Artisan Dinner at Elliott Bay Burien

UPDATE – Feb. 5th – The event is sold out.

Elliott Bay Burien  Brewhouse is hosting their first Hand Crafted Artisans Dinner. Chef Kerry White and brewer Doug Hindman invite you for five courses of sustainable and locally sourced gastronomic delights along with seasonal house favorites and some fancified barrel-aged ales.

Thursday, February 26th at 7 pm. Or show up early for a pre-func pint. The cost for the evening is $50.00 per person, including tax and gratuity. Pre-payment and reservations are required. Please ask a bartender or server for more information or to sign up. www.elliottbaybrewing.com.



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  1. Okay, I call lame – for the first time ever – on EB Burien, a place I generally like on my occasional visits there. I called them to book over the phone, and was told I have to come to the pub in Burien to buy a ticket for this event, not possible over the phone. This is a brewery that prides itself on organic sourcing, biodiesel truck, and other green initiatives, but they want me to drive down from my home in West Seattle just to buy a ticket? What’s up with that?

  2. A followup: I called Tuesday night, 2/3/09, and was able to secure a reservation over the phone, giving them my CC number over the phone. It’s filling up fast and is very likely to sell out soon. All’s well the ends, etc.

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Artisan Dinner at Elliott Bay Burien

UPDATE – Feb. 5th – The event is sold out.

Elliott Bay Burien  Brewhouse is hosting their first Hand Crafted Artisans Dinner. Chef Kerry White and brewer Doug Hindman invite you for five courses of sustainable and locally sourced gastronomic delights along with seasonal house favorites and some fancified barrel-aged ales.

Thursday, February 26th at 7 pm. Or show up early for a pre-func pint. The cost for the evening is $50.00 per person, including tax and gratuity. Pre-payment and reservations are required. Please ask a bartender or server for more information or to sign up. www.elliottbaybrewing.com.



Cheers to our sponsors, like...

  1. Okay, I call lame – for the first time ever – on EB Burien, a place I generally like on my occasional visits there. I called them to book over the phone, and was told I have to come to the pub in Burien to buy a ticket for this event, not possible over the phone. This is a brewery that prides itself on organic sourcing, biodiesel truck, and other green initiatives, but they want me to drive down from my home in West Seattle just to buy a ticket? What’s up with that?

  2. A followup: I called Tuesday night, 2/3/09, and was able to secure a reservation over the phone, giving them my CC number over the phone. It’s filling up fast and is very likely to sell out soon. All’s well the ends, etc.