This Friday: Hot Glass, Cold Beer – A Different Sort of Beer Event

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A special event this Friday at Foggy Noggin Brewing invites you to enjoy two of life’s fine pleasures: cold beer and hot glass. LaConner’s Pier Seven Glasswerks is headed south to Bothell this Friday, April 25 to blow some glass while you drink some beer. Listen to some tunes, sip on a brew, and watch the magic happen. All participants will leave with their own custom-blow beer glass.

A limited number of spots are still available, but you must act now. Tickets for this event must be purchased in advance by calling 360-630-5921. The event starts at 5:00. Tickets are $60

Sixgill Celebrates its First Anniversary Tonight

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Happy anniversary to our friends in Fremont. It was one year ago today that The Sixgill opened in its doors and began serving up delicious beers alongside equally delicious food. To mark the occasion, The Sixgill has something special planned tonight (Thurs. April 24). “We’ll be tapping a bunch of cool beers,” said Ellen Kelly,…

Seattle Beer Week Pick: Beveridge Place Pub Events

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See all our posts about Seattle Beer Week 2014. Where better to celebrate Seattle Beer Week than at one of Seattle’s greatest beer bars? The crew at the Beveridge Place Pub has been gearing up for Seattle Beer Week for months. One thing I particularly love about their approach, the Beveridge Place Pub tends to…

Poker & Pints at 5 South Seattle Breweries this Sunday

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This Sunday afternoon, April 27, in South Seattle, five breweries have teamed up to put together a new kind of beer event: South Seattle Poker & Pints. It’s a simple concept. Basically, it’s what bikers call a “poker run.” You visit five places, picking up a playing card at each. When you’re done, the five…

Washington Brewers Festival 2014 – The Big Daddy Brewfest Gets Even Bigger

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The big daddy just got bigger. The three-day Washington Brewers Festival is the state’s largest beer event of the year, with dozens of breweries serving hundreds of beers to thousands of festivalgoers. This year, the annual Fathers Day brewfest is getting even bigger. In all, 88 of Washington’s breweries will pour more than 300 different…

Chef John Howie Introduces Upcoming Brew Masters Dinners

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Not long ago we shared the announcement that Chef John Howie is opening a brewpub later this year in Bothell (read it). Today we are announcing an upcoming series of beer dinners at Howie’s SPORT Restaurant & Bar in Seattle. The first Brew Master Dinner takes place on Tuesday, May 6th at 6:00 p.m. and…

Enjoy Ciders from the Northwest’s Best at the PNWCA Cider Festival

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On June 5, 2014, the first-ever Pacific Northwest Cider Awards (PNWCA) welcomes product from 27 Northwest cideries to Seattle for the first event of its kind: a judged competition and public festival focused exclusively on the ciders of the Pacific Northwest. In all, more than 100 ciders will be divided into 10 distinct categories and…

Beer Touring Astoria, Oregon and Beyond

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Most beer travelers around the Northwest fail to think of Astoria, Oregon as a worthwhile destination when planning their beer adventures. People imagine Fort George Brewing to be alone in the wilderness, but that is no longer the case. In fact, Astoria’s best-recognized brewery is not the city’s original brewery (Astoria Brewing holds that title)…

Meet Wild Earth Brewing – Another New Washington Brewery

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Located about an hour east of Seattle, the tiny town of Roslyn, Washington is now home to a pair of breweries: Rosyln Brewing Company, which has been around for years, and Wild Earth Brewing, which opened just a few weeks ago. The new brewery is the brainchild of David Kilgour, the owner/brewer at Wild Earth…

Seattle Beer Week Pick: Black Raven Brewing Beer Supper

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See all our posts about Seattle Beer Week 2014. Below, Seattle Beer Week event information.* If there is anything to complain about when it comes to Seattle Beer Week, it is that there is too much to do. And that leads to another inevitability: it gets expensive bopping around to all those beautiful beer events….