It seems like only yesterday that Two Beers Brewing Company (CBM Sponsor) opened their latest iteration of The Woods, the shared taproom for Two Beers Brewing and Seattle Cider Company. Now, only 5 months later, Two Beers has more exciting news. Coming up on Saturday, November 14th, Two Beers Brewing Company will celebrate their 8th Anniversary.
Also, on that same day, Two Beers Brewing is excited to announce their partnership with Bread & Circuses is ready to commence. The in-house kitchen that Two Beers has been working on since The Woods 3.0 launched back in June is ready to open as Bread & Circuses’ first ‘brick and mortar’ location.
As if that weren’t enough for one day, Two Beers Brewing will also be debuting their 2015 Alta Series Overhang Imperial Porter. 2015 Overhang will be on tap for this event as well, along with 2014 Overhang Imperial Porter, Cinnamon Clove Infused Overhang and Rum Barrel Aged Overhang, plus several other limited edition beers including: 8th Anniversary Strong Ale and an experimental sour. Wow!
Here are some more details about this exciting event form Two Beers Brewing Company:
SEATTLE (November 5, 2015) – On Saturday, November 14, join Two Beers Brewing Company at its newly expanded tasting room – The Woods – as it celebrates eight exciting years in business! To mark the occasion, the growing brewery will be showcasing a tap list featuring more than 20 beers, including the release of its 2015 Alta Series Overhang Imperial Porter, offering a 12.4 ABV and 60 IBUs. The day also marks the long awaited grand opening of the tasting room’s new kitchen, run by the crew behind Bread & Circuses food truck, making for an anniversary party not to be missed.
“I say it every year, and every year I mean it – I’m amazed,” said Joel VandenBrink, founder of Two Beers Brewing Company. “We thought things might slow down in our eighth year, but boy, were we wrong. Between the new tasting room, the addition of a kitchen, amazing new beers and ongoing expansion, there’s never a dull moment around here. And that’s the way we like it.”
Attendees of the expanding brewery’s Eighth Anniversary Party – taking place from 1-7pm on Saturday, November 14 – will enjoy $4-$6 pints of Two Beers Brewing’s year-round offerings, plus an exciting selection of specialty brews. Tap list for the evening includes crowd favorites such as Wonderland Trail IPA, Fresh Hop IPA, Evo IPA, Grey Skies Dark Pale Ale, Jive Espresso Stout and more. Specialty beers are also aplenty with 2015 Alta Series Overhang Imperial Porter, 2014 Overhang Imperial Porter, Cinnamon Clove Infused Overhang, Rum Barrel Aged Overhang, Infused Wonderland, Cacao Vanilla Infused Jive Espresso Stout, Chocolate Lab Stout, 8th Anniversary Strong Ale and an experimental sour beer. Adding to the fun, a silent auction will be taking place throughout the afternoon, giving guests their chance at winning a slab of the live cut bar from our previous tasting room. All proceeds benefit Washington’s National Park Fund.
The grand opening of the kitchen on November 14 marks an exciting partnership between Two Beers Brewing Co and Bread & Circuses. Known for its popular food truck offering up “gastropub eats and upscale carnival treats,” Bread & Circuses’ first brick-and-mortar location will be located in the heart of The Woods tasting room, featuring reimagined versions of bar favorites, plated and shareable items, and a rotating menu changing with the season, led by Chef Robert Killam, formerly of Skillet Ballard. With a limited menu on opening day, guests are encouraged start off with a helping of Duck Fat Popcorn, Brussels Sprout Caesar, or Three Pepper Cider Wings to share. Mix and match, or move on to the main dish, choosing from anyone of the delicious entrees, including Mac and Beer Cheese; Circus Burger featuring bacon, arugula, Three Pepper cider Aioli and fries; Veggie Fried Ravioli; or anyone one of the other mouth-watering options. Finish the night off with something sweet, choosing between Jive Espresso Stout Chocolate Torte, or Sourdough Doughnuts with pear jelly and foie gras mousse. Don’t worry – Bread & Circuses hasn’t forgotten about your furry friends. A special dog-friendly menu will be available, including items such as chicken with rice. For the full opening day menu and details on exciting food items to come, visit www.twobeersbrewery.com/breadandcircuses.
About Two Beers Brewing Co. Two Beers Brewing Co. began operations in a small Seattle basement in 2007 and today, produces fifteen unique beers including eight year-round, seven seasonals and a host of intricate infusions in its 4,800-square-foot SoDo brewery. Two Beers Brewing can be found in Seattle-area bars and restaurants, with tastings kegs and growler fill-ups available at their tasting room located at 4660 Ohio Ave. S. in SoDo, open weekly Tuesday – Thursday from 3-8 pm, Fridays from 3-10pm, Saturdays from 1-10pm and Sundays from 1-6 pm. Select products can also be found in 22-ounce bottles and 12-ounce cans at bars, restaurants and local retailers throughout Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Idaho. For more information, visit www.twobeersbrewery.com.
Between the new taproom opening, award wins for Immersion Amber (Gold Medal at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival) and 2015 Fresh Hop IPA (First Place IPA at this year’s Yakima Fresh Hop Festival), the recent launch of Wonderland Trail IPA and now their 8th Anniversary and launch of their in-house kitchen, Two Beers has certainly been busy. Their hard work has clearly paid off, and I’d like to extend my congratulations to Joel VandenBrink and the entire Two Beers Brewing and Seattle Cider Company family on their continued success and growth. They’re an amazing local success story that I’ve been happy to follow these past 8 years. I hope to see you at the Anniversary celebration on the 14th.
By the way, if you’re a dog lover, The Woods is still dog friendly. In fact now they’re even more dog friendly, since Bread & Circuses will be serving (as noted from their opening day menu linked above): “Dog Menu chicken and rice.” Woof woof!
Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.