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No-Li Brewhouse owner John Bryant discussed the brewery’s recent accomplishments and upcoming goals with Don Chareunsy, The Spokesman-Review's features editor, in a virtual gathering of the Northwest Passages Book Club on Tuesday evening. Spokane was recently named one of the top 50 cities for beer drinkers in the country.
For John and Cindy Bryant, putting Spokane on the map as a craft beer destination while giving back to the community is of the heart at what they do as owners of No-Li Brewhouse.
If the coronavirus pandemic was not already enough (and it really is), this last weekend’s record-setting hazardous air quality in Spokane made me give up (for the most part). Like much of the population, I have become a shut-in now to keep myself and others safe.
With the recent issue of Gov. Jay Inslee’s “stay-home” order, many local breweries were rightfully concerned about the immediate future. Thankfully for them and all of us craft beer fans, breweries throughout the state have been allowed to remain open in order to provide takeaway beer and food options for customers to enjoy while passing the days at home.
The eyes of the Washington craft beer world turn to Spokane this weekend as the Washington Beer Commission hosts the 10th annual Inland Northwest Craft Beer Festival starting tonight at Avista Stadium in Spokane Valley.
Spokane has received some love for its burgeoning craft beer scene, as Men’s Journal has included Steam Plant Brewing Company in downtown on the magazine’s new list titled “The 10 Coolest Places to Drink Craft Beer.”
For Mark and Courtney Haney, there’s nothing better than sharing stories over a good meal, board games and a crisp beer or cider. The couple, who own Bardic Brewing, want to replicate that environment with their plans for a new taproom in Spokane Valley.
Spokane couple Mike and Denise Magee have been working around the clock to open River Rock Taphouse at 926 W. Sprague Ave. in the former Spokane Daily Chronicle newspaper printing room.
When New Boundary Brewing opened in May 2015, it was Cheney’s first since the city voted to go dry back in 1910, forcing the closure of Bavaria Brewery. While New Boundary called it quits at the end of 2017, now another newcomer is moving into the building at 505 1st St.
Craft Beer Week may be over and done with, but there are kegs of some tasty collaborative brews still to be sampled.
Under new ownership, River City Brewing is bringing back an old fixture. A tasting area has been added inside the downtown brewery, which closed its previous taproom at the end of 2017. The space will be open Thursday through Saturday, and make its debut for today’s monthly First Friday party.
It’s the birthday month for a handful of Spokane-area breweries and taprooms.
Forget green beer – if you want to imbibe in true Irish fashion this St. Patrick’s Day, keep it black.
Thomas Croskrey is taking his Old World brewing approach into a new venture. Bellwether’s founding brewer is leaving after almost four years to launch his own brewery, which will continue to produce a mixture of modern and historical styles on a smaller scale.
Work is about to begin on The Hidden Mother’s new brewery and taproom at Washington Street and Sharp Avenue following federal permitting delays during the government shutdown
The winter Lester Cup competition is in full swing, featuring five big bone-warming beers from Spokane breweries: Bellwether’s Remembrance Russian imperial stout (10.5 percent ABV), cellared several months in kegs for extra smoothness. Bellwether is at 2019 N. Monroe St.
The Lantern Tap House’s sixth annual festival runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The Liberty Lake brewery just signed a lease for space at Washington Street and Sharp Avenue to house a larger brewing system and a taproom. And next month, it heads to the San Francisco Bay area for collaborations with a pair of well-regarded breweries and an appearance on the Brewing Network online radio station.
Here’s what local breweries and craft beer bars have planned to help you celebrate adult-style.
The Inland Northwest Craft Beer Festival returns to Avista Stadium on Sept. 21-22 with a familiar format and another slew of fresh faces. Thirteen of the 40 breweries scheduled to pour are different from last year. Otherwise, it’s the same drill, said Eric Radovich, executive director of the sponsoring Washington Beer Commission: “More than 150 beers along the outfield wall, music at second base, food trucks. People are getting used to this being an end-of-summer tradition.