74th Street Ale House Celebrates 20 Years Tomorrow Night

April 3rd, 2011 · 1 Comment · Events, Washington Breweries

74th Street Ale House is one of the originals. They’ve been a part of Seattle’s beer culture since opening in 1991, and tomorrow night they’ll celebrate their 20-year anniversary and reminisce. Join them for beer and food specials all day long. Here are some details from owner Jeff Eagan:

We have special 20th anniversary beers we will pour tomorrow only, all day and night till they are gone.

We open at 11am for lunch and will start pouring:  Maritime Pacific’s  20th anniversary XX Dry Hopped Islander Pale Ale……then from Georgetown Brewery something new and never poured before called:  “Lisa” Nitro Chocolate Stout…….then from the Snoqualmie Brewery a special recipe, 20th  anniversary I.P.A. ………and then from Boundary Bay, we will set on the bar a ‘Cask’ of their E.S.B.

We are also serving (along with our full menu) three of our original, 1991 opening day food menu specials for both lunch and dinner.

Then at 6 pm the party really begins.  We will set two more ‘Cask’ beers on the bar:  Hale’s ‘Cask’ “Pallet Jack” Double I.P.A. never poured anywhere before and brewed specially for us by our good friend and head brewer Lincoln.   And a Firkin keg of Maritime Pacific’s ‘Cask’ Salmon Bay Bitter.  The head brewer from Maritime will pop the bung on that one at about 6pm.

We are also running a raffle all through the night for all sorts of beer swag…glassware, tee shirts, hoodies, hats, etc and handing out 20th Anniversary logo commemorative keychain bottle openers. (while supplies last)

Fun will be had by all!


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