Machine House Brewery Georgetown
Thurs Feb 21, 7–10 pm
Recommended by Lester Black
At this first event in The Stranger’s new Zymurgy Beer Series, discover what happens when Washington’s most subversive brewers embrace the unpredictability of weird fermentation. Find out why Machine House Brewing’s Bill Arnott employs the historic open fermentation of English ales, how Fremont’s Adam Paysse of Floodland Brewing makes some of the country’s most expressive beer, and how Amber Watts and Ron Extract of Bellingham’s Garden Path Fermentation use the wild yeast of Skagit Valley. Tickets for this first Zymurgy event sold out in eight minutes, but maybe your friend bought an extra ticket and will hook it up. Or you could just wait to buy tickets to the second and third Zymurgy events in March and April, at Cloudburst Brewing and Reuben's Brews, respectively.