Join us at Lowercase Brewing as we raise our beers for our four-legged PAWS friends.
Friendly/social dogs are welcome!
If it’s nice out, Lowercase will even open up the garage door to additional outdoor seating.
The owners will talk to us about their beer and brewery and we’ll maybe even watch an amazing short video about how their brewery came together.
8103 8th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108
Wed June 18, 2014
p.s. This is a female only event, but male DD’s are welcome
Join Barley’s Angels Seattle at The Third Annual Women in Beer Thirsty Sisters Event!
This year’s event will take place Monday May 12, 2014. This is a food and beer tasting event, open to the general public (women encouraged, men welcome!). We will be celebrating women in beer: drinking beer, spirit and wine brewed by women, and tasting food created and cooked by women-owned businesses.
Barley’s Angels Seattle has been invited to be part of this amazing event! A couple home-brewing Angels will be offering up their home brew! We will also share a table with The Beeroness who will have some of her delicious food made with beer. Be sure to look for us!
Beers we will be offering:
Manolo IPA – Brewed by Courtney Merino (Angel & self-employed graphic designer)
Rapture Red – Brewed by Valerie Myers (Angel & CPA at NewParadigmUS)
Your ticket ($35) entitles you to all food samples and 10 tickets for alcoholic beverage pours. (Additional drink tickets can be purchased at the event)
Tickets can be purchased here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/620166
The Pike Brewing Company, The Ram in Puyallup, Peddlers Brewing, Populuxe, Island Hoppin’ Brewery, DerBlokken Brewery, Airways Brewing Company, Elysian, Spinnaker Bay Brewing, New Belgium, Stoup Brewing, Deschutes Brewery, Finnriver Farm Cidery, Sky River Brewing, Full Throttle Bottles, Copperworks, Brovo Spirits, Farmbox Greens, Taylor Shellfish, Bravehorse, Andaluca, Café Lago, Glendale Shepherd Cheese, Mt. Townsend Creamery, Cherry Valley Dairy, Tease Chocolates, Social Ice Cream, Luv Macaroons, Barley’s Angels Seattle
Please note – this event is for ages 21+
Barley’s Angels Seattle has its inaugural event yesterday at Big Al Brewing in South Seattle.
Was it a successful beer event? Hell yeah it was!
We had guest speaker Jackie Dodd of The Beeroness come speak to us about cooking with beer. She also brought with her some craft beer cinnamon rolls made with coffee stout from Seattle’s own Elysian Brewing Company. (Can you say Tasty?!) Big Al himself talked to us about 5 different beers we tried, ranging from Pales on up to the extremely hoppy Hop Villain Cascadian Dark Ale. It was a great turn out with a lot of amazing ladies! The fun didn’t stop till closing, and even then we didn’t want to leave. I can’t wait for our next event! We will be at Seattle Beer Week May 12 at Pike Place Brewing but we are also currently working on another event that might even happen before that. Stay tuned and in the meantime, enjoy a beer!
Beer food with The Beeroness and beer tasting with Big Al Brewing
(learn more here: www.thebeeroness.com
Price: $12 and includes food and beer tasters (Additional beers can be purchased downstairs.)
The Beeroness will give us an overview of cooking with beer as we enjoy a delicious dish made by the Beeroness herself. We will also enjoy 5 different tasters of Big Al’s beer. And because we are extremely lucky, Big Al himself will join us and discuss the beers that we will be drinking.
There will be raffles and prizes!
Note: Barley’s Angels is a group for women focused on craft beer. If your male significant others want to come along, leave them downstairs in the tasting room. They will be well taken care of 🙂
The Seattle Seahawks brought home a Super Bowl Championship and a Lombardi Trophy. Because of this, Elysian Brewing Company is bringing Seattle Class Craft Beer to Colorado. Read the full story and press release over at the Washington Beer blog.
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A Super Bowl champion and Lombardi Trophy won’t be the only things on the line come this Sunday.
From local breweries to public libraries, businesses and organizations in Washington and Colorado are placing some serious Superbowl bets on who will arise as number one.
- The winning brewery will fly out (at the losing brewery’s expense) and take over the losing brewery.
- The winning brewery will craft a victory beer of their choosing and serve it at the losing bar.
- The losing bar must also fly the winning team’s flag at their bar for two weeks or until the victors beer runs out, whichever happens first.
Co-founder of Elysian David Buhler had this to say. “I cannot wait to see the Seahawks flag raised in Colorado. The NFL’s top-ranked defense against the top-ranked offense makes this one of the most epic Super Bowl games ever. But the Hawks secondary is going to dismantle Manning and our offense will be in Beast Mode.”
