Food+Drink

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Washington is Beer Central

Washington is Beeradise

From hop farms to breweries to colleges to pubs, Washington is arguably the top state for all things beer. As you cross the Evergreen State, you can participate in the harvest of beer’s best ingredients and sip some of the most iconic and diverse brews available. Join us as we check out Washington’s up-and-coming beer town, Bellingham, discover just how important this state is to the cutting edge of the brewing industry, and learn how beer might just change the world.

New Breakthroughs in Washington Apples

Farm to Table: Apples

If apples are your thing, Washington is your place. In this state, the produce is delicious and the stats juicy. According to the Washington Apple Commission, on average Washington grows 125 million boxes (or 2.5 million tons) of apples each year, which get exported to sixty-plus countries.

DRY Sparkling

Gastronomy: DRY Sparkling

Sharelle Klaus had four kids under the age of 7 when she founded DRY Sparkling in 2005. At least part of the reason was the lack of interesting non-alcoholic options available.

Hood to Coast Washington

Hood to Coast Washington

Here, visitors can connect to nature, breathe ocean air and dine in a variety of great restaurants, all within a five-minute sprint on eco-friendly boardwalks and paths comprised of reclaimed crushed oyster shells.

Washington Farm to Table: Mushrooms

Launched in 2001, Foraged and Found Edibles now supplies wild mushrooms, greens, berries and teas to hundreds of restaurants and markets around the country.