Jun 16, 2012
Every year there are new surprises at the Washington Beer Commission Brewer’s Festival. This year is no different with new breweries, new food vendors, new activities and of course new Washington beers!
The big news is the move of the Washington Brewers’ Festival to Marymoor Park in Redmond. St Edwards Park was a well loved location for previous brewfests, except for the limited parking and no...
Jun 14, 2012
Are you looking for some great Washington wines for your summer sipping? The tenth annual Rosé Revival was a showcase of Washington wines, featuring both rosé wines and white wines. Twelve judges tasted 60 different wines from 30 different Washington wineries at this annual celebration of rosé wines at Ray’s Boathouse.
It wasn’t easy to narrow down the best Washington rosé and white wines...
Jun 13, 2012
It seems too often that the Washington brewer community gathers to mourn someone who left us too soon. On June 14, friends and family will gather to remember Nap Cantwell on what would have been his 19th birthday.
Nap Cantwell just graduated from high school last year and was working in the family business, Elysian Brewing. Nap was on his way to work, where he was running the new 60 head bottle...
Jun 12, 2012
The 2012 Washington Brewers’ Festival is June 15-17, 2011, traditionally held on Fathers’ Day weekend, this is THE big daddy of brew fests. Spanning over three days this summer beer festival, boasts over 200 beers from over 64 breweries. From Winthrop, Pullman, Oak Harbor to Olympia, Washington breweries are converging at Marymoor Park to pour a vast selection of beers from the classic to...
Jun 11, 2012
Tie one on, a blue ribbon that is, at the Pints for Prostates event at Pike Brewing June 14, 2012.
They may know their IPA but do they know their PSA?
“Tie One On” is not about drinking to get drunk. It’s about the blue ribbon, and we aren’t talking about Pabst Blue Ribbon :-P Timed close to Father’s Day, Pike’s Pints For Prostates event is a great way to celebrate...