Seattle, WA – Well folks another November is upon us. In between the Movember Porter, the prospect of the perfect beer for Thanksgiving, and the pending arrival of the Winter Beer Festival, we have almost forgotten about the PNA Beer Tasting.
For 23 years this festival to support and promote neighborhood community, has celebrated the thing that beverage that is most appreciated, beer. Located on 6532 Phinney Avenue North (just down the street from Red Mill Burgers), you are asked to part with $30 ($25 for PNA members) to participate in another year of tasting great beers, while bidding on auction items and listening to local music.
We have attached the beer list for those interested in attending, but don’t wait too long, since this event is fast selling out!
Without Further Ado, the beer list.
- Vienna & Darkside IPA
- Three Skulls Winter Poison
- Doppelbock & Dragon's Breath Dark Heff
- Tangerine Dream & Winter Warmer
- Cabin Fever
- Chuckanut Pilsner
- Jubelale & Green Lakes Organic Amber Ale
- Industrial Ho! Ho!
- Winterfish, Leavenworth Boulder Bend Dunkelweizen & Spire Mountain Dark & Dry Apple Cider
- Universale Pale Ale & Bourbon Abominable Winter Ale (aka BBomb)
- Tomtoberfest & Cask Porter
- Clem’s Gold & Ben’s Brown
- Supergoose IPA & Wee Heavy
- Big Woodrow & Oak-aged Pt Defiance IPA
- "Smoke Means Progress!" Smoked Porter
- Reuben's Roasted Rye PA
- Rum-aged Jolly Roger & Triple Dry Hopped Islander Pale Ale
- Broken Bicycle Fresh Hop Saison & The Big Lebrewski
- Total Domination IPA & Oatis Oatmeal Stout
- Odin's Gift & Smoky Bacon Ale
- Pike Auld Acquaintance
- Hop Diggidy
- Hoppy Holidays & Puget Soundian Dark Ale
- Mateo Loco
- Brewers Reserve Gran Cru & Celebration Fresh Hop Ale
- Imperial Stout, Fat Scotch Ale
- Jive Espresso Stout
The buildings that make up the Phinney Neighborhood Center have been serving the community since 1904 when the wooden building opened as the John B. Allen Elementary School, part of the Seattle School District. The two-story building was named for one of Washington's first senators and housed 278 students at the end of its first year. In 1917, the District opened the brick building and enrollment increased, peaking at 758 in 1933.
The school closed in June 1981 and opened again in September 1981 as the Phinney Neighborhood Center.
Over the years, the Phinney Neighbor hood Center has become the focus of Seattle’s Phinney/Greenwood neighborhood, offering a wide variety of programs and activities for the whole community, with particular emphasis on programs for children, families and education.
Funding for the Association and the Center comes from facilities rentals, program fees, membership and a number of fundraising events. The Soup Kitchens are supported by the City of Seattle Human Services Department.
You can help support the Association and all of its programs with a tax-deductible contribution. Donate now.