Mollusk Brewing Beet Down Beer Pairing

Mollusk Brewing Beet Down Beer Pairing

Cody Morris, head brewer and owner of Mollusk Brewing, brews beer that is designed to drink with food. Beet Down is no exception, in fact, it is a great example of a food pairing beer. This year, he released it as a Seattle Beer Week event at Dexter Brew House, paired...
Summer Comes Early to Naked City

Summer Comes Early to Naked City

The sun came out just in time for Naked City’s Tropic Juice Party. The Tropic Juice Party heralded the summer opening of the back bar in Walrus Beer Garden. Full of family fun, food, fruity beers, games and lots of sunshine, The Tropic Juice Party was a new...
Back in Black Stout Style!

Back in Black Stout Style!

Brouwer’s Cafe Back in Black Stout Fest is a perennial Seattle Beer Week favorite.  Advertised as a deep, dark respite from a sunny Seattle spring, for me, it was different. A celebration and coming out of a long hibernation of seclusion and temperance, into a...
Tenth Annual Seattle Beer Week Kicks Off Today

Tenth Annual Seattle Beer Week Kicks Off Today

Seattle celebrates its tenth annual Seattle Beer Week with 10 days filled with BEER!. You will find lots of Seattle beer, beer brewed in Washington and unique beers brewed from the far corners of the world. In addition to all that tasty brew, you will find music, fun,...
Belgian Fest 2018

Belgian Fest 2018

The annual Belgian Fest celebrates Washington brewer creativity with Belgian beer yeast. Every January, the Washington Beer Commission brings breweries from across Washington state to Seattle, to showcase unique and delicious Belgian beer styles. This year, 40...
Tis the season for Winter Beerfest 2017

Tis the season for Winter Beerfest 2017

It is indeed the season for the Washington Brewers’ Guild Washington Winter Beerfest, my favorite beer festival. Beer is not just to quench your thirst on sunny afternoons or to kick back with sports. Some of my favorite beers are big winter warmers with layers...
Six Steps to Surviving Holiday Dinners

Six Steps to Surviving Holiday Dinners

So you’re spending another holiday with crazy Uncle Lou and Aunt Beatrice. This situation calls for an adult beverage. But if the kind folks hosting holiday dinner aren’t wine, beer, or cider drinkers what are you to do? The WBW crew has bantered about the conundrum...