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Naked City Beer Premiere

Naked City Tap House has had brewer’s nights before but on Tuesday, December 8, Naked City will be the featured brewer! Naked City has completed all of the licensing processes to become a commercial craft brewery. Naked City brewers  have been busy brewing and have four of their own brews to share: Yankee Drifter: A light ale brewed with pilsner and honey malts and German Tettnanger hops. A... read more

Black Raven Pour les Oiseux Viogner Barrel Saison

Black Raven Pour les Oiseux  Viogner Barrel Saison is probably one of the lightest colored beers here at Brouwers Cafe Big Wood. This saison is cloudy and intensely gold, almost gilt. Gilt, lemony, tart, bitter, refreshing with floral aromas this is not your typical barrel aged beer. Lemon is predominant in this Washington Saison.  Lemon and floral aromas and tart bitter lemon zest on the finish. Makes... read more

Ram Wild Sleigher

Sipping some Wild Sleigher from Ram Brewery at the Brouwer’s Cafe. Ram’s Sleigher is one of my favorite holiday treats. I especially love the aged Sleigher where it gains such smoothness and complexity. Seductively smooth, an aged Sleigher will slay  you down if you are not careful. You don’t session Sleigher unless you got a cab or a cot near by. The Wild Sleigher here at the Brouwser’s Cafe... read more

West Seattle Brew Pub Road

Looking for a great beer in West Seattle? You won’t have far to go, just head on down California Avenue. Three out of the four brew pubs focus on Washington beers with some Northwest and West Coasts taps to provide variety.  Check out Adem Tepedelen’s article about these West Seattle brew pubs along California Ave SW. The Porterhouse 2329 California Ave SW Prost! West Seattle 3407 California... read more

Iron Horse Brewery Fresh Hopped Loco Imperial Red Ale

Iron Horse Brewery had a fresh hopped version of their Loco Imperial Red Ale on tap at Beveridge Place Pub. Deep orange-red in color, this is a full bodied Washington beer. It is rich beer with a big malt and a big hop flavor. The hop bitterness is well balanced with bold malt sweetness. This is an Imperial Ale for people who get turned off by hop monsters, because the malt keeps it in check. Lots of hop... read more
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