Beer Tasting Deals in Seattle
Prohibition-era watering holes were nicknamed "speakeasies" because of alcohol's tendency to make skilled orators of its imbibers. Improve your diction with this Groupon. Choose from Four Options $5 for a five-schooner beer-tasting tray for one (a $10 value) $10 for five-schooner beer-tasting trays for two (a $20 value) $15 for five-schooner beer-tasting trays for three (a $30 value) $20 for five-schooner beer-tasting trays for four (a $40 value) Each visitor receives five 8-ounce schooners of the rotating on-tap beers in a tasting tray. The staff details the differences between beers, the various flavors, and the brewing processes. Afterward, the beers ...
Choose Between Two Options $15 for a vodka-distillation lesson, tasting, and souvenir glasses for two (a $30 value) $29 for a vodka-distillation lesson, tasting, and souvenir glasses for four (a $60 value)
The only thing that might top a mug of Seattle coffee is a pint of one of Seattle's craft brews. With this offer, pay $59 to taste the ales and lagers the Emerald City has to offer on The Ultimate Seattle Brewery Tour. Meet outside the Experience Music Project in downtown to hop on a luxury bus and be whisked away to three of Seattle's favorite breweries. You'll be equipped with a LivingSocial tasting glass and lanyard (yours to keep at the end of the tour), so your cup travels with you. Your first stop is Big Al Brewing for sipping and sampling of their seasonal ales and six year-round creations, then it's off to Hale's Ales -- the longest running, independently owned brewery in the Pacific Northwest which is now celebrating its 30th anniversary -- for more tastings and lunch (with a pint of brew included). Things round off with a stop at Hilliard's, a newcomer to the brewing scene noted for their mastery of canned brew in more than ten varieties. Here you'll receive a souvenir Hilliard's pint glass full of your favorite beer before hopping back on the bus for Seattle.
Critics say it is not good to drink beer, wine, and hard spirits all in the same day. NONSENSE! ManDeals heartily disagrees, and invites you to come partake in a celebration of everything that makes Western Washington the best spot in the nation for beer, wine, and spirits. Local Liquid Arts is a tasting tribute to all the hard working Washingtonians who bust their tail to put the best-tasting varieties of alcohol into your tasting cup, bottle, or in this case, tasting glass. Hosted at Comcast Arena, this event will feature over 25 of the region's best local wine, beer, and spirit makers. Today's ManDeal will cover your entry fee and will provide you with 10 tasting tokens and light appetizers to snack off of. Here's a list of who is pouring: Adams Brewery, ALIA Wines, American Brewing, Beta Brewing, Big E Brewery, Bluewater Distilling, Cedar Ridge Winery, Dark Moon Artisan Distillery, Diamond Knot Craft Brewing, Pilchuck Brewing, Dry County Distillery, Dubundil Winery, Foggy Noggin Brewing, Furion Cellars, Justice Brewing, Lantz Cellars, Lazy Boy Brewing, McMenamins Mill Creek Brewery, Open Road Winery, Port Gardner Bay Winery, Scuttlebutt Brewing, Skip Rock Distillery, Skookum Brewing, Sojen Cellars, The Red Door Distillery, Van Camp Cellars, Willis Hall Cellars. Present your voucher at the point of admission, start your engineers, and enjoy the best of Washington's local craft beer, wine, and distilled spirit products.
Being wined and dined is often a precursor to big requests, such as Can you finish this jug of wine for me? or Would you sign my petition to install a municipal wine fountain? Compromise just the right amount of judgment with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $15 for a wine tasting with appetizers for two (a $30 value) $28 for a wine tasting with appetizers for four (a $60 value) Guests can sample a wide variety of wine in the chic ambience of the tasting room, including bold reds, crisp whites, and complex dessert wines. A variety of ...
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