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Tankard & Tun is now open!

Pike Brewing is bringing beer and food lovers an expanded experience in Seattle’s Shrine to Beer. Tankard & Tun is open now; a NW seafood centric restaurant, oyster bar and brew deck adjoining an expanded fermentation cellar. Tankard & Tun hones in on our decades of passion for pairing handcrafted beers with locally sourced and flavorful foods. The name is a toast to the timeless drinking tankard and Pike’s mash tun brewing vessel which is in full display from the restaurant and adjacent brew deck.

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Pike Brewing Tasting Dinner at Maximilien

Pike Brewing will be featured at a tasting dinner at Maximilien restaurant, Pike Place Market, at 6pm on October 31, 2015.

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http://www.maximilienrestaurant.com/events/pike/index.html

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Mollusk Opening 10/31

Mollusk opens for business on Saturday, 10/31/2015.

http://seattle.eater.com/2015/10/26/9613806/gastropod-team-open-mollusk-halloween (copy and paste URL)


Stoup Brewing / Seatown Seabar Fall Harvest Dinner

Stoup Brewing and Tom Douglas Restaurants' Seatown Seabar team up for dinner on 10/29.

http://tomdouglas.com/calendar.php?calendar_id=596 (copy & paste this URL)


Stoup Brewing 2nd Anniversary

This came in from Stoup Brewing:

SEATTLE, October 16, 2015 On
Saturday, October 24th Stoup will celebrate two years of craft brewing in the heart of Ballards Brewery District.

Doors open at noon and will feature new releases, including: a Munich Style Helles and the return of Export Stout (#WHISKERSOUT, in homage to the MOvember fundraiser for mens health).

But wait! Theres more for beer geeks and sour enthusiasts alike.  In keeping with their more literal beer-naming tradition, Stoup will also tap Sour Nos. 2 AND 3.

Hungry revelers can count on a curbside feast from the near east, courtesy of Fez on Wheels followed by sweet treats from Balleywood Creamery.  Festivities will ramp up with live music in the taproom stay tuned to Stoups Facebook, Twitter & Instagram feeds for the foot tappin and booty shakin lineup.

Direct from Founder and Head Brewer, Brad Benson, These past two years have been pretty amazing.  It only makes sense for us to celebrate with everyone that has helped us grow so quickly.  Heck yeah! added Brewer, and Co-Owner, Robyn Schumacher.  Its been a lot of hard work.  It is definitely time for a party.

Brad, Robyn and Lara Zahaba (beer lover and third in the Stoup triumvirate), will be at the brewery all day on the 24th to welcome and thank all the supportive hopheads.

Opened in October of 2013, Stoup Brewing communicates a respect for both the art and science of beer by cultivating a warm and communal environment a place for friends to gather and for enthusiasts to chat with the brewers over a well-fashioned, delicious beer.

Stoup Brewing is located at 1108 NW 52nd Street - Seattle, WA 98107 and is open 3-9pm Tuesday through Thursday, 310pm on Friday; 12-10pm on Saturday and Sunday from12-9pm. Happy Hour is Tuesday through Friday from 3-5pm. For more information, visit www.stoupbrewing.com, or call 206.457.5524.

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Flying Lion 1st Anniversary

In Seattle's South End, Flying Lion's 1st Anniversary celebration takes place on Saturday October 24.

http://shoutout.wix.com/so/3L1jEaIM?cid=24f13563-30a0-4663-b1da-0af98358fecc#/main

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Brew Seattle 2015

Third Brew Seattle fest takes place on October 23, 2015 at a new and spacious venue, Bell Harbor's Elliott Hall. More than 20 local breweries, 80+ beers, food. 21 and over only.

http://seattlemag.com/events/brew-seattle-2015-0 for more.


Brew Seattle 2.0!

Brew Seattle 2014 - the only brewfest to feature Seattle brewers exclusively!

http://seattlemag.com/events/brew-seattle


Updates at last!

Finally, really, some actual updates. More pubs and taprooms, more Seattle neighborhoods, and more to come.