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Voters Pick Fremont, Big Time, Two Beers & Black Raven at Winter Beer Festival 2010

December 14, 2010 1 comment

Black Raven walks away victorious at Winter Beer Fest

Did you make it out to Winter Beer Festival 2010? Hope that you did.  We heard they poured some damn good beer.

The Washington Beer Commission has gone ahead and released the results for the attendants’ voting. I was very happy to see Fremont Brewing win for their Bourbon Abominable – an absolutely delicious beer.

It was no surprise that Black Raven Brewing walked home with a few awards, including the best booth decoration. Check out the official voting results below:


Winter Fest 2010
Thank you to all of you who came out to the 2010 Winter Beer Festival at Hale’s Palladium this past weekend. 34 Washington breweries from across the state poured a diverse sampling of amazing winter seasonal beers. This year’s People’s Choice Awards winners included:

Friday, Dec. 10
1) Iron Horse Mocha Death
2) Big Time Holy Molë

Saturday, Dec. 11 Session #1
1)Fremont Bourbon Abominable Ale “B Bomb”
2)Black Raven Festivus IPA

Saturday, Dec. 11 Session #2
1) Black Raven Bourbon Barrel Petite Mort
2) Two Beers 20:20 Blonde

Booth Decoration Winner:
Black Raven



In One Week, Washington Beer Festival Descends on Brouwers!

Washington Beer Fest brings out the best in WA beer and cuisine

You’ve heard us talk about Brouwer’s Cafe on a number of occasions. Its become one of the most polarizing topics on this blog. While we undeniably love the experience that Brouwer’s offers, we have heard the concerns of some readers.

Regardless of some negative sentiment, there is no denying that Brouwers offers the best in Washington beer events. I can think of no other establishment that so consistently puts on such world-class beer events. Well, another event starts next week – and its one that we can all get behind.

Washington Beer Festival is an exploration through the world of Washington beer. Brouwers Cafe will dedicate all of its almost 60 taps to the great NW territory we call home. Whats more is that the menu will focus on Washington sourced cuisine. Remember, Brouwers serves up some amazing grub.

Check up on their website for more information on this event. Right now, its unknown when the event will end. But, next Wednesday – the party begins.