Upcoming Events & News
- March 4th 6pm - Tomme Arthur's Back Again
- March 20th: The Pine Box 2nd Anniversary Party!!
- May 8th - 18th: Seattle Beer Week 6
- TV Schedule for the Patio Sports & Such
- Featured Artist For January: Don Wallen
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March 4th @6pm - Tomme Arthur is Back Again!
One of our Favorite Brewers is Rolling through town again and bringing a fat bag of goodies to tap! Tomme Arthur of the Lost Abbey and Port Brewing will be hanging out with some of his classic beers along with two rare Sour Gems.
Cuve de Tomme - 11% abv
A massive brown ale base that is made from four fermentable sugars including Malted Barley, Raisins, Candi Sugar and Sour Cherries, this beer is fully fermented before being placed in Bourbon barrels where the beer ages for one year with the Sour Cherries and the wild Brettanomyces yeast that we inoculate the barrels with.
Red Poppy - 5% abv
Red Poppy Ale is a veritable celebration of Sour Cherries in an explosion of aromas and tastes. Brewed from a brown ale base and aged in our oak barrels for over 6 months, this beer is not for the faint of heart.
Deliverance - 12.5% abv
A blend of bourbon barrel-aged Serpent’s Stout and brandy barrel-aged Angels Share, Deliverance is the epic battle being waged between heaven and hell for the souls of mortal men… and your enjoyment in a glass.
Carnivale - 6.5% abv
Brewed in celebration of Lent and Easter season, Carnevale is light bodied Saison, using Brettanomyces along with Amirillo and Simcoe hops to generate flavor and depth. Carnevale’s complexity grows with time. The citrus notes tend to wane and the wild yeast rears its wonderfully tasting head.
Wipe Out IPA - 7% abv
Brewed to celebrate anyone and everyone who has ever paddled into the best wave of the day only to blow it and Wipeout in a blaze of glory. Our version of a West Coast IPA brewed with a measure of heavy handed San Diego dry hopping.
Shark Attack - 9% abv
A classic West Coast style Imperial Red Ale brewed with medium Crystal malts, Centennial and Cascade hops.
2nd Anniversary Party
It's hard to believe that it's already been 2 years, and it's been a great two at that. We've literally poured hundreds of thousands of pints Two years in a row we've been placed in DRAFT Magazines top 100 beer bars in the nation. We've hosted Brewers from around the world in celebration of craft beer. Tonight we're continuing that celebration with one kick ass party.
We'll be releasing our 2nd Anniversary ale, the 2nd Nail, a Sour Apple Berlinerweiss brewed by 10 Barrel Brewing Company with fresh pressed juice from Tieton Cider Works. We'll have both Draft and Bottles available this evening.
We're also cleaning out the cellar and tapping last years anniversary ale, the 1st Nail from Fremont Brewing Company. Also being released this night will be the Rusty Nail, which is the 1st Nail that spent the last year in a Heaven Hills Bourbon Barrel (draft only).
We'll be tapping other wonderful rarities as we reach out to our friends in the brewing world to help celebrate like we've only done once before.
More details to come!
Featured January Artist: Don Wallen
"I have come to realize and appreciate, with a growing awareness, that these images I have already gathered, and continue to gather, are of a deep and private nature. Rarely do these images have an immediate use, other than my personal fulfillment of their execution onto film and paper. And yet, I sense their growing importance…" Don Wallen, May 31, 1987
Join us, Thursday January 9th at 6pm, as we kick off a very special series of the Blitz Capitol Hill Art Walk with a rare collection of photographs from Seattle artist Don Wallen.
Wallen worked as a photographer in Seattle for institutions such as the P-I and The Seattle Weekly throughout the 1970s, capturing the political and social milieu of the times, and continued to work as an artist until his death in 1997. Documenting a wide range of local events, from the Ballard Seafood fest to interviews with Cesar Chavez, Wallen had an eye for allowing us to see the ordinary as extraordinary and the extraordinary as even more so. His portraits of the then called "fringe" Seattle community never fail to shed light on the very real human element of each subject and call to mind the work of both Diane Arbus and Cindy Sherman. Wallen dubbed his work "An American Still Life," but his specialty was people with his very talented fingers on the pulse of our city.
We are honored and very lucky to have works from his Family's private collection. See more here!