Entries Tagged as 'Elliott Bay'

Elliott Bay Celebrates 16th Anniversary Tonight With A Special Collaboration Beer

July 12th, 2013 · No Comments · Events, Washington Breweries

Cheers to Elliott Bay Brewing on 16 years at their West Seattle location! To mark the occasion, they invited a guest brewer to help collaborate on a beer to celebrate. Kim Brusco, currently of Pyramid Brewing, paired up with Elliott Bay brewer Dan Ashley for a style they are calling Extra Bold Bitter (“EBB”….get it?). […]

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Urban Beer Hike: Northeast Seattle Part 2

May 4th, 2012 · 2 Comments · Beer Travels

If you missed it, make sure to check out the first part of our Northeast Seattle Urban Hike. In the first part, we visited Hudson Public House, Cooper’s Alehouse, and The Reservoir. You can check out photos on Flickr. Not too far up the street from The Reservoir is the Roosevelt Ale House, our next […]

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Urban Beer Hike: Northeast Seattle Part 1

May 3rd, 2012 · No Comments · Beer Travels

When it comes to discussing Seattle neighborhoods that boast a lot of options for drinking great beer, you typically hear people mention areas like Ballard, Fremont, West Seattle or Capitol Hill. You likely won’t get many people pronouncing that Lake City, Ravenna, Maple Leaf or Pinehurst are the craft beer center of Seattle. But, this is just another […]

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Ode to Darkness Imperial Stout Tasting at Elliott Bay

January 17th, 2012 · 3 Comments · Events, Washington Breweries

I love me some stouts. Here is an opportunity to taste three imperial stouts from Elliott Bay Brewing on Wednesday, January 25, including a bourbon barrel-aged version of their 2010 stout. This tasting will be at their West Seattle brewery. More info from Elliott Bay: The days may finally be getting longer, but it is […]

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WA Breweries at GABF: Silver City, Elliott Bay, & Flyers

September 6th, 2011 · No Comments · 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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Extreme Beer Pairing Features Peanut Butter Stout, Other Rarities and Small Bites From Tom Douglas

September 9th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Beer & Food, Washington Breweries

If you are intrigued by the sound of a “Peanut Butter Stout” and food pairings that include Ox Tongue Street Tacos and Pickled Pigs Ears, then you won’t want to miss this Extreme Beer Pairing and Mustache Contest at Tom Douglas’ Palace Ballroom on Thursday, September 16, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. There will be ten […]

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Belgianfest Beer Dinner at the Corson Building

January 26th, 2010 · 11 Comments · Beer & Food, Washington Breweries

When I heard that there would be a beer dinner at the Corson Building featuring all Belgian-style beers made by Washington breweries to go along with Belgianfest, I didn’t hesitate. I think I might have pulled a hammy running for the phone so that I could call to be one of the lucky 36 to […]

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Hometown Beer Crawl – West Seattle

January 13th, 2010 · 12 Comments · Beer Travels, Washington Breweries

So much beer, so little time. Seattle’s neighborhood system is set up perfectly for concentrated pub crawls, and I’m trying to explore as much as I can. The first “Hometown Beer Crawl” took place a couple of months ago in Capitol Hill. This time around, we headed to what my friends refer to as “The Island”: […]

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Catching Up

October 5th, 2009 · No Comments · Notes

There was quite a bit going on this past weekend (Tacoma Craft Beer Fest, fresh hop festivals, Beer Can Derby, etc…), but I opted to take a timeout and recoup from what was a very fun, but long and busy summer. After multiple trips, people in town visiting, and a string of consecutive busy weekends, […]

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