Beer Hunting

Seattle’s Best Tap Handles

Seattle’s Best Tap Handles

Sometimes the beer experience extends all the way to the lever you pull to dispense it.

 

Courtesy of Flying Lion Brewery

Are Breweries Moving Into the South End a Good Thing?

The owners say the are trying to do right, but questions about gentrification are inevitable.

 

Dawn Perry and Russ Cornell work the tap room at Floating Bridge. Courtesy of Floating Bridge Brewing

After Saying ‘I Do,’ These Couples Started to Brew

How do they make it work? Division of labor.

 

Cloudburst founder Steve Luke. Photo by Megan Swann

Cloudburst Brewing Can’t Stop Making New Wet-Hop Beers

The Seattle outfit is making the most of its relationships with farmers and other breweries.

Cloudburst founder Steve Luke. Photo by Megan Swann
Hey O’Doul’s: It’s not you, it’s us.

Is N/A Body Making Good Non-Alcoholic Beer?

Local brewers say the process is too expensive and margins too small to make craft non-alcoholic beer worth it.

Hey O’Doul’s: It’s not you, it’s us.
Seattle’s New Beer of the Summer

Seattle’s New Beer of the Summer

Move over Fremont Summer Ale. The Grapefruit IPA has arrived.

Seattle’s New Beer of the Summer
Lucky Envelope once made a ramen beer. It was “unsurprisingly dumped.” Courtesy of Lucky Envelope Brewing

Bacon Ale? Weird Beers that Didn’t Make the Cut at Local Breweries

Sometimes brewers have to try new things.

Lucky Envelope once made a ramen beer. It was “unsurprisingly dumped.” Courtesy of Lucky Envelope Brewing
Courtesy of Pike Brewing Company

Pike Brewing Company Gets Refined With Tankard & Tun

Located above the storied brewery, the new locale provides an elevated experience.

Courtesy of Pike Brewing Company
Workers at Lucky Envelope, where co-founder Barry Chan enjoys putting “new, weird, and exciting ingredients in a beer to change the drinking experience.” Courtesy Lucky Envelope Brewing

Why Does Craft Brewing Keep Growing?

We asked the experts.

Workers at Lucky Envelope, where co-founder Barry Chan enjoys putting “new, weird, and exciting ingredients in a beer to change the drinking experience.” Courtesy Lucky Envelope Brewing
Manny Chao says “proper maintenance is key.” Photo by Lindsey Yamada

For Local Breweries and Bars, Summer Can Spell Trouble

Here is how they keep that refreshing beer from turning warm and foamy.

Manny Chao says “proper maintenance is key.” Photo by Lindsey Yamada
Photo by Joe Mabel

Two Years After Selling to Anheuser-Busch, Elysian Soldiers On

Numerous remodels and national distribution are in the near future.

Photo by Joe Mabel
The cast of ‘Lost Falls.’ Courtesy of Cafe Nordo

A Beer Mystery in Pioneer Square

In its latest production, Cafe Nordo offers up just what the beer drinker should be looking for.

The cast of ‘Lost Falls.’ Courtesy of Cafe Nordo
This is where it all begins. Courtesy of Flatstick Pub

Seven Days of Suds and Fun

Seattle Beer Week has become a family reunion of brewers—but strangers are more than welcome.

This is where it all begins. Courtesy of Flatstick Pub
Photo by Jacob Uitti

The Eastlake Zoo Is a Game Bar Like No Other

Well-worn, the longtime tavern is expansively cozy and a hell of a lot of fun.

Photo by Jacob Uitti
Photo by Visitor7/Wikimedia

The Hows and Whys of Hops

You’re going to drink it. You may as well know something about it.

Photo by Visitor7/Wikimedia
Courtesy of Mac & Jack’s

Mac & Jack’s Is Not Just Its African Amber

There is more going on at the Seattle brewer than what shows up on your favorite bar’s tap handles.

Courtesy of Mac & Jack’s
[flipp]