Pyramid Breweries Releasing 10 New Beers at the Seattle Alehouse

We’ve told you that Pyramid Breweries is once again making good beer and doing some interesting, creative things at the resurrected brewhouse in Seattle. (To read about it, click here). We weren’t kidding. Today I want to share information about a beer-fueled fundraiser on Wednesday, March 6 at the Pyramid Alehouse in Seattle. Kim Brusco, brewmaster at the Seattle brewery, invites you to join him for a multi-beer release party.

Pyramid is releasing ten new beers. For the cost of admission, guests receive unlimited samples of all ten beers. Among the new brews are an Irish Red Ale, a Dark IPA, a Single Hop Imperial IPA, a Honey Bock, and even a Berliner Weisse (Mrs. Beerblog’s favorite). I’m not sure if all ten of the new brews are products of the Seattle brewery, but I can definitely recognize that Kim Brusco’s fingerprints are all over at least some of the beers. The complete beer list and other details are below.

Proceeds from the event benefit the local chapter of the American Heart Association. The cost of the event is just $20 and 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the cause.

Kim Brusco talks to the crowd at a Barleywine Dinner last May.


Pyramid Hosts Fundraiser Beer Release Tasting

Featuring unlimited samples of 10 NEW brews; 100% of the proceeds benefit AHA – Puget Sound

Pyramid Alehouse in Seattle is partnering with the local chapter of the American Heart Association to raise money and awareness throughout American Heart Month. To close out Heart Month, Pyramid is hosting a beer release tasting fundraising where guests can enjoy unlimited samples of ten new Pyramid beers.

When: Wednesday, March 6 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: Pyramid Alehouse, 1201 1st Ave S Seattle, WA

What:  Enjoy unlimited samples of Pyramid’s 10 new brews benefiting the American Heart Association!

New beers being sampled at the event include: Weiss Cream, Irish Red Ale, Honey Bock, Wheat Lager, Single Hop Imperial IPA, Berliner Weisse, Wheat Passion, Wit, the local draft-only Nut Brown Ale and the returning seasonal favorite – Discord Dark IPA.

Cost is $20. The American Heart Association – Puget Sound will receive 100% of the proceeds from ticket sales.

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  1. If your brewing in seattle-why make an ave beer? Never been impressed by one of there beers at the seattle pub-yet go a few miles south and there’s Big Al-Two Beer- Odin-and Georgetown Brewing cranking quality.

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