Morning Foam: Liberation Arts Exhibit and Stoup Whatcha Doin’? pulls
GOOD MORNING, SOUTH SOUND!
Friday November 6 2020 — Emma Stone turns 32 today!
Light rain early, decreasing clouds with sunny skies by afternoon, high 51
Peaks & Pints offers pints and Campfire Crowler fills of Stoup Brewing Whatcha Doin’?
TODAY’S LOCAL STEW
University of Puget Sound School of Music presents the Jacobsen Series faculty recitals broadcast of pianist Dr. Tanya Stambuk via Schneebeck LIVE at 7:30 p.m.
Alma Mater presents a multimedia exhibit including portraits of icons, anime, horror, and nature from The Liberation Arts Project, a Black-led collective of incarcerated artists in Washington state. One hundred percent of artwork sales proceeds go back to the artists. This exhibit has been organized to be available to view virtually here, or in person by appointment.
CRAFT CHOICE CLICKABLES
Double Mountain Brewery and Ranger Chocolate collaborate on the release of Chocolate Stout. This release marks the final seasonal beer of 2020 and coincides with the arrival of shorter days, colder temps, and the end of a wild year. (BREWPUBLIC)
Winter seasonals are flooding the market, Ecliptic Brewing is getting in on the holiday fun with a twist on their annual release Filament Winter IPA by adding tangerine for the 2020 edition. (The New School)
Have a great day!