Most breweries in Snohomish County operate in spaces that formerly housed something far different — from boat builders to banks.
Before Kipp and Bradly Strong opened their new brewery in Monroe, they…
In honor of the nearby waterfront, The Boathouse has a decidedly nautical feel — and it’s more of a taproom and brewhouse than its sibling brewpub up the street.
Watts Brewing takes home a hold and silver medal and was named Very Small Brewery of the Year at the Washington Beer Awards.
After 10 years with the Arlington brewery, Hollis Wood will work for Ever Grain Brewing in Pennsylvania.
Penn Cove Brewing Co. has expanded its operations to a scenic spot on Whidbey Island with views of Holmes Harbor and the Olympic Mountains.
If you can’t make it to Yakima for the Fresh Hop Ale Festival, then go to these four local breweries.
Enjoy 25 breweries and cideries at the Upper Left Beerfest and 16 food trucks at the Everett Food Truck Festival.
The wide, paved path is suitable for all ages and abilities. On the way, there are plenty of places to stop for a rest and lunch.
A 25th anniversary party is scheduled for July 30-31 and new beers will be released each Friday in July.
Snohomish County recorded record temps over the weekend. Here’s how to prep for when the mercury spikes.
The new Second Street Community Pavilion is just one way the Marysville brewery continues to expand.
Brothers Marc and Mitch Aparicio opened a new Freeland taproom at The Barn over Memorial Day weekend.
Head brewer and co-owner John Flemming hopes to make barrel-aged ciders a cornerstone of his business.
The Herald’s beer aficionado enjoyed a beer crawl from Everett’s At Large Brewing to 5 Rights in Marysville.
The Tulalip casino offers casual and full-service dining, a live entertainment lounge and three full-service bars.
The pandemic led brewers to invest in canning machines, offer curbside pickup and add outdoor seating.
Each brewery takes the same base IPA recipe and then dry hops the beer with a different hop. Try them all.
The new location will allow the Edmonds brewery to create wider variety of beers at 1.5 times its current capacity.
Solar power can make a lot of sense even in the cloudy Northwest, but you have to do your homework. Here’s how to get started.