CBC party and events list

MONDAY April 10th

The Hilltop Alehouse & Alaskan Brewing Beer Dinner
Curried Cashews paired with Alaskan Boogie Ale
Louisiana Gumbo paired with Alaskan Amber
Baked Goat Cheese Salad paired with Alaskan ESB
Red Curry Halibut with Jasmine Rice Cakes paired with Alaskan Pale Ale
Bourbon Soaked Sour Cherry Bread Pudding paired with 1998 Alaskan Smoked Porter
$40 including tax (not gratuity)
For reservations call 206-285-3877
The Hilltop – 2129 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle
7:00pm-10 pm

Duvel/Moortgat Brewers Dinner
Elysian’s TangleTown Brewery
6 courses, 7 beers with the brewers from Ommegang (Randy Thiel), Duvel (Hedwig Neven) and Rodenbach (Rudy Gheguire)
$83 pp including tax & tip, (206) 547-5929
6:30 & 7:30pm,

Elysian Brewer’s Dinner at Matt’s in the Market
5 courses with accompanying beers hosted by Elysian brewer Dick Cantwell (GABF Large Brewpub of the Year winner 1999, 2003 & 2004)
$55 pp excluding tax and tip, (206) 467-7909
6:00 pm


TUESDAY April 11th

Battle of the Brewery Bands
Presented by Pike Brewery and Celebrator Beer News
Featuring music from Marty Jones and his Drunky Tonk Tunes; Rolling Boil Blues Band; Sam Calagione IS the Pain Relievaz; Anacortes/Rock Fish Grill Band
Pike Brewery
8:00pm on

Baron Brewing Beer Tasting
Baron Brewing is opening its sampling room for a “Taste the German Tradition”, an event open to CBC attendees only. Baron Brewing focuses on producing traditional German beer styles (mostly lagers) and brews using all imported German ingredients.
Baron Brewing
1605 S 93rd St Building EL
Seattle WA 98108
9:00am to 5:00pm

Rodenbach Trade Kickoff

This is the West Coast industry premiere of Belgian’s legendary sour Flemish ales – available again in the US after a several year hiatus. Space is very limited.
Elysian Brewery (Capitol Hill), (206) 860-1920
8:00pm

“American Brewers in Belgium” Dinner at the Latona
Enjoy the beers of Dogfish Head and Allagash paired with creations from Chef Jeb Lutge while hearing tales of the Belgium trip by brewers Sam Calagione (Dogfish Head), Rob Tod (Allagash), Tomme Arthur (Pizza Port), Vinnie Cilurzo (Russian River Brewing) and Adam Avery (Avery Brewing).
(206) 525-2238
8:00pm

WEDNESDAY April 12

Mock World Beer Cup Judging
Meet World Beer Cup Judge Director Chris Swersey and sit through a simulated round of World Beer Cup Judging.
Rm. 603 – Sheraton
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

An Evening of Arts & Crafts
Hosted by the Alaskan Brewing Company and Sierra Nevada Brewing Company.
Take in the Arts while enjoying a great Craft beer. Show your CBC registration badge, and be provided with a pint of beer and a fun and memorable evening.
“Stones in His Pockets”
The two-man show Stones in His Pockets is like a well-made sandwich—warm, charming, and full of cheese. A self-consciously “Irish” play performed in a bar, it also oozes pathos, fatalistic humor, and goes down well with a glass of beer. There’s nothing challenging about its predictable clichés, but watching actors Tim Hyland and Darragh Kennan fall in and out of over a dozen characters—from a Hollywood diva to an old town drunk—is a pleasure.
The Capitol Hill Arts Center (CHAC)
1621 – 12th Ave. Seattle, WA in CHAC Lower Level (206) 388-0500 capitolhillarts.com
( 1&1/2 blocks NW of the Elysian Brewing Co.)
Free to Craft Brewers Conference participants
Doors open 7:30pm, show @ 8:00pm

Cargill Malt Hospitality Suite
Cargill invites you to stop by and meet Chris Garrat, a new
addition to the North American Craft Brewing community. Chris is the Head Maltster for Warminster Maltings, an original floor maltings since 1879 and producer of Maris Otter and Organic Pale Malt.
Seattle Sheraton Governor’s Suite
8:00 pm on

