It kicks off at Chuckanut, the brewerY founded by Mari and Will Kemper and recorded at their brewery in Burlington, Washington, south of Bellingham where they long operated a pub and restaurant. This production facility is largely dedicated to lager, with a few ales thrown for good measure, but mostly lagers.
Dragon’s Milk began as a single barrel experiment over 20 years ago at New Holland Brewing Company and has since grown to become the best-selling American-made stout. Aged in bourbon barrels, rich notes of roasted malt, chocolate, and vanilla make for a deliciously smooth and drinkable brew. Whether it’s sitting by a bonfire or binging the latest season of Game of Thrones, share a legend with Dragon’s Milk today. Learn more and find Dragon’s Milk near you at dragonsmilk.com.
Heading to Colorado for GABF? You should check out the Denver Rare Beer Tasting on October 7th. It’s an incredible afternoon of beer passion featuring America’s top craft breweries pouring rare, exotic and vintage brews to benefit the Pints for Prostates campaign. This is truly a bucket list event for a great cause where you get to try beers you won’t find elsewhere, and meet the men and women who brewed them. More information at pintsforprostates.org.
About Drink Beer, Think Beer With John Holl
Drink Beer, Think Beer is a weekly podcast gets to the bottom of every pint with brewers, growers, and industry leaders on all aspects of the brewing industry. From ingredients and process, to philosophy and the art in each beer, the podcast is hosted by long-time journalist John Holl and is available on all the major podcast platforms.
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