Seattle Beer Week: Monday, May 23 Highlights & Planning

May 23rd, 2011 · 1 Comment · Events

With so many great events there is no way I can highlight them all. But, I’ll be posting every day during Seattle Beer Week and picking out two or three exciting events for the current day, as well as a couple for the following day.

Full Event List for Monday, May 23

Picks for Monday, May 23

Tomme Arthur at Hopvine – Port Brewing/Lost Abbey has been pushing the envelope on beer styles and has helped turn San Diego County into one of the hottest beer spots in the country. Lucky for us, the Seattle market is one of the few across the country to get their beers. Head Brewer and mastermind Tomme Arthur will be on hand from 5pm to 7pm tonight, and I would expect they’ll have a few special beers pouring as well.

Dogfish Head Night at Roanoke Inn – If you don’t make it over to this Mercer Island institution very often, here is a great excuse. They will be pouring some Dogfish Head gems on draft and in bottles, including:
Draft: Black & Blue, Namaste, 90 Minute, Chicory Stout, Burton Baton, Pangea, Jiahu
Bottle: Bitches Brew

A Look Ahead: Tuesday, May 24

Chuckanut Beer Dinner at Collins Pub – I’ve been to some pretty epic beer dinners at Collins Pub over the years, and for SBW Chuckanut Brewing will join them for a beer dinner featuring all lagers. The 4 course dinner will include Helles, Pilsner, Vienna Lager, and Dunkel Lager. Again they may try to get in the Marzen if it’s available. Will and Mari Kemper will both be on hand to talk about the beers as they are served. Please call 206-623-1016 for more info.

Jolly Roger Vertical Tasting at Maritime – One of Seattle’s favorite winter beers breaks out of the cellar. Sample four different vintages of Jolly Roger: 1997, 2004, 2009, and 2010.


One Comment so far ↓

  • Josh

    Thank you for putting these together! The event listing on the Seattle Beer Week site is really hard to get through and there’s no real indication of whether it’s a special event or just cheap beer.

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