- Twin Sisters Brewing is now open! Open everyday from 5pm to 9pm pouring their first three new beers. Go welcome them to the community! They’ll be on this fall’s Tap Trail Passport.
- Bellingham’s Brewery onslaught continues! Hoppa Brewing, is finalizing a lease in the Roosevelt neighorhood. We’ll share the address and details soon!
- Hops and Headz has changed ownership, but will continue to operate as normal
- Aslan Brewing is set to release 4 new canned beers in August!
- Aslan’s Disco Lemonade is now available in syrup made with local blueberries.
- Bellingham Cider Company has begun building its patio. Soon you’ll be able to sit outside in this awesome weather overlooking Maritime Heritage Park!
- Gruff Brewing has it’s 007 back on tap and while you’re there, grab some of their awesome new merch.
- Get ready for Sour Fest at Elizabeth Station this weekend!
- Overflow Taps is hosting a Water for Wells for Water Block Party on Saturday. Come have a good time for a good cause.
- Bellingham’s next cider company, Herb’s Hard Cider, is making progress on its production space. The tap room on Bay St, will open soon-ish. Herb’s will also be on this fall’s Tap Trail Passport.
Not actually juicy. Just a play on a buzz word. And while not juicy, it’s brewed with oats and specialty malts before be “rested” on a bunch of Guatemalan coffee from Onyx Coffee
Brutus the Dry