Last year the Canterbury Ale House on Capitol Hill reopened after a serious facelift. The venerable watering hole, beloved for being something of a neighborhood dive bar, completely reinvented itself. The Canterbury has now successfully completed the transformation to top notch beer bar with 30 taps. If you want to read more about the transformation, I direct you to the story that our friend Tan Vinh wrote for the Seattle Times last August. (click here)
For Seattle Beer Week this year, the Canterbury Ale House is serving up ten days of events. The Canterbury Ale House is located at 534 15th Ave. E. in Seattle. Details below:
The Canterbury Ale House Celebrates 10 Nights of Seattle Beer Week Promotions
Pub known as a top craft beer account in WA to host 10 nights of brewer nights
Seattle, Wash., May 4, 2015 – The Canterbury Ale House, the classic Capitol Hill haunt will host ten nights of beer promotions and brewer nights just in time for Seattle Beer Week. Running from May 7 through May 17, The Canterbury Ale House will serve $5 drafts and the ten days of beer events will include:
Thursday May 7 – Canterbury growler kick off and a Mac & Jacks brewers night and keep the pint/raffle giveaway from 7pm to 10pm
Friday May 8 – Shuffleboard tournament that starts at 8pm and a Hales Ales brewers night and keep the pint/raffle giveaway from 7pm to 10pm.
Saturday May 9 – Georgetown brewers night from 7pm to 10pm
Monday May 11 – Lagunitas brewers night and keep the pint/raffle giveaway from 7pm to 10pm
Tuesday May 12 – Ninkasi Beer+Dinner pairing with founder of Ninkasi hosting the event
Wednesday May 13 – Odin Brewing brewers night from 7pm to 10pm
Thursday May 14 – Beer pong tournament starts at 8pm and Deschutes brewers night from 7pm to 10pm
Friday May 15- New Belgium brewers night from 7pm to 10pm
Saturday May 16 – Sierra Nevada brewers night from 7pm to 10pm
Sunday May 17 – Chimay brewers night from 7pm to 10pm
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1627895644096063/
The Canterbury Ale House has a long, fabled past of reigning as the quintessential Capitol Hill watering hole. Nowadays, The Canterbury Ale House has stepped up their game and now holds the title of being a Top 25 Craft Beer Account for Washington State.
The Canterbury of today resembles its humble beginnings as the medieval alehouse while maturing with the neighborhood’s ever evolving taste in beer and libations. Behind the expansive bar are 30 unique taps of local, imported and hard-to-find beer. Purveyors of craft and rare beer rejoice as local favorites from Mac & Jacks, HIlliards, Two Beers, Black Raven, and Fremont find their way in the constant rotation of taps along with rarities such as Chimay White.
For those indifferent by fancier brews, not to worry! Monday only The Canterbury Ale House serves up a locally sourced burger and a can of Rainier for only $5.00, making this combo one of the best deals in Seattle.
ABOUT THE CANTERBURY ALE HOUSE
The Canterbury Ale House is a friendly neighborhood gastro pub conveniently located between the hospital and Volunteer Park. Open 3pm to midnight, weekday happy hour from 3pm to 6pm and again 10pm to midnight Sunday through Thursday. For more information please visit www.thecanterburyalehouse.com or call at (206) 325-3110.
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