(WA) Fish Brewing Night at Druid’s Fire Creek Grill 2/20

image courtesy of Fish Brewing and their blog Covington, WA - As if there wasn't enough going on between the Maritime Pacific's Grand re-Opening, Beer Authority's charity drive, and 99 Bottle's Great Beer of the Adriennes (with guest host Stu Stuart of Belgian Beer Me!!), but now we hear Fish Brewing is host a night.

“Join us this Saturday February 20th at The Fire Creek Grill at Druid’s Glen golf course.  Four Fish Tale Ales will be on tap including Organic IPA, Mudshark Porter, Organic Pale Ale and Organic Amber.  The fun starts at 5pm and goes until 7pm.

FORE!  Whoa…I should’a yelled two! – source, Fish Brewing’s blog

February 20th, 2010 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM PST
Fish Brewing Co’s Brewer’s Night, The Fire Creek Grill at Druid Glen Golf Course
29925 207th Avenue SE Covington, WA 98042 (253) 638-1200

We unfortunately will be out of town on personal business, but we look forward to hearing what you thought of the event.

About Fish Brewing Co.

From our home in beautiful Olympia, Washington, Fish Brewing Company has been hand-crafting ales of Northwest proportions since 1993. Then, using a system cobbled from brewing and dairy equipment, we brewed for our neighbors up and down Puget Sound. Growing steadily since, Fish is now an award-winning craft brewer with distribution throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Today, three distinct brands make their home under Fish Brewing’s roof. In the beginning there were Fish Tale Ales, English-style beers born in our brewpub on Jefferson Street. It wasn’t long before the 15-barrel brew house there outgrew its cradle. In 1996 we moved our brewery across Jefferson Street and into the historic Skoog Building. Fish Brewing began bottling in the same facility in 1997.

At the turn of the century, we turned our brewing in a greener direction with the release of our first Certified Organic beer, award-winning Fish Tale Organic Amber Ale. Since then, we’ve added Fish Tale Organic Pale Ale and Fish Tale Organic IPA to our Organic line. In 2009, we’re reintroducing Fish Tale’s summer seasonal as Fish Tale Organic Blonde Ale. Organic Winterfish Seasonal Ale won’t be far behind. With an eye ever toward the integrity of our recipes, it’s our commitment to continue this transition as the proper ingredients become available in Organic form. The day will come when all beers bearing the Fish Tale name will be Certified Organic.

-source Fish Brewing’s website


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