Sour Beer celebration at Elliott Bay’s Brother Barrel

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This Friday and Saturday, Elliott Bay Brewing invites you to Brother Barrel for a special event featuring 15 different sour beers. Many of the beers are of Elliott Bay Brewing’s own creation, but the tap list also includes some impressive guest beers. Sour Beer & Brothers Old Fashioneds Pop-Up is part of the larger Seattle Beer Week celebration happening across the city.

Brother Barrel is Elliott Bay Brewing’s barrel-aged beer emporium. Located right next to the Elliott Bay Public House and Brewery on Lake City Way, Brother Barrel offers sophisticated cocktails alongside its barrel-aged creations, whether they be sour beers or big, burly, dark beers. Along with that, a menu of small plates, burgers, and seafood. Brother Barrel welcomes all ages at this event but otherwise is a 21+ establishment.

For this weekend’s Sour Beer & Brothers Old Fashioneds Pop-Up, Brother Barrel will serve 15 different sour beers, not to mention its crowd-favorite Old Fashioned cocktails. On Saturday, local band Spell Check provides live music from 6:00 – 8:00.  

The beer lineup includes the following Elliott Bay creations:


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  • Apricot Gold
  • Big Pun
  • Blackberry Gold
  • Bramble On
  • De Rode Duivels
  • Sour Bourbon Cherry Stout
  • Sour Gold
  • Spontaneous: Cabernet
  • Spontaneous: Montmorency
  • Spontaneous: Syrah

The list of guest taps includes:

  • Deschutes, Dissident
  • Duchesse, Chocolate Cherry
  • Matchless, Blueberry
  • Rare Barrel, Sour Tooth Tiger
  • The Bruery, the Wanderer

Sour Beer & Brothers Old Fashioneds Pop-Up
Brother Barrel
12535 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, WA 98125
Map
Friday, May 20, 5:00 – 8:00
Saturday, May 21, 2:00 – 8:00


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