Naked City Brewery & Taphouse to Celebrate 2nd Anniversary
This Friday, October 22nd, Naked City Brewery & Taphouse will be celebrating its 2nd Anniversary by tapping a bunch of exciting in-house brewed specialty beers and screening the film that inspired its name.
Naked City has so quickly become a staple in the diets of Seattle’s most eager craft beer junkies, that it’s really hard to believe that they have only been around for 2 years now. They have accomplished so much in such a short period, from acquiring the proper licensing to serve their stellar in-house brewed beers, to hosting great brewers nights, to art openings, to becoming a major part of Seattle Beer Week, and so much more.
There is no doubt that NCB is one of Beer Blotter’s absolute favorite pubs in Seattle, and we are really big fans of the owners and staff as well. We are very excited to share in this occasion.
Just in case you were wondering, Naked City, the film, is a “film noir” that was produced in 1948 about a police investigation that follows the murder of a young model. Part of the movie was filmed documentary style in New York City. It was awarded an Academy Award for best cinematography and best editing and was nominated for best writing. It is definitely worth checking out if you haven’t seen it yet.
And the beers…well, check out the press release below. There is going to be some seriously exciting stuff to behold. We’ll see you there.
Join us for Naked City’s 2nd Anniversary Celebration Friday, October 22nd Open-Close! We will have prize giveaways and some very special one-off beers on tap for the occasion. Here is a sampling: Double Header Anniversary Ale (Oak Aged Imperial IPA) New Riders of the Purple Sage (Blackberry Sage Porter) Tay Yay Inna Win (Barrel Aged Sour Ale) Whiskey Oaked Brimstone & Treacle (Cask Old Ale) The Big Lebrewski (White Russian Imperial Stout) Boo Radley Pumpkin Ale Big Chocolate Wood (2010 Pro-Am by Dan Hansen & Will Fredin) Broken Bicycle (Fresh Hop Saison) You get the picture…Mark your calendars!!!