Chainline Brewing 4th Anniversary Party

Chainline Brewing in Seattle’s suburb of Kirkland, Washington is celebrating their 4th Anniversary this Saturday, April 20th. The brewery will use their birthday party as the debut of their Old Growth Barrel Series, and will also be giving away swag all day, giving tours every hour and have Pecos Pit BBQ food truck on site noon to 5pm.

The Old Growth Barrel Series is a barrel-aged lineup of beers including a traditional saison amongst four different styles. Chainline will have these beers on draft and for sale to-go and in bottles. We have barrel aged a traditional Saison in four different styles and will release these on draft and in bottles at our party.

More from a press release:

Old Growth Saison 1-4 is the first iteration of this new rotating barrel series from Chainline. These bright and delicate beers feature two different kinds of yeast and two different kinds of wine barrels. Saison One is our base Saison aged for a year in a clean red wine barrel. Saison Two is the base Saison aged in a Grenache barrel. Saison Three is the base Saison aged in a red wine barrel and underwent secondary fermentation on Brettanoymyces Bruxellensis. Lastly, Saison Four is the base beer aged in a Grenache barrel with Brett Brux. 7.2-7.4% ABV
Malts: Pilsner, Vienna, Wheat
Hops: Magnum, Herbsbrucker, Saaz
Yeast: Napoleon, Brettanomyces Bruxellensis

Additionally, we have a ton of beers that will make short visits to the taps
including an extremely limited Barleywine, Double Cerne, our recent Steinbier, and the return of Flowtron IPA.

Chainline Brewing 4th Anniversary Party

Saturday, April 20th noon – 5pm 503 6th St South, Kirkland, WA 98033
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