Events

STOUR FEST/Tilquin Fruit Extravaganza Kicks off Saturday, May 18th. During Seattle Beer Week 15.

Stour Fest is back! Yes, you read it right – Stour – a powerhouse combination of our 2 beer week festivals, Back in Black Stout Fest and Sour Fest. It was well received last year and lots of fun, so we’re running it again. Stour Fest will kick off at 12pm on Saturday May 18th, during Seattle Beer Week May 17th – 24th.

As part of our sour lineup, we will also be hosting the Tilquin Fruit Extravaganza. Tilquin is a Belgian lambic beer blendery based in Brussels. We are one of 10 locations in the United States, and the only bar on the West Coast, to host this special event showcasing the wide variety of fruited sours they produce. Think tart and fruity with hints of oak and a dry, crisp finish, delish!

Here’s what to expect. We are taking inventory and rummaging through the cellar now and plan to put 40+ beers on draft—we’re shooting for 20 sours and 20 stouts. With 4-6 very unique Tilquin beers, which will be sold as a flight and individually. We will of course publish the complete tap list before the event!

So please join us on Saturday, May 18th to celebrate local craft beer and the beer community, as well as international beer, all during Seattle Beer Week 15. Cheers!!

Here’s the Draftlist:

SOUR

Alesong Kriek (7.5%) Eugene

Beachwood/Almanac Hive Vibe Sour (7.5%) Long Beach

Crux Better Off Red ‘15 (7%) Bend

Epic Oak Dark Plum (7.4%) Salt Lake.

De Garde Nectarine Premiere (7.1%) Tillamook

E9/BW/Full Throttle Gin Barrel Sour with Buckthorn (6%) Tacoma

Floodland magnum pours starting at 1pm

Hildegard Bon Voyage ’23 (6.7%) Seattle

Holy Mountain Sacred Geometry Rasp Sour (6%) Seattle

Jester King Piquette (6%) Austin

Logsdon Convergence #5 (7.7%) Hood River

Little Beast Hot Break Dry Hopped Sour (8.5%)

North Fork Dbl Whiskey Raspberryland (9.2%)

Prairie Blueberry Boyfriend (5.4%) Tulsa

Russian River Temptation (7.5%) Santa Rosa

Stillwater Oude NW Classic B2 (5.1%) Olympia

Tilquin Abricot Lambic (4.4%) Rebecq

Tilquin Ariell Sauvage Lambic (5.8%) Rebecq

Tilquin Figure Violette Lambic (6.8%) Rebecq

Tilquin Melon Lambic (6%) Rebecq

Tilquin Peaches Blanc (5.3%) Rebecq

STOUT

Alesong Island Rhino Coconut BBL Imp Stout (12.2%) Eugene

Block 15 Super Nebula ’24 (12.3%) Corvalis
Boneyard Suge Knite Imp Stout (13.6%) Bend

De Dochter Embrasse ’17 (9%)

Dogfish Head Palo Santo ’17 (12%) Milton

Evil Twin Yin and Yang ‘16 (10%)

Firestone Walker PNC #2 (14%) Paso Robles

Fort George Matryoshka Coconut Imp Stout ‘18 (12.2%)

Fremont Anny Imp Stout ’20 (12.2%) Seattle

Lagunitas Red Right Returning Imp Barrel Aged (14%) Seattle

Lost Abbey Serpent’s Stout ’15 (11%) San Marcos

North Fork Satan is Extra Boring BA Stout (10%) Deming

Matchless Matchless Bar Vanilla and Cacoa Nibs () Tumwater

Oskar Blues 10 Fiddy Imp Stout ‘16 (10.5%) Longmont

Perennial Abraxxas ’18 Stout w Mexican Spices (11.5%)

Prairie Bomb ‘18 (11%) Tulsa

Stone RIS ’13 (10.6%) San Marcos

Structures Liars Tiramisu Stout (10.8%) Bellingham

Brouwer’s 19th Anniversary, March 23rd and 24th

Drumroll Please!!!

We are super excited to announce that our 19th Anniversary party is this weekend! It kicks off at Noon on Saturday, March 23rd and continues through Sunday. This year we partnered with Reuben’s Brews and Virgil Gamache Farms to bring you a barrel aged barleywine. It started out as a hoppy barleywine, then aged in Heaven Hill’s barrels for a full year. This will be available on draft and in 500ml bottles! As always we’ve dug deep into our cooler and pulled a few past anniversary beers to add to the celebration.

