Sunday, February 25, 2024
The Snohomish brewery brings new brews, old friends and lots of fun to mark the opening of its new downtown location.
Freshies Friends features 11 breweries, plus a special collaboration brewed with hops grown in Marysville and Arlington.
Taste some of what local cideries have to offer and find a new favorite — plus, sample dozens more at Cider Summit Seattle.
The Muse Whiskey Coffee, housed in the historic Weyerhaeuser Building, blends casual opulence with a taste of the high life.
Matt and Dena Pereira started out making brews in their garage. Four stitches in a finger later, their new taproom caters to Dawgs and dogs alike.
After more than a decade in downtown Snohomish, the brewery has opened a waterfront taproom and kitchen in Everett.
Plus, a Snohomish cidery wins big in national awards, new taprooms come to Mill Creek and Lake Stevens, and more.
Skip Rock Distillers now serving cocktails that show off the spirits it’s been making since 2011.
Like record album covers back in the 1970s, Alyson Osborn’s designs help brewers build their brands and sell more beer.
From books to bourbon, ideas for the lovers of beer and spirits in your life.
Everett mixologist Nigel Lindsey works to hold cocktails to a higher standard.
Check out this year’s Washington Beer Awards winners from Snohomish County.
The owners of Greenbank Cidery have opened a tasting room in Coupeville. Eight varieties of cider are on tap.
Our resident craft beer expert rounded up a list of fresh hop beers hitting the taps soon.
Peace of Mind Brewing is filling a craft beer void in south Snohomish County.
Beer lovers asked for elevated versions of the brews their dads drank, and Snohomish County beermakers answered
Learn all about (and drink plenty of) sour ales this week during the Marysville craft brewer’s Funkville Sour Festival
Nick Hegge and his Wild Oak Project brews barrel-aged beers in a 500-square-foot garage.
Here’s the scoop on beer-related events in Everett, Marysville, Bothell and Snohomish.
After a two-year hiatus, the festival returns this weekend, with several Snohomish County breweries participating.