What's On Tap at Elliott Bay This Month

Just got word from Elliott Bay Brewery (West Seattle and Burien) about what’s on tap this month. January features the following seasonal selections in addition to their standard house beers.

  • 1492 – Red-ish IPA brewed with 100% Columbus hops.
  • Cali Ave. IPA – Brewer Dan Ashley’s take on an IPA from his native California. Read our previous story about Dan.
  • Demolition Ale – A dry-hopped strong-ish Pale Ale that won a bronze medal in 2004.
  • Hop Scotch – Brown and boldly hoppy with plenty of malt goodness.
  • Noir von Boorian – Our take on the classic black beer style fermented with Belgian yeast.
  • Pro-Am Imperial Pale Ale – Dry-hopped strong pale ale.



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  1. Oh nice, thanks for the update. I have been kind of on the outs with Elliot Bay after some sub-par meals but those beer selections are enough to bring me back 😉 The 1492 is a bit too subtle hops-wise but I’m interested in trying their Cali IPA & Demolition. And the Pro-AM Pliny clone is yummers.

    Russ

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What's On Tap at Elliott Bay This Month

Just got word from Elliott Bay Brewery (West Seattle and Burien) about what’s on tap this month. January features the following seasonal selections in addition to their standard house beers.

  • 1492 – Red-ish IPA brewed with 100% Columbus hops.
  • Cali Ave. IPA – Brewer Dan Ashley’s take on an IPA from his native California. Read our previous story about Dan.
  • Demolition Ale – A dry-hopped strong-ish Pale Ale that won a bronze medal in 2004.
  • Hop Scotch – Brown and boldly hoppy with plenty of malt goodness.
  • Noir von Boorian – Our take on the classic black beer style fermented with Belgian yeast.
  • Pro-Am Imperial Pale Ale – Dry-hopped strong pale ale.



  1. Oh nice, thanks for the update. I have been kind of on the outs with Elliot Bay after some sub-par meals but those beer selections are enough to bring me back 😉 The 1492 is a bit too subtle hops-wise but I’m interested in trying their Cali IPA & Demolition. And the Pro-AM Pliny clone is yummers.

    Russ