Tacoma Field Trip: The Red Hot & Engine House #9 Celebrate the Winter Solstice With Special Events

December 16th, 2014 · No Comments · Events

An excuse to head down south on I-5 to Tacoma to visit some of their worthy beer destinations is never a bad thing. This upcoming Sunday, December 21, The Red Hot and Engine House #9 will be both be hosting special events in honor of the winter solstice.

The Red Hot will be hosting their 3rd annual Darkest Day, featuring a list of dark, strong beers that are perfect for the darkest day of the year. Engine House #9 will be holding an event for the release of their 2014 Snow Cru, but they will also have an array of barrel-aged Belgian-style beers and sour/Brett beers pouring. You can see the full lists for each event below, which are subject to change.

If you aren’t aware, The Red Hot and Engine House #9 are just a short block away from each other. They make for a nice mini-bar crawl. I also happen to know there are a few rentals on Airbnb in the area….I’d suggest making a night of it so you don’t have to worry about getting back up to Seattle.

The Red Hot Darkest Day
2011 Deschutes Abyss
2012 Deschutes Abyss
2014 Deschutes Abyss
Deschutes Black Butte XXIV
Deschutes Black Butte XXV
Deschutes Black Butte XXVI
Evil Twin Imp Biscotti On Cherries
Fremont Kentucky Dark Star
Fremont Coffee Dark Star
Fremont Spiced Dark Star
Midnight Sun Berserker
Midnight Sun Son of Berserker
Midnight Sun Bar Fly Smoked Imperial Stout
Naked City Big Leberwski
Two Beers Sour Barrel Aged Jive Espresso Stout
Walking Man Jaywalker Imperial Stout

All beers will be 5.5oz pours only, ordered by number, and when they’re gone, they’re gone. This date falls on a Sunday this year, which means we will be open for breakfast (and Darkest Day) at 9am.

Engine House Snow Cru Release
Featuring barrel-aged Belgian-style beers and sour/Brett beers
Snow Cru 2014
Life Of Piker
2013 Holy Diver
Barrel Aged Tripel
Rhubarb Wild
Viva La France
Vieux Monde Saison
Peabody Ale
Raspberry Farmhouse
Diablo Rouge
Peach Raspberry Tacoma Weisse
Plus a few fun guest beers


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