New Beers From Belltown Brewing

New breweries open at such a rapid pace in Washington state, that I still haven’t had a chance to visit them all.  Even within Seattle city limits, there are still a couple of breweries I have yet to check out first hand.  One of those breweries is Belltown Brewing Company between 2nd and 3rd in Belltown, of course.

Not just a brewery, Belltown Brewing also offers a full bar with a wide range of cocktails and $5 Happy Hour food options, as well as a full food menu from Chef, Garrett Brown, featuring pizza, burgers, sandwiches and more – including a brunch special from noon to 4 on weekends. They even offer private dining options for groups (how ’bout a whole roast pig or lamb?) and you can always make reservations through Open Table.

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Bacon, Eggs & Kegs Returns To CenturyLink Field Next Week

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Brunch at CenturyLink, featuring bacon, cocktails, floats, fun and games and a huge beer lineup?  Yes please!  Seattle’s largest, locally produced brunch event, Bacon, Eggs & Kegs is returning for its third and biggest event next Saturday and Sunday, August 27-28 at CenturyLink Field from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.  

This over-the-top event will feature tastings from 30+ local breweries and cideries, boozy root beer floats, a 30-foot Bloody Mary bar with vodkas by Heritage Distilling Co., an Irish coffee bar, bacon butchery demos by Heritage Meats, 20+ local restaurants and chefs serving bacon and egg focused dishes, putt putt golf and duffleboard by Flatstick Pub, bacon bingo, dueling pianos, and much more.

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Bell + Whette Hosts a Cloudburst Brewing Beer Dinner – POSTPONED

 

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In years past, whenever people thought of a ‘pairing’ dinner, wine was usually the beverage that came to mind.  Beer was often relegated to a lower class; deemed only fit to be paired with fare as hot dogs and pizza.  Not that there aren’t some great beer and hot dog as well as beer and pizza pairings out there, but I’m glad to see the trend of thinking of beer as a ‘lower class’ beverage is finally changing.

These days, beer pairing dinners are popping up everywhere and with good reason.  The incredible diversity of beer styles and flavors along with the inspired creativity from many of today’s chefs are allowing some great collaborations that produce some truly unique and delicious pairings.

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