Bottle purchase details:

Bottles will go on sale late Friday. There is a limited quantity, so we respectfully ask that you order no more than 2 bottles per person. Bottle pick up will begin on Saturday when we open.  Please bring your ID – pickup person must match the name on order. If you can’t pick up your bottles please include the name of the pickup person when you order. Also please plan to pick up your bottles within a two-week period, as we aren’t in the storage business. Thank you!

Here’s the special beers we pulled from the cooler:

Reuben’s Brews Brouwer’s 19th BA Lion’s Share BW (14%)

Past Anniversary Draft Beers:

pFriem 14th Anniversary Huckleberry Lambic Style (7.1%)

Fair Isle Julien 17th Anniversary Strawberry/Rhubarb Sour Saison (5.8%) 

Floodland Brouwer’s XVIII Anniversary w Cherries (7%)

Other Draft Beers to Celebrate our Anniversary:

Ale Apothecary La Tache Sour (8%)

De Dolle Orebier’ (8.9%)

Hair of the Dog Matt ’19 (12%)

North Fork Raspberry Electric Berryland Sour (8%)

Russian River Consecration Wild Ale (Jan ’23) (10%)

Tilquin Gueuze (5.3%)

The Roast of Kevin Davey! Thursday, March 14th. (Ticket Event)

Former Plumber and then Chuckanut, Firestone Walker, Wayfinder brewmaster turned Heater Allen/Gold Dot co-owner is taking his turn to be roasted by a group of his peers at Brouwer’s Cafe. The heat gets turned up, just take a look at that panel and you get the idea of whats going to happen.

Get your tickets here while they last!

Roast Panel

Colin Lenfesty of Holy Mountain Brewing

Steve Luke of Cloudburst Brewing

Lisa Allen of Heater Allen/Gold Dot

Brandon Wiley of Bottleworks

Natalie Rose of Wayfinder Beer

Ezra Johnson-Greenough of The New School Beer & Cider

Matt Edwards of Georgetown Brewing

Jon Olken of Full Throttle Bottles

+ Special Guests

Hosted by Chanell Williams

All tickets proceeds to benefit Roots Young Adult Shelter.

Drunk Herstory, Thursday March 7th (Sold Out)

One of our favorite annual events, Drunk HERstory, was born in 2017 in response to the results of the last presidential election. Fearing cuts to some of the programs most vital to women’s health, some of the amazing women of the craft beer industry banded together to put on a show highlighting women in history and raising money for an organization that does so much for our population – Planned Parenthood.

We unfortunately had to cancel this event during the Pandemic, in 2024 Drunk HERstory will once again take center stage to educate and entertain guests with fun skits highlighting some of the most badass women around. As has been tradition, proceeds from beer sales at event will go directly to Planned Parenthood and and Northwest Abortion Access Fund to help further their mission of providing affordable medical and reproductive health care to people of all genders.

Please join us on March 7th at 5pm (show starts at 7pm) for a wonderful tradition of celebrating women and especially the women of our terrific industry. This year, we have decided to make Drunk HERstory a ticketed event. We will have spaces for individuals, think Theater seating near the stage, as well as bar seating. The Tables will be sold only as 4-6 tops, so that you can determine who you are sharing close contact with. Tickets will be $15, with all proceeds going to Planned Parenthood. There will also be a silent auction, think rare beers and other specialties upstairs, 100% of the proceeds from this auction will be donated to Planned Parenthood.

Schedule for the evening:

Doors open at 5pm

Dinner menu available from 5pm-8pm

Show starts at 7:00pm

Bar is open until 10pm

Come join us to raise money for this great organization, raise a pint or two and laugh your ass off.

Brouwers Barrel Fest (The fest formerly known as Bigwood)

We’re changing things up and renaming our popular Bigwood Festival to the Brouwers Barrel Fest. We just thought it was time. Don’t worry, the theme is staying the same! All the festival beers will have done their time in bourbon, whisky, wine or some other amazing barrels.


This year Brouwers Barrel Fest will kick off Friday, December 8th at 4pm and run through Sunday, December 10th . As usual we’ve been purchasing beer throughout the year just for this, and we’ll be digging through our cellar as well. Our kitchen crew will also be putting together some delicious specials just for you. So, we hope you’ll join us as we ring in the new era of our good old barrel-aged beer festival. Cheers!

