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Five best beers you missed Friday Brewers’ Fest

Every year year, I say Friday night is the best night for beer at the Washington Brewers’ fest and I am (almost) never wrong.  If you can get off work early on a Friday, get a baby sitter for the kids and you want bragging rights to tasting some pretty special Washington beer, Friday nights are for you. Although there are fewer brewers on opening night, there were still so many that I could not make... read more

Belgianfest 2014 Celebrating Washington Beer

What’s the best way to get pumped up for the Seahawk’s Super Bowl game? Start the celebration at Belgianfest, with Washington State beers. Every beer at the Washington Beer Commission’s 5th Annual Belgianfest is proudly made in Washington and highlight the exciting and delicious diversity accomplished with Belgian yeasts. It is the diversity of styles and flavors of beers that intrigue me... read more

2013 Winter Brew Fest

Don’t miss out on some excellent beers at the Washington Beer Commission’s 2013 Winter Brewfest. Actually, it is virtually impossible not to miss out some fantastic beer when you are immersed in a world of 150 beers to try! Here were some of our favorites from Friday night. WBW favorites The drinker/writers of Wine Beer Washington tend to get glasses of different brews and share sips so we can... read more

Naked City, WABL, Seahawks FTW

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... read more

Don’t Miss Washington Brewers Fest 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... read more
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