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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
Next year Northwest winemakers will be bottling their non-red varieties, including these six.
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
More than 50 wineries dot the state from the top of the panhandle to the Nevada border.
Here are some drink recipes courtesy of local distillers (and the author) to enjoy on a cold night.
Made in 2013, the dark strong ale was stowed away in barrels. The brewery tests one each year.
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.
Beer lovers’ friendship leads to a big, juicy New England-style IPA.
Each costs $15 or less, and most if not all can be purchased at supermarkets.
Beer, wine, spirits: Snohomish County booze calendar
This Snohomish brewery’s porter sweetened with peanut butter extract has become a customer favorite.
Whitewall at Brown Lantern: Anacortes’ The Brown Lantern is hosting Marysville’s Whitewall Brewing for a tasting from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 8 at the… Continue reading
With over 15,000 tons harvested in 2015, pinot gris is even more dominant in the neighboring state.
The seventh annual beer festival and fundraiser for the Snohomish Senior Center has moved to a farm.
Langley’s Double Bluff is celebrating its second anniversary and October’s end with German-style beer.
Crux Brewing tasting: Monroe’s Harry’s on Tye is hosting Bend’s Crux Brewing for a brewers night from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27 at the… Continue reading
There’s concerts, costume contests and “trick or drink” fun at breweries and bottleshops this weekend.
It’s the Evergreen State’s third-most popular red grape, after cabernet sauvignon and merlot.