Stour Fest, Saturday May 20th and all through the following week!

Seattle Beer Week 14 is upon us! It kicks off Friday, May 19 th and runs through May 26 th . Our usual special events include Back in Black Stout Fest and Sour Fest, which we’ve hosted since their inception. This year beer week has been shortened, so we’ve decided to combine our signature events into one, Stour Fest!

So how will that work? On Saturday, May 20 th , we will kick off with at least 20 stouts and 20 sours on draft. Then as those kick, we will add new stouts and sours to keep you going throughout the week. That means you get the best of both worlds – if it’ cold and rainy, you can curl up with a few stouts, and if its super warm and sunny, you can enjoy some thirst-quenching
sours.

We are excited about combining these two great events and changing things up! So stay tuned as we work on the draft list and get a great lineup of stouts and sours ready for your enjoyment. See you soon!

Beerlesque, April 6th 2023

It’s BEERlesque time again! One of our favorite events is back for the fifth time on April 6th – for one night, we transform the beer cave into a burlesque club and fill the stage with Seattle’s finest entertainers to celebrate live art, drink great beer, and raise money for Old Dog Haven!

This year’s cast includes:

  • Caela Bailey
  • Ruby Mimosa
  • Faggedy Randy
  • P. No Noire
  • Dulce D’Jour
  • Karmen Sutra
  • Amara Strutt

The schedule for the night:

  • Doors open at 5pm
  • Dinner menu available from 5pm-7pm
  • Show starts at 7:30pm
  • Bar is open until 10pm

General Admission seats are $32, and we have a limited number of VIP tickets for $42 with reserved seating up close to the stage! All tickets include a beer.

In order to maintain social distancing and keep groups together, we have a limited amount of single tickets at the bar, and all tables are sold together in groups of 4 or more. Gather your friends and make it a party!

Brouwer’s 18th Anniversary

Drumroll please!!!!!   

The moment you have all been waiting for!!!

DETAILS FOR OUR 18th ANNIVERSARY!

Please read all of this!! As there will be online sales and then the in-person celebration which will happen at different times.

We partnered with 2 different breweries to brew Anniversary Beers.  

Floodland brewed a beer that was blended from saison fermented and aged in barrels which formerly held Big Gin and refermented on organic 2022 harvest Balaton cherries from Apple Cart Fruit in the Okanogan Valley.  This will be available as a bottle and on draft.

Otherlands brewed a spectacular German Pils—this will only be available on draft.

The Nitty Gritty

ONLINE RELEASE:

Floodland bottles will go on sale Wednesday, March 22nd @12pm.

Limit 2 per person. If you order more, we will cancel/refund your whole order!

Proxies: NONE—your ID must match the name on the order.

Price: $38 per 750ml bottle 

Go here to order:  https://brouwerscafe.hrpos.heartland.us/menu

Pickup:  We are asking that you pickup the bottles Thursday between 12 and 4pm.  We are trying to avoid having them picked up during hours that we are open during our anniversary celebration as we will be busy enough pouring beer for you.  If this time period doesn’t work, we will work with you, but please keep your ticket/order number from the receipt. This will really help us and speed up the process of you getting your bottles.

We have done everything in our power to improve our online platform, if there are technical difficulties we apologize in advance.

We are kicking our 18th anniversary celebration off on Friday, March 24th at 4pm, it runs through the weekend! In addition to having both Anniversary beers on draft, we will have a gravity keg pouring of the Pils, and 6 other beers from Floodland.  We are still finalizing the other anniversary beers that will be on the draftlist, but we will be pulling past anniversary beers on draft as well as pulling bottles from the cellar for onsite consumption. Stay tuned for a complete draftlist!

The other Floodland beers will be:

2022 Dwellers by the Waysides

2022 Inevitably it Ends

MMXXl Flowers of the Field

MMXXl Chardonnay 

2022 RAMA

2021-2022 Seekers After Light 

Hardliver 21– February 25th and 26th

The Hardliver Barleywine festival is now old enough to drink itself! That’s right, this is our 21st Hardliver!! Originally held at the Phinney Center in 2003, it was moved to Brouwer’s Café for our grand opening on St Paddy’s weekend in 2005 (whoa what a party that was!).

Whether you’re a hardcore Hardliver attendee or you haven’t been in a decade; whether you’re a barleywine aficionado or just started your exploration of beer; we invite you to join us for the 21st Hardliver Barleywine Festival on February 25th & 26th 2023.