Unibroue at Union Restaurant – A Night of Cuisine a la Biere
7 exquisite courses from one of Seattle’s finest white tablecloth restaurants, each meticulously paired with a fine Unibroue beer. Hosted by Laurent Xavier Gilbert from Montreal.
$80 pp excluding tax & tip, (206) 838-8000
7:00pm

North Coast Brewers Night at the Duck Island
Meet & Greet with Mark Ruederich, a rare Seattle visit by North Coast’s brewer. , (206) 783-3360
7-10:00pm

“Yeast Cells Gone Wild: A Night of Bacterial Bliss” A celebration of lambics and other infected beers
Elysian Brewery (206) 860-1920

THURSDAY, April 13

Export Development Program Stockholm Beer & Whiskey Festival Medal Presentation
to BA Member Winners
BrewExpo America – BA Booth /Hospitality Pavilion
1:30 pm

A Wee Dram with Gerard!
Brewers Supply Group invites you to come and toast Gerard Lemmens a happy retirement at the Governor’s Suite on the 33rd floor of the Sheraton Seattle. Beers and light food will be served. There will also be a Scotch tasting.
Cargill Hospitality Suite
Seattle Sheraton Governor’s Suite
8:00 pm on

“It’s All About the Hops Baby!” A celebration of big, beautiful, hoppy Northwest IPA’s
Elysian Brewery
Thursday 4/13, (206) 860-1920
8:00pm

FRIDAY April 14

Can Manufacturing Plant Tour
Sponsored by Cask Brewing Systems Inc. and Ball Corporation
If you’ve never seen aluminum cans being produced, you’ll find this tour very interesting and educational. The tour gathers at 9 am then leaves at 9:30 am from the Seattle Sheraton and returns at 1 pm. A light lunch and transportation are provided. Space is limited, so please reserve your seat as soon as possible. Contact Sabina Kobs at Cask Brewing, 1-800-661-8443 ext 201, or by e-mail at [email]sabina@cask.com[/email] for more information or to reserve your seat .
Ball aluminum, Kent, WA
9:00 am

Ongoing

It is still winter in the mountains of Washington with a huge snow pack. Crystal Mountain Ski Area (rated #7 in the Country by Ski Magazine) and 90 miles from Seattle will be open until April 16th. Bring your boots and you can rent demo skis and snowboards from Rainier Rides (http://www.rainierrides.com) just mention the CBC and demo top of the line skis or snowboards for 1/2 price ($22).

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Comments

  1. beauxman says

    For all of you coming to our fine city of Seattle, I wanted to extend an invitation to come by the Seattle Ram Restaurant & Brewery (Big Horn Brewing). We are going to be having a week long event called Brew-a-RAMa. If you are looking for somewhere to go close to the convention center (less than five miles) one evening, come check us out and say hello. I would love to put some faces to some screen names. Feel free to contact me for more info or detailed directions. Here is some more information:

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    BREW-A-RAMA 2006
    SEATTLE RAM/BIG HORN BREWERY
    APRIL 9-15

    The Craft Brewers Conference and World Beer Cup are quickly approaching. The Seattle Ram is planning to have a week long celebration of Big Horn specialty beers from all of our Washington locations. As of right now, we have plans to run 18 different beers plus our beer engine. Here is the lineup for the Big Horn Brew-A-RAMa:

    · BUTTFACE AMBER
    · WASHINGTON BLONDE
    · BIG HORN HEFEWEIZEN
    · TOTAL DISORDER PORTER
    · BIG RED IPA
    · RAMBEAUX STRONG SCOTCH ALE
    · J.D. BROWNBARREL (BARREL AGED BROWN)
    · NCP (NITRO COCONUT PORTER)
    · RAMPAGE NORTHWEST PALE ALE
    · DAWGSLED STRONG ALE
    · SLEIGHER WINTER WARMER
    · REDNECK RYE PALE ALE
    · 49 REASONS (AMERICAN BROWN ALE)
    · WOLFFBANE ESB
    · HOT BLONDE (PEPPER BLONDE ALE)
    · MR WEIZEN’S BOCK
    · OG OLD SCHOOL RED ALE
    · DODDER AND PODDLE IRISH STOUT

    We will be pouring all of our entries from the World Beer Cup during that week.
    This is one week not to miss at the Seattle Ram!

    Check out our website for more details and directions to the Ram.

    http://www.theram.com

    Thank you and hope to see you at the Ram!

    Beaux Bowman
    Head Brewer
    Seattle Ram/Big Horn Brewery
    [email]rbowman@theram.com[/email]
    206-525-3565