A brief hiatus?

Hello Traveling Brewson followers!  I just wanted to touch base and apologize for my brief hiatus away from the blogging. If you follow me on twitter, or instagram you will know that I haven’t stopped drinking beer or visiting all of the best local breweries.  This weekend I am heading over to Seattle, WA for a weekend trip and I plan on checking out a few new breweries. With that said according to Washington Beer (www.washingtonbeer.com) there are over 90 different local breweries in the Seattle and King County area.  Of course I’ve been to a few of the staples such as Elysian, Pyramid, and Pike Brewing. Do you have any favorite Seattle breweries?

According to the recent Draft Magazine and their list of America’s 100 best beer bars, Seattle has a good amount of the bars listed out of the Pacific North West. I’m hoping to make a pit stop and check out a beer bar that has a variety of beer. I was looking into Beveridge Place Pub which is listed to have 36-tap draft list that is changing weekly.

Keep an open for some new posts and as always don’t forget to connect on social media.

 

2 Comments

  1. If you make it out to the Olympic peninsula check out port Townsend brewery. They have a killer scotch ale. Snoqualmie Falls has a cool brewery outside of Seattle and at the snoqualmie pass exit, Dru Bru has a decent selection of German inspired beers. Nice and clean, crisp brews. I enjoyed there Alt

    1. Thanks for the comment Wes! I have yet to visit Townsend Brewery or Dru Bru. I agree with you on the selection of beer at Snoqualmie Falls — they also have amazing pizza.

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