In addition to being one of the nation’s hotbeds for great craft beer, the Seattle area has a proud place in aviation history. We built the bombers that won World War II, we built the first jet airliners, and today we continue to lead the way when it comes to commercial aviation. Can you tell I’m proud of Boeing? It’s surprising that more breweries don’t embrace our aviations roots the like Airways Brewing and Wingman Brewing. Whether it has anything to do with airplanes or not, the two breweries recently collaborated on a beer. On Wednesday, February 8th they will celebrate its release at the Airways Bistro in downtown Kent. I suppose anything Airways and Wingman do is aviation-related to some degree
From Alex, at Airways Brewing:
Our first ever collaboration beer – We brewed a Chocolate Rye beer with a hint of Caraway Seeds in conjunction with Wingman Brewers of Tacoma. Join us at the Bistro in Downtown Kent, along with the Wingman brew crew, starting at 5:30 p.m.
Our kitchen will feature street-style tacos made from shredded beef slow-cooked in our Starliner Stout. Mmmm. Wingman will also bring a keg of their Stratofortress Belgian Strong Ale aged on Cedar.