Tin Dog’s 5th Anniversary Is Set For Early March

A few weeks ago, before ‘snomageddon 2019’ crippled much of Seattle, Tin Dog Brewing Company down in South Park was all set to celebrate their 5th Anniversary.  Unfortunately, when the storms moved in, Tin Dog had to cancel their original plans for their own and everyone else’s safety.

Now that we’re thawing out, Tin Dog Brewing has rescheduled.  Their 5th Anniversary celebration will now take place on Saturday, March 2nd – which is the same day as Washington Beer Open House.  I know there are some of you out there who have still never visited Tin Dog.  Well, WA Beer Open House is your perfect excuse to come down for a visit.

They’ll have a new beer to release, Sour flights from their cellar and tasters of their Gold, Silver and Bronze Award-Winning Blended Sours, Melange Deux and Mandala.

Tin Dog’s Lisa & Eric Rough

Here is the full press release from Tin Dog Brewing Company:

Tin Dog Brewing located in the South Park neighborhood of Seattle is celebrating their 5 th Anniversary with limited release tasters of their Gold, Silver and Bronze Award-Winning Blended Sours, Melange Deux and Mandala and a new blended sour release, “Errant Whispers” They will also be featuring Neighbor Lady Cheese Monger with melted Ricochet and other delicious cheese samples and Carl’s Cutting Board with an array of charcuterie. This event will take place at Tin Dog Brewing, 309 S. Cloverdale Street, Cloverdale Business Park, Seattle WA 98108 from 4-8pm on 3/2/19, the same day as the Washington Beer Open House from 12-5 that day.

New Beer
“Errant Whisper” tastes like biting into a juicy, summer peach. There are no peaches used. It is a blend of two oak barrel aged beers which were both aged over a year. It is made with local Washington Skagit Valley malt which is grown and malted there. It will be available in bottles, 10 oz pours and as part of the Sour Cellar Taster Tray.
ABV:6% IBU’s: N/A

Sour Cellar Flights
There will be flights available with our two prize-winning blended sours and two other sours of your
choice. The below is a description of the beers.

Prize Winners
Melange Deux – Gold Winner in the Sour Beer Category at the Brewer’s Choice Awards June 2018
Bronze Winner in the Sour Beer Category at the Washington Beer Awards June 2018
Featured at “The Herbfarm” Restaurant April 2018 Released in November 2017
Light, effervescent, Champagne-like with Apricot notes.
ABV: 6.2% IBU’s:N/A

Mandala – Silver Winner in the Mixed Brett Beer Category at the Washington Beer Awards June 2018
Featured at “The Herbfarm” Restaurant April 2018 Released in December 2017
Spicy, peppery with Brett notes.
ABV: 6.3% IBU’S:N/A

Other Limited Release Flight Options
Melange Une – Bright, spritzy, hoppy citrus flavored. Released in October 2017
ABV: 6% IBU’S: N/A

Melange Rouge – Rich, caramel, leather notes with an orange peel finish Released in August 2018
ABV: 7.2% IBU’S:N/A

Catwalk – Grapefruit and other citrus notes. Released in November 2018
ABV: 6.6% IBU’s:N/A

Black Tripel Whiskey Barrel Sour – Dark Cherry notes with a whiskey finish. Released December 2018
ABV: 12.3% IBU’s:N/A

Errant Whispers – Tastes like biting into a juicy, Summer Peach Released February 2019
ABV: 6% IBU’S:N/A

Tin Dog Brewing is run by the husband and wife team of Lisa & Eric Rough.  They first opened the brewery back when the South Park bridge was still closed.  It was a risk, but it seems to have paid off.  Come on down for the anniversary celebration and check them out.  If you can’t make it though, be sure to look for Tin Dog’s bottled beers in Seattle area craft beer shops including Full Throttle Bottles in Georgetown (full disclosure – I work at Full Throttle Bottles).

Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.

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