Fans of the musical ales of Woodinville’s Twelve Bar Brews will no doubt soon be singing sudsy praises of some new beers, thanks to the arrival of a new and larger fermenter, the Washington Beer Blog reports.
The new 30-barrel fermenter will allow the popular brewery to increase production by 40 percent.
“I’m leaning toward doing some different imperials,” owner Kirk Hilse, a Woodinville High grad, told the blog. “But I may change my mind on that so don’t quote me.”
The brewery’s ales are available at some 80 Seattle area bars and restaurants, including the Horseshoe Tavern and Rooney’s here in Woodinville, and Preservation Kitchen in Bothell.
Woodinville Patch was there soon after Twelve Bar began strumming barley and hops -- see the story here: http://woodinville.patch.com/articles/twelve-bar-woodinville-born-and-brewed.