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We just got this note from Manny at Georgetown Brewing –

This is your last chance to drink 2009 Bob’s. Come out to Sport Restaurant and Bar tonight for our FINAL Bob’s Brown fundraising/drinking event for the Seattle Ronald McDonald House. Phew… my liver needs a break. It should be a good one. Keg is tapped at 6PM and we’ll have some cool giveaways including an autographed Edgar Martinez Jersey (SWEET!). Hope to see you tonight. Cheers, -Manny

We here at the WBB say, “twist my arm.” While Sport isn’t a great beer bar, we are suckers for a worthy cause, we love to catch the M’s there, and they certainly do have a good Kobe beef burger. Maybe we’ll see you there?

Follow Up –

We went to the event last night. Hosted by Ian Furness (KJR sports radio), the evening included a raffle for some really cool prizes. Someone walked away with an autographed Edgar Martinez jersey. Someone else walked away with a luxury suite –which handles up to 16 people– for an upcoming Mariners game. Lots of other great stuff, too. We even scored some M’s tickets!

Bob's Brown Ale - Sport Restaurant

Bob's Brown Ale - Sport Restaurant

Just in case people were not in a giving mood, they showed a video about a young family that has lost two children to cancer. The video really drove home the point about the importance of Ronald McDonald House. It was “pin-drop” silent in there. Not a dry eye in the house. Ronald McDonald house really does provide an angelic service and we’re proud of Georgetown for supporting such a great cause.

The event was the last in the series. No more brown beer until next year. They were very close to reaching their goal of $50,000. We’ll assume they did. We saw a lot of people drinking brown beer.  Cheers to that and cheers to Bob!


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Tonight (THU, MAY 21, 6:00PM) at the Beveridge Place Pub – DIAMOND KNOT INDUSTRIAL IPA CASK! One of the Bev’s events during Seattle Beer Week was the Battle of the Randalls, which featured three otherwise deliciously hoppy beers poured through Randalls to up the hop-ocity, as it were. The combatants were Schooner Exact, Full Sail and Diamond Knot. The winner was Diamnond Knot Inustrial IPA. Come to the Bev tonight and sample it on cask.

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This is it. The last day of Seattle Beer Week. If your liver is up to it, here are the events taking place today

Week End Party and BBQ at The Dray. Wind down the big week with a backyard BBQ behind the dray.

New Belgium Urban Assault Ride is the biggest bike scavenger hunt series in the world! You and a teammate will take to the streets on a city-wide bike adventure. Plot your own course to checkpoints around town where you’ll take on physical and mental obstacle courses. Be the 1st team to hit all the checkpoints and you’ll win a pair of New Belgium Brewing cruiser bikes (and be the first team to the beer tent 😉 Starts at 9am. Packet it pick up is Saturday 5/16 at Brouwer’s Cafe.
Visit the Website for more Details.

Haul Ash Bike Ride & Concert, Woodinville, WA
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Redhook Ale Brewery’s 14th annual “Tour de Brew” is a roundtrip bike ride for every breed of cyclist – especially for those that love a cold brew after a long pedal.  Haul Ash commemorates the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens and journeys 41 miles round-trip from the brewery in Woodinville along the Burke-Gilman trail to Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood – the birthplace of Redhook.  Once in town, riders will cross over the Fremont Bridge and satisfy their thirst at the half-way point on Nickerson St., before saddling up for the return ride.
Back in Woodinville, riders will be treated to an outdoor afternoon concert and celebration in Redhook’s grassy Bowl Amphitheater.  Live performances from local favorites Salem, Handful of Luvin, and Panda Conspiracy will begin at Noon.  Entry to the concert is included in the rider registration fee, plus there will be all-ages GA entry available at the gate – so invite your friends and family to celebrate your triumphant Redhook pilgrimage with you!
For registration information visit www.Redhook.com or call 425.483.3232

ANight of Elysian Beers at the Red House Beer, Wine and Tapas Hosted be Larry Rock from click, who will be pouring Elysian Products and we’ll fire up the outdoor grill and have the event on our deck(weather permitting). this will be apart of our newly formed beer club so we will encourage people to join the club but the general public will still be welcome to join in. Cost of this event will be $30 for none members and $20 for members. To become a member it cost $40, so if you join the day of the event then it will come out to be $60. Reservations are greatly encouraged but not needed. If you need more info please let me know. 5pm and on till who knows when.

Dish’n beer at WineStyles next Door to 99 Bottles . 1PM $39 pp. advance ticket req’d. Drink 8+ beers paired with hors d’ouvres & cheeses and discover how to entertain with beer. Just  13 spots.

