Entries from August 31st, 2016

Fresh Hop Season is Here – Seattle Event Listing

August 31st, 2016 · 2 Comments · General Beer News

My favorite time of the year is here. It will be about another month until fresh hop beers are here in full force, but they are starting to show up in limited numbers now. The unofficial kickoff of fresh hop season around here in recent years has been the release of Two Beers Brewing Fresh Hop IPA. This year, they […]

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Lagunitas Brewing Set to Take Over Hilliard’s Space in Ballard

August 25th, 2016 · 5 Comments · California Beer, General Beer News, Washington Breweries

Welcome to Seattle, Lagunitas. When Hilliard’s Beer was recently purchased by Odin Brewing Company, the old Hilliard’s brewery and tasting room space in Ballard was put up for sale. Odin took some of the fermenters and the canning line, but they were selling the Ballard space as a turnkey operation with most of the brewing […]

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Populuxe Brewing to Expand Brewery & Taproom in Ballard

August 18th, 2016 · No Comments · Washington Breweries

Good news from Populxe Brewing in Ballard. They are moving into a larger space, right next door to the brewery’s current location, which will allow for more of everything: more beer, a larger taproom and expanded days and hours. Congrats to the crew at Populuxe! Press Release: August 17, 2016. Seattle, WA.  Populuxe Brewing officially […]

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The Brewmaster’s Taproom & Bakery to Offer Unique Concept in Renton

August 3rd, 2016 · 1 Comment · Press Release, Washington Breweries

Have you ever wondered what happens to all the spent grain produced during the brewing process at the multitudes of local breweries around the Seattle area? There are many answers to that question, but The Brewmaster’s Taproom and its sister company, The Brewmaster’s Bakery, will soon offer a unique way to bring the “circle of life” concept […]

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Seattle’s Largest Cider Tasting Festival Returns to South Lake Union for 7th Annual Event on September 9 & 10

August 1st, 2016 · No Comments · Cider

I really enjoy cider. The only problem is that I really, really enjoy beer. And wine. There is only so much room for imbibing in a given week, and I rarely find myself drinking cider. That’s why I love Cider Summit. This annual festival features 150+ ciders from some of the best producers in the country […]

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