Craft Beer Monger’s Picks For Seattle Beer Week 2016 – UPDATED


I’ve been a fan of great craft beer ever since having my very first craft beer (a Red Tail Ale from Mendocino Brewing Company, if memory serves).  However, I didn’t really immerse myself into the Seattle Craft Beer scene until sometime in 2010.  Before that I was, of course, still enjoying craft beer, but my journalistic focus was geared more towards the console video game market.  I used to operate a couple of console gaming review sites (focusing mostly on Xbox), which are now closed down.

That means I haven’t been attending Seattle Beer Week for as many years as some of you out there.  The first time I attended a Seattle Beer Week event (and actually knew that I was doing so), was back during Seattle Beer Week #4 in 2010, and the first Seattle Beer Week I ever wrote about was Seattle Beer Week #5 in 2011.  Right now, that sure seems like a long time ago.

Now, with 2016 upon us, we’re just one week away from the kickoff of Seattle Beer Week #8.  That means it’s time once again for me to give you my picks for what sound like the best events at this year’s Seattle Beer Week, just as I’ve done each year since 2012.

Even though Seattle Beer Week 2016 doesn’t start until next week, I hope you’ve been doing a bit of pre-celebrating by enjoying some of this year’s Official Seattle Beer Week beer, Daily Pale from Reuben’s Brews, which has been available since mid April.

Now, on to the events.  Seattle Beer Week is 10 days long and, for each of those 10 days, I’m going to list for you what I feel are the top two or three events to attend.  These picks are, of course, just suggestions.  Please feel free to review the full list of available events yourself on the Seattle Beer Week website and make your own plan of attack.  Here we go.

Thursday – May 12th:

  • The Official Opening Ceremony of Seattle Beer Week 2016

Location: Reuben’s Brews
Time: 5:00 pm

This is where it all starts.  Reuben’s Brews will be open starting at noon, and the official tapping of the first keg of Daily Pale will commence at 5 pm.  According to Seattle Beer Week: “Expect a big party, including raffles and more! Noon until 10 pm.”

This is also the first stop on the opening night pub crawl.

  • Any other stop on the opening night pub crawl

Location: Brouwer’s Cafe (6:15 pm), Beveridge Place Pub (7:30 pm), The Pine Box (8:45 pm) and Naked City Brewery & Taphouse (10:00 pm).
Time: See above

With stops in Fremont, West Seattle, Capitol Hill and Greenwood, at least one of the stops on the opening night pub crawl should be fairly close to you. Stop on in and kick off Seattle Beer Week right by joining in the festivities.

Friday – May 13th:

  • Underberg Back In Black Stout Fest

Location: Brouwer’s Cafe
Time: 11:00 am (all day)

Taking place each year at Brouwer’s Cafe, the Underberg Back In Black Stout Fest brings together all the biggest, boldest, darkest stouts available.  Sure, it may be getting warmer out there, but I’ve never been one to refuse a delicious stout.  Besides, the somewhat dungeon-like atmosphere of Brouwer’s will help protect you from that evil sunlight (unless you sit out on the patio, of course).  The full tap list for this year’s Stout Fest hasn’t been announced yet, but check back as I will update this article when the list becomes available.

UPDATE – 5/10/2016:

Brouwer’s has released the preliminary tap list for this year’s Stout Fest.  This list is subject to change.

Stout Fest Tap List:

