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Pyramid Triangulate Pale Ale

Just in time for the Super Bowl, Pyramid Brewery has released their new seasonal release: Triangulate Citrus Pale Ale.  It may still be winter but this bright citrusy beer brings all the promise of spring. Dry hopped with the unique Lemondrop™ Hops,  a Super Cascadian hop created specifically for dry hopping, and made with lemon peel this Washington Pale Ale has a refreshing citrus nose but... read more

Pike Chocofest 2017

Chocofest is Pike Brewing’s “Foreplay before the big day” of chocolatey Valentine’s Day. On Sunday, February 12, 2017, Pike Brewery will transform to a chocolate and beer paradise for romantic food and drink lovers. Although chocolate and beer (and chocolate beer!) will be available in abundance, Pike Brewery’s Chocofest also features savory bites from local stellar... read more

Eat, Drink, Enjoy Elysian Bifrost

If you haven’t been drinking Elysian’s winter pale ale Bifrost this season, you have been missing out. With the frigid temperatures of late and the football playoffs this weekend, it is the perfect time to eat, drink and enjoy Elysian Bifrost. Yes, you read me right, EAT Bifrost pale ale: cooking and pairing with beer is delicious. Try eating a hearty meal of Washington beer flavored food this... read more

Pyramid Snow Cap Turns 30

Pyramid Breweries’ classic Winter Warmer ale Snow Cap turns 30 this year. In celebration, Pyramid Brewery has brewed three versions for your beer drinking pleasure: Snow Cap, Super Snow Cap and Bourbon Barrel-aged Snow Cap.  Pyramid Breweries, in honor of 30 years of their iconic Snow Cap, is giving away  30 flight vouchers with Alaska Airlines!  Whereas most winter ales are... read more

Eat Seattle and Drink Washington

Food tours and cooking classes are activities I enjoy whether near or far from home. Yet, it wasn’t until recently that I participated in a food tour and cooking class with Eat Seattle at Pike Place Market. Most outfits I’ve encountered in my travels keep the tour and cooking separate. However, Eat Seattle Classes and Tours has the good sense to combine the two. Plus, they partner with some... read more

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