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#FremontBrewing Archives – Page 2 of 3 – PorchDrinking.com

Event Recap | 2017 What the Funk!? Invitational

October 25, 2017 |

From unicorn tears to blue cheese sours, the 2017 What the Funk!? Invitational brought another year of sensationally wild and funk barrel-aged beers–this year at the gorgeous Studios at Overland Crossing in Denver.

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PorchDrinking’s Weekly Denver Beer Beat | October 4, 2017

October 4, 2017 |

The Denver Beer Beat sheds light on news of brewery openings, special tappings, firkins and one-off batches, bottle releases, dinners, pairings, etc.
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Fremont Brewing | Field to Ferment

September 27, 2017 |

Saying goodbye to summer is never easy—especially for those of us that reside in Seattle. The transition to fall is synonymous with diminishing daylight, raincoats, umbrellas, and the retirement of beloved camping gear until the following spring.  But it isn’t all bad. Fall brings golden foliage, flannels and beanies, and of course, beer. Lots of it. Case in point: Fremont Brewing’s Field to Ferment, the freshest and most delectable Pale Ale that you’ll be able to get your hands on this season. Read More

PorchDrinking’s Weekly Denver Beer Beat | August 9, 2017

August 9, 2017 |

The Denver Beer Beat sheds light on news of brewery openings, special tappings, firkins and one-off batches, bottle releases, dinners, pairings, etc.
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National IPA DAY | Pacific Northwest Roundup

August 3, 2017 |

I would like to offer an apology to National Hot Dog Day. And National Donut Day. National Taco Day, too. Because there’s just no convincing me that there’s any food or beverage day that can beat IPA Day – especially when you’re celebrating this glorious, hoppy, bitter holiday in the Pacific Northwest. Read More

Women in Beer | Fremont Brewing’s Sara Nelson Runs for Seattle City Council

July 20, 2017 |

Fremont Brewing’s Sara Nelson is accomplished, to say the least.

Want to talk culture? With a PhD in Anthropology, she’s your gal. Have some questions about policy? After over a decade serving as the Chief of Staff for Richard Conlin, former Seattle City Council member, she’s likely to have some answers. Are you a beer drinker? Well you’re in luck! Nelson is the co-owner of Seattle’s celebrated Fremont Brewing.

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Fremont Brewing & Perennial Artisan Ales | Unicorn Tears

July 4, 2017 |

Feature image courtesy of Fremont Brewing

Chuck’s Hop Shop, one of Seattle’s beloved bottle shops, was a frenzy last Wednesday. No less than a hundred of eager Seattle beer fanatics squeezed into the Central District’s cozy space in hopes of getting a taste of the release of the moment in the Emerald City: Unicorn Tears, a Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Oatmeal Milk Stout with Cherries, a collaboration between Fremont Brewing and Perennial Artisan Ales.

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Event Recap | Brewed Food Seattle ft. Trove & Fremont Brewing

May 25, 2017 |

Jensen Cummings, of Brewed Food, comes from a family of chefs, but in watching him captivate an audience this last Monday, I would think that he was a descendent of actors, politicians, perhaps board-room straight-shooters. The way he took the stage immediately enraptured his audience, and stirred up an excitement that electrified Trove, a Korean restaurant in Seattle, Washington.

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Event Recap | Fremont Brewing Heron Hunting Club 2017

May 8, 2017 |

There are beer events, and then there is the Fremont Brewing Heron Hunting Club. Read More

Fremont Brewing | Summer Ale

April 19, 2017 |

Though the celebration of spring isn’t exclusive to one certain place or city, the city of Seattle, I can assure you, is especially elated. The welcoming of spring is more than a changing of the seasons — it’s a changing of lifestyle. It means leaving umbrellas at home, closeting the rain boots, planning outdoor happy hours, and spending countless hours on WTA in search of the perfect hike. And as all of this is underway, there’s nothing that I want more in-hand than the Summer Ale from Fremont Brewing. Read More

Beerstagram | April 7 – April 13

April 14, 2017 |

This week, it was literally my job to stalk my favorite breweries on Instagram. Isn’t life rough?

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Fremont Brewing | Raspberry Silence

March 23, 2017 |

A few weeks back, Seattle beer drinkers gushed over the announcement of Fremont Brewing’s latest endeavor: The Black Heron Project. The introduction of the project was accompanied by releases of three brews, including the Raspberry Silence. It’s a brew that completely captures the creativity, innovation and beauty of Fremont Brewing and Black Heron Project.  

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Fremont Brewing | The Sister Imperial IPA

March 21, 2017 |

ABV: 8.5% | IBU: MYOB

ICYMI, March 8 was International Women’s Day. This yearly event celebrates women’s contributions to society, from the political to social to cultural spheres. In the U.S., International Women’s Day serves as a kickoff to Women’s History Month, which spans the entire month of March. In honor of all the hardworking women in the craft beer industry and beyond, we’ve decided to devote this showcase to a beer that celebrates the influence of women: The Sister Imperial IPA from Fremont Brewing. Read More

Fremont Brewing to Begin Southern California Distribution

March 3, 2017 |

Photo courtesy of Fremont Brewing

Californians, we have good news. No — great news. Hold onto your hats, because Fremont Brewing has announced that their brews are now being distributed throughout Southern California.

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Fremont Brewing Debuts Black Heron Project

February 21, 2017 |

Beer lovers rejoiced last week with the announcement of Fremont Brewing’s Black Heron Project. The endeavor, a farmhouse brewing experience that is inspired by the ingredients and seasons native to the Pacific Northwest, will feature beers that (in the words of the brewers) are oak-fermented, bottle-conditioned and patient. To us, they are experimental, delicious, and wild – a complete testament to the famed brewery’s unwavering creativity and passion.  

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Ultimate 6er | New Girl

October 5, 2016 |

As everyone knows, we are in the midst of truly, trying times.

The political landscape is forcing us to drink on end. 2016 robbed us of our heroes. Celebrity couples are making us doubt if love is real. Really – we can’t even stand the thought of what could be next.

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Fremont Brewing Debuts New Fall Seasonal: Field to Ferment

September 6, 2016 |

Here in Seattle, we get it: It’s really, really hard to say goodbye to summer. Read More

TODAY | Fremont Brewing Company Summer Ale Release Party

March 31, 2016 |

We don’t try and hide it. We are really, really big fans of Fremont Brewing Company. The people are great, and the beer is better. Or is the beer great, and the people are better? Whatever it may be – … Read More

2 Days, 2 Nights in Seattle’s Craft Beer Scene

February 11, 2016 |

This post was written by Hannah Carlson and Katelyn Pelak of the PorchDrinking Seattle team

Seattle, one of the fastest growing US cities, is a mixture of business, wilderness, food, music, coffee, and – of course – beer. Its tenants include everyone from your pink-haired neighbor that works at a boutique featuring solely local arts and crafts, to the posh fashionista that is able to strut her stuff at Nordstrom corporate, to the plaid-donning Amazonian, who types code all week with the goal of treating himself to a trip into the mountains come the weekend. There is something here for everyone, which is why so many people, cut from so many cloths, have found their way to the Emerald City. Seattle, at its core, is an explosion of culture, curiosity and adventure that has encouraged locals to continue sink their roots in deeper. It’s also encouraged transplants to plant new ones. Read More

Brewery Showcase | Fremont Brewing (Seattle, WA)

December 17, 2015 |

The first time I spoke with Matt Lincecum and Sara Nelson, co-founders of Fremont Brewing, was on the eve of their expansion into Oregon.  After five years, the Seattle brewery would be distributing in their neighbor to the south, … Read More