Hop picking party on Monday at Brouwer’s Cafe


Just got word of a hop picking party this Monday, August 6th at Brower’s Cafe in Seattle. These freshly picked hops will be used by Two Beers Brewing. Here’s the announcement with details from Brouwer’s:

The folks at Two Beers Brewing just reach out to us with an event idea for Monday— A north of the ship canal hop picking party.  Monday from 5-8 here at Brouwer’s.

Facebook event here:

Event Blurb:

Two Beers Blurb Centennial and cluster

We have great news for you – the hop growing season has been outstanding this year and fresh hop beers will soon take over taps across the land.

But… why wait, when you can have fresh hops now! On Monday, August 6th we’ll be tapping the first fresh hop beer of the year with Two Beers’ Brewing Centennial and Cluster Fresh Hop IPA!

Now here is where we could use your help. Picking hops off the vine is a super fun and rewarding process, but one that takes a few hands. It takes a village to brew a fresh hop. Two Beers will be bringing hop vines all the way from Yakima and we’ll be picking hops off the vine on the patio from 5-8 pm while drinking that sweet, sweet fresh nectar.

Since it is such a good time, we are inviting you all out to help “harvest” and touch, feel, and smell those buds of love. We won’t even charge you an apple. We do recommend long sleeves and hand pruners, but rubber gloves will be provided.