Friday, May 14, 2010

Keep wine-ing

So we met with our wine guy today. We decided to go with Washington State wines. So when you do come in to have a nice glass of "grape juice" don't just contemplate on the bouquet, the body, or the acidity, but how great it is that we are lucky enough to have great wines produced right here in Washington State. Not only are you getting a good buzz, but you're doing so while supporting the wineries in your state. I would say that is a win win situation. Now we are on a mission to get some local brews. Anyone have any suggestions? Do you all have a favorite micro-brew? We're not excepting brews you make in your basement at the the moment, but would appreciate if you let us in on some awesome beers you like to knock back every now and then. We were told that Laughing Buddha is fantastic. To let you all in on a secret, I'm quite the light weight. So if you're looking for a cheap date, I'm your gal. Anyways, any suggestions you have are appreciated. Thanks for joining me today. Enjoy your weekend!

7 comments:

  1. kung fu girl Riesling is yummy too =)

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  2. Oooh...is that a Washington State wine? I'll have to ask my wine guy about that. :)

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  3. You should get Manny''s Pale Ale. Mmmmm.

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  4. Haha...that's what everyone is telling me and I think we're going to go that route. It is pretty yummy.

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  5. I second Manny's. Georgetown Brewing also has some other really tasty beers that you may want to try out. Chopper's is an amazing beer! They are also local if you're trying to keep it local. Red Hook and Pyramid are also great local (well, maybe not local anymore, but started out local) beers and have a ton of selections. The Hefeweizen from Pyramid and the Red Hook ESB are my two personal fav's. I am really excited for your cafe to open as I live just up the block at Pratt Park :-) Good luck!

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  6. I third the Manny's from Georgetown, but also recommend the yummy Mac and Jack's, brewed in Redmond. Looking forward to visiting!

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  7. Thanks for all the suggestions. I very much appreciate all the help I can get. I look forward to meeting all of you. Please feel free to let me know if my selection of beer is a big blow to the gut of disappointment.

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