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Jason Castro loves to explain the history behind the drinks at Fred’s Rivertown Alehouse in Snohomish.
Dog Days of Skookum: Celebrate your four-legged friend at Skookum’s Dog Days…
The latest on Snohomish County’s breweries, wineries and distilleries.
Seven good-quality wines in a can from some of the region’s biggest wineries.
Beardslee hosts home brewing competition: Bothell’s Beardslee Public House is asking local homebrewers to enter a competition to have their creation brewed and released by… Continue reading
Success with syrah has inspired winemakers and grape growers to seek out other Rhone varieties.
The Everett Mall Way cidery blends cherries, blood oranges, pineapple and plums into its hard cider.
James Bay Distillery, now open at Paine Field, needed Her Majesty’s permission to sell Scotch.
With a winemaker from New Zealand on board, it’s has been winning boatloads of awards.
Known as “King Cab” to winemakers, it’s the state’s most planted, expensive and famous variety.
A Marysville brewer crafts a special beer, with proceeds going to help a girl who’s fighting a brain tumor.
Bothell’s Foggy Noggin Brewing makes a beer that aims to be as consistent as the Mariner legend.
Here are four ways to score bargains on quality wine, plus four wines worth seeking out.
Save-A-Mutt Fundraiser at Toggle’s: Everett’s Toggle’s Bottleshop is hosting a fundraiser for Save-A-Mutt from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. July 13 at the taproom, 1420 Hewitt… Continue reading
The white grape is playing a larger role in recent vintages, pushing production to No. 2 in the state.
Hellbent Brewing tasting: Monroe’s Route 2 Taproom and Grazing Place is hosting Seattle’s Hellbent Brewing for a tasting at 6:30 p.m. July 9 at the… Continue reading
Once the state’s most-planted wine grape, merlot is now No. 4 behind cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and riesling.
Whether it’s a hike, a bike ride or a kayak paddle, there’s nothing better than a cold brew afterward.