|July 7th 2014 at 7pm
4301 Leary Way NW Seattle, WA 98107
A gathering of Northwest craft brewery founding fathers
Now the longest running independently owned brewery in the Northwest, Hale’s had some company in the early days, some 30 odd years ago. Hale’s started in 1983, a year after Bert Grant opened Grant’s Brewing in Yakima where Chris Swedin worked as the master brewer. Soon, Charles and Rose Ann Finkel of Pike Brewing and Will & Mari Kemper of Thomas Kemper Brewing Co. opened their doors. Thomas Kemper Brewing Co. gave rise to the famous soda we have all come to know and love. The Kempers eventually closed their original business and, in 2008, opened Chuckanut Brewing in Bellingham, Washington.
1st Course: Ceviche with citrus cooked Baby Bay scallops, diced avocado, tomatoes, & cilantro. Paired with El Jefe Hefeweizen from Hale’s Ales.
2nd Course: Mussels sautéed with garlic, green & yellow peppers, which are then steamed in Yakima Craft’s 1982 Amber Ale. Served with rustic Columbia bread toast points. Paired with Yakima Craft Brewing Co.’s 1982 Amber Ale.
3rd Course: Bacon-wrapped shrimp on a bed of cannellini beans prepared with olive oil & rosemary. Paired with Chuckanut Pilsner.
4th Course: A plate of honey-drizzled Oregon Blue Cheese, pear, button mushrooms, Mediterranean olive mix, & prosciutto. Served with rosemary crackers. Paired with Pike’s XXXXX Stout.
*Menu and price adjusted for vegans or vegetarians with advance notice– please call Hale’s Pub at (206) 782-0737.
For reservations, please call the pub at (206) 782-0737 or go to brownpapertickets.com/event/714748.
Company: Hale's Ales
Contact: Kelsy Livic