Worldwide Beer Day is Friday, Aug. 5 and if you are wanting for the best put to celebrate, Bellingham is full of nearby breweries.
We requested audience to vote on their favourite community flagship beer from Whatcom County breweries, and the competitiveness was exceptionally close.
The non-scientific poll acquired 60 votes total throughout eight flagship brew decisions.
“Inspiration for Cedar Dust IPA hails from Bellingham’s legendary mountain bicycle trail on Galbraith Mountain,” Jon Kull, Boundary Bay Brewery’s model distribution manager, wrote in an email.
The Cedar Dust IPA is brewed with four versions of Washington-grown hops to encapsulate the spirit of the adventurous Pacific Northwest, according to Kull.
Boundary Bay Brewery opened in 1995 and has in excess of 15 brews on its menu. Boundary’s cafe also serves dishes these kinds of as fish tacos, gumbo, lamb burgers, french dips, pesto salmon and smoked salmon chowder.
Boundary Bay Brewery is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The brewery is positioned at 1107 Railroad Ave.
To celebrate the holiday break, Aslan Brewing Co. is providing 20% off all intercontinental beer bottles at the Aslan Depot on Aug. 5, according to Georgi Shillington, Aslan Brewing Co.’s Promoting Director.