-Alesmith Vietnamese Speedway Stout (12%)
-Anderson Valley Bourbon Bbl-Aged Stout (6.9%)
-Backwoods Bourbon Ridge Run Stout
-Ballast Point Barrel Aged Indra Kunindra (8%)
-Barley Brown’s Don Vanuchi Bbl-Aged Imp Stout (8.5%)
-Big Sky Ivan the Terrible Imperial Stout (10%)
-Big Time Bbl Breakfast Cereal Killer (8%)
-Block 15 Super Nebula (11%)
-Boneyard Suge Knite (14%)
-Crux [BANISHED] Tough Love Russian Imp. Stout (11.5%)
-Deschutes Abyss 2012 (11%)
-Destihl Dosvidanya Russian Imperial Stout (12.5%)
-Dogfish Head Worldwide Stout ’10 (18%)
-Double Mountain Moon Patrol (8.4%) Ho
-Elevation Oil Man Bbl-Aged Imperial Stout (11%)
-Elysian The Fix Chocolate Coffee Imperial Stout (8.9%)
-Evil Twin From Amager with Love (12%)
-Firestone Walker Parabola ’14 Imperial Stout (14%) P
-Fort George From Astoria with Love RIS (9.4%)
-Fremont Coffee Bour. Bbl-Aged Dark Star Imp. Stout ‘15(14.5%)
-Full Sail Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout (11.4%)
-Goose Island Bourbon Country Brand Stout (13.8%)
-Great Divide Barrel-Aged Yeti ’15 (9.5%)
-HUB Motherland Russian Imperial Stout (9.8%)
-Kees! Peated Imperial Russian Stout (11.2%)
-Lagunitas High-Westified Coffee Imperial Stout (12.1%)
-Laurelwood Chocolate Thunder Barrel Aged Belgian Stout
-Midnight Sun 7 Deadly Sins: Sloth Imperial Stout (10.2%)
-Mikkeller Rauch Beer Geek Breakfast Stout (7.5%)
-Ninkasi Bbl Ground Control Imperial Stout w/ Hazelnuts (10%)
-Oakshire Hellshire VI (12%)
-Off Colour Dinos’mores Imp. Stout (10.5%)
-Perennial Abraxas ’14, Imperial Stout (10%)
-pFriem Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout (11%)
-Prairie Ales BOMB! Imperial Stout (13%)
-Reubens BBIS (12.5%) Seattle
-Sierra Nevada Barrel-Aged Narwhal Imperial Stout (12.7%)
-Silver City “Whack and Unwrap” Orange/Chocolate Imp Stout
-Standard Snuffleupagus Imperial Stout Nitro (12%)
-Stone Stone Farking Wheaton WØØtstout (13.5%)
-Struise Cuvée Delphine Imperial Stout (11%)
-Victory Stormking Imperial Stout Nitro

  • Cask-O-Rama

Location: Beveridge Place Pub
Time: 6:00 pm

A Seattle Beer Week classic.  “Twenty Seattle breweries, twenty casks on the bartop!”  What more do you need to know?  Just have one or two, or get a whole taster tray.

Saturday – May 14th:

  • Tour de Pints

Locaiton: Various (See below)
Time: 11:00 am

Seattle is a cycling city and if you’re one of those who enjoys a good ride and great craft beer, then this is the event for you.  The ride gets under way at noon at Seapine Brewing Company and includes stops at Queen Anne BeerhallRooftop Brewing CompanyMiiR FlagshipRavenna Brewing Company and ends at Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery in Greenwood.

“After departing Seapine Brewing at Noon, we’ll roll north to the downtown waterfront and into Myrtle Edwards Park, crossing over to newcomer Queen Anne Beerhall via the ped/bike bridge with sweeping views of the Sound and Olympic Mountains. We then hop back over to Myrtle Edwards Park and follow the bike trail north along the water, through Interbay, and connect to the Ship Canal Trail heading west to Rooftop Brewing Co. We continue along the Ship Canal Trail, cross the Fremont Bridge, and stop at MiiR. Next it’s east and north to brand new Ravenna Brewing Co! We finish the day by heading northwest, skirting Green Lake, to Flying Bike Co-op Brewery.

All told, it will be an 18.2 mile day, beginning at Noon and ending at Stop #6 in the 6:30-7:30pm timeframe. Each stop will be 45min to an hour, with a leisurely 30min transit time between. Each stop will have food available as well as a raffle!

REMINDERS: Helmet, ID, SMILES, and cash to help lines move quickly!

This will be a really fun day of relaxed riding and camaraderie. Take it easy out there.”

  • Pine Box Beer Can Derby

Location: The Pine Box
Time: 2:00 pm

If you ever competed in a Pinewood Derby back in your Cub Scout days, then you already have the basic idea here.  Build your beer can racer in advance or on the spot (must adhere to the specs you’ll find here), and race for glory.

2 pm to 4 pm – Build Time
4 pm to 6 pm – RACE TIME!!

“Each can must pass inspection by the official inspection committee before it will be allowed to compete. The Inspection Committee has the responsibility to disqualify those cans that do not meet these specifications. Participating Breweries include: New Belgium Brewing, 21st Amendment Brewery, Backwoods Brewing Company, Fremont Brewing Company, & Melvin Brewing.”

Sunday – May 15th:

  • Ballast Point Kegs And Eggs

Location: Brave Horse Tavern
Time: 11:00 am

Enjoy a special brunch (menu TBA) from Brave Horse Tavern, paired with beers from Ballast Point Brewing Company, including their new Serrano Pale Ale.

