The Latona Winter Beer Series continues on Monday, January 21st. This event in particular mingles the new with the old. Latona Pub is one of the Seattle’s original beer bars. They began pouring nothing but craft beer in 1987, back when it was difficult to get your hands on the good stuff — the stuff we used to call “micro brew” back in the day. For over 30 years, publican Bob Brenlin has remained fiercely dedicated to supporting the local beer industry.
On Monday, January 21st, Latona Pub welcomes Future Primitive Brewing, Seattle’s newest brewery. (See our story about their opening in late December.) The crew from Latona Pub collaborated on a beer with Future Primitive and on Monday they’ll tap into the results. Also, some other tasty treats from Future Primitive.
Here’s the announcement from Latona Pub:
Latona Winter Beer Series: Future Primitive
MON, JAN 21 AT 6:30 PM
Our Winter Beer series continues on Monday, January 21 with the release of our collaboration with Future Primitive Brewing. This yet-to-be-named hoppy red rye brew was hopped up with Chinook, Citra, Mosaic, and Hallertauer hops, and will be the perfect beer to get us through January.
The Future Primitive folks have a long history at the Latona, so we’re extremely excited to release this one with them and celebrate the opening of their taproom in White Center!
Dinner in the loft starts at 6:30pm (ask your server/bartender for details or send a message), followed by the release party at 8:30pm
Feature Tap List:
- Latona/Future Primitive Brewing Collaboration Red Rye IPA
- Future Primitive Brewing Moment Belgian Blonde
- Future Primitive Brewing Penny Marshall Noble Pale
- Future Primitive Brewing Black River Oatmeal Stout