It’s time to party like it was 2003! We plan to have 30+ barleywines on tap, from up and down the west coast! This is your opportunity to mix and match, taste and critique, and really wet your palette for what could easily become a barleywine obsession. Your liver has been warned! Let the training begin!

Alesong Meastro ’23 (13.5%) Eugene 

2.     Anchor Old Foghorn ’12 (9.4%) San Francisco

3.     Away Days Bucket Head Bobby (9%) Portland

4.     Big Time Old Wooly ’16 (10.3%) Seattle

5.     Block 15 Hypnosis ‘22 (12.5%) Corvallis 

6.     Boneyard Wooden Femur Rye (11.5%) Bend

7.     Chuckanut BA Barleywine (10.3%) Mt Vernon

8.     Duel Citizen Mayhem and Mischief ’21 (11.5%) Minneapolis 

9.     Duel Citizen Mayhem and Mischief ’22 (12%) Minneapolis 

10.  Ecliptic Rye Barrel-Aged Orange Giant ’21 (15%) Portland

11.  Engine House #9 Sekiu BA Barleywine Batch 2 ‘21(10%) Tacoma

12.  Ex Novo Nevermore ’21 (12.1%) Portland 

13.  Ferment BA Barleywine (11%) Hood River

14.  Firestone Walker Sucaba ’14 (12.5%) Paso Robles

15.  Fort George Etym BA Barleywine (15.1%) Astoria

16.  Fort George Etymology BA Barleywine (14.7%) Astoria

17.  Fort George Ology BA Barleywine (14.9%) Astoria

18.  Fremont Brew 5000 (12.2%) Seattle 

19.  Hair of the Dog Doggie Claws ’12 (11.5%) Portland

20.  Holy Mountain/Cellarmaker Beyond Spacetime Beyond Self (12%)

21.  Lagunitas Port Barrel Aged Kveik Barleywine (13.7%) Seattle

22.  Lumberbeard BA Barleywine ‘22 (16.2%) Spokane 

23.  Machine House Barleywine (10%) CASK

24.  Matchless/North Fork Where is my Barleywine (12.7%) Tumwater 

25.  North Fork Dad of Son of Frog (11.5%) Deming

26.  Oakshire Barleywine ’15 (10.4%) Eugene

27.  pFriem Bourbon Barrel-Aged Barleywine (11%) Hood River 

28.  Pint Size Off the Trail Batch #   (10%) Seattle

29.  Ravenna Maple/Bourbon BA Barleywine (12%) Seattle

30.  Reuben’s Brews Lions Share American Barleywine (12%) Seattle 

31.  Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Barleywine ’14 (9.6%) Chico

32.  Sig/Bottleworks While my Otter Gentle Weeps (12.8%) Tacoma 

33.  Varietal To The Point Whiskey BA Barleywine (12.4%) Sunnyside

Bigwood 2022, December 8th-11

It matters not how high the abv,

How charged with punishment the hangover,

I am the master of my belly,

I am the captain of my blur.

What time is it again? You guessed it – Big Wood time; our time to celebrate all beers (and ciders) barrel-aged. Not barrel-aged? Not interested. That’s right, 25+ taps of beers that have been aged in barrels.  We are talking real time, in real barrels. This is one of the events we put on that certainly isn’t to be missed.

On December 8th – 11th, 2022,  we will once again dive deep into the bowels of the cellar and pull all sorts of vintage goods for your palate from sour to sweet and everything in between.  So clear your calendars and plan to join us throughout the weekend.  Big Wood is good.

Tilquin Fruit Extravaganza, November 12th

Brouwer’s Café is honored to announce that we have been selected to participate in the Tilquin Fruit Extravaganza.  There are 20 participating bars around the United States and only a few on the West Coast.  The nearest event on the West Coast is in Santa Cruz!  Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 12th and plan to join us.

What is the Tilquin Fruit Experience?  Modeled after Cantillon Zwanze Day,  It is an event that honors the blending of lambic from  Pierre Tilquin of  Gueuzerie Tilguin.  We will be receiving 5 unique beers that have never been on draft in Washington.  What follows is a list of the beers we will have pouring:

Framboise-  New larger scale batch prepared for Tilquin Fruit Extravaganza 2021-2022, with 220 gr of organic raspberries per liter of lambic, in a blend of 50% of 1 year old Meerts and 50% of 1 and 2 years old lambics. First time served on October 23, 2021.

