Chad with Wander's new bottling line.

Chad with Wander’s new bottling line.

It’s been another week of craft beer greatness on the Tap Trail. A new brewery opened and more beers hit our taps. With all this new beer our breweries are in need of more help. And we’re not talking just help drinking it.

Need a job? Kulshan and Wander are both hiring new brewery positions.

Also, Wander had their new bottling line delivered from Pasco. No doubt, that means more bottles from their Barrel Project.

Aslan’s Head Brewer, Frank Trosset teamed up with North Fork’s Head Brewer Eric Jorgenson for a collaboration beer and it looks tasty. It’ll be tapped at next weekend’s

Frank (r) and Eric (l)

Frank (l) and Eric (r)

Collaboration Beer Festival in Seattle. Those two have put together a beer that sounds like it perfectly represents them as distinctive brewers. It’s a dry hopped (Frank) sour (Eric.)

Tap Trail went international, again! We traveled to the UK and Scotland and got to taste Brew Dog’s fine beers.

As always, keep up with all the awesome events on our Beer Events Calendar. And now, your weekly tap update…

Boundary Bay Brewery

2016 Dry Hopped ESB

Screenshot_2016-04-15-08-17-3245IBUs 6.3%ABV

Available in 22s and on tap today!






Structures Brewing

James and Max announced two new amazing beers that will be released at April Brews Fest on 4/30.

Look at these beauts

Kulshan Brewing

12916933_933624930068612_3400517665748959512_oBrewer’s Select No. 6 — Export Saison

ABV: 7.5% — IBU: 35
This beauty has strong fruit notes, and is brewed with imported yeast strains from the Wallonia region of Belgium