Guests sip on six craft beer flavors and return home with a souvenir growler
What You'll Get
- Age restriction: Must be 21 or older.
- See what’s on tap.
The Fine Print
About Wet Coast Brewing
Founded by Bryan & Molly Copeland and Aaron & April Johnson, Wet Coast Brewing pays homage to the days of prohibition Washington. Roy Olmstead, a lieutenant of the Seattle Police Department, began smuggling alcohol from Canada during the speakeasy days, believing that Washington should be a "wet coast." About a century later, Wet Coast brewing uses its 3.5 barrel system to provide a steady supply of craft beers to the Northwest.
Here are a few of the drafts Wet Coast will smuggle into your glass:
Brass Rail Pale Ale: This American ale uses "C" hops and 5 malts to create a smooth and drinkable pint. (5.5% ABV)
Line Jumper IPA: Paying homage to the boats that smuggled liquor across the Canadian border, this IPA produces distinct notes of citrus and fruits. (5.0% ABV)
Hi Jack! Red Ale: A red hue and a smooth, floral body come from this combination of crystal and black malts. (5.5% ABV)