“We are working on a special brunch menu to pair with beers from the Ballast Point Brewing Brewing, including their 2015 GABF medalist Serrano Pale Ale. This is the first time the Ballast Point Serrano Pale Ale has been available in Washington and Brave Horse Tavern is the only place to try it. More details coming soon!”

Check back here, as I will update this article when the full brunch menu is available.

  • Hoppy Drinks On The Tiny Links

Location: Interbay Golf Center
Time: 1:30 pm

Now in it’s 4th year (or is it 5th?), this event mixes craft beer, miniature golf and cosplay.  This year’s theme is Star Wars.  So put together your best Star Wars themed Costume (or pick one up on Amazon) and come out to Interbay for an afternoon of fun.

“It’s back and better than ever! This 4th year (or is it 5th? hell, I can’t remember) of mini golf will have 8 breweries on the greens to sample you great beers and help with your short game. Costume theme this year is Star Wars! Let’s see those lightsabers! $10 includes greens fee and beer samples. To reserve your spot email”

  • Firestone Walker & Holy Mountain

Location: The Pine Box
Time: 7:00 pm

I must admit, I have a bit of personal bias for this event.  Firestone Walker Brewing Company and Holy Mountain Brewing Company are two of my favorite breweries.  So you’ll very likely see me at this event.

“Join Jeffers Richardson, Directer of Firestone Walker Brewings Barrelworks, and the gang from Holy Mountain Brewing for a night of Barrels.”

The full tap list has not yet been announced for this event, but check back as I will update this article when the list becomes available.

UPDATE – 5/10/2016:

The Pine Box has release the preliminary tap list for this event.

Firestone Walker:

-SLOambic batch two – For this vintage, 2050 lbs. of fresh berries were added to Sour Opal, a beer matured up to 32 months in oak barrels and then fermented using our proprietary blend of microflora for an additional four months. ABV: 6.3%

-Agrestic 2015 Batch #2 – begins its journey as DBA, then transforms into Agrestic by a “chrysalis” process involving 85% French and 15% American oak barrels and our proprietary collection of microflora. To blend, we selected beer matured eight to 36 months in barrels, creating a synergistic beerABV: 6.6%

-Krieky Bones Batch #2! – This beer begins its life as a Flanders Red style beer aged 24 months in a 2200 gallon French oak foeder. Sour Montmorency cherries are added and allowed a secondary fermentation.vABV: 5.7%

-Stickee Monkee – Brewed with Belgian candi sugar and aged in a selection of fine bourbon barrels, Stickee Monkee trailblazes its own category as a “Central Coast Quad.” ABV: 12%

-Velvet Merkin – Aged for a full year in retired spirits barrels from Heaven Hill, Woodford Reserve and others. ABV: 8.5%

-XVIII – 38% Parabola aged in bourbon barrels, 16% Helldorado aged in bourbon & brandy barrels, 16% Bravo aged in bourbon & brandy barrels, 14% Stickee Monkee aged in bourbon & brandy barrels, 5% Velvet Merkin aged in bourbon barrels, 4% Hydra Cuvee aged in bourbon barrels, 3% Wookey Jack, 2% Ol’ Leghorn aged in new American oak, 2% Double Jack 13%abv

-DBA DBA – a.k.a. Double Barrel Ale—is regarded as a California classic, and stands as an iconic tribute to traditional cask-¬‐fermented English ales. ABV: 5.0%

Holy Mountain

-Bourbon Barrel Aged 2014 Bonne Nuit – Belgian Strong Ale 10.5%
-Misére Au Borinage – Foudre Aged Grisette 5.3%
-Watchman’s House – Barrel fermented common lager 6%
-Covenant – Mixed culture saison fermented in oak puncheons 4.7%
-The Goat – Foudre aged rustic brett saison 4.8%
-Heartwork – Foudre aged blonde ale with brett 5.8%
-Galaxy Saison – Saison fermented in oak puncheons and aggressively hopped with Galaxy 5.4%
-Demonteller – Foudre fermented mixed culture Saison hopped with Mosaic & Galaxy 5%

Monday – May 16th:

  • Growler Madness

Location: Stogies N Hops
Time: 9:00 am (all day)

Grab your growlers and get ready for one heck of a great deal at Stogies N Hops (CBM Sponsor).

