Craft Beer Monger’s Picks For Seattle Beer Week 10

Ten years ago.  That’s when it all began.  That’s when Seattle area craft beer lovers got to experience the first ever Seattle Beer Week and the first ever official Seattle Beer Week beer (a double IPA from Pike Brewing Company).  Back then, many of our favorite local craft breweries and craft beer bars didn’t even exist yet.  Whereas today, it seems, we have a craft brewery or craft beer bar around almost every corner.

More craft breweries and more craft beer bars means even more Seattle Beer Week events.  Are you ready?  Surviving the week (actually 11 days) will take careful planning. I’m here to give you some suggestions on which events you might want to check out.  So sit back, if you’ve managed to pick up any yet, grab yourself a can of this year’s official Seattle Beer Week beer – Citrus Galaxy IPA from Georgetown Brewing Company – and take a look a Craft Beer Monger’s Picks for Seattle Beer Week 10.

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Join Breakside And Mammoth For A Lunch Break This Friday

Breakside Mammoth Pairing Event

Breakside Brewing Company out of Portland makes some solid beers.  I really enjoy their Wanderlust IPA, their seasonal Salted Caramel Stout and their Bourbon Barrel-Aged Aztec.  Now, Breakside has two new beers: Lunch Break ISA and Amuse Belgian-Style Ale, and they’ll be pairing them up with sandwiches from Mammoth in Seattle this Friday, March 13th.

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