- Thank you for an amazing Bellingham Beer Week! We hope you had as much fun as we did.
- Wander’s Anniversary Weekend kicks off today, starting at noon check out some special surprises in cans and on draft.
- Congratulations to Chuckanut, Boundary and Aslan on winning Gold for the pilsner and kolsch at the World Beer Awards! (More to come!)
- Keep your eyes peeled on the mountain biking trails for some Stones Throw beer tokens hidden around Galbraith!
- Atwood Ales will have the opportunity for you to tour their unique farmhouse brewery on May 20. Check out their website for more details and tour times. Tours will be limited to 20 people per time slot.
- On Saturday May 12, Beer+Yoga comes to K2 for an all-levels class followed by beers in the taproom. Click here to reserve your spot.
- Keep your eyes peeled for a new can release from Structures on Saturday, May 5. Structures has also switched over to their summer hours! Check out their Instagram for details.
- May the Fourth be with you! Today, May 4, enjoy $3 pints of Millennium Falcon IPA and Boardwalk Empire (Strikes Back) IPA from Illuminati!
Bowlegged Blueberry Sour
This beer is… purple. Brewed with Lactobacillus, Brettanomyces, organic blueberry juice from Bow Hill Blueberries, and aged in oak barrels for four months. The resulting purple beer has mild berry, funk and oak flavors and an approachable level of sourness. Brewed in Whatcom County with 100% estate hops, 100% Skagit Valley malt and 100% Skagit Valley blueberries.
Brownton Morning Brown Ale with Coffee
Is it the beer, or is it the coffee? That is the question. A big, balanced, brown ale with roast, toast and caramel flavors from the… malts? Or are they from the coffee? What about the light, fruity notes from the… yeast? Or the coffee? Whatever the case may be, it tastes like a good morning. This beer features cold brewed “Bellingham Bay Blend” from Bellingham Coffee Roasters.
1918 Dubbel Centennial
Atwood’s farmhouse turns 100 this year! This also happens to be their 100th brew. To celebrate the “hundreds” of accomplishments of both our farmhouse and their brewhouse, Atwood brewed this “dubbel centennial” abbey-style ale, using Belgian and Skagit Valley malts, our estate-grown Centennial hops and a fresh pitch of Trappist ale yeast. 1918 is a malt-forward beer with dark fruit and caramel notes, light fruity esters and phenols, and a light, dry finish. Cheers to another 100 years and another 100 beers!
Chuckanut Brewery’s Maibock recipe was inspired by the blonde German style of spring Bock. Traditionally, every cold season would bring a new variety of Bock, with each beer carrying a different color and strength to vary in rhythm with the season. By May (Mai in German), it was still too cold for outdoor activities in Germany, but since the days were becoming longer and lighter, the beer followed suit. Chuckanut’s Maibock is a golden color but still full in body with lots of malt. The Maibock pairs nicely with roasted pork, potatoes, and even desserts such as crème brulee!
Kulshan Brewing Co.
Greenwood Summer Ale
With notes of citrus and tropical fruit, community favorite Greenwood Summer Ale is back on tap for the season at Kulshan. This pairs perfectly with their outdoor beer garden.
Stones Throw Brewery
Brewed specially for their last block party, Stones Throw made this delicious brew with Mt. Hood hops and Violetta Pilsner malt. With a light, sessionable body, you may taste herbal notes and slight spice from the hops and notes of honey in the hazy straw body.
5.2% ABV and 26 IBU
Insomnia Coffee, Vanilla, Oat Porter
Brewed with their friends at Onyx Coffee and Caramel Triticale malt from Skagit Valley Malting, this rich and full bodied porter can now be found on draft at Structures. Get it before it’s gone!