Tap Roundup – 8/11




  • Washington Collaboration Fest is on August 19th. A handful of Bellingham breweries are brewing up delicious goodness for it. Check the list here.
  • Wander Brewing is releasing Yummy Bits on 8/15, next week, in cans and on draft. Double Dry Hopped IPA, brewed with Citra Hops and Peaches.
  • Aslan head brewer, Frank Trosset, got his hands on some organic peaches recently. Keep an eye out for what he creates with them.
  • Structures is releasing cans of Juice on Juice this Saturday. The release will be accompanied by the Big Trouble Food Truck, the current belle of Bellingham’s food truck ball.
  • The new Tap Trail Passport hits streets around Sept. 10th. Details forthcoming.
  • Be on the lookout for Tap Trail’s new Podcast, Tapp’d In. That’s right, we’re relaunching our old podcast in a new format. We’re currently in episode production and look forward to launching in early September.
  • Atwood is releasing a Rhubarb Sour bottle in the coming days. Stay tuned!
  • Atwood Ales just acquired a badass new delivery van, they’ve named it Ruby. Keep your eyes peeled for it.
  • Aslan has wrapped a distribution truck from Odom Corp. They’re calling it the Aslan Big Rig. It’ll be in Snohomish and King Counties.
  • Stones Throw has planned some block parties for this fall and winter.
  • Melvin Brewing opens up for lunch service on August 14th. This also means you can start drinking there at 11am.
  • Congratulations to Chad and Colleen of Wander Brewing for the birth of their new baby girl!
  • Tomorrow is Brewfest in Skagit. Lots of awesome breweries there.
  • Chuckanut Pilsner bottles are back in stock at South and North Nut.
  • Gruff Brewing is continuing it’s ongoing Trivia Series with The Office trivia this Sunday, August 13th at 7pm
  • The last day for Maggie’s Pub will be tomorrow. Go have a pint, they won’t be on the next Tap Trail Passport.
                       Aslan Big Rig

Traverse IPA

A bright, well-balanced, refreshing West Coast Style IPA with a mild bitterness perfect for late summer enjoyment. 12.5°P OG // 6% ABV // 55 IBU

Cranberry Wit

This 4% beer is made with grain from Skagit Valley Malting and lots of cranberries.




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Scott Pelton

I’m Co-Owner of Tap Trail and the Editor of the Tap Trail website. Let’s have a pint! Email me at scott@taptrail.com.

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