With the changing of seasons comes the changing of beer! If you've grabbed a pint recently, you know about our three new beers on tap. But! If you haven't had a chance to swing by lately, well, here's why you should.
"So, there are a lot of people who do line art with mountains and watercolor. I think what makes mine different is how I manipulate the lines. I’m super inspired by 1960s psychedelic art so my goal when creating is to make sure everything fits but also to try and give it this goopy, warped, almost drooping effect."
Unlike a handful of the most-popular trails in Bellingham, the Ridge forces you to shoulder the bike and haul it up steep little chutes between the trees. The trail dips and rise with such suddenness in places that you are unable to ride it as one quick, rapid, blur: you have to piece it together, slowly, section-by-section. But it’s about the sum of these pieces.
"I discover new ways of looking and seeing more interesting facets. New stories. Hidden valleys. Changing snowpack. There's no end. So, in a fashion, it's my familiarity that I love most about the Cascades. We're that old couple still in love after decades of marriage." - Jason Hummel
To steal a line from Olympia Beer: It's The Water.
Here at Stones Throw, each batch that we brew is 210 gallons of beer. Every batch that we brew takes roughly 400 gallons to produce said delicious beer. And that’s not including the cleaning process. So really, we love that in fact it's the water.
All eyes are on 10 days in September, as summer comes to surprisingly warm close and we inch closer to everyone’s favorite week in town, Bellingham Beer Week. It’s not like we Bellinghamsters need an excuse to drink craft beer, but we keep finding ways to celebrate all the great brewing in this town.