“All Taps: Fill 1 Growler – Save 10%, Fill 2 – Save 20% and Fill 3 – Save 30%. See complete tap list at”

  • This Is Washington Dammit!

Location: Beveridge Place Pub
Time: 2:00 pm (all day)

Another classic Seattle Beer Week event from Beveridge Place.  “Thirty-six Washington beers from thirty-six different breweries, All $3.50 PINTS!”  Enough said.

  • Firestone/Hair Of The Dog Dinner

Location: Burgundian
Time: 6:00 pm

Two great breweries (Firestone Walker and Hair of the Dog) team up with one great restaurant (Burgundian), to bring you this special, 7-course dinner.

“7 course dinner poured with beers from each Brewery. $150 includes tax and gratuity.”

Tickets are on sale now and are going fast:

Tuesday – May 17th:

  • Taco Test Drive Feat. Cloudburst

Location: The Yard Cafe
Time: 4:00 pm

Tacos and craft beer.  What could be better?  Help The Yard Cafe ‘test’ out 5 new taco recipes and enjoy them paired with 5 different beers from one of Seattle’s hottest newcomers, Cloudburst Brewing Company.

“5 new taco recipes paired with 5 different Cloudburst beers. Enjoy some tasty beverages alongside the Cloudburst crew, and cast your vote to help us pick a new taco recipe for the menu.”

  • Wood Aged Washington

Location: Naked City Brewery & Taphouse
Time: 6:00 pm

I love a good wood aged beer.  There’s just something about wood aging that imparts a special quality to an already delicious beer and, for this Seattle Beer Week, Naked City is pulling out all the stops.

“We’ve collected it all for you in one place, for one night. The finest wood aged beers brewed in all of Washington State, from border to border to border, and everywhere in between. Talk hops with some of the finest brewers in our great state. So far we have 25 for one night only! Featuring the following awesome breweries. More breweries and beers TBA!”

Here’s the list of breweries/beers for this event so far:

-Bainbridge Island – TBA
-Standard – TBA
-Hop Nation – TBA
-American – TBA
-Ashtown – TBA
-B Side – TBA
-54-40 Brewing – TBA
-Wingman – TBA
-Twelve Bar Brewery – TBA
-Fortside – TBA
-7 Seas – TBA
-Naked City – TBA
-Three Magnets – Tart Oatmeal Imperil Stout aged in Port Wine Barrels
-Justice – Cocoa Nib Black Ale Aged in Woodinville Whiskey Barrels
-Orlison – Barrel Aged 2 Finger Pour
-Loowit – Dubbel Aged in White Wine Barrels
-Aslan – Barrerl Aged Disco Lemonade
-Heathen – 2015 Reindeer Tears Barley Wine – Bourbon Barrel Aged
-Red Hook – Extra Special Oak Spiral Coffee Lager
-Silver City – Bourbon Barrel Aged Fat Scotch Ale
-Diamond Knot – Bourbon Barley Wine
-Whitewall – Firetrail Ale Smoked Strong Ale Aged on Spanish Cedar
-Valholl – Firkin Hammer-Aged Belgian Quad
-Fathom & League – Alder Wood Smoked Oat Stout
-Doomsday – Barrel Aged Barley Wine

Wednesday – May 18th

  • 6 Degrees Of Collaboration Hang Out

Location: The Woods at Two Beers Brewing Company (CBM Sponsor)
Time: 3:oo pm

There have been a lot of collaboration beers around lately.  Did you make it to the first annual Washington Beer Collaboration Festival a couple of weeks ago?  How would you like to enjoy six different IPAs from six different breweries, all who have participated in collaboration brews?

“Join reps from 6 different breweries in celebration of all things hoppy. Enjoy IPAs from each of the following breweries: Two Beers, New Belgium, Sierra Nevada, Deschutes, Firestone Walker, Hopworks. Reps on hand to chat with.”

  • Stupid Sexy Flanders Night

Location: The Red Hot (Tacoma)
Time: 5:00 pm

I know, I know.  This is Seattle Beer Week, so why list an event in Tacoma?  Easy.  Because The Red Hot is an awesome place to drink great craft beer and Flanders style beers are delicious.

“A celebration of all Flanders styles beers! Beers include pFriem Flanders Red, Lost Abbey Cuvee de Tomme, Hair of the Dog/Deproef Flanders Fred, Two Beers All the Wild Horses, Destihl Flanders Red, Duchesse du Bourgogne, E9 Flangers Red and Rodenbach Vintage.”

