First up, let’s run down the history of Seattle’s Old Stove Brewing:
- The original location opened on First Avenue near Pike Place Market about seven years ago.
- A few years later, Old Stove Brewing moved to the Market Annex overlooking Elliott Bay and closed the spot on First Ave.
- One year ago, Old Stove Brewing opened its second location across town in the Maritime District along the Ship Canal. (600 West Nickerson, Seattle.)
This week, the company celebrates the one-year anniversary of the Ship Canal location. Join Old Stove Brewing for five days of trivia, music, putt-putt disc golf, and food. The fun kicks off on Wednesday, February 22nd.
Of course, Old Stove Brewing created a special beer to commemorate the occasion. It’ll be on tap. Cans of the 1st Anniversary IPA are only available for purchase at Ship Canal. They’ve only canned 10 cases, so do not delay!
The schedule of events also includes a Dip Off, which is described like this: “With the rise of local chili and soup competitions, we wanted to put our own spin on things. Up to a dozen contestants will prepare and serve their tastiest side dish that you dip! Whether bean-based or cheesy taste, any dip is possible. Hot or cold, sweet or savory. Free to the public to attend and vote! Public voting will start at 7pm and conclude at 8pm. Every beer you purchase gets you one voting token to award to your favorite entry. Trophies, awards, and prizes will be handed out around 8:15.”
See the poster below for the schedule of events.
For more beer-related events around Washington, check out the Washington Beer Blog’s events page.