Belgianfest 2011 follow up and pictures

Belgianfest 2011 was a blast. Once again, the Washington Beer Commission organized an outstanding festival that showcased the amazing beers being produced by Washington brewers. Cheers to the Commission’s festival organizers and to all of the great breweries that poured such an interesting and delicious selection of Belgian-inspired beers!

A few of our favorite beers included: Naked City’s Gilda Wild American Ale, Ram University Village’s Sour Diesel, Big Time’s Saison Grisette, Elliott Bay’s Belgian Black IPA, and Paradise Creek’s Hoe Style Wit. There were so many more. What was your favorite?

Here are a few pictures from the event.

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  1. Issaquah, Hales, Georgetown to name few had some awesome Belgian Style brews. I love the creativity the comes out when you ask a brewer to think outside the box.

  2. I liked:
    Gilda, Brett Von Boorien, Anacortes Sour Browm from Bourbon, Saison Grisette, Der Blokken Begian Gold, Ram Bier de Mars, and Snipes Twangzister.

    We swung by Black Raven on the way back to Bellingham and the place was packed, even with the new room open. Great room and great beer.

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