Ok! This is the final notice, regarding launch parties centered on Almanac Beer company, we swear! But this last one is worth it!

Stop by The Burgundian (2253 North 56th Street Seattle, WA) this Friday to enjoy not only Almanac beers but also food paired especially for event. If you can’t make it to Tangletown, then be sure to swing by Beveridge Place Pub (6413 California Avenue S.W. Seattle, WA).

Burgundian Food Pairing

Featured at The Burgundian will be beers Alamanac Honey Saison, Extra Pale, Biere de Chocolate, Dogpatch Sour, and Heirloom Pumpkin Barleywine.

Limited edition menu created especially to pair with select Almanac beers.

  • Salmon With Saison Buerre Blanc, Grilled Squash/Zucchini, parsley/Mint Puree. Suggested pairing is the Almanac Honey Saison.
  • Grilled Radicchio, grilled peach, Rouge River Smokey Blue cheese, Chocolate Dressing. Suggested pairing is the Almanac Bier de Chocolat
  • Orange Sherbert with Strawberry Sauce. Suggested pairing is the Almanac Extra Pale

Beveridge Place Pub hosts a special Brewers Night

Finally at Beveridge Place Pub they’re hosting Almanac Extra Pale, Almanac Honey Saison, Almanac Bier de Chocoat, Dogpatch Sour, and Heirloom Pumpkin Barleywine.


More on Almanac Heirloom Pumpkin Barleywine

image sourced from Almanac Beer CompanyThis is a beer made with real pumpkins. We hand-roasted over 500lbs of heirloom pumpkins from La Tercera Farms in Bodega Bay. The caramelized gourds were then added to our velvety American Barleywine and aged in brandy barrels for a year. Finally, we blended the barrel-aged beer with freshly brewed ale and added a delicate hint of pumpkin pie spices to round out this decadent autumn sipper.

Farm to Barrel

Our Farm to Barrel beers highlight the tradition of aging beers in oak barrels.  This strong ale is aged in used brandy barrels for 12 months.  During this time the flavors of the barrel and beer merge, making something new.  As the barrel “breathes” it slowly imparts flavor of bourbon, oak and vanilla into the beer.  Inside our pumpkin infused barleywine slowly evolves, developing more complex flavors and aromas.  This slow process can’t be rushed.  We test the barrels every few months (perks of the job) and when we think it’s ready, the barrels are drained and blended with a fresh batch of delicately spiced barleywine .   The resulting beer can be aged for up to three years in the bottle, where the flavors will continue to blend and evolve.

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