Brewery Building Backstories: Fairhaven Stones Throw

This is the second installment in our series on the history behind the local brewery buildings. What story do these buildings tell? Why did these brewers choose them as the location for their own stories? Previously we learned about Bellingham’s flagship brewery, Boundary Bay. Today we head south along the bay [...]

Brewery Building Backstories: Fairhaven Stones Throw2018-10-18T13:21:15-07:00

Checking in with Garden Path Fermentation

Thirty miles south of Bellingham, Washington, where you find fresh air from the Salish Sea converging with alluvial soil and glacial water flowing from the rugged and volcanic North Cascades, a zymological wonder is in the works. It has taken more than a year, but Garden Path Fermentation has finally landed [...]

Checking in with Garden Path Fermentation2018-10-18T13:21:18-07:00

Brewery Building Backstories: Boundary Bay

The resurrection of craft beer – after its Prohibition-induced death – is still in the fairly recent past. Fritz Maytag bought Anchor Brewing Company in 1965, Jack McAuliffe started New Albion in 1976, and Sierra Nevada brewed its first batch of Pale Ale exactly 37 years ago, in November of 1980. [...]

Brewery Building Backstories: Boundary Bay2018-10-18T13:21:19-07:00
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