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Growers Mike Sauer and Dick Boushey and winemaker Rob Griffin shared their recollections of the eruption.
The president of Mercer Estates Winery has been recognized by the Auction of Washington Wines.
More than 1,400 cases of wine and 268 cases of sparkling grape juice have been donated to health-care workers.
The shelter-in-place concept is embraced by wine lovers because of its abbreviation — S.I.P.
Spada Farmhouse Brewery aims for more customers at the new location, where it will add food service.
Since you can’t go to the bar right now, this new specialty beer store will bring the bar to you.
Lynnwood’s Temple Distilling is now making the alcohol-based cleaner — but you can still order spirits.
The Aberdeen winery used riesling to produce the cleaner for law enforcement and first responders.
The Roseburg winery is a Northwest pioneer, especially with Spanish varieties tempranillo and albarino.
As coronavirus closes breweries, distilleries and cideries, curbside pickup options are available.
Syrah, which originated in the Rhone Valley of France, helps produce some of the most approachable wines.
Now that Gov. Jay Inslee ordered they close their doors, they’re offering beer to go in growlers.
Corey Haugen, former owner of Grizzly Ciderworks, which closed shop in 2017, has a new cidery business.
National Beer Can Day at At Large: Everett’s At Large Brewing will be releasing four new beers in cans for National Beer Can Day on… Continue reading
Scuttlebutt’s Bali Ha’i, a pomegranate and hibiscus fruit beer, is included in your weekend six-pack.
Look for Barnard Griffin’s rose, a perennial favorite of wine judges, to arrive around Valentine’s Day.
The latest on Snohomish County’s breweries, wineries and distilleries.
Foggy Noggin’ barleywine vertical: Bothell’s Foggy Noggin Brewing is hosting its fourth vertical tasting of its Duck’s Ass English barleywine at 6 p.m. Jan. 17… Continue reading
The brewery’s owners bought the neighboring Sound to Summit 18 months ago, and have decided to focus on it.
The small brewery on 88th Street has a David vs. Goliath story involving beer tokens at festivals.