Pint Points

  • Next week Wander Brewing is releasing a collaboration with Redhook Brewing called Numbers before Names Belgian IPA. Brewed with a bunch of experimental hops. Redhook is celebrating its opening of the Capital Hill brewery in Seattle by collaborating with some of the region’s breweries. They have also done a collaboration with Aslan Brewing.
  • Structures Brewing released a new can yesterday called Who Goes There. Brewed with wheat, oats and spelt and hopped with Amarillo and Nelson. $18 a four pack and no limit Word is they might not make it until Sunday!
  • North Fork Brewery released a new branded growler! Head up 542 with your Passport and grab one.
  • Menace Brewing is building a beer garden on the Meridian side of the brewery.
  • Gruff Brewing is opening the grass area of their beer garden. They have a movie night scheduled in the coming weeks in that baller of a beer garden too.
  • Boundary says they are running out of CitraWeisse cans. Best get to buying before that tasty treat is gone!
  • Menace Brewing brewed up their first batch on their new 7BBl system
  • Elizabeth Station’s Fifth Annual Sour Fest is scheduled for July 29th. Tickets on sale now. Featured breweries: pFriem (Hood River, OR), de Garde (Tillamook, OR), Engine House No.9 (Tacoma, WA), Crooked Stave (Denver, CO), TRiNiTY (Colorado Springs, CO), and many more.
  • Recreation NW and Stones Throw are teaming up to throw a popup Beer Garden next weekend.
  • Schweinhaus Biergarten celebrates it’s Anniversary on July 22nd!

–New Beers–

Aslan Brewing

Tales of Ordinary Madness (IPA)

7.1% ABV // big body + orange notes + dank
An IPA brewed in collaboration with Reuben’s Brews. This IPA displays an intense resemblance to pulpless orange juice. A large addition of oats were used to further accentuate mouthfeel and add to its juicy character. Expect a smooth, pungent, and expressive IPA.

Gruff Brewing


ABV: 5.1%
IBU: 25
Grain: Skagit Valley Malting Violetta and Vienna
Guest Brewer: Noah Burns


This one is special because we used OBSIDIAN malt from Skagit Valley Malting.

Fairhaven Stones Throw Brewery