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Woodinville Breweries Get a Little Love from Seattle Met Magazine

While Woodinville wineries may be accustomed to media attention, the Seattle Metropolitan magazine is giving props to the burgeoning beer industry in town.

While Woodinville wineries may be accustomed to media attention, the Seattle Metropolitan magazine is giving props to the burgeoning beer industry in town. 

It gives a nod to Redhook as long being the brewery in what's been known as a place for wine aficionados.

And then the article touts a quartet of breweries that have sprouted up more recently, attracting locals and regional beer drinkers to the Woodinville area as well.

The breweries include:

  • Brickyard Brewing, which is lauded for its "toasty-sweet Masonry Oatmeal Stout,"
  • Dirty Bucket Brewing Co., with "The Filthy Hoppin’ IPA, a love letter to hopheads, though balanced enough for the rest of us to appreciate, too,"
  • Triplehorn Brewing Co., mentioned in part for "the yet-unnamed seasonal porter, aged in used syrah barrels," and;
  • Twelve Bar Brews, of which the story says, "The Turnaround Red – brightly hoppy without getting all up in your face about it."

For the full story on the Seattle Met website, click here. 

Tony Bussert November 30, 2012 at 04:03 PM
Awesome to see our lesser known breweries getting some love!
@TastingFoodWine November 30, 2012 at 07:35 PM
we've been to all the Woodinville breweries, they are all great and have their own style and tastes. If you haven't visited them all, you should go!

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