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.
The Hanson family has weathered the COVID storm and has at last opened their taproom in Clinton.
At Pints and Pups, a beer bar and indoor dog park, pooches run free while their humans enjoy pints of craft beer.
Snohomish County businesses are embracing the non-alcoholic beverage market with exciting options.
Since opening last year, Meatheads Smokehouse and Beer Works has won plaudits for its brews and slow-roasted meats alike.
Max Neumann, Dave Kolbe and Savannah Diemer now run the day-to-day operation of the Skookum brewhouse in Arlington.
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 tested the concept out on some friends. They built a small out-building on… Continue reading
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.