Check out this list of bars, pubs and lounges that not only makes local brews and liquors, but also serve them in a fun and casual setting.
Lunar New Year, model trains, wine and whiskey, boats and films…. Looking for something to do this weekend? Kick off your February with one or more of these great activities!
This Wednesday and Thursday, August 8 and 9, it’s the NW Distillery and Cocktail Festival at Sodo Park. The Northwest Distillery and Cocktail Festival presents the largest gathering of distillers, cocktail enthusiasts and mixologists in the state of Washington. You’ll find the finest in artisanal spirits and craft bartending in the NW region.
Wondering what to do with Dad on Father’s Day weekend? How about a drive to Woodinville for wine, beer and spirits tasting? Plus take tours of two of Western Washington’s five distilleries.
Since 2008, Washington has allowed small-scale distillers to sell and offer samples of their spirits if at least half the ingredients were sourced in WA. Now with I-1183, beginning March 1, Washington’s small distilleries are able to self-distribute to local restaurants and bars. The Seattle area is filled with great distilleries. Here are some of our favorites.
Washington’s craft distillers are finding themselves in a state of limbo following a judge’s ruling last week that could derail the voter-approved initiative that requires the state to get out of the liquor business.