Pint Points

  • Stay tuned for Aslan releasing details on their new location, the Aslan Depot on N. State Street.
  • Wander’s new 32 oz Crowlers (can-growlers) went live this week. Check out the newest way to take beer to go.
  • Melvin Brewing Bellingham brewed their first four batches this week and we are counting down the days until we can try the first Melvingham brews.
  • You can finally rep Illuminati Brewing Company’s sweet logo on their new shirts, out today and available only at the brewery.
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-New Beers-

Boundary Bay Brewery

Small Talk Holiday Tart

This kettle-brewed sour is made with German Hersbrucker hops and four different varieties of malt from Skagit Valley Malting; Vienna, Violetta, Copeland and Wheat. It’s tart with notes of cranberry and cherry and made with water from the Lake Whatcom Watershed and the Boundary Sourpuss yeast culture. At 6 IBU and 4.9% ABV, it’s sure to be a great balance of earthy, tart, and the perfect amount of dry.

Gruff Brewing Co.

Amber Ale

From basement to brewery, this amber is medium bodied with light bitterness. A slightly sweet and biscuity Amber has tones of almond, toasted malt, and caramel. 5.8% ABV

Illuminati Brewing Company

Green Monster New England Style IPA

This beer is made with nine varieties of hops weighing in at nearly seven pounds per barrel.  With tropical fruit and floral aromas, the Green Monster is a hazy, East Coast IPA.

 

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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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