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.
Double Down Double IPA: 8.5% ABV, 75 IBU
Named after the slang name of one of the burliest mountain bike trails in county limits, it's fair to think this might be our burliest beer yet. Certainly high octane, this Double IPA has a gratifying balance between the malty base and the classic C-hops aroma profile. Cascade, Chinook, and Centennial hops were all used to craft this beer with a slight citrus and lemon aftertaste. And yeah, she's a strong one! Whoops....there goes the Neighborhood!
Embers Amber: 5.4% ABV, 35 IBU
Aptly-named by our quirky bartender Molly while standing around the fire sometime around 1am during the recent staff campout, the Embers Amber is a great winter-warmer beer. The subtle toasted aroma blends well with the cocoa and blend of stone fruits, and hints of fresh peaches and dates rise to the top.
Slam Dunkelweizen: 6.0% ABV, 16 IBU
The perfect autumn beer, this traditional wheat lager yields a beer with flavors of caramel and toasted bread crust. When most people order a lager, they don't expect a dark color. But the roasted malts and specialty grains in Dunkelweizens give them their darker color.
Food Trucks through November, maybe further!
Fridays: Cubano Cubano
Whatcom County's first Cuban food truck, Cubano Cubano serves Cuban sandwiches, Lechon Asado, Cuban-style beans and rice, and other assorted sides.
Saturdays: Back East BBQ
Exactly as it sounds...high quality BBQ food of all sorts, and plenty of sides. All you need is a fork!
Sundays: Simmering Tava
Artisan and local organic Indian food that uses all natural ingredients. And don't worry - the curry spice levels can range from wimp to extreme and everything in between!
Nov 18: The Devilly Brothers
Nov 20: Acoustic Swing Jam
Dec 2: High Mountain String Band