Poulsbo, WA – Just a friendly reminder to those you still left undecided on what to do for a pre-weekend Thursday. This Thursday the 25th, you are invited (space is limited though) to join Hood Canal Brewing’s Don Wyatt, as he educates your minds and stomachs through food and beer.
Featuring five courses, this dinner will feature many familiar Hood Canal beers paired by the chefs and kitchen of Tizley’s Europub. Regrettably, the host is taking names for a waiting list for this $40 per person event, but as people cancel spaces will be available.
For more information contact Tizley’s (information attached below) and we hope to see you there!
March 25th, 2010 6:00 PM PST to 8:30 PM PST *end time an approximation
Hood Canal Brewery Dinner, Tizley’s Europub $40/person
18928 Front Street Northeast, Poulsbo, WA (360) 394-0080
Space is limited....please RSVP to email@example.com
Located in the heart of scenic downtown Poulsbo, Washington ...
Our Europub is surrounded by the beauty of geographical similarities to that of the fjords of Norway. Poulsbo is a town where the people are proud of their European heritage.
We are excited to bring to the residents of Poulsbo and tourists alike a great place where good food can be had, brews and spirits abound, and friends can made. We look forward to seeing you soon. –source, Tizley’s Europub’s website
Hood Canal Brewery opened its doors in September 1996 in an 800 sq. ft. pole building at the home of Don Wyatt, owner and brewer, just north of Poulsbo, Washington. Don had five years experience home brewing and worked at The Thomas Kemper Brewery for a few months. When Kemper's closed its doors he decided to follow his passion and open his own brewery.
Distribution of Hood Canal Beers started in Kitsap County. When business started growing Don hired a distributor for the area. He later expanded his sales to the Seattle area and now he personally distributes to bars, pubs and grocery stores on the Kitsap and in the greater Seattle area.
All of the brews have been named after locations around Hood Canal. They include: Agate Pass Amber, Dabob Bay IPA, Dosewallips Special Ale, Southpoint Porter, Big Beef Oatmeal Stout, and Briedablik Barley Wine.
In summer of 2003 Don decided to expand to add a tasting room with retail sales. After remodeling a space in an industrial park just south of Kingston he opened his doors on August 15. With the expansion came the hiring of additional workers, ending his time as a one-man business.
At the new location, Don and his staff offer tours of the brewery, tastings, and retail sales. They offer 4 ounce tasters and pints in the tasting room, and sell six-packs, 22 ounce bottles, half-gallon growlers, pony and full kegs, as well as logo pint glasses and t-shirts.
Don loves to talk about brewing – stop by and visit! –source, Hood Canal Brewery’s website