Deputy Mayor Liz Aspen and Councilmember Scott Hageman recently attended Brickyard Brewing’s ribbon cutting (above, left) along with Chamber Board Chair Mike Petryszak.
Owners Ean Forgette and Joe Montero offered tours, live music and featured specials.
The brewery features a cozy setting and has family-friendly seating for 30.
With eight tap handles, they generally have four mainstream beers, two seasonal or brewer’s choice beers and one or two rotators from other local breweries.
Brickyard is located at 5817 238th Street SW, Suite 3, (425) 483-2337.
It’s in a quiet, industrial area, a great place to unwind and meet friends.
ServPro of Shoreline/Woodinville (left) welcomed customers and the chamber for an afternoon of food, music and drinks.
Twelve Bar Brews, their next-door neighbor and chamber member, provided some delicious beer and a barbecue with all the fixings for everyone to enjoy.
Deputy Mayor Liz Aspen, along with Chamber Executive Director Dave Witt, were both on hand for the ribbon cutting.
ServPro is located at 12826 NE 178th St Suite D, (425) 486-8383.
Triplehorn Brewing Co. (above, right) provided tours, a lesson in brewing and some tastes at their ribbon cutting. In addition to Deputy Mayor Liz Aspen, Councilmember Scott Hageman joined the festivities, with Chamber Executive Director Dave Witt.
Their intent is to “quench the thirst of the masses.” Come for a beer or join them monthly for a U-Bru collaboration.
If you home brew or want to try it, bring your curiosity and they’ll help you on your way. It could even end up on tap!
Triplehorn can be found at 19510 144th Ave E6, (425) 242-7979.