Pint Points

  • Remember to check out Aslan’s 4th Anniversary on Saturday, June 2! Two new can releases, the Ally Ale benefitting Northwest Youth Services, as well as Alligator Suitcase Double IPA. With musical performances and a visit from the Bellingham Circus Guild, helping Aslan ring in 4 years will be an event to remember.
  • Every weekend through Labor Day weekend, you can enjoy the Baker Brew Bus. Operating Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1-8 pm, for $10 daily passes, riders can stop at 9 different breweries in town. Check out their Instagram!
  • Wander kicked off Memorial Day weekend by hosting Icicle Brewing from Leavenworth, WA. Keep your eyes peeled for this trans-mountain collaboration!
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-New Beers-

Atwood Ales and North Fork Brewery

Alien Fingers Saison & Idaho Pale Ale

This one-of-a-kind saison is made with reishi mushrooms and is a collaboration between North Fork and Atwood Ales. They also released a collaborative pale ale made with potatoes and Idaho 7 hops!

Boundary Bay Brewery

BLIPA Flight #518

The BLIPA, a new series of tropical and juicy IPAs, takes off with Flight #518. Deviating from Boundary’s classic Northwest & West-Coast style IPAs, this nonstop tropical adventure arrives with an orange haze and evocative flavors of Hawaiian pineapple and papaya. So, sit back, relax and enjoy your beer.

Menace Brewing

Matt Shannon Mild

Named after many people’s favorite Bellingham beer drinker, this mild is a friendly 4.4% ABV.

Mosaic Pale

It’s finally the season for new beers featuring the refreshing and fruity mosaic hops. Tropical on the nose and citrusy on the finish, check out Menace’s latest pale ale.

Structures Brewing

Double can/bottle release!

Die in Haze

Die in Haze is Structures’ newest Triple IPA brewed with spelt, oats, Citra and Mosaic hops. Released in  $24 four packs today (Friday) at 3 pm, there is a limit to 4 four packs per person.

Sunday Juice

This beer is Structures’ best replication of a mimosa, everyone’s favorite Sunday drink. Priced at $15 a bottle, there will be a four bottle limit per person.

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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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