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Saturday, May 16th – Here is a list of Seattle Beer Week events taking place today. For more information visit the official SBW Web site or the SBW blog.

Closing Ceremonies will be held at the Taphouse Grill Seattle. More info – visit the official SBW Web site.

Firestone Walker Night at Brouwer’s Cafe. Enjoy the beers of Firestone Walker specially paired with the evenings Dinner Menu. More details TBA.

Stone Beer Dinner and release of their Levitation Ale at the Collins Pub. More Details TBA.

Celebrate Seattle. Seattle beers on tap at Elysian Fields, before the Seattle Mariners “vs” Red sox game which starts at 7:10pm. Mariners.com

Beer Breakfast at Linda’s featuring Stone IPA with head brewer Mitch Steele on hand. They open at 10am for Breakfast.

South Seattle Breweries Open House. 10am – 6pm. Experience the Seattle brewing community first hand by visiting 5 craft breweries in South Seattle. Start at Georgetown Brewing and pick up a growler of their annual release of Bob’s Brown. Next, head to South Park and tour Baron Brewing, Laughing Buddha, and Schooner Exact in one stop. A barbecue truck will be on site. Finally, head to Big Al Brewing in White Center and have a pint or two until they close.  For a map with all 5 South Seattle Breweries, visit http://tinyurl.com/southseattlebreweries.

Lazy Boy Tasting 5-7pm at Full Throttle Bottles

Firestone Walker Tasting at at Bottleworks.

JEROME Tasting at 99 Bottles 3-6PM
Sample 4 Jerome, Casa & Sagres Bohemia for $1 with special guest Georges-Phillipe Bouyer

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Friday, May 15th – Here is a list of Seattle Beer Week events taking place today. For more information visit the official SBW Web site or the SBW blog.

WTF?! Brewfest at the Beveridge Place Pub Spend the evening tasting the most unusual beers from around the world and down the street.

Pillagers Pub Hardtack Beer and Cheese Dinner Avast! Join us at Pillagers Pub for an incredible beer and cheese dinner created by a well-known local Chef, Cheese Monger, and Brewer. Each course will include beer and cheese as an ingredient or accompaniment to the dish. Special beers from Three Skulls Ales and Baron Brewing among others will be served with each course. We’ll supply the hip-knives for cutting the food. Tickets will be available at Pillagers Pub in March 2009.

Special Stone Beer night at the Dray with Head Brewer Mitch Steele.

English Pub Night at the Duck Island with Bangers and Mash!!!

Harmon Brewing 5 – 8pm at Full Throttle Bottles

Lagunitas Night at Brouwer’s Cafe. Join Lagunitas Founder Tony Magee for a night of special brews and a live solo performance by Tony himself.

Rob Tod from Allagash will be hosting an informal meet the brewer and have a drink night at Stumbling Monk on Capitol Hill. There will be some fantastic Allagash beers being poured in one of Seattles great Belgian style bars. 7pm

Lazy Boy “Meet the Brewer Night” at Mcgilvras Madison park 8-10pm

Victory and Lazyboy Brews at the Victory lounge from 5pm to close. They will be doing a BBQ (pulled pork sandwiches, sliders, ribs, potato salad, cole slaw) featuring victory and Lazyboy beer specials. $5 door and $6 plate of food. Live music as well featuring Aaron Daniels and Matt Sircely.

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Thursday, May 14th – Here is a list of Seattle Beer Week events taking place today. For more information visit the official SBW Web site or the SBW blog.

Sour Beer Fest at Brouwer’s Cafe. Over 30 sour beers being poured from the tap. Most of which will either be one-off creations or rare brews. The kick off is Thursday night with many of the brewers in attendance such as Adam Avery (of Avery Brewing), Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River Brewing, Rob Todd of Allagash, and Ron Gainsburg of Cascade. The night will also be the Seattle premiere of Victory Brewing’s Wild-Devil!

Merchany d’Vin presents Beers of Europe dinner hosted by Jhon Gilroy at the Taphouse Seattle.
Breweries featured: Orval, Ayinger, Samuel Smith’s, Traquir, Zatec, Lindemans. 7pm.

Herbert’s Legendary Ale – all day at Beveridge Place Pub
For the 10th anniversary of Herberts, 10 different versions were made at 10 different breweries and we’re getting the band back together!

Maibock-Yourbock-Uhrbock. Ambrosia Maibock, Oaked Ambrosia, Pandoras Bock, Woodruff Maibock at all three Elysian locations with Uli’s Maibock sausages. All three locations will be bocked out.

