Pint Points

  • Boundary Bay has partnered with Taylor Shellfish for a beer and shellfish pairing on Saturday, January 27. For $35, you can get unlimited clams, oysters by the half shell, and the perfect Boundary Bay beers to go with them.
  • Rumors have it that the former Green Frog will reopen, under a different name and with new owners, sometime mid-2018.
  • While Structures originally announced they would can their newest DDH FUZZ, after some quality control and tasting, they decided it was better to leave strictly on draft. Sounds like a good reason to visit Structures and stay for a beer.
  • May 1 is the tentative date for the Melvin Brewing taproom in Fairhaven opening. Look for it on 11th Street this spring.
  • The next Tap Trail map will hit streets in early March and our limited ad spots are filling up quick. Drop us a line to reserve one for your business.

-New Beers-

Boundary Bay Brewery

Frankie Sprinkles Triple IPA

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Made with experimental hops, and in honor of a brewer who is leaving Boundary Bay to raise his boys, the Frankie Sprinkles comes in at 12% ABV and 100+ IBUs.

Structures Brewing

DDH FUZZ IPA

Structures used their favorite blend of malts and Motueka and Amarillo hops for this version of their famous FUZZ.

Wander Brewing

Norwegian Farmhouse Ale

This new and maybe unfamiliar ale was brewed with friends of Wander, The Latona Pub. Using malt from Skagit Valley Malting and ‘kviek’ yeast from Imperial Yeast, this was brewed in an open Foeder. You can expect this rendition to have red apple, bright citrus and earthy floral notes.

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Layne Carter
Tap Trail's Assistant Editor, Layne Carter, grew up in Spokane, Washington but has spent the last five years in Bellingham studying journalism at WWU. When she’s not beertending around town, you can find her biking, drinking beer or biking to a number of local breweries for a beer.

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