On tap this week: Enormous appreciation

To everyone that has supported us for the last 12 months and to everyone that showed up to celebrate last Thursday, to those that wanted to but sadly couldn’t, to the CD, to Judkins, to Leschi, to Madrona, to Minor, to Cherry Hill, and even Capitol Hill, to our supportive brew buds at Rooftop, Spinnaker Bay, Reuben’s Brews and Populuxe, to the CDBC, to Sound Homebrew, to the recently departed Central District News (so sad), Imbibe, Seattle Beer News, Capitol Hill Seattle, Thrillist, Seattle Met, Craft Beer Monger, Puget Sound Brewery Tours, Ale Trail Maps, Twopedalsacouplepints and Seattle Bars, to the awesome folks at Sugar Bakery for all the edibles, to Knox Gardner for his neighborhood rallying support, Two Big Blondes, Broadcast Coffee, Chuck’s CD, and Central Pizza


… to all of you, including those that my tired brain is forgetting, that made this first year a massive success for our little brewery, THANK YOU!!!!!

In case you weren’t there, Thursday was an absolute blowout, and we were ridiculously busy all day. I can’t express the amount of gratitude we all feel for the outpouring of love we got. The Anniversary Ale sold out around 9pm, and I can’t wait to bottle again!

If you have the notion on Saturday, from 5pm-10pm, we’ll be the smallest brewery at Penumbra Beer Bash, the Stranger’s beer and music festival. Tickets are $25 and if you want to go, I’d suggest you buy a ticket here right now. The full page ad in the Stranger just printed, so it’ll probably sell out shortly. It’s gonna be a hoot.

If festivals aren’t your thing, you can still come by the brewery to drink the India Red Ale, because it’s still on tap, as is the Single Hop Session w/Legacy Hops. We’ve got some really exciting things coming down the pipeline, including a new single hop made with Belma hops, and a collaboration beer with another brewery. Both to be boiling in the kettle shortly.

Here’s to another year of hearts and pints! See y’all soon.