Alehouse Event: WA: Seattle: Capitol Cider “Barrel Fest. Cider & Beer” goes online July 2nd at 4pm

image sourced from Capitol Cider
This Thursday, prior to the Fourth of July weekend, the fine folks at Capitol Cider are celebrating barrel-aged fermentables. Starting at 4pm and under the supervision of manager Jonathan Chambers, the event will showcase barrel-aged ciders and a select number of barrel-aged beers.
Additional details include 2, Capitol Cider-exclusive, ciders from Schilling and Rev. Nat’s. Be on the look out for “… a 21% Schilling offering served in a wine glass … and a Rev. Nat’s whiskey sour, 6.9%, made with Meyer lemon and makrut lime aged in a bourbon barrel.”
Below is a preliminary list of the beers and ciders that will be served starting Thursday. Word from Capitol Cider is the list is not static, with many of the offerings estimated disappearing after Saturday “Barrel-aged Brunch”.
  • Two Beers "High Divide"
  • Two Beers "Fall Line"
  • Odin "Dirty Jackhammer"
  • Schmaltz "He'Brew Funky Jewbilation"
  • E9 "Barreled Tripel"
  • Elevation "Montanya"
  • Black Raven "Pour les Oiseaux Wine Barrel Aged Saision"
  • Lagunitas "Scarecity #3:  High Westified Stout"
  • Lost Abbey "Red Poppy"
  • Ace "Blackjack"
  • Woodchuck "Barrel Select"
  • Finnriver "Pomme & Stone"
  • Finnriver "Firebarrel"
  • Finnriver "Barreled Sour"
  • Finnriver "Oak and Apple"
  • Anthem "Gin Barreled"
  • Anthem "Blind Tiger"
  • Seattle Cider Co. "Westland Double Wild"
  • Seattle Cider Co. "Gin Barreled Gin Botanical"
  • 2 Towns "Barreled Nice and Naughty"
  • Reverend Nat's "Whiskey Sour"
  • Schilling "Barrel Aged"
  • Liberty "Stonewall"
  • Snowdrift "Cornice"
  • Moonlight Meadery "How Do You Like Them Apples"
  • Moonlight Meadery "How Do You Like Them Little Apples"
  • Millstone Cellars "Hopvine"
  • Millstone Cellars "Gingeroot"
  • MIllstone Cellars "Farmgate"
  • Millstone Cellars "Cobbler"
  • Wyder's "Reposado Pear"
  • Nectar Creek "Barrel Aged Brett Session Mead"
Capitol Cider is located on 818 E Pike Street in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
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About Capitol Cider
Located in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, Capitol Cider is a restaurant, bar and bottleshop that offers one of the country’s largest selections of hard ciders on tap and in bottles. Capitol Cider also offers an entirely gluten-free menu. The frequently-changing 30-handle tap is split between 20 ciders and 10 beers, and the cider bottle list includes more than 100 selections from Washington state, Montana, Oregon, California, British Columbia, England, France and Spain. Capitol Cider’s downstairs bar—The Ballast Bar—has a capacity of 190 and feeds all the senses with terrific food and drink, live music, art, board games, shuffleboard and a 91” big screen for the big games and current events.