Peche

New larger scale batch prepared for Tilquin Fruit Extravaganza 2021-2022, with 200 gr of organic peaches per liter of lambic, in a blend of 50% of 1 year old Meerts and 50% of 1 and 2 years old lambics. First time served on October 23, 2021

Sureau

Beer of spontaneous fermentation, the Old Sureau Tilquin is made from the fermentation of 125 g of elderberries by liter of lambic. Unfiltered unpasteurized, this beer is refermented in the bottle.

Myrtille Sauvage

The Myrtille Sauvage Tilquin à l’ancienne (6.6% alc/vol) is a spontaneous fermentation beer obtained from the fermentation of frozen wild blueberries in young lambics, blended with 1, 2 and 3 years lambic to reach a final concentration of fruits of 200 gr fruit per liter. This is a different version from the Experimental Draft Versions #1 and #2, as no Meerts lambic was used to lower the ABV of the blend. Served for the first time as a premiere at BxlBeerFest 2019 and sold at the blendery from 6th-7th of September

Cassis

The Cassis Tilquin à l’ancienne (6.3% alc/vol) is a spontaneous fermentation beer obtained from the fermentation of frozen blackcurrants in young lambics, blended with 1, 2 and 3 years lambic to reach a final concentration of fruits of 200 gr fruit per liter. This is a different version from the Experimental Draft Versions #1 and #2, as no Meerts lambic was used to lower the ABV of the blend. Served for the first time as a premiere at BxlBeerFest 2019 and sold at the blendery from 6th-7th of September

Details about November 12th

All beers will be on draft when we open at noon.

We are not selling tickets.

While these are limited beers we think that there will be plenty to go around.  Please be kind with the staff.

Sour Fest 2022 – May 19th -22nd

Sour Fest 2022
When the sun comes out for our Stout Fest, it’s usually cold and grey again for our Sour Fest! Pay that no mind though, whatever the weather, it’s aways a good time for Sours! Do you like Lambics? Yes! Funky beers? Yes! Wild beers? Yes! Are you on an unquenchable quest for everything sour? Yes! Then join us on Thursday May 19 th , for the kickoff of Sour Fest 2022.

This will be a wreak your palate, rip the enamel off your teeth good time! Bring your antacids, bring your friends, and bring your appetite for sour beers! Sour Fest will run all weekend, so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy them all.

Back In Black Stout Fest

Stout Fest 2022
Seattle Beer Week and Stout Fest are back! As we all know, we are emerging from more than our recent rain-soaked winter here in the PNW. It’s been a long hard journey, and we are more than ready to see the sun again! So, with Seattle Beer Week back in full regalia, we are excited to announce the return of
our Back in Black Stout Fest.
Once you get through Friday the 13 th , join us on Saturday, May 14 th at Noon for the kickoff of our Stout Fest. This will be a celebration of dark, boozy beers, hearty food, and good friends! We’ve amassed quite a collection of stouts over the years, so invite you to take a trip down memory lane or try something
totally new. They’re here for your enjoyment, and we look forward to seeing your faces!

Loam Temple Celebration

Loam – a fertile soil of clay and sand containing humus, aka epic trail conditions found here in the PNW

Temple – a building or place devoted to worship

We all worship something to some degree or another! For some of us it’s nature, but even more specifically for mountain bikers, it’s the dirt and the woods that surround them while they ride. Our general manager Nat is one of those. He’ll readily admit that what’s kept him going over the years, kept him sane (reasonably!), is mountain biking and beers. With so much of his time devoted to Brouwers though, he isn’t able to get out there to “throw dirt” and help build trails. So, instead he inspired Loam Temple!

Loam Temple is a way to say thank you! It brings two passions together to honor the folks that regularly build and maintain mountain bike trails here in Washington (Evergreen and WMBC), as well as make awesome beer (Structures Brewing). Where these two communities intersect is where Nat lives and breathes, and he’s not alone there. So, drink and celebrate, you’re in fantastic company!

Interested in getting involved? This year we have a few ways to make that happen.

Thursday, April 7thLoam Temple cans go on sale at Bottleworks, Brouwer’s Café and Structures Brewing. We will be closed for a private event on this day so no draft option. $2 from every 4-pack sold will be donated to either Evergreen (Seattle Sales) or WMBC (Structures Sales)

Starting Friday, April 8th and running through the following weekend, Loam Temple will be on draft at Brouwer’s Café and Bottleworks, and a portion the keg sales will be donated to Evergreen.

