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As elsewhere, this year we in Snohomish County were crazy for hazy IPAs.
Jack Daniels VR tour and tasting: Snohomish’s Fred’s Rivertown Alehouse is hosting a Jack Daniels virtual reality tour and tasting at 7 p.m. Jan. 4… Continue reading
Snohomish County bottleshop owners tell us about their favorite yuletide brews.
A guided hike through a mossy old-growth forest more than makes up for a lack of raptor sightings.
Aesir Meadery of Everett and Whiskey Ridge Brewing of Arlington collaborated to make two braggots.
Ugly Sweater Party and Canned Food Drive at Whitewall: Marysville’s Whitewall Brewing is hosting an ugly sweater party and canned food drive from 4 to… Continue reading
The latest on Snohomish County’s breweries, wineries and distilleries.
Whether it’s wine country, backcountry or the seashore, a relaxing retreat is close at hand.
After an unexpected hardship, owner Nate McLaughlin won’t be moving his brewery to downtown Everett.
The brewery’s new beer with a vulgar name is a tropical IPA that riffs off its Outlook Hazy recipe.
Evening of Seattle Brewing: Pike Place Market is hosting the American Brewing History Initiative for an evening of discussion on the history of Seattle Brewing… Continue reading
Here are five watering holes on the island that are worth the trip for a craft brew.
Made with cinnamon sticks, ginger root and vanilla bean, this beer tastes like gingerbread cookies.
Washington Winter Beer Festival: The 13th annual Winter Beer Festival is Dec. 1 and 2 at Magnuson Park, 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle. This… Continue reading
Here are some drink recipes courtesy of local distillers (and the author) to enjoy on a cold night.
Church Street Chocolate in Lynnwood makes its bars out of some of the rarest chocolate in the world.
Made in 2013, the dark strong ale was stowed away in barrels. The brewery tests one each year.
EVENTS Rock the Boat 2: Everett Music Initiative and Scuttlebutt Brewing are collaborating on Rock the Boat 2, a music and beer festival, from 2… Continue reading
The beer has a depth and a complex flavor profile that goes beyond just another barrel-aged stout.
Toggle in downtown Everett is named for the owners’ now-deceased shiba inu dog.