Stone Brewing Tasting 5 – 7pm at Full Throttle Bottles with Head Brewer Mitch Steele in attendance.

Full Sail Food Pairing and Beer Tasting with Brew Master John Harris at The Hop Vine. Time TBA

Allagash Brewing Tasting with Robb Todd at at Bottleworks.

Lazy Boy Meet the Brewer night 7pm.  Stop by the Fiddlers Inn for a pint of delicious Lazy Boy beer and meet the Owner / Brewer Shawn Loring.

Georgetown Brewings Bob’s Release – 6PM till whenever we blow 5 kegs. ALL proceeds go to Ronald McDonald House charities of Western Washington. at the Nickerson Street Saloon.

New Brewery Night at The Park Pub 6pm. Compare the newest brews and meet the newest brewers in town. Joel at Two Beers, Marcus at Schooner Exact, Alejandro from Big Al’s, and Josh from Chuckanut all will be present with 2-4 beers on tap each. There will be give-aways and shwagg available for purchase.”

7PM –Elysian Fields
Join us and our friends from New Belgium as our chefs at Fields put on a show.

1st Course- Duck Rillettes & Traditional accoutrements matched with New Belgium Trip II Citra hop belgian-style pale.
2nd Course- Seared Sea Scallops, ginger carrot cashew butter, lemon oil matched with Elysian Saison Poivre peppercorn saison.
3rd Course- Salad of bitter greens, lardons, Persille de Malzieu, warm bacon vinaigrette matched with New Belgium La Folie.
4th Course- Braised American Wagyu beef, root vegetable gratin, pickled onion matched with New Belgium Trip I Trippel/IPA
5th Course – Assorted truffles with coffee crème anglaise matched with Elysian Belgian Stout.

$75 including tax & tip, for reservations respond to this email or call 206-860-1920 from 9-5 PM M-F

Taco Thursday
at the Ravenna Alehouse with 12 Great Beers onTap.
2258 NE 65th Street

Skookum Brewers Night at Balefire

Victory Brewing Night at the Parkway Tavern in Tacoma.  Not all great beer places are just in Seattle!  Stop in at the Parkway in Tacoma for the  ONLY beer week event in Tacoma.  Steve German from Victory brewing will be showcasing his fine beers you all love – as well as some super rare and exclusive beers you have never had, but are sure to love!

Big Al Brewers Night at DC’s Bar & Grill in Renton 6pm – 9pm

Bayern Brewing Night at Lindas tavern Capitol hill will be featuring Bayern master brewer Thorsten Geuer tapping a full I/2 barrel cask of Bayern maibock on the patio from 6-9 pm

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Wednesday, May 13th – Here is a list of Seattle Beer Week events taking place today. For more information visit the official SBW Web site or the SBW blog.

Beer & Brat Tasting at Shultzy’s. Master sausage maker Don Shultze will make a special Hopwurst. A series of different sausages utilizing hops in the ingredients. All sausages will be paired with specially considered beers

Molyan’s Brewer Dinner with Denise Jones. 7pm – 10pm. Denise has prepared some very special kegs exclusively for this Seattle Beer Week event at Naked City. How ’bout these for a teaser. Wet Hopsickle ’08?, Cask Hopsickle?, Batch #1000 Double Scotch?, Freshie Kolschbier?, NOR CAL IPA?, Ryan Sullivan’s Imperial Stout?, Something special from the barrel? You’ll just have to come to Naked City and find out for yourself. One thing is for certain, you won’t be dissapointed!

The Avery Experience at Brouwer’s Cafe. Join Adam Avery at Brouwer’s Cafe for a night to try all 15 of his beers.
Avery Big Beers
1. Karma Ale – Belgian Pale Ale – 5.2% abv – 10 IBUs
2. White Rascal Belgian Wheat Ale – Belgian Wit – 5.6% abv – 10 IBUs
3. India Pale Ale – American IPA – 6.5% abv – 69 IBUs
Bigger Beers
4. Ale to the Chief – Presidential Pale Ale – 8.75% abv – 65 IBUs
5. Brabant Barrel-aged Wild Ale- 100% brett beer- 8.65% abv- 20 IBUs
6. FIFTEEN Anniversary Ale – 100% brett beer – 7.68% abv – 19 IBUs
The Holy Trinity of Ales
7. Salvation Belgian Golden Ale – Belgian Strong Golden Ale – 9% abv – 23 IBUs
8. The Reverend Belgian Quadrupel Ale – Belgian Dark Strong Ale – 10% abv – 18 IBUs
9. Hog Heaven Barleywine – American Barleywine – 9.2% abv – 104 IBUs
The Dictators Series
10. The Maharaja Imperial India Pale Ale 2009 – Imperial IPA – 10.27% abv – 102 IBUs
11. The Kaiser Imperial Oktoberfest 2008 – German Strong Lager – 10.03% abv – 24 IBUs
12. The Czar Imperial Stout 2004 – Russian Imperial Stout – 13.00% abv – 70 IBUs
The Demons of Ale
13. The Beast Grand Cru Ale 2004 Batch 1-Belgian Dark Strong Ale – 15.70% abv – 68 IBUs
14. Samael’s Oak-aged Ale 2005 Batch 1 – English Barleywine – 14.50% abv – 41 IBUs
15. Mephistopheles’ Stout 2008- Belgian Imperial Stout – 15.92% abv – 107 IBUs