Saturday, April 9thDig day in Bellingham- followed by a party at Structures Brewing with a DJ and food truck.

Thursday, April 14thAn Evening with Evergreen at Brouwer’s Café. Stop in talk with the Evergreen folks about upcoming projects, renew your membership, raise a pint or 3, we will continue donating sales from the draft pours of Loam Temple to Evergreen.

Saturday, April 16thA dig day with Evergreen sponsored by Brouwer’s Café in the I 90 corridor, come work on trails, drink Loam Temple and hang out.

https://www.evergreenmtb.org/calendar/eventdetail/16051/raging-river-dig-day-with-brouwers-cafe

Beerlesque 2022 Rescheduled Date

It’s BEERlesque time again! One of our favorite events is back for the fourth time and has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 7th and this year we’ve partnered with Stoup Brewing Company to bring you a limited-edition beer brewed just for the occasion. For one night, we transform the beer cave into a burlesque club and fill the stage with Seattle’s finest entertainers to celebrate live art, drink great beer, and raise money for Old Dog Haven!

This year’s cast includes:

  • Ruby Mimosa – The Island Flower
  • Faggedy Randy – The Bronzed Bottom of Burlesque
  • Champagne Splitz – The World’s Saddest Showgirl
  • Amara Strutt – The Feathered Fox
  • Sailor St. Claire – The Showgirl Scholar

with more cast announcements to come!

The schedule for the night:

  • Doors open at 5pm
  • Dinner menu available from 5pm-7pm
  • Show starts at 7:30pm
  • Bar is open until 10pm

General Admission seats are $30, and this year we have a limited number of VIP tickets for $40 with reserved seating up close to the stage and swag bags! All tickets include your choice of either a Stoup BEERlesque Beer .

In order to maintain social distancing and keep groups together, we have a limited amount of single tickets at the bar, and all tables are sold together in groups of 4 or 6. Gather your friends and make it a party! 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rescheduled-for-april-7th-brouwers-beerlesque-2022-tickets-241954802327

Friday, March 25th at 4pm- Sunday March 27th —Brouwer’s 17th Anniversary

Can you believe we opened our doors for the first time in 2005?! That’s right, we are turning 17 this year, and what a ride it’s been! Thankfully we get to celebrate our 17th birthday with you in style again!

Since our 5th anniversary it’s become tradition to brew a special anniversary beer, and this year we decided to do two. We got together with Fair Isle (Ballard) to make a Strawberry/Rhubarb Sour Ale, and Single Hill (Yakima) to make a Frozen Fresh Hop IPA. Both of these anniversary beers will be on draft and available for take out.

We had to postpone celebrating and tapping the last two anniversary beers, so we’ll also be adding those to the line up. We won’t be publishing the full draft list just yet, but trust us when we say that there will be some real special beers to enjoy!

This year’s celebration will kick off Friday, March 25th (at 4pm) and run through the weekend. So block out some time that weekend, and plan on joining us. We look forward to celebrating 17 years with you!

Thursday, March 24th 6-8pm, A Night With New Belgium and Lauren Limbach

We’ll admit it, we’re in love with New Belgium. Over the years they’ve hosted us and Bottleworks for many anniversary blendings! They’ve let us run wild in their Foeder Forest! And while lots has changed with New Belgium, lots has stayed the same. They make great beer! So, when Lauren Limbach said she was coming to town, we immediately started planning. Lauren started at New Belgian in 1997, and as a self-proclaimed beer “blender”, every position she’s ever held there didn’t previously exist. Flavor, quality and pushing beer boundaries is what she’s all about, and now she heads their sour program.

So, we wanted to create an opportunity for you to meet her in person, hear some of her great stories, and enjoy beers she has inspired!

What to expect:

Lots of great New Belgium beers (see list below)! The event kicks off at 6pm. Lauren will introduce herself and the beers with a short talk, then mix and mingle with New Belgium beer enthusiasts like you.

We will have some special beers for Lauren to talk about, including:

Le Terrior Green Walnut (Bottle Pours)

La Folie Grand Reserve Velvet Apricot (Bottle Pours)

Dominga (Cans) – With a shot of tequila, per Lauren’s request!

La Kriek Noir (Draft)

My Nirvana (Draft)

Decennium (Draft)  – This was our 10th anniversary beer.