The seventh annual Seattle Beer Week starts Thursday and runs through May 17 at locations around the Puget Sound, including a number of spots in Snohomish County.
Brewed by Bremerton’s Silver City Brewing, Sieben Brau (7th Brew) is the offical beer of Seattle Beer Week. A crisp and bright lager, it’s a merger of traditional German ingredients and Northwest hopping process.
In conjunction with Seattle Beer Week, some local brewers are getting together for a tap takeover at Whitewall Brewing in Marysville. Brewers from In The Shadow Brewing, At Large Brewing and Sno Town Brewing will bring their beers to Whitewall at 4 p.m. on May 7 and 8.
ITS is bringing its IPA and Honey Basil Lemon Blonde Ale. At Large is bringing its IPA and possibly its Bonnie session IPA.
Here’s a look at other the local Seattle Beer Week events:
PCC Edmonds hosts Everybody’s Brewing head brewer Doug Ellenberger for a beer tasting. Starts at 4 p.m.
Stogies N Hops will host 12 special barrel-aged beers on tap from various breweries, including Port Brewing’s Older Viscosity, Humboldt’s Black Xanthus, Firestone Walker’s Parabola, Fremont’s B-Bomb and Kentucky Dark Star.
Everett’s Lazy Boy Brewing hosts its 9th Anniversary Celebration with beer, food and live music. New beers include a collaboration with Flyers Brewery, a Belgian imperial stout, dry hopped with orange peel and rose hips, Anniversary IPA No. 1 and Anniversary Imperial IPA No. 2. Starts at 2 p.m.
Stogies N Hops, in Lynnwood, hosts My Father’s Smokin’ Barrel event with Don Hanes, of My Father’s Cigars. Drink barrel-aged beer, smoke cigars and eat BBQ. Starts at 1 p.m.
Bothell’s Foggy Noggin Brewing hosts a vertical tasting of the odd numbered batches of its House Ale, which was fermented in Hungarian oak barrels made from wood from the Zemplen forest. Tickets are $30.
Lynnwood’s Whole Foods Market hosts a beer tasting with American Brewing and Scuttlebutt Brewing. There will be seafood, meat and cheese pairings. Starts at 5 p.m.
Edmonds’ American Brewing will be offering its one-of-a-kind pilot batch of beer. Taylor Shellfish Farms will host an oyster bar in the beer garden. Starts at 5 p.m.
Bothell’s Foggy Noggin Brewing hosts a vertical tasting of the even numbered batches of its House Ale, which was fermented in Hungarian oak barrels made from wood from the Zemplen forest. Tickets are $30.
Bothell’s Foggy Noggin Brewing will tap its 1,000th brew, Batch 1,000, a Russian Imperial Stout made with rye malt, oats and Dominican Republic cocoa nibs.