Oct 28, 2013
Naked City Brewery hosted the October WABL event, Seahawks Monday night football in their screening room October 28, 2013. it was a celebration of great Washington beer and well, I will let you describe the football game in your own words.
Naked City’s Oude Houten Houten Kop is a brooding strong Golden Belgian ale. In appearance, this Golden Belgian Ale is anything but golden. It is as opaque and...
Oct 26, 2013
Celebrate the complex beauty of Cabernet at the 5th Annual Cabernet Classic on Saturday, November 2nd, 2013.
This year, Seattle Uncorked has pulled out all the stops for an exquisite evening celebrating Washington Cabernet. For the 5th time around Cabernet Classic has added a special VIP reception for the Cabernet connoisseur or any one that wants to learn more about Cabernet. The VIP Cabernet Reception...
Oct 25, 2013
The Wine Beer Washington Blog is back on the job. During the last six months, I have been dealing with illness that prevented me from being able to consume Washington beer and wine of any kind. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to travel to at least bring the news. Other contributors have been enjoying the great beverages from Washington, spending time drinking the beers, ciders, spirits and wines...
Jun 15, 2013
Highlights from the first day at the Washington Brewers Fest at Marymoore park can help you plan your weekend AND make you want to kick yourself for missing Friday night!
This was the second year that the Brewer’s Fest will be at Marymoor park. The grass is much more even than last year, but you will want to leave your heels at home. Bring your sunscreen instead. I managed to get sun burnt Friday...
May 17, 2013
EFESTE is thrilled to announce the winery’s annual fundraiser for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). Ironically, a heartbreaking event inspired this annual celebration of wine and music. In 2006, winery owners Kevin and Angela Taylor learned that their young son Joe, grandson to ‘Big Papa’ Daniel Ferrelli and Helen Ferrelli, was diagnosed with Leukemia. He was 5 at the time. Happily, Joe...