Seattle, WA – It’s been brought to our attention that we almost forgot about a noteworthy event, held around this time of the year. No, we are not talking about Beveridge Place (although we are getting to that one soon enough), but instead we are reminded of the alehouse farther North.
Starting on April 9th, 2010 and running thru April 30th, Cooper’s Alehouse is proud to present, their EIGHTH annual IPA Festival. With each year the list of IPAs, Imperial IPAs, Industrial IPAs (mmm Diamond Knot), grows and this year they are featuring over 50! Also to keep the tradition alive with changes every year, they will be only featuring Washington brewed IPAs the first week.
Here are some highlights that you should look for starting on the 9th of April.
- Notable beers that you may not have heard of; Avery Maharaja, Stone Ruination, Dogfish Head 90 Minute, Dogfish Head 120 Minute (tentative), Great Divide Hercules, Speakeasy Double Daddy, Deschutes Hop Henge, Laughing Dog Alpha Dog, Ninkasi Tricerahops, Moylan’s Moylander, Oskar Blues Gordon, Southern Tier Unearthly, Victory Hop Wallop, Diamond Knot Industrial, Green Flash Industrial, Rogue I2PA, and so much more
- WABL Event April 14th, during the week of Washington India Pale Ale
- “Blind Pouring”, featuring four IPAs side by side for tasting / judging.
- $1 off pints until 6:00 PM (Friday thru Wednesday) and $1 off pints all day Thursdays
- Other food specials and sampler special during the whole month
April 9th, 2010 thru April 30th, 2010 11:30 AM to CLOSING
Cooper’s 8th Annual India Pale Ale (IPA) Festival, Cooper’s Alehouse
8065 Lake City Way NE Seattle, WA 98115 (206) 522-2923
Cooper's Alehouse is one of Seattle's premier craft beer destinations while also providing a comfortable, fun neighborhood atmosphere. From the seven HDTV's to watch your favorite game to the pool, darts, and jukebox to entertain, Cooper's is a great neighborhood pub –source, Cooper’s Alehouse
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+Russ is a photo blogger and an avid beer fan who got immersed in beer and the Seattle beer culture through homebrewing and the thirsty pursuit of new craft ales to sample.