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Former Coeur d’Alene Brewing owner opening new pub, but not brewing

Thomas W. Fisher opened Coeur d’Alene Brewing and its accompanying T.W. Fisher’s brewpub in 1987 and scored a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival for his Centennial Pale …


On Tap: Inland Northwest doing it part to keep up the beer boom

According to a new report from the Brewers Association, there were 5,301 operating breweries in the U.S. at the end of last year – up 17 percent over 2015, on …


On Tap: Manito, Lantern tap houses add some hops to March Madness

Manito features an all IPA lineup, while the Lantern has different kinds of beers squaring off.


Ode to Guinness: A perfect pint, indeed

“You pour it three-fourths of the way and you let it sit There’s a romance to it. There’s courtship and consummation.”



On Tap: Washington brewers open the taps for annual open house event

Breweries across the state again are hosting a slew of special activities for the seventh annual Washington Beer Open House on Saturday. Here’s what Spokane-area breweries have planned for the …


On Tap: Four-Eyed Guys, Spokane’s latest nanobrewery, brings two beers to market

The newly licensed Spokane nanobrewery is introducing its first two beers at a pair of events Tuesday. The flagship Hoptometry IPA starts pouring at 11 a.m. at Hop Jack’s in …


On Tap: Downtown breweries celebrate anniversaries on Saturday

River City (121 S. Cedar St.) marks its fourth year of operation from 3 to 10 p.m., while Black Label (19 W. Main Ave.) has its second birthday party from …


On Tap: Whistle Punk taking over former deli spot downtown

Spokane’s downtown brewery district is getting another addition for the new year. Whistle Punk, which has been distributing its beer while searching for a taproom location, has signed a lease …


On Tap: Looking back at the beer news of 2016

This will go down as the year when the craft beer express started to lose a little momentum. Production growth is expected to drop below double digits for the first …


On Tap: Trickster’s, Twelve String celebrate birthdays with barrel-aged beers

Both Trickster’s and Twelve String celebrate anniversaries this weekend with soured, dark barrel-aged beers: Trickster’s has two barrel offerings for its fourth anniversary party Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 …


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Selkirk Abbey is beginning to branch out with more familiar offerings while deepening its Belgian beer roots.


On Tap: Bigger beers arrive as the days get shorter

The days may be growing shorter, but at least the beers are getting bigger. Heavy hitters are arriving at several events starting this weekend.


On Tap: V Twin brings together brewer’s two loves

The new Valley brewery, in a business strip across from McDonald’s just south of Argonne and Montgomery, is named after a type of motorcycle engine. The L-shaped taproom, which w …


On Tap: Badass moves beyond their own backyard

Badass Backyard Brewing is moving away from home. The beer still will be brewed in a detached shed at Charlene Honcik and Kendra Wiiest’s house in Millwood. But it will …


41 breweries lined up for craft festival

With a record 41 breweries in the lineup, this year’s Inland Northwest Craft Beer Festival at minor league baseball’s Avista Stadium more than covers the bases for beer lovers of …


INW Craft Beer Festival set to make Avista Stadium return

The Inland Northwest Craft Beer Festival is Sept. 23-24. It will feature 40 breweries, up from last year’s 30. And for the first time, Saturday will be all-ages, including kids’ …


On Tap: Orlison celebrates expanded offerings, tap room’s first year

A lot has happened for Orlison Brewing over the past year. Last August, the Airway Heights-based brewery opened a taproom in downtown Spokane at 1017 W. First Ave., which celebrates …


On Tap: Spokane Brewers Festival offers dozens of beers in one spot

It’s like turning the heart of the Inland Northwest Ale Trail into one big cul-de-sac.The inaugural Spokane Brewers Festival, today Friday and Saturday in the Spokane Arena parking lot, features …


River City goes all out for Christmas in July

Saturday’s second annual celebration, from 2 to 10 p.m., will spill out from the taproom into the brewing space and parking lot as well, with the additions of food trucks, …


On Tap: 12 String readies for bottle release

After more than two years of planning, the Spokane Valley brewery expects to start putting several of its beers in 22-ounce bottles around mid-July and have them in stores shortly …


On Tap: Spokane brings home medals from Washington Brewers Festival

No-Li took home Large Brewery of the Year honors in this year’s Washington Beer Awards along with individual medals for five beers. River City, Waddell’s and Big Barn were the …


On Tap: Luminaria Building about to open the taps

After gestating for more than three years, downtown Spokane’s brewery incubator is about to hatch.


On Tap: Canned beer event expands as the market grows

When the Elk Public House started its Spo-Can festival five years ago, canned craft beer was still something of a novelty. “The availability of craft in cans was pretty limited,” …


On Tap: Craft Beer Week kicks off

Spokane Craft Beer Week returns for its second year starting Monday, bigger and better than before.


Post Falls Brewing set to open the tap

Post Falls Brewing celebrates its grand opening this weekend.


On Tap: New home gives Iron Goat room to grow

Any day now, Iron Goat should be opening its doors at its new location in downtown Spokane.


New breweries ready to make their debuts

Spokane’s two newest breweries will make their public debuts next Friday. Young Buck and Little Spokane are among at least 12 breweries and cideries that will be featured in Craft …


On Tap: Perry Street puts on a party to mark year 2

The Kumquat IPA originally brewed for last May’s Spokane Craft Beer Week will return on tap when the festivities kick off at 4 p.m. Friday. “It was our most popular …


On Tap: New Ale Trail map features 41 stops

Maps will again be available at Ale Trail sponsors and area hotels along with participating breweries. While the list may have grown, the rules are the same: Visit at least …