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Re: “UPDATE: DAFT BADGER BREWING

The turkey sandwich is TO DIE FOR!! This place is a must -try for craft beer and fabulous food.

Posted by Erin Usher on 09/02/2015 at 9:45 PM

Re: “A New Home

This gives me pause despite how lovely it sounds. I have never yet been to a pub with a seriously effective monitoring ethic.

Posted by Mary Olsen Schumacher on 09/01/2015 at 10:33 AM

Re: “A Beer Hub

They must be a bunch of morons. Ask Mark Richard, the Cowles, and the Downtown Spokane Partnership - downtown is a dangerous place full of bums and street kids, parking is impossible, and on and on and on...

(Yes, this is satire. I work downtown and regularly come back in the evening or on weekends with my family. The people that are scared of downtown don't get out much and will always probably feel more comfortable shopping at a big box, eating at a chain restaurant, and walking around a mall - they'll probably drive around for hours in a vast expanse of asphalt looking for a parking spot close to the door too. Takes all kinds I guess.)

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Posted by EdZuck on 08/31/2015 at 11:14 AM

Re: “A Beer Hub

Orlison exclusively brews lagers and its Pilsner 37 is a fine beer. I read another article which claimed five new breweries will be opening in Spokane within the next year. Spokane is no Portland but it is becoming a beer haven in its own right.

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Posted by William Howlett Breckenridge on 08/30/2015 at 7:56 PM

Re: “Breweries of the Inland Northwest

@Michael, @burmy - Apparently Downdraft and Zythum don't count, either, not to mention several other places outside Spokane/Kootenai counties.

@patwick - What you're saying is true of most craft breweries everywhere, lagers tie up your tanks longer and you have to mess with an extra yeast. But as noted in the list above, Perry and Waddell's regularly do pilsners (and also a Vienna at Waddell's); Orlison does almost all lagers (though from ale-derived recipes), and cans most of them.

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Posted by BB on 08/29/2015 at 1:03 PM

Re: “Breweries of the Inland Northwest

Don't put Daft Badger on the list, I don't want anyone to know!

Posted by Michael Langenheim on 08/28/2015 at 2:13 PM

Re: “A Co-op for Hops

If these brewers are sticking to ales, IPA's , porters and stouts, I could care less. There are damn few places one can purchase Spokane brewed Pilsner and Lager to drink with an ale. So far Sessions is my only option. I only drink LOCAL.

Posted by patwick on 08/27/2015 at 10:19 PM

Re: “Breweries of the Inland Northwest

Beer, what beer. Spokane is not a beer hub or town, rather it is an Ale town. Who locally brews pilsner or lager which is easily available locally. The Hefeweizen is great in season but "Local Beer - non ales?... I'm waiting

Posted by patwick on 08/27/2015 at 5:51 PM

Re: “A Beer Hub

No! Spokane is not a beer hub, rather it is an ale town. Who locally brews pilsner or lager? The hefeweisen (rp) is great in season but "Local Beer?... I'm waiting. anyone else??

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Posted by patwick on 08/27/2015 at 5:45 PM

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