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  • Wander is keeping the collaborations coming and announced they are doing a beer with Steel and Oak Brewing Co. out of New Westminster, B.C. and Chuckanut Brewery. We’re all looking forward to the first weissbeer of the year.
  • Melvin Brewing is officially offering $5 off your order when you bring in a Mt. Baker lift ticket or season pass on Sundays– a perfect excuse for a post-shred brew.
  • If you’re at the Smash Life snowboard race at Alpental this weekend, you’ll get the chance to try the only available Smash Life IPA from Aslan. 100% of the proceeds from this beer go towards The A-Rob Plant a Seed Project, helping kids in need enjoy the mountains and an outdoor lifestyle. This beer will be available exclusively at this Snoqualmie Pass event.
  • Illuminati will begin hosting a weekly Jazz Jam on Thursdays from 5:30 to 8 pm, hosted by Jud Sherwood and will feature local and regional jazz musicians.
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-New Beers-

Aslan Brewing Co.

Stone Cold Pilsner

This brand new pilsner is soft and light and everything good. With accents of key limes and fresh lychee, it’s a refreshing branch out from a traditional pilsner. It is dry hopped with Barbe Rogue and Mistral hops and is 5% ABV.

Gruff Brewing

Gruff Lite American Pilsner

Gruff now makes your traditional party-time beer. This American pilsner is 4% ABV and is everything you want in a good ol’ fashioned pilsner; light with a very high drinkability factor.

Kulshan Brewing

Black Gold Schwarzbier

 Franconian Schwarzbeir is light to the taste. A pleasant malt character supports a surprisingly light and refreshing hop profile, showcasing the spicy and floral distinctiveness of German Tettnang Tettnanger. Balanced hop bitterness slowly fades into a finish of subtle roast and coffee bean.

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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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