Thursday – May 19th:

  • Sourfest

Location: Brouwer’s Cafe
Time: 11:00 am (all day)

If you’re a fan of Sour beers, then this event is not to be missed.  If you’re new to Sours, then this is a great event to introduce yourself to them.  Bring a few friends and share some great Sour beers.  The full lineup for this Sourfest hasn’t been announced yet, but check back as I will update this article when the list becomes available.

UPDATE – 5/5/2016:
Brouwer’s has released the preliminary tap list for this year’s Sourfest.  This list is subject to change.

Sourfest Tap List:

-10 Barrel Apricot Crush Berlinerweisse (4.2%)
-Allagash PNC #2 Broken Elevator (8.1%)
-Almanac Farmer’s Reserve Blueberry (7%)
-Almanac Peach de Brettaville (7%)
-Anacortes Solstice Sour (4.8%)
-Anderson Valley Horse Tongue Thribble Currant (10.5%)
-Ballast Point Sour Wench Blackberry Ale (7%)
-Barley Brown’s Beeramid Scheme Barrel-Aged Sour (7%)
-Bear Republic Barrel-Aged Tartare Berlinerweisse (4%)
-Bear Republic Sonoma Co. Bbl-Aged Wild Pale Ale (7.6%)
-Big Al Time Capsule August 2008 Sour Brown Ale (7.3%)
-Cascade Apricot ’15 (8.5%)
-Cascade Strawberry ’14 (7.39%)
-Crooked Stave Bottleworks 17 Golden Sour Ale (5%)
-Crooked Stave Brett d’Blueberry Wild Ale (5%)
-Crux Fermentation Project Wild Apricot Farmhouse (7%)
-De Proef Sour Barrel #3 (6.2%) Loc
-De Proef/Hair of the Dog Fred Flanders ’16 (7.5%)
-Destihl St. Dekerra Flanders Oud Bruin ’14 (7.2%)
-Double Mountain Devil’s Cuvee Kriek (9.3%)
-Double Mountain Tahoma Kriek (9%)
-Ecliptic Red Wine Bbl-Aged Ultraviolet Blackberry Sour (7.5%)
-Elsgoods Sour Pale Batch #4 (6.7%)
-Elysian Zoot Suit Riot (4.6%)
-Engine House #9 Wild Tacoma Sour Blackberries (4.2%)
-Engine House From Pasadena with Love
-Evil Twin James Beer (3.5%)
-Fat Head’s Sour #2 (5.4%)
-Firestone La Piccola
-Firestone Walker Bretta Rose (5.3%)
-Finn River Chimacum Kriek (6%)
-Finn River Finnflusseweisse Beliner-Weisse Cider (6%)
-Goose Island Lolita Belgian Style Wild Aged w/ Raspberries (8.7%)
-Green Flash Narura Morta Plum (5.5%)
-Hair of the Dog Sour Cherry Pannepot (12.5%)
-Hanssens Oudbeitje (6%)
-Heathen Blackberry Sour (5%) Va
-Holy Mountain Empirium Bbl-Aged Sour Blonde w/ Plums (6.2%)
-Logsdon Peche ‘n Brett (10%)
-Lost Abbey Cuvee de Tomme ’14 (11%)
-Lost Abbey Red Poppy Flanders Red Ale ‘15 (5.5%)
-New Belgium Eric’s Ale ’15 (7.0%)
-New Belgium Decennium Brouwer’s X Anniversary Sour Ale (7.6%)
-North Fork Then the Devil is 6 Blond Sour in Zin Barrels
-pFriem Flanders Red Sour Ale (7%)
-Perennial Funky Wit Peach Berliner (4.2%)
-Rodenbach Caractère Rouge (7%)
-Shmaltz He’brew Funky Jewbelation (9.4%)
-Schooner Exact NW Framboise
-Silly Stupid Silly Sour (5.5%)
-Strubbe Lambickx De Troche (5.75%)
-Tahoe Mountain Evolution
-Telegraph Obscura Fortis (9%)
-Trinity Menacing Kumquat Saison (6.5%)
-Upright Fantasia (5.75%)
-Wander Sauraha Sour Ale (7.1%)
-Wild Beer Company Bliss Saison w/Apricot &Brett (6%)


  • Fremont Beer Sensory Class

Location: Fremont Brewing
Time: 6:00 pm

You love craft beer.  You already know that, but do you sometimes wish you were better at being able to describe what it is that you’re seeing, smelling and tasting in your beers?  Let Robert Fuller from Fremont Brewing Company help expand your senses and your beer vocabulary at this sensory tasting class.

