Tap Roundup 10/11

By |2019-10-11T14:06:29+00:00October 10th, 2019|

Pint Points

  • Aslan is hosting their Oktoberfest at the Depot location this Saturday at 1 pm! Don’t miss out on beers from some of your German favorites. There will be real steins available at the door, too. Prost!
  • Boundary Bay hosts Pumpkin Fest this Sunday in the Mountain Room! They’ll have pumpkin carving, fall-themed fun and Hocus Pocus on the big screen. This event is family friendly and bound to be a blast.
  • If you didn’t know, Kulshan’s pumpkin sale 100% benefits the Bellingham Food Bank! If you need a pumpkin for carving or your next pumpkin pie, your purchase could help feed a family in Whatcom County. Cheers to that!
  • Lost Giants’ weekly infusion is a repeat of the recent black currant but with a little rosemary added for some extra pizzazz.

-New Pints-

GRUFF Brewing Co.

22 Mile Fresh Hop

GRUFF’s fresh hop creation  was made with 7 hop strains from @valleyfarmstead and has a crisp balance of earthy bites and subtle citrus notes.

7.6% ABV

Stemma Brewing Co.

Reaching High Mosaic Fresh Hop IPA

Featuring 100 lbs of fresh mosaic hops from Perrault Farms. Soft and forward aromas of ripe tangerine and peach, followed by a medium bitterness make this American IPA an easy drinker. This beer is being sold in support of @skookumkids and we will be donating $1 per fresh hop pint sold toward helping them repair foster care.

6.5% ABV

Kold As Kolsch

A cold beer that drinks all year. This light-bodied, crisp Kölsch was brewed with German style yeast and hops, also featuring 100% @skagitvalleymalting that lends a soft and sweet flavor and mouthfeel.

6% ABV

North Fork Brewery

On Tuesday, brewer Eric Jorgensen put on 5, yes five, new beers. Make sure you check out:

Pedro’s Pumpkin Ale #3

Lousy With Cats ‘19 local fresh hop

Unfrozen Caveman ‘18 local fresh hop

Fresh Rhymes ‘19 Amarillo fresh hop

 Red IPA ‘19 Idaho 7 fresh hop

Sounds like 5 good reasons to head east for lunch this weekend!

Wander Brewing

American Scream IPA

Get ready. The American Scream IPA, fermented with 100% local Whatcom raspberries, will be here today (Friday) when Wander opens. Don’t miss out.

About the Author:

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.