All Beer Quiz Night at the Beveridge Place Pub 8pm
Think you’re a beer geek?  What style of beer is the city of Bamberg known for?  What was the first post-prohibition brewpub in the US?  Plus we’ll test your tastebuds, too!  Teams of up to six people, $2/person entry fee.  Drink beer – win moolah!

Capitol Hill pub crawl 6-10PM More details tba. Sponsered by Elysian Brewing.
Start at – 6:00pm Summit Tavern
6:45pm Stumbling Monk
7:30 Café Metropolitan
8:15 The Redwood
9:00 Linda’s
9:45 Barca
10:30 Finish at Elysian-Capitol Hill for late night Happy Hour.

Snoqualmie Falls Brewery Tasting 5-7pm at Full Throttle Bottles.

Imperial Porter School with Profesor/Brewmaster John Harris at the College Inn Pub Time TBA

New Belgium Beer, Chocolate and Cheese Pairing New Belgium’s Buffy the Beer Slayer will be hosting a beer, chocolate and cheese pairing with multiple specialty brews from their limited edition Lips of Faith beers at The Barking Dog.
starting at 7pm

Ayinger NightFeierabend German Pub and Restaurant in South Lake Union will have Gertrude from the Ayinger brewery from 7-9pm.  Stop in for a liter and say “hallo” All 3 available Ayinger biers will be on tap.

Stone Brewing Tasting at Portalis Wines. 6-9pm

Avery Brewing Tasting with Adam Avery at at Bottleworks.

Beer Trivia with Blind Tastings Hosted by Iron Horse Brewery at The Park Pub. Bring your drinking pants and tasting goggles.  Teams of 2-4 people with Standard beer nerd questions and four unmarked bottles to see who really knows there beer. Cash and prizes awarded!  Ross and Brewer Greg will be there from 7 – 10 with Multiple Iron Horse beers on tap and two different imperial beers on cask. Trivia starts at 9.”

Beer-paired, small plates, tasting bonanza in Little City, on Capitol Hill. hosted byCity Catering Company and Two Beers Brewery. Stop by the corner of 14th an E. Pine St. for a BBQ Pork slider paired with Two Beer’s IPA. City Catering will provide the bar menu. Two Beers will feature 4 selections from their brewery — including a top secret beer week taster. Taps open at 5:30 and close at 8:30.
City Catering Company: www.citycateringcompany.com
Two Beers Brewery: www.twobeersbrewery.com
Little City Event Space: www.littlecityseattle.com

Lazy Boy Brewing Pint Night at Nickerson Street Saloon in Fremont.  Shawn Loring the owner and brewer will be on hand from 6-8pm, with Lazy Boy IPA pint specials and prizes

Victory Brewing Night at the Collins Pub 4-6:30 – Stop in for some Victory beers and appitizers at Collins Pub.  Steve German from Downingtown Penn will be around to answer any questions about his fine ales and lagers from the east coast!

Victory Brewing Night at the Dog and Pony in Renton 7:30 Can’t make it to Seattle for some of the festivities, then this event is for you Stop in and sample some extremely rare and never-again-available beers from the Victory portfolio.  Steve German from Victory Brewing will be on hand from Downingtown Pennsylvania.

Soundkeeper Ale launch @ King’s Hardware. (6-9 PM) – Cold beer for $3 and skee ball to support the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance. Enough said.

Big Al Brewers Night at Longhorn BBQ in Auburn 6pm – 9pm

Big Sky Buck Hunter Tournament. at Jabu’s lower queen Anne is doing big sky buck hunter tournament with give aways from 6-9pm $3 Big Sky Moose Drools. To make tournament. reservations call 206-284-9093

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