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No-Li Brewhouse met Monday’s storm with a plea for neighborliness.
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.
Beer has proven to be a welcome libation during the pandemic, and through the first half of 2020, beer sales in the U.S. increased about 16% compared to the same period in 2019, according to SmartAsset. However, some cities are better than others when it comes to availability, prices and variety of beer.
Spokane has five local chicken sandwiches that blow Chick-fil-A completely out of the water. Go support these amazing local owners, chefs and industry workers. For now, the Fried Chicken Sandwich at Logan Tavern is a Thursday-only special. I say “for now” because my plan is if I eat enough of them, Logan will be forced to place it on the menu full time.
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.
This is likely the first and last time I will use lyrics from Zac Brown Band’s “Chicken Fried” for a headline and story, but it is appropriate for the topic at hand this week: fried chicken. Lacy Muszynski, writing for MSN.com, recently named Park Inn as one of the best holes-in-the-wall for fried chicken in America.
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.
If you missed the chance to celebrate National Beer Day on April 7 or International Beer Day on Aug. 7, have no fear: Monday is National Beer Lovers Day. Area breweries have reopened for dine-in and takeout, and now is a great chance to taste a new-to-you brew or reacquaint yourself with an old favorite.
No-Li Brewhouse is expanding its presence in Spokane with plans for a new production facility and taproom that could host tours, craft beer tasting, education, and community events.
Crews will head out to the East Trent Bridge this morning and start undoing the work crews before them completed 110 years ago.
When you first meet No-Li Brewhouse owners John and Cindy Bryant, they are genuinely warm and friendly, without being overbearing, and you quickly learn that they absolutely love running their local and family-owned brewery.
No-Li Brewhouse turned its kitchen into a sack-lunch production line Tuesday, and volunteers at Logan Elementary handed out lunches to students and parents.
On this day 100 years ago, the nation officially went dry.
For the past few springs and summers, hard seltzer water has been swallowing up a sizable chunk of beer and wine market share nationwide, and, more importantly, it has found itself in the hands of young, health-focused, thirsty connoisseurs.
The Airway Heights brewery will continue to make beers for No-Li Brewhouse on a contract basis, as it has been recently, but will no longer produce its own Orlison lineup.
Rogers High School has a lot to celebrate these days, and a Spokane brewery is helping.
Inland Northwest baseball fans will run into an old friend at Safeco Field this season.
A 930-gallon, stainless-steel beer fermentation tank adorned by symbols of Spokane’s industrial past is giving motorists a new welcome into downtown.
No-Li, the Spokane area’s largest brewery, is hosting a fund-raiser Thursday evening to pay for a new security system at the Salish School of Spokane, which was vandalized earlier this month.
Two businesses in Spokane County were named winners in Seattle Business Magazine's 2017 Washington Manufacturing Awards.