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.
n 1972, Rick Fogel published a master’s thesis in the journal Nuclear Physics with a weighty title: “Measurements and Analysis of the 14N(d.n)150 Reaction at a Deuteron Energy of 5.16 MeV.”
And with that, he was on his way to a career in science. Fogel worked at the Pentagon for two years, but the work wasn’t satisfying.
The Queen Anne Beerhall is a little taste of Prague in Seattle.
Beer by the numbers at the No Anchor bar.
Miir in Seattle lets you give to charity by drinking your IPA.
A portion of the income from MiiR goes to help provide clean water, education and bicycles in underdeveloped nations, regardless of whether it makes a profit.
Crowlers (can-growlers) are 32-ounce aluminum cans of beer from a tap. Lighter than glass growlers, they’re machine sealed and last weeks in your fridge.
Washington is known for its beverages (coffee, anyone?), and one of those beverages is whiskey. Grey skies call for dark cocktails, after all.
Portland, Seattle and Vancouver all offer restaurant deals at city-wide dine-around events.