“Join Fremont’s Quality Manager, Robert Fulwiler, for a Beer Sensory Class! This is a ticketed event. See for details and tickets.”

Friday – May 20th:

  • Bodacious Beverages Fest

Location: Beveridge Place Pub
Time: 2:00 pm (all day)

Featuring the most unusual and difficult to find brews, the Bodacious Beverages Fest is an annual Seattle Beer Week tradition at Beveridge Place Pub.

“Twenty-five rare & unusual beers! Barrel-aged brews, sour beers, fruit & spice beers, and more!  Taster trays & designated drivers encouraged!”

You can have just one or two but, as Beveridge Place Pub says, taster trays (and designated drivers – some of these beers will be pretty strong) are encouraged.  The full lineup for this year’s Bodacious Beverages Fest hasn’t been announced yet, but check back as I will update this article when the list becomes available.

  • Beer & Cheese With Mt. Townsend

Location: Seapine Brewing Company
Time: 4:00 pm

You often see cheeses paired with wines.  Well, forget about the wines this week and try pairing 5 different cheeses from Mt. Townsend Creamery with 5 different beers from Seapine Brewing Company.  You might find a delicious paring you never thought of.

“We will be featuring 5 different original and award winning cheeses from Mt. Townsend Creamery in Port Townsend Washington and pairing them with 5 different beers from the Brewery.”

Saturday – May 21st:

  • Naked Beardslee Washers Tournament

Location: Naked City Brewery & Taphouse
Time: 2:00 pm

Some bars have Corn Hole.  Naked City (among others) has washers.  Come test your washer tossing skills at this 3rd annual event.  You are required to play with a beer in your hand (no beer in hand means your shot doesn’t count)!

“Naked City Brewing and Beardsley Public House present the Third Annual Naked Beardsley Washers Tournament (formerly Big Naked). The game of brewers is meant to be played with a beer in hand, and there’s no better place to imbibe outdoors than the Walrus Beer Garden at Naked City.

The Naked Beardsley Washers Tournament invites brewers, beer folk, and all friendly people with a hankering to throw some washers or heckle from the peanut gallery.

All breweries with a team in the tournament will have a special beer on tap in the Walrus Beer Garden. More Brews and Breweries to be announced.”

  • 6th Annual Luau Party With Maui Brewing

Location: The Noble Fir
Time: 4:00 pm

Maui Brewing Company is teaming up again with The Noble Fir for this Hawaiian themed event, now in its 6th year.

“We know you love umbrellas in your beers, and so do we – especially when they are in rare beers from Maui Brewing Co. like their first ever batch of POG IPA!”

Sunday – May 22nd:

  • 6th Annual My Liver Hurts BBQ

Location: Fremont Brewing
Time: 12:00 pm

More beer from Fremont Brewing and a free BBQ? What else do you need to know?  Get there.

“Are you still standing? It’s been a long ‘week’ and you’ve drank lots of beer; but we’re not done quite yet! Head to our Urban Beer Garden to celebrate the close of another Seattle Beer Week with beer and a free BBQ!”

  • Learn To Craft It – Homebrew Demo Day

Location: Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery
Time: 12:00 pm

You’ve been drinking beer all week, but have you ever brewed your own beer?  Come out to Flying Bike and see how it’s done on three different types of homebrew systems.

“At Flying Bike Co-op Brewery we are committed to sharing the art of brewing with our members and the community. Our motto is “Own It. Craft It. Drink It.”. Come out to Flying Bike on Sunday May 22nd for demos of 3 types of homebrewing setups: All Grain, Extract, and Brew-In-A-Bag. Experienced homebrewers will be on hand to discuss all the processes and answer your questions. Enjoy a pint of Flying Bike beer while you learn to “Craft It”.”

Wow!  Now that’s a lot of events.  Keep in mind, however, that this is just a small sampling of the dizzying number of events (literally hundreds) listed for Seattle Beer Week 2016.  So check out the events I’ve listed here and, if you aren’t seeing something you like, check out the full list of all Seattle Beer Week 2016 events on the Official Seattle Beer Week website.  I’ll see you out there during the week.

Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.

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