To Go Box: Brick West's new menu, Chad White's spice blends, No-Li's latest fundraiser

click to enlarge Patio season is coming, and Brick West is ready. - YOUNG KWAK
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Patio season is coming, and Brick West is ready.

Brick West debuts new spring menu

Patio season is upon us, and to celebrate a return to safe, outdoor dining, Brick West Brewing Co. in west downtown has launched a new spring food menu.

Snacks to share include nachos and a hummus plate, plus there’s a couple options for the kiddos. One highlight of the new menu: several new sausages from local Sonnenberg’s Market, including Italian, Andouille and smoked bratwurst. There also are a couple of cold sandwiches to round things out; all handhelds come with a side of Tim’s Cascade chips, a cup of soup or salad.

Brick West is gearing up for a summer of outdoor events on its expansive patio adjacent to a large public plaza, ranging from live music and outdoor yoga to pet adoption showcases.


Chad White creates custom spice blends for Spiceology

Award-winning Spokane chef Chad White has teamed up with Spokane-based Spiceology to launch a series of spice blends inspired by the Pacific Northwest, and White’s own barbecue secrets as showcased on his menu at TT’s Brewery & Barbecue in Spokane Valley.

First up is the Brisket Bomb, a blend of black pepper, salt and Roast House Coffee’s F-Bomb, offering notes of dark cherry and dry cacao. Then there’s the Flavor Hog, a sweet and spicy pork rub blend with salt, cane sugar, paprika, molasses granules, ancho and habañero chilis, garlic, onion and citric acid. Third in the lineup is the Hot Bird, a spicy poultry seasoning with sugar, salt, paprika, chili peppers, garlic and onion. Buy them in single jars ($10-$23) or as a trio ($24/$64) from Spiceology’s website.

No-Li Brewhouse continues major community donation campaign

Well known for its ongoing philanthropic efforts, No-Li Brewhouse is now on a mission to match up to $40,000 in community donations toward its Stay Strong Together Community Fundraiser until a threshold of $80,000 is reached.

This latest community partnership aims to support children in foster care, experiencing homelessness or living in low-income families who are “surviving on the fringes,” according to a recent press release. Beneficiaries of the donations include Teen and Kid Closer, St. Margaret’s Children & Family Shelter, Embrace Washington and Big Table Spokane.


So far, the brewery has raised more than $20,000 via a combination of community contributions matched by No-Li’s sales profits. Donations can be made online here, in person at the pub or via mail.

Bottomless(ish) Mimosa Sunday Brunch @ Nectar Catering & Events

Sundays, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Continues through May 23
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Chey Scott

Chey Scott is the Inlander's food and listings editor. She compiles the weekly events calendar for the print and online editions of the Inlander, manages and edits the food section, and also writes about local arts and culture. Chey (pronounced Shay) is a lifelong Spokanite and a graduate of Washington State University...