Beer Pairing: (WA) Widmer Brothers Dinner at Barking Dog Alehouse with Kurt Widmer 2/8

image courtesy of Portlandbeer's Flickr page Seattle, WA – If you are looking for something to do on a Tuesday then head over to Barking Dog for a four course, five beer dinner, starting at 6:30. The current line-up of beers feels like a W’ series refresher, along with the familiar Hefeweizen.

Current Widmer Brothers beer line-up being paired at this event.


Call up the Alehouse and check the availability since their status is LIMITED in regards to spaces left.

Tuesday February 8th, 2011 6:30 PM $25 (206) 782-2974
Widmer Brothers Dinner with Kurt Widmer, Barking Dog Alehouse
705 N.W. 70th Street Seattle, WA

About the Barking Dog Alehouse

The Barking Dog Alehouse opened in 2004, successfully combining classic Belgian and Micro Beers with a great neighborhood atmosphere. January 1, 2007 saw the Barking Dog change owners, but not the commitment to quality. We continue to rotate a variety of local and specialty brews and bring to you a delicious ‘American Bar and Grill’ menu with creative weekend ‘Specials’. Our goal is to make The Barking Dog Alehouse known for its winning combination of good food and great beers, but most important, emphasizing a friendly, cozy neighborhood feel!

About Widmer Brothers Brewing

What started as a dream for two ordinary brothers who just loved beer has now become a reality for two ordinary brothers who still just love beer. Kurt and Rob Widmer helped lead the Pacific Northwest craft beer movement in 1984 when, in their twenties, they dreamed of brewing American interpretations of authentic European-style beers. In 1986, Widmer Brothers Brewing introduced the first American-style Hefeweizen; today, the unfiltered cloudy beer is the company’s signature brew and one of the best selling wheat beers in the country. Based in Portland, Ore., the brewery currently produces a variety of beers including Drifter Pale Ale, Deadlift Imperial IPA, Drop Top Amber Ale and Broken Halo IPA.


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