Inauguration Day Parties

Lots of people will be celebrating tomorrow. Here are just a few of the parties we’ve heard about. Get out there and celebrate the Inauguration!

The Attic, Seattle’s Madison Park neighborhood – Join the Attic and Rogue for a night of celebration, trivia and Rogue giveaways. They’ll be serving up Rogue American Ale to mark the occasion. 7:00 PM.

Boundary Bay Brewery, Bellingham – The doors open at 11:00 AM. All the day’s events will be up on the TVs.  At 8:00, live jazz. Bring donations for the local food bank. Boundary Bay Brewery has been chosen to be part of the live broadcast on ABC that starts at 5 pm (PST).  Through interactive technology and a live broadcast on ABC, the “Neighborhood Ball” will be linked with Boundary Bay Brewery and other parties across the country, making for a truly special night that all Americans can take part in.

Naked City Taphouse, Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood – They will be open at 7:50 AM, at which time they will tap a keg of Ale to the Chief, from Avery Brewing.

Beveridge Place Pub, West Seattle – They will also tap a keg of Ale to the Chief to mark the occasion, but they won’t be opening early. Join them at 3:00 PM. They’ll also be offering dollar discounts to their wide array of American bottled brews.  Offerings include Allagash Hugh Malone, Avery Fifteen, Russian River Damnation, Full Sail Topsail Bourbon Porter, Jolly Pumpkin Bambiere, New Belgium La Folie, and lots of stuff from Cascade, Baron, and Lost Abbey.

Chuckanut Brewery and Kitchen, Bellingham – They’ll be having a Presidential Happy Hour from 4:00 – 6:00 that will include “Presidential Pints” — $1 off pints of beer and glasses of wine, and .50 cents off schooners along with a $1 off starters & pizzas. Chef Chad Bowe will have some dynamic “Hawaiian Specials” to celebrate Barack Obama’s Hawaiian Roots! Our large flat screen TV in the bar will display live coverage of the Presidential Inauguration.

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4 comments

  1. Can’t wait for the Ale to the Chief. I was in Colorado in November and tasted it in the Avery tasting room (batch #2). It was amazing! I’ve since had a couple bottles of it. It’s great out of the bottle but, was so much better straight out of the tap.

    Also, I went to the Naked City website and they say they’re opening at 8:30, not 7:50.

  2. We won’t have the Presidential Inauguration on as there’s no television at 99 Bottles, but we’ll be serving beer & cake to celebrate the store’s second year.

    $2.50 for 5 beer samples, a piece of rich chocolate cake with cream cheese filling & entry to win a basket of beer gear. Club $1.

    Pop in between 4 & 8 p.m. and have some cake & beer before you head elsewhere to watch the Inauguration!

    http://blogs.thenewstribune.com/tntdiner/2009/01/14/beer_cake_yes

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