Fall Line Wax Dip Party & Bottle Release From Two Beers Brewing

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Back in 2013, Two Beers Brewing Company (CBM Sponsor), released the first beer in what was dubbed their Alta Series.  This is a line of specialty, high-octane brews that are Two Beers’ most over the top concoctions, pushing the limits of both complex flavors and ABV.

Upon it’s first release, the Russian Imperial Stout from their Alta Series was named Switchback, after switchback type hiking trails (in case you weren’t aware, Two Beers’ founder, Joel VandenBrink, is a huge hiking fan).  Switchback was later renamed to Fall Line and was joined by the rest of the Alta Series beers: Overhang Imperial Porter, High Divide Double Blonde Ale and Ascension Triple IPA (although they haven’t brewed Ascension in a while).

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Bread And Circuses Gets Gourmet At Two Beers Brewing Company / Seattle Cider Company

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Roach Coach.  When I was growing up, any sort of mobile food truck you’d see around (usually at places like constructions sites, day-laborer gathering spots or run-down, industrial business parks) had this unfortunate moniker, no matter the actual name of the truck.  In fact, most food trucks back in those days didn’t have any type of name or brand. Most of the food those early trucks carried was also either pre-made and pre-packaged or, if it was made in the truck, it was pretty sub-standard cuisine.  It wasn’t the type of food you’d go out of your way to find by any means.

That’s all changed.  Food trucks today are not the ‘roach coaches’ of old.  Following health department regulations as strict as ‘brick and mortar’ restaurants (and in Washington, requiring an actual brick and mortar kitchen for most food preparation), today’s food trucks offer a diverse and delectable take on many different types of cuisine.  In Seattle, competition is fierce, so anything a food truck operator can do to set themselves apart from their competition in an appealing way is a big plus.

In 2015, when Two Beers Brewing Company (CBM Sponsor) and Seattle Cider Company decided to expand their taproom, The Woods, yet again, they were looking for a local food truck company to partner with.  They found that partner in Bread and Circuses, a local food truck that was enticed by the idea of such a partnership.   Together, Two Beers & Seattle Cider could offer food from Bread and Circuses inside The Woods taproom, without having to actually operate the kitchen themselves.  The result is an inviting combination of great craft beer, great local cider and great food, all in a comfortable, casual atmosphere and all under one roof.

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Two Beers Brewing 8th Anniversary & Taproom Kitchen Opening

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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.

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