The Stranger Presents Zymurgy: Weird Fermentation
February 21, 2019
7pm - 9pm
Seattle has more breweries than almost anywhere else in the country, even though our population is only a fraction of America’s largest cities. Beer is ubiquitous in our communities, yet we rarely talk about the stories behind our beer.
Let’s change that.
The Stranger is partnering with some of our favorite local breweries to present Zymurgy, a series of beer events where we bring fascinating conversation and wonderful beer together.
During this first event in The Stranger’s new Zymurgy Beer Series, discover what happens when Washington’s most subversive brewers embrace the unpredictability of weird fermentation. Find out why Machine House Brewing’s Bill Arnott employs the historic open fermentation of English ales; how Fremont’s Adam Paysse of Floodland Brewing makes some of the country’s most expressive beer; and how Amber Watts and Ron Extract of Bellingham’s Garden Path Fermentation use the wild yeast of Skagit Valley. A curated tasting and moderated panel discussion are included in ticket price.