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Seattle brewery recos

Post by Cabin Joe » Wed Jul 16, 2014 4:57 am

Heading out to Seattle tonight. Any recos on breweries to tour?

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Post by cornixt » Fri Jul 18, 2014 11:38 am

I don't know of any that have specific tours except Red Hook, but I'm sure that loads do. Pike Place brewery has decent beers and is easy to get to.

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Post by vjboxer » Tue Aug 26, 2014 5:00 am

Freemont and Black Raven. (Might be a month or so late responding.)
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Post by speed » Tue Aug 26, 2014 6:04 pm

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Post by Cabin Joe » Wed Sep 10, 2014 6:20 pm

Had lots of IPA's while there. Only made it to Peddler Brewing in Ballard. Cool kind of bike shop/kind of brewery. $4 beers and had a good selection. Only had one (can't recall what it was now) b/c I had to drive. Red Hook didn't make the cut. Did make it to Elysian and Snoqualmine Falls Brewing too. Elysian was impressive, Snoq. didn't stand out, but if you're in the town it's worth a stop.

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Post by KTbrew » Wed Sep 17, 2014 6:00 pm

Sorry I didn't catch this before your trip. I know Seattle pretty well. There are some other cool beer places near Elysian. Did you by any chance stop by The Pine Box? It's walking distance and awesome. Two Beers is a brewery that is worth a visit. I believe they have two locations now. Also, while you were at Peddlers you were with a block of two other breweries. Hilliard's and Northwest Peaks. I really like Hilliards.

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Post by Atif » Thu Apr 09, 2015 12:49 am

Does anyone have a problem with having CaraPils and CaraAroma in the same beer? It seems like the two might compliment each other.

CaraAroma: Imparts fuller body and improved malt aroma.

CaraPils: Increases foam, improves head retention and enhances mouth feel without adding flavor or color to your beer.

An upcoming DIPA calls for 6 ounces of Crystal 40 and I have CaraAroma on hand. It's a 6 gallon batch.

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Post by maybock » Fri Jun 19, 2015 7:43 pm

Atif wrote:Does anyone have a problem with having CaraPils and CaraAroma in the same beer? It seems like the two might compliment each other.

CaraAroma: Imparts fuller body and improved malt aroma.

CaraPils: Increases foam, improves head retention and enhances mouth feel without adding flavor or color to your beer.

An upcoming DIPA calls for 6 ounces of Crystal 40 and I have CaraAroma on hand. It's a 6 gallon batch.
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