Entries Tagged as 'Chuckanut'

Changes at Chuckanut: Lead Brewer Kevin Davey Headed to Firestone Walker

January 31st, 2012 · No Comments · General Beer News, Washington Breweries

Congratulations are in order for both Kevin Davey and Bryan Cardwell. Kevin has served as Chuckanut Brewery’s Lead Brewer underneath the guidance of Brewmaster Will Kemper since joining the team in November 2009. He’ll soon be moving on to a position with Firestone Walker in California. Taking his place at Chuckanut is Bryan Cardwell, who […]

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WA Breweries at GABF: Big Time Brewery, American Brewing, & Chuckanut Brewing

September 2nd, 2011 · No Comments · Events, Washington Breweries

On September 29, the 30th annual Great American Beer Festival will kick off in Denver, CO. Around 49,000 attendees are expected (it sold out in a week) and 465 breweries will be on hand to pour more than 2,400 beers. If you haven’t been, the festival is a must at some point in your life […]

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Chuckanut at Brouwer’s Tonight, Plus Porterpalooza at Collins Pub and Other Weekend Events

October 15th, 2009 · 3 Comments · Beer & Food, Beer Releases, Events, Washington Breweries

I’ve been neglecting the calendar a bit lately, but I was getting a few events up and wanted to call them out. Tonight at Brouwer’s, Will Kemper and the Chuckanut team will be on-hand around 6pm or 7pm to discuss their award-winning lagers. Stop on by to grab a pint and congratulate them on the big […]

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5 Questions From a Lazy Beer Writer With Will Kemper of Chuckanut Brewery

September 30th, 2009 · 5 Comments · General Beer News, Washington Breweries

  Chuckanut Brewery was just awarded the Small Brewpub of the Year Award and Brewmaster Will Kemper (shown on the right side of the photo above, next to Head Brewer Josh Pfriem) was awarded the Small Brewpub Brewer of the Year Award at the GABF in Denver. They scored Gold medals for their Dunkel and Vienna […]

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Elysian Dragonstooth Stout Ice Cream, Fremont Universale Pale Ale, and the Chuckanut Bus Tour

July 17th, 2009 · 3 Comments · Beer & Food, Events, Washington Breweries

If you aren’t aware, there is an ice cream craze going on in Seattle. No less than 3 new local ice cream shops have opened up within a 3-block radius of each other in Capitol Hill this year, and the newest on the scene is Bluebird Homemade Ice Cream & Tea Room. What does this have […]

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Memorial Day Wrap Up

May 26th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Beer Travels, Washington Breweries

Hope you all had a great Memorial Day weekend. Jeanne & I took a trip up to Whistler, BC for the long weekend to celebrate her birthday (which is tomorrow!), and I can’t say enough about how much we enjoyed Whistler and its 70-degree weather. We didn’t go skiing (you definitely still could), but we […]

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Ski to Sea Weekend at Boundary Bay & Chuckanut in Bellingham Coming Up for Memorial Day

May 18th, 2009 · No Comments · Beer Travels, Events, Washington Breweries

For you hardcore athletes out there (yeah, I’m sure there are TONS reading my beer blog), Ski to Sea up in Bellingham/Mt. Baker is your chance to kick some ass in a marathon that goes from the top of Mt. Baker all the way to Bellingham Bay. This is a team relay competition that involves […]

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Get Out of Town This Weekend – More Barleywine & April Brews Day

April 23rd, 2009 · No Comments · Beer Travels, Events, Washington Breweries

There are two great events going on this weekend outside of Seattle that should give you a good reason to take a mini-roadtrip. Parkway Tavern Barleywine Festival in Tacoma – If you didn’t get enough barleywine in March here in Seattle, you’re in luck. The Parkway is one of Tacoma’s beer bright spots, and this […]

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Quick Trip Up North – Chuckanut Brewery, Boundary Bay Brewery and North Fork Brewery

February 23rd, 2009 · 3 Comments · Beer Travels, Uncategorized, Washington Breweries

One of my old friends came into town this past weekend, and I headed up to her parent’s house on Mt. Baker Highway up north. As always, I took this travelling opportunity to stop by a few breweries. I didn’t have much time, so they were all pretty quick visits. My first stop was the […]

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