And fans line up a full day in advance
Though it may be hard to tell if spring has actually arrived here in Seattle, I do know that our local distillers have sprung into action with a number of new releases sure to tickle the fancy of spirit lovers; read about a few below.
Opened in mid-December, Batch Bar is adjacent to its sibling Batch 206 Distillery, in the Interbay area on Elliott Avenue W. I stopped in recently with my wife to try the cocktails and pizza, and here are three impressions of the visit
Our local whiskey distillers are supplying an ever-expanding shelf bursting with intriguing choices. To start your sipping, here are five new-ish highlights covering a range of tastes. The best experience is to try these at the distilleries
When I first wrote about the nascent Washington distillery scene in 2011, the selection of local whiskey was very different from what it is today. It’s now a bottled wonderland, and in many ways, our state’s distillers are just getting started
A roundup of three upcoming "spirited" events that you won’t want to miss
From special drinks to big booze contests to cider-ific anniversaries and events, local bars, distillers, and cideries are making the end of summer a wonderful place for those who, like me, love our local producers.
There's a whole lot of to-do about this Saturday's Seattle release of Dry Fly Bourbon, which is being billed as "the first-ever commercially produced bourbon in Washington State." Half of the limited-release produ
The recent boom in Seattle booze distillers comes thanks to the Washington State Craft Distillery Law (passed in 2008), which allows local liquor producers to offer on-site tasting and bottle sales, à la wineries—provided that at least 51 percent