Pint Points

  • As we enter March, mark your calendars for the Atwood Ales beer pairing dinner at The Vault in Blaine, WA. This 5 course, 5 beer event is on March 31 from 5-8 PM. Tickets are $55 and reservations are required.
  • Don’t miss the Depot Comedy Club this Sunday at the Aslan Depot. Tickets are $10 and the show starts at 7 pm. Walk up tickets are available but expect a big crowd; it would be smart to get tickets ahead of time using this link!
  • Join Boundary Bay and the Bellingham Roller Betties on Sunday, March 3 in the Mountain Room for the release party of the Insubordination IPA and the Roller Betties’ Season 12 kick- off!
  • The Washington Beer Open House is this Saturday from 12-5 and Kulshan is opening it’s doors for tours and beer tastings at both locations, as well as releasing a new beer. Wander is also doing tours of the brewery and their barrel den from 1-3 pm- don’t miss it!
  • Lost Giants flipped around their infusion from the last couple weeks and this week is infusing their Jalapeño Cucumber Cider with pineapple, sounds delicious!
  • New FUZZ IPA from Structures is available now, it goes quick so get there as soon as you can, Bellingham.

-New Pints-

Aslan Brewing, The North Fork Brewery, & Matchless Brewing

Stranger In The Alps

This very limited collaboration beer was brewed at Matchless Brewing along with Aslan and The North Fork Brewery. It’s a hop weiss style ale (hoppy hefe for short) available on draft and in cans at the participating breweries.

Herb’s Cider

Cidré Aardbei

After 7 months of aging, Herb’s is releasing their first lambic-style cider. We’ve heard it’s a great crossover for beer drinkers, so get it before it’s gone!

Illuminati Brewing Company

No Deal Brexit- British IPA

Hopped with Galaxy and Belma then generously dry hopped with pure lupulin powder, the No Deal Brexit has a very forward aroma that is dank and earthy. Brewed entirely with @skagitvalleymaltingthat make this beer nicely balanced and a great alternative to the American style.

7% ABV

Kulshan Brewing Co.

Migration Tripel

Kulshan’s take on the simple and classic style pioneered by Westmalle Abbey brewery in Belgium, this beer is delicate, nuanced, and delicious. A rich and bready malt body is the centerpiece of this beer, complemented by light orchard fruit accents and pleasant floral and spicy hop notes. Light in body but with a slightly sweet finish, this beer epitomizes balance, and is a tribute to the rich and time-honored Belgian Trappist brewing tradition.