Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

Fish Brewing Pub Tacoma, Flood Valley Brewing Chehalis and best beers of 2016

Ron Swarner

Fish Brewing Co. will open a Pub & Eatery in Tacoma next year.

MORNING FOAM FOR WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28 2016: A seven-taster flight of craft beer news, from the fluffy head all the way to the bottom tiny snowman. …

Fish Brewing Company will open a new Pub & Eatery on the Grand Plaza at The Shops at Point Ruston in Tacoma. The restaurant will be approximately 6,900 square feet with a seating capacity of 360 guests including a second story terrace and outdoor seating. It will feature a similar menu as the Olympia Fish Tale Brewpub including award-winning handcrafted beers from Fish Tale Ale, Leavenworth Biers and Spire Mountain Ciders as well as six wine taps featuring Piccola Cellars and a selection of fine spirits. Construction is in process, and the new Pub & Eatery is scheduled to open in the summer of 2017.

Flood Valley Brewing is open for business in Chehalis. names the best beers of 2016, which includes Market Fresh Saison from Seattle’s Cloudbust Brewing and Gose from Seattle’s Fremont Brewing,

One of Texas’ favorite beer brands has released a new product to celebrate 108 years in business. Shiner Beer‘s caffeine-laden Shiner Cold Brew Coffee Ale has just hit the market. The brew is made with Chameleon Cold Brew, another Texas-based company.

Brewers Association chief economist gives his predictions for craft beer style trends in 2017.

A brewery’s beer names can tell their story and if it’s done well, the package labels can go beyond any marketing gimmicks to touch on broader themes or historical context. 21st Amendment Brewery, which was founded in 2000 as a San Francisco brewpub, is able to embody that depth of character with their names and labels. 21st Amendment co-founder Nico Freccia chimes in on naming beers.

Some nerds built the world’s smallest snowman. It measures a whole 2.7 microns high.