Founded by three men with a love of the outdoors, 20 Corners Brewing Company is celebrating their first year of business this Saturday, July 15th. For co-owner and founding brewer Jake Duensing, the anniversary is the reminder of a dream had many years ago. For the two others, the chance to manage a taproom while serving up oven-baked pizza foldovers has been equally rewarding. But if the idea of celebrating an anniversary isn't enough, then allow us to provide you a comprehensive list of beers, entertainment, and of course, food.
Expect made to order brats from 20 Corners' kitchen or tacos from an onsite food truck.
Starting from 1 pm to 3 pm, Ryan Laplante will be on hand before yielding the stage to Gypsy Temple, from 3 pm to 5 pm. Finally, at 5 pm the Hoyer Brothers will finish the evening from 5 pm to 8 pm.
Brewed especially for the day, The Dank Version 2.0 is an evolved version of the beer of the same name. Rolling in at 6.50% ABV, the beer is anything but light with a bitterness of 75 IBU. For those looking to replicate this beer, the following malt and hops were used.
Malts: Golden Promise, Vienna, Carafoam, and Munich
Hops: Centennial, Chinook, Amarillo, and Citra.
In addition to The Dank 2.0, the following beers will be on draft including some for the first time.
- Autonomous IPA
- Vagablonde Kolsch
- Scudrunner Bavarian Hefeweizen
- Pale Ryder Rye Pale Ale
- Season Pass French Saison
- Wanderbird Belgian Wit
- Stammtisch Munich Dunkel *new release
- Killin' Time Session IPA
- Red Cloud Red IPA
- The Dank Version 2.0 Anniversary IPA *new release
- Imperial IPA *new release
- Powder Horn Scotch Ale, aged in Rye whiskey barrels *new
- Float Trip Rye IPA
- Smoked Break Porter
- Mandatory Air Irish Stout
- NITRO Mandatory Air Irish Stout
For those looking to drop by, pick up a crowler, growler, or growlette, the brewery has confirmed they will be providing fills. A polite reminder, please wait till you get to your final destination before opening.
Finally, the brewery and taproom ask that you bring patience whether it's securing a parking spot, drink, or food. But should you wish to avoid some frustration, the brewery will be providing a shuttle that will transport people to and from the brewery. 20 Corners also would like to assure all guests that children and pets are welcome, provided both are well behaved.
20 Corners brewery and taproom is located at 14148 NE 190th St A, Woodinville, WA 98072. Doors open on Saturday from 11 am to 10 pm.