The Barrel Thief Wine & Whiskey Bar will hold its annual Bourbon Tasting on Dec 10th.
On Tuesday, December 10th, 7p – 9p, The Barrel Thief Wine & Whiskey Bar will host its annual Bourbon Tasting. For $10, get four tastes of any of the bourbons in the bar including:
- George Stagg Jr
- Hancock’s President’s Reserve Single Barrel
- Rock Hill Farms Single Barrel
- James E. Pepper 15-Year
- Smooth Ambler Old Scout 10-Year
- McKenna 10-Year Single Barrel
- Blanton’s Single Barrel
- Tatoosh (Seattle)
- OOLA (Seattle)
- Woodinville Whiskey Co.
- Hudson Baby Bourbon
For this special tasting, The Barrel Thief will also bring in some surprises, including some very special bourbons that will cost slightly more per taste. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about some new and exciting American whiskeys.
For more information, visit The Barrel Thief Facebook page, contact Christopher@bthief.com, or 206/372-4747.
A drawing of the 66′ Shallow Draft Tender designed by Kvichak Marine Industries
Kvichak Marine Industries announced recently the award of a contract by Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation (NSEDC) to have this Fremont-based company build an all-aluminum 66’ Shallow Draft Tender. Designed by Kvichak, the boat will be used by multiple fisheries in and around Norton Sound, Alaska.
Powered by twin Cummings marine diesel engines, this Tender contains two man staterooms and a full galley. Kvichak has scheduled delivery to NSEDC in Spring of 2014.
For more information about the Shallow Draft Tender, or other Kvichak boats, contact Kvichak Marine Industries at 206/545-8485 or firstname.lastname@example.org
With only 28 donors giving so far, the fundraising effort to save Stone Soup Theatre is off to a heartening start. The Indiegogo Campaign has already raised $3,285 of the $5,000 needed – but the goal must be reached to keep this small, independent theater venue open and operating for the coming year.
Please consider giving to help Stone Soup pay its 40% rent increase, and triple net charges. With only a little over two weeks to go, it is important to keep money flowing in. If you’ve already given, could you consider sharing this posting with others who want to support live entertainment in our community?
With the staging of the Book-It Repertory Theatre production of its Circumbendibus series at West of Lenin this month, the need for smaller, more intimate venues has been further legitimized. Without these funds, Fremont could lose the upcoming season of Stone Soup Theatre productions – but Seattle will also lose another precious resource for its struggling theater community.
Please help! Visit Indiegogo for more information.
On Tuesday, November 12th, from 6:30p – 7:30p-ish, the new wine & coffee bar Vif (at 4401 Fremont Ave N) will hold a special wine tasting with selections from LIOCO Winery. The cost is $15, including snacks, but not tax/gratuity.
Formed in 2005, LIOCO Winery demonstrates that wines of place can be made in California. Co-founders Matt Licklider and Kevin O’Conner set out to find cool climate vineyard sites with great soil and older vines, then questioned the typical production practices of contemporary wineries and forged their own path in the cellar. As a result, LIOCO wines are clear, mineral, balanced and a joy to drink.
On November 12th, meet John Mark, the National Representative for LIOCO, who will guide attendees through the wines. This tasting at Vif will include:
- LIOCO Sonoma County Chardonnay 2011 ($21)
- LIOCO Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2011 ($42)
- LIOCO Chardonnay Demuth Vineyard 2010 ($35)
- LIOCO Indica 2010 ($21)
- LIOCO Indica Rosé 2012 ($20)
- LIOCO Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2011 ($40)
Come enjoy an evening of special wines in this new venue at the Top Of The Universe. Space is limited for this night of wine tasting – please call Vif at 206/557-7357 or e-mail email@example.com to reserve space. If you can’t make it on November 12th, consider stopping by another time to check out this new business.