West Flanders head brewer Brian Lutz. responded by saying “I already have the Broncos flag folded up in a Fed Ex envelope with Elysian’s address. The Seahawks are a great team, but Manning and the Broncos are gonna stampede to victory in New Jersey.”
West Flanders co-founder Mark Heinritz did have a couple nice things to say about Washington state. “The state of Washington has excellent breweries, incredible hop fields, and the second-best football team in the NFL,” but ended that thought with “the Broncos will beat the Seahawks.”
2.) Another one of the Superbowl bets are between the Better Business Bureaus of Western Washington and Denver/Boulder. It’s a popularity contest. The BBB with the most Facebook likes on certain posts by kick-off wins. The losing BBB’s CEO will wear the winning BBB’s team colors next week after the game.
3.) As a great way to take the energy we have around our amazing Seahawks and turn it into something great for our community, the United Methodist Churches of Seattle and Denver are having a food-drive challenge leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII. To learn more or contribute, click here.
4.) The Seattle and Denver Art Museums are placing their Superbowl bets too. The losing museum must release a work of art to the winning museum. Both museums have offered a work of art and are leaving the artwork’s fate in the hands of their respective teams.
5.) A recruiting battle has begun between the Seattle Army Recruiting Battalion and the Denver Army Recruiting Battalion. For one week leading up to Superbowl, the battalion with the fewest recruit commitments will have to take a picture in front of the Seahawks or Broncos stadium wearing the opposing team’s gear. If the Seahawks win, the Seattle battalion will be sent either a batch of green chile or some elk or buffalo jerky. If the Broncos win, the Denver Army Recruiting Battalion will receive five pounds of Seattle’s Best or Starbucks coffee.
I don’t know about you guys, but I sure can’t wait to see these Superbowl bets play out and see Seahawks flags and gear all over Colorado for the week following the Superbowl. And I’m even from Colorado. Now with that said, GO HAWKS!
Confused by the brewing process?
The brewing process can sometimes be very complicated and other times, quite straight forward. What’s awesome is when a successful beer company like Ninkasi shares their process with beer lovers alike. They aren’t passing on their recipes (they need to stay unique somehow, right?) but they did create an amazing infographic showing their brewing process from beginning to end. And when I say beginning to end, I don’t mean from boiling water to final beer, I mean from the very beginning to the very, very end. From when hops are still happy little nuggets on a vine, to when the final beer arrives at your neighborhood bar in your hand ready to be drank!
As a homebrewer, I find it exciting to see the brewing process I am doing, only on a much bigger scale (and with obviously a great brewery attached to it). Check out this brewing process inforgraphic and see if you can follow along.
Ah yes, it’s indeed a monday. Time to clean up after a weekend of rain, wind, and football in Seattle. (Though what a great weekend it was!) Luckily local store owner and soap maker Shelly Holbrook-Ebeling has made getting clean fun again with handmade beer soap!
Check out her Brewhouse of soaps made from actual beer! With soaps like Raspberry Porter Beer Soap and Spiced Honey Ale Beer Soap, I’m not sure whether to get lathered up with them or eat them! (though I have been informed that lathering is probably the best option). And if awesome beer soap isn’t enough for you, she also has limited edition Seattle Seahawks hand soap!
(Mention Barleys Angels when you make a beer soap or Seahawks purchase and receive half off your ticket to our next beer event!)
Who else is stupid excited for the Seahawks versus Saints game tomorrow? Obviously its not just me because our own senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell plan to wager craft beer on Seahawks game! According to a press release from Murray’s office, the losing team’s senator will provide the winning senators with oysters and beer from their home state. Sens. Murray and Cantwell have already offered up our very own locally brewed Pike Place Ale and oysters from Taylor Shellfish Farms, while Landrieu put charboiled oysters and Abita Amber beer on the line.
Senator Murray was quoted saying “I’m very confident going into Saturday knowing that the 12th man will be out in full force. In fact, in the spirit of good old-fashioned Senatorial courtesy, I told Senator Landrieu to keep the mute button handy if she doesn’t want it to sound like 67,000 of our die-hard fans are in her living room. But I don’t expect Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson, Earl Thomas or any Hawk to extend any courtesies to the Saints, and I’m looking forward to seeing how Louisiana’s well-seasoned seafood stacks up with the natural bounty of the Pacific Northwest.”
Senator Cantwell defended the food and brew from Seattle: “Not only does Washington state have one of the NFL’s premier football teams, but our seafood and craft brewing industries are second to none,” Cantwell said.