On tap this week: Too much

There is just too much going on to sum it up neatly. First off:



It’s that time of year in our little town – the dark age. It feels like it goes on forever. In reality, it’s almost over. To commemorate the bottom of the pit in Seattle, we are selling a new shirt. A black American Apparel track shirt, which is slightly more fitted than the gray one and made of a blend of cotton, polyester and rayon (AKA very comfortable). Consider one for a Christmas present for the beer drinker in your family. They go for $25 (tax included). There are plenty of the original (soon vintage) grey cotton tee shirts, as long as you don’t want a men’s large or extra large, and they will be $20 until gone.

Next up: If you haven’t heard, the Judkins Park Festival of Lights will be illuminating a mile of lights through our neighborhood this Friday from 6:00-8:30! Stop by Standard first, and try the Too Big Blonde (Belgian Golden Strong) or grab a growler to go before taking a Friday night walk with your friends!

Holiday hours. They go as such:

  • Tuesday, 12/24: Open from 2-6pm (Come fill growlers for your parties!)
  • Wednesday, 12/25: Closed for Christmas
  • Thursday – Sunday, 12/26 – 12/29: Normal hours

Go Hawks! Our Sunday Randall this week will be the Wheated Red run through a half pound of Citra hops, which will be a hoot, because we’ll be open @ 1:00 to show the Seahawks vs Cardinals game.

New Beers! Keep your eyes peeled for a single hop series initially featuring Amarillo hops and a Biere de Garde, a sort of richer, more French Saison, as well as our barleywine aged on french limousin oak.

Lastly, please consider us this holiday season as a beer source for your holiday parties. We sell kegs starting at $75 for a 1/6th barrel cornelius keg. Please write us if you’d like us to fuel your next party!