Women in Beer

A special Seattle Beer Week event benefitting Planned Parenthood.
Monday, May 8th
5:00pm - 8:00 pm
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Pike Hive Five – Now in Cans

Pike Hive Five is now available year-round in eye-catching 12 oz. cans. With a surprisingly dry and crisp flavor and a slight clover like essence of honey at the finish, Pike Hive Five is springtime in a glass. This light and flavorful hopped honey ale comes to cans just in time for beer lovers to take…

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Pike XXXXX Stout Mustard Wins Good Food Award

Pike XXXXX Stout Mustard brings home another medal! This stone ground mustard, which is served at The Pike Pub and sold in local retail stores, received the prestigious Good Food Award on Friday, January 20th. Awarded to products which exemplify, “tasty, authentic and responsible food systems” the Good Food Awards were held in San Francisco…

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Octopus Ink Black IPA – Seasonal Release

Seattle craft beer, Octopus Ink Black IPA

Pike Octopus Ink Black IPA is a complex and intriguing beer, blending the hoppy flavor of your favorite IPA with the dark malt character of a tasty stout. This seasonal beer is dry hopped not once, but twice, with Citra, Amarillo and Simcoe hops, ensuring that plenty of citrus and piney hops shine through it’s…

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Hoppy New Beer! 2017 Beer Releases

New year, new beers! Pike Brewing Company has exciting plans for 2017 and our brewers have settled on a diverse and creative line-up for our core, seasonal and limited release beers for the year.  You’ll notice a move towards bigger beers in our seasonal line up and that one of our most sought after beers is becoming a…

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Auld Acquaintance 2016 Honors Charlie Papazian

Winter Warmer Recognizes the Father of American Homebrewing The silver lining of Prohibition is that it taught people to brew –though illegally. When Jimmy Carter signed the law in 1978 making homebrewing legal, the world of beer changed forever. That was the time that Charlie Papazian started the American Homebrewer’s Association, and later, The Brewer’s…

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Pike Place Ale – Return of A Heritage Beer

Pike Place Ale

Way back in 1989, a tiny brewery opened just below Seattle’s Pike Place Market. As Washington State’s 5th craft brewer in the new wave of microbreweries, Pike Place Brewery, as Pike Brewing Company was then known, launched with a classic: Pike Place Ale. Since its very first batch, Pike Place Ale was brewed with only…

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