image Seattle, WA – This is your reminder that on Wednesday September 29th, Foggy Noggin’s Jim Jamison and staff will be guest hosts at a Brewers Night. Featured in Lake City’s The Beer Authority, you are encouraged to try Bit o’ Beaver English Pale Ale, Oski Wow-wow Scotch Ale, and Christmas Duck Porter.

Tasting fee is $8, and starts at 5 PM (before concluding at 8) so don’t be late!

Want to know more about Foggy Noggin?

About Bit O’Beaver

The beer that started everything. This is a session beer that you can enjoy several without paying any consequences. Just the right amount of caramel sweetness and light bitterness to make this beer the definition of “drinkability”. Have you had your Beaver today?
OG: 1.038
IBU: 34
SRM: 9.0
ABV: 3.4
Malts: Maris Otter Pale Ale, Belgian Biscuit, Crystal
Hops: Fuggle, Willamette, Goldings

About Christmas Duck

A mouthful of sweetened roasty flavors that linger long as a roasty dryness. Satisfying in every respect and a pint of the holiday spirit each time. Everyone deserves to celebrate Christmas year-round. Jingle Beers! Jingle Beers!
OG: 1.061
IBU: 36
SRM: 31.5
ABV: 6.6
Malts: Domestic 2-Row, Flaked Wheat, Chocolate, Crystal, Roasted Barley
Hops: Cascade, Fuggle, Willamette, Goldings

About Foggy Noggin

We are brewers of great English Styled Ales on a very small 1/2 BBL system. We will soon be one of the world’s smallest production breweries. We take great pride in every batch to bring you consistent high quality brews year-round. While we get up and running, you will only be able to get our fresh beers at our tasting room, located at our brewery in Bothell, WA. [more]

About Jim Jamison

Who is the mastermind behind all of this Foggy Noggin hoopla? Local long-time Bothell resident, Jim Jamison can take the credit. What started out as a gift from Jim's wife (Kim) in 1992, he became hooked on taking brewing beer to the highest level.

Jim's love for beer began at Produce Row Cafe in Portland, OR during the summer of 1979. This was the place for beer. Every beer available for import into the State of Oregon was here. Jim tried each and every one of them and became obsessed. The early 80's started the microbrewery revolution and Jim enjoyed expanding his beer-horizons. [more]

September 29th, 2010 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Foggy Noggin Night, The Beer Authority

12716 Lake City Way NE Suite A Seattle, WA 98125 (206) 417-9629


About the photos’ author
Paul “Fruit Trees” Orchard, is an amateur craft beer enthusiast and amateur photographer. Throughout the many years in craft beer he is always carrying a camera (smartphone, digital, traditional) and is invites you to see that beer can also be exciting even if you can’t drink the photo

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