Welcome to NWMicroBrews, a site dedicated to a collection of over 4400 microbrew bottles from over 800 brewers, Northwest or otherwise.   So sit back and see if your favorites are here, but first a 'Thank You' to my contributors:

KEN BATES, MARTIN BAUER, JANNE BEKKESETH, HILDE BJORKHEIM, MIKE BLAIN, BOTTLEWORKS, ANDREW and METTE CLARKE, CARTER DANNE, TIM EBLING, SHANNON FENTON, JIM HOWARD, SUSAN HOWARD, MICHAEL JAMES, DIANNA, KIRSTEN, and LOREN JENSEN, RJ JOHANSEN, ROBERT MARCEL, DANE and de-ANNA MARTIN, STEVE McVICKER of MICROBREW-NW, PETER MELLINGER, BRADLEY PEET, TERRY PENNELL, DAVID PETRUZZI, LINCOLN SKRYPECK, JEFF SQUIRE, KEVIN VAUGHAN, and MATT YOUNTS.

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AUGUST 28, 2015

PYRAMID:   I've got some more old PYRAMID labels for todays update so its only appropriate to see whats new from them.   Looks like a new Spring seasonal is on the horizon, Hopfen Spring.   Quite a ways away considerig its not even Autumn yet.   Here tiz:




MARCH 22, 2015

PYRAMID:   Given that today I am doing an update with some really old PYRAMID labels, I thought I might check to see what is on the horizon.   I've found that PYRAMID will be releasing a new Fall seasonal called Rye Pale Ale.   One thing I gotta say about PYRAMID is that I really like that they went back to a variation of labels from the past, but they also routinely come up with new beers, either in 12oz or 22oz form.   Given they are already thinking about Autumn, perhaps its not too late to hope that they too will come up with a bottled Pumpkin Ale.   Anyways, here is what you can expect to see this Fall:




FEBRUARY 25, 2015

BIG HORN:   Today marks the 16th Anniversary for Bottleworks in Seattle.   A local RAM Restaurant and Brewery was tasked with brewing a Gin barrel aged Baltic Porter.   This years beer is described as "Deep black with an intensely complex dark malt character. Rich flavors of roast barley, dark chocolate and molasses dominate the smooth profile of this strong lager. Aged in Cooperworks Distillery Gin barrels to create nuanced notes of juniper, licorice and oak, with a warming finish."   In honor of this release I updated the site with a bunch of other Baltic Porters that I have had over the years.   Here is the label:




FEBRUARY 24, 2014

THE LOST ABBEY:   This month marks the 15th Anniversary for Bottleworks in Seattle.   THE LOST ABBEY was tasked with blending a special beer for the occasion.   While there is no official word on what that blend is, we can say for certain that the beer was aged in Tequila barrels.   The release party will be held @ Bottleworks on March 4th at 11am.   Have yourself a looksie:




APRIL 23, 2013

FREMONT:   Another update from FREMONT BREWING.   Originially brewed for the 7th Anniversary (March 2012) of Brouwer's Café, FREMONT will be releasing this one in bottles @ Bottleworks on April 30th.   Having had this on draught, I can say I am really looking forward to this one:




APRIL 4, 2013

FREMONT:   This years Seattle Beer Week runs from May 9th to the 19th.   Chosen to brew their 5th Anniversay beer was FREMONT BREWING.   Pictured below is their Seattle Beer Week Organic Pale Ale:




MAY 15, 2011

TWO BEERS:   A new brewery has popped up in Seattle, TWO BEERS BREWING.   While I haven't yet put up their Evolutionary IPA or Persnickety Pale, it appears they will have a third bottled beer coming soon, Panorama Wheat Ale:




FEBRUARY 21, 2011

BRUERY:   This years Bottleworks Anniversary, now on #12, was brewed by THE BRUERY out of Placentia California.   Here is what Patrick Rue had to say about the beer: "Base beer: Imperial Witbier, 8% ABV, sour mashed 1-2 days, and fermented with a blend of Berliner Weisse culture and Belgian Witbier yeast. Beer is barrel fermented in large red wine barrels (132 gal. barrels). Raspberries are added to the beer towards the end of fermentation directly to the barrel, and aged on the raspberries for a minimum of 1 month. The Berliner culture contains souring bacteria and the raspberries will add acidity to the beer."   Sounds pretty tasty!   Here is a sneak peek at the label:




JANUARY 12, 2011

ROSLYN:   Yep, there was a new label from ROSLYN BREWING.   Roslyn Beer is now Roslyn Dark Lager.   I've always wondered if they will ever release anything new?   It sure would be nice if they did!






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