Holy Mountain Brewing is ready to hit the market, launch event planned for Oct. 14

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It’s been a long time coming, but at last Holy Mountain Brewing finds itself ready to begin distributing beer. Seattle’s newest brewery plans to introduce itself with a kickoff event at the Pine Box on Tuesday, October 14th at 6:00 pm.

The wait is something that Holy Mountain thinks you should appreciate. In fact, that is part of the philosophy at Holy Mountain: they intend to rush nothing to market. Instead, they’ll lend much of their attention to carefully aged beers and apply slightly less focus to ready-to-drink ales, though they plan to make those too.

Two Beers Brewing introduces new seasonal beer – Grey Skies Dark Pale Ale


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Grand opening party – Fremont Brewing’s new Urban Beer Garden


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BREW Seattle beer fest – ticket giveaway, promo code, and more


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Pinebox Fresh Hop Fest celebrates the harvest, Oct. 6 & 7


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Craft Beer + Food 2014 – pictures and more


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Beer in the Barn – a beer fest at a farm in Snohomish


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Tonight and tomorrow at Latona Pub, fresh hop cask-conditioned ale


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