August is going to be a very busy month for the Tap Trail.

We just started assembling the ingredients to the 2015 Fall/Winter printed map for Bellingham and we have a lot of big things in the works for Bellingham and beyond! If you want to get in on some pretty great advertising options, now is the time to get ahold of us.

July was a great month for the Tap Trail, but also for craft beer as a whole. We’re recapping the most popular articles for July and we’ve already started building some amazing things for August.

#1 – Bellingham Ranked as Snobbiest Beer City in US

We got a huge response from this article, and for good reason. Is Bellingham the snobbiest beer city in the US?

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#2 – What proposed Bellingham Brewery are you Most Excited For?

There is a lot of action in the new brewery scene in Bellingham. This article gave you the option to vote for your favorite. Current leader is Bellingham Beer Lab which works out great since their Kickstarter campaign was successfully funded just last night!

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#3 – Structures Brewing Update in Pictures

I saw the Structures team last night at The Local and they are kicking some ass in the building phase of the brewery. We’re looking at a January opening for this small brewery. Get your growlers ready!

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#4 – Washington States Top 25 Producing Breweries

Beer is big in WA State. This list shows all the top producing breweries in the state and Boundary Bay Brewing made the list this year. I’m guessing we’ll have a couple on that list next year with the recent expansions of both Kulshan Brewing and Aslan Brewing.

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#5 – Boundary Bay Brewery now in its 20th year, stronger than ever

Speaking of Boundary Bay….. This article by Scott Pelton outlines Bellingham’s oldest brewery and explains how awesome this place has been for beer lovers and the community in general. They are truly the foundation of Bellingham’s booming beer industry.