The Taste of the Seahawks event is a strolling food and beverage experience benefiting Food Lifeline and Ben’s Fund. This fun-filled Party-with-a-Purpose will feature gourmet food provided by Seattle’s finest restaurants and award-winning chefs, along with beverages from the best wineries, breweries (that's us) and distilleries from Washington and beyond. I don't want to drop names, but Seattle sport celebrities and local famous faces are rumored to be mingling about...and by that I of course mean Jrob and Crystal.
This November, on an island far, far away; but not THAT far… Orcas is hosting a second year of Hops On The Rocks. They're shutting down the streets to host a weekend of drinking, dancing and NovemBEER events all across Orcas Island. 20+ breweries from around the North Puget Sound region, like us for instance, will be in attendance for this destination beer festival like no other.
Nathan missed the last Sunset Alehouse promo when Jrob had to cover for him back in 2015. It took some time, but he’s ready for some fun, Issaquah-style. The plan will be to bring a fun beer, maybe, give away some swag, probably, and drink some tasty beer, definitely.
Football season is officially here, meaning it’s time to whip out the encyclopedia so you can study up on on muffed punts, wildcat formations and the tuck rule repeal. One thing you might also want to brush up on: beer drinking. Root against either the Chiefs or the Rams depending on your phantasy phootball standings. Georgetown beers will be on special, but Tom Brady jokes (still) are free all night.
It must be time for Sean's El Sancho taco fix, because he's headed to Bend. He'll be making a stop to spend some time with the Growler Guys this Thursday evening, so you can look forward to some darn tasty Georgetown beers and you might even win some swag.
Mid Valley Brewfest is in a new location - 2 Rivers Market - making it even closer to the heart of Albany, with more food, more entertainment and more beer, including our Bodhizafa IPA and 9lb Porter on tap. Proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Albany!
Beaverton gets it’s name from the Native American tribe, the Atfalati. Their name for the area was Chakeipi, meaning "Place of the Beaver", so early European settlers called it “Beaverdam”. There are no known members of the Atfalati left, but the name they gave the land lives on, now as Beaverton. Sean will be hosting a promo night in this Place of the Beaver at Craft Pourhouse, Place of the Beer. Expect some special beer specials and swag giveaways!
Sean is headed to Medford, home of Harry & David, whose catalog full of photos of Towers of Treats® were almost as exciting to me as a sugar starved child as the Swiss Colony catalog that promised a small chocolate mouse with every order. Sean will on hand to talk about our darn tasty beer and debate the merits about what he’d rather find under his tree - Swiss Colony’s The Original BEEF LOG® or Harry & David's Lobster Pot Pie (LPP obvs).
Time to bundle up and head out for the Holiday Ale Fest! This will be our first time there, so if anyone has any tips, like if Sean should wear a battery operated warming vest, send them our way. We'll be pouring our Barrel Aged Chopper's Red Ale, no warming vest needed.
It’s like a porky, smoky Field of Dreams, if the part of Ray Kinsella was played by a cured ham. This event would probably not be nearly as popular if it was "Beer & Kale Klassic", so lucky for you, it is not. A ton of breweries, a mess of restaurants, and there’s word of a bacon eating contest. I recommend practicing for that, starting today. You can never be too prepared.