On June 30th, Elysian brewing hosted their second annual Search Party at Seattle Center. The party is a celebration of music, beer, and community in Seattle. 100% of the proceeds go to The Vera Project, an all-ages, volunteer-fueled music and arts venue at Seattle Center.
“Beer for one, beer for all.”
Nestled in the peninsula town of Silverdale, Silver City Brewery has been steadily picking up steam in the beer game since 1996. The restaurateurs-turned-brewers took their passion for beer and have proudly established themselves as purveyors of beers that will appeal to all palettes. And boy do these guys know how to make beer!
Good music, good beer, & good food.
The Bothell Block Party and BrewFest is on Saturday, May 9th! University of Washington Bothell is partnering with the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce to host this highly anticipated event on May 9th from 4 – 8 pm. The Block Party will feature local beer, food trucks and popular and up-and-
Delicious local brews & bacon-inspired dishes on a sunny Seattle day.
The Bacon and Beer Classic was hosted at Safeco Field this past Saturday, May 2nd. This unique bacon and beer tasting event is held in MLB stadiums nationwide and was a huge success in Seattle with over 3,500
When one thinks of Utah, the last thought that pops in one’s mind is “beer.” Well friends, having just visited this lovely state, I am pleased to debunk the myth that it is a dry state…er, meaning alcohol is not consumed. Dry in climate? Yes—ten times yes. Dry in alcohol? Definitely not.
Now that springtime is here, we have no excuses for not lacing up our running shoes and hitting the pavement. After all, didn’t fitness make our New Year’s resolution lists this year (again)? Therefore, consider registering for Seattle magazine’s second annual Earth Day 5K Run 2014
South Lake Union’s Whole Foods’ Spike + Steam, a beer, wine, and cider bar, is home to “Randal, the Enamel Animal”, a counter top infuser providing customized flavors to any beverage, including growler refills ($14.99-$20), at no additional charge.
Loaded tater tots and pale lager in a tribute to Seattle’s old-time boozing history.
Saddling up at the bar top of Jules Mae’s Saloon in Georgetown will insure you a greeting by Johnny Cash’s middle finger. The legendary photo snapped of the Man in Black is used to explain the forms of payment accepted at the saloon (“cash” or credit) and sets a tone for the bar that there is no going back from.