Brews in Clark
Vancouver’s Loowit Brewing Company has won two medals in the 2014 Washington Beer Awards. The company won gold for its Two-Sixteen Red Ale in the Irish Red Ale category and bronze for its Shimmergloom Stout in the Irish/British Stout category. In 2013, Loowit also won gold at the same event for Vandalia Summer Ale in […]
By Phil Chou Dirty Hands Brewery Now that we’ve been open for 6 months, it’s time for some reflection. Number one; please accept my apologies for being a slack blogger. Many other tasks always seemed to push blogging down the priority list. That said, it’s been quite a journey! Many adventures were experienced in all […]
Looks like beer marinade doesn’t just make meat tastier, it’s also good for you! Here’s a recent press release from the American Chemical Society: Beer marinade could reduce levels of potentially harmful substances in grilled meats Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry The smells of summer — the sweet fragrance of newly opened flowers, the […]
The second annual Brew Fest for MS is coming to the Brickhouse Bar & Grill in downtown Vancouver at 6 p.m. on Feb. 12. The craft brew fundraiser, organized by the volunteer athletic group Team Road Kill, benefits the Oregon/Southwest Washington chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. It will feature six Clark County brewers: […]
Dirty Hands Brewing will hold its grand opening from 3 to 11 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9. The taproom, at 114 E. Evergreen Blvd., will have a selection of beer and food for the event. Here are a few teasers from their Facebook page: We’d love to see your pictures. If you’d like to share […]
Heathen Brewing eyeing brewpub Plans for Salmon Creek project hinge on county fee holiday By Cami Joner, Columbian retail & real estate reporter A local beermaker’s dream of showcasing his brew in a Salmon Creek-area pub could be realized next year if his plan meets criteria for Clark County’s fee holiday. A 100 percent waiver […]
By Phil Chou Dirty Hands Brewery Sorry about the delay, lot’s of stuff going on! Anyhoo, as promised, here are some thoughts on our equipment install day. It started out with a drive down to our vendor in Camas, OR, Global Stainless. We got those good folks to load up the brewhouse and cellar tanks […]
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Check out our story from Sunday’s paper about the growth of the craft liquor industry in Clark County: Link: http://www.columbian.com/news/2013/oct/27/clark-county-alcohol-breweries-wineries-distillery/ Alcohol having spirited growth in county Recent proliferation of breweries, wineries, distilleries helping to put growing craft scene on the map By Sue Vorenberg The Columbian Over the past few years, the malty smell of […]
If you’re looking for some beer fun in Vancouver this weekend, Arlene at By The Bottle (and her husband Dave at the Old Ivy Tap Room) have set up a pumpkin ale festival, which may be the city’s first. Here are the details: Event: Punk-in-Patch Pumpkin Ale Festival-Enjoy over one dozen pumpkin ales on draft! […]
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Here’s a message from Devon about Loowit’s first anniversary party! Vancouver’s Loowit Brewing Company will be celebrating its first year in business by hosting an Anniversary party at the brewery on Saturday, October 19th. Event hours are from 4 to 10 p.m. and will include a special beer release, merchandise raffle, live music from Laura […]
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