Monday, November 16th, 2020

Morning Foam: Creative Colloquay and Westmalle Dubbel pulls

Ron Swarner

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Good morning from the Rosewood Café in Tacoma’s Proctor Business District.

Morning Foam: Creative Colloquay and Westmalle Dubbel pulls

GOOD MORNING, SOUTH SOUND!

Monday November 16 2020 — Lisa Bonet turns 53 today!

Rain, nothing but rain, high 52

Peaks & Pints offers pints and Campfire Crowler fills of Westmalle Dubbel.

TODAY’S LOCAL STEW

Creative Colloquy lures writers out from the clicking of their keyboards to connect and conspire albiet via the Creative Colloquy Zoom Room. Beginning at 7 p.m., readers of poetry, essays, and short stories are Chiara Diane Montante, Jonah Barrett, Heather Ayres, and Elizabeth Beck. Email Jackie at Jackie.D.Fender@gmail.com if you are interested in participating as a featured reader at an upcoming gathering OR if you’d like to sit in as a spectator.

As a part of the University of Puget Sound’s International Education Week, join Emma Piorier and Bethany Llewellyn, Study Abroad alumni and current seniors, for an evening of Patagonia Cuisine at 6:30 p.m. in the UPS Zoom Room. Emma and Bethany studied abroad their junior year of school with Round River Conservation Studies Patagonia and SIT Argentina: Human Rights and Social Movements. Though they were in different countries, Bethany was located in Chile and Emma in Argentina, they both spent time immersing themselves in the lives, customs and food of the expansive Patagonian region. Through their time abroad they found family, a sense of community and a deep love for Patagonian culture thorough the sharing and preparation of food. These dishes have stayed with them since their time in South America and they can’t wait, with Malbec and Mate in hand, to share some Patagonian hospitality with you.

CRAFT CHOICE CLICKABLES

The Illinois Craft Brewers Guild‘s annual Festival of Wood and Barrel Aged Beers (FoBAB) competition, which hosts breweries from throughout the nation, named a barrel-aged cider Best of Show as Malus at the Palace from Tin City Cider Co. out of Paso Robles, California took the top prize. It’s the first time a cider has been named. (porchdrinking)

Fresh of medal winning at two prestigious beer competitions and the forthcoming opening of its second taproom, Alesong Brewing & Blending have released – French 75, Mocha Rhino Suit, Rackhouse Reserve, Manhattan, and Terroir Project: Antiquum Farm – all part of the brewery’s 2020 fall beer releases. (BrewPublic)

Have a great day!