[Seattle] Brouwer’s Cafe Fort George Night! 6/21

Hey there Seattle, we’re back again!

We’re packing up the sleigh with some extra special taps for a Fort George (semi) Tap Takeover at Brouwer’s Cafe.  Thursday, 21st at 6pm we will squeeze 8 taps into the bounty of draft beer at Brouwer’s and be on hand to talk beer, sports, or beer sports!

For a lot of these beers, it will be one of the the only Seattle appearances of the year, so drink early and drink often!

Here’s what we’re bringing:

Quick Wit

Sunrise Oatmeal Pale Ale

Double Dry-Hopped Vortex IPA

Spruce Budd Ale

Bad JuJu Imperial IPA

Magnifera Indica Belgae

Quiet Rye-it: A light Summer rye pale ale featuring the Zythos hop.  5.5%

South: A Strong Summer Fruit Ale Brewed simply, yet deftly with only Organic Pilsner malt, South is aged in Argyle Pinot Noir barrels for two months then conditioned in a bright tank with 100 pounds of frozen raspberries creating a stunning sunset hue that evokes tropical transcendance. The oak gives complexity to the body and a little Cascade and Amarillo are the spice that reminds us there can be bitterness in paradise. ABV: 7.5%





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