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Bob’s Day Only 1 Week Away – May 14th!

May 7, 2010

Courtesty of Georgetown Brewing Company

Possibly lost in all the Seattle Beer Week hype is the annual release of one my favorite beers of all time, Georgetown Brewing’s Bob’s Brown Ale. This magnificent hoppy brown ale is only released once a year on May 14th, in honor of Georgetown’s friend, Bob, who fought a long hard fight with cancer. The date is highly anticipated, and many locations have special keg tapping nights that blow out their kegs quicker and quicker each year. All proceeds from Bob’s Brown are donated to the Ronald McDonald House.

I encourage everyone to go out and have a Bob’s Brown Ale. For one, it is darn tasty, and for two it supports charity. What a win, win.

Here is the information from the Georgetown Website, including the locations that will have Bob’s on tap.

Bob’s is a special beer brewed in honor of our friend, Bob Hirsch, who fought cancer valiantly for many years. He lived his final days to the fullest and he is an inspiration to all of us. Bob’s Brown Ale will be released every May 14th (Bob’s birthday). 100% of our proceeds from Bob’s will be donated in honor of Charles “Bob” Hirsch to the Seattle Ronald McDonald House to provide a “home-away-from-home” for Children’s Hospital patients and families.

Bob’s Brown Ale is big and brown with lots of hops. We use a blend of 2-row Pale, Caramel, Chocolate, Munich, and Roasted Barley Malts, then add sh*t loads of Centennial and Crystal hops to make this a meaty brown brew. Alcohol by volume is 6.3%. On May 14th Bob’s will be on tap at the following locations-

74th St. Ale House
9lb Hammer
Abbondanza Pizzeria
Attic Alehouse & Eatery
Barking Dog Alehouse
Beaver Tavern (Bellingham)
Bennedito’s Pizza (Spokane)
Beveridge Place Pub
Bitter Creek Ale house (Boise)
Brown Lantern (Anacortes)
Buckley’s Belltown
Buckley’s on Queen Anne
Calamity Jane’s
Campbell House (Chelan)
Cedars @ Dungeness – Sequim
Celtic Bayou
Circa
College Inn
Columbia City Ale House
Coug (Pullman)
Deluxe Bar & Grill
Doc’s Marina Grill (Bainbridge Is.)
Dog & Pony (Renton)
Duke’s Kent Station
Duke’s Lake Union
Eastside Club (Olympia)
Floyd’s Place
Fred’s Rivertown Ale House (Snohomish)
Front Door (Boise)
Great Nabob
Georgetown Liquor Co.
Harbour Public House (Bainbridge)
Hawks Nest
Hilltop Ale House
Hudson (Georgetown)
Irishman (Everett)
Ivar’s Mukilteo
Ivar’s Salmon House
Ivar’s Acres of Clams
Jabu’s Pub
Jack-Sons Terrace Heights (Yakima)
Jules Maes Saloon
Kate’s Pub
Loretta’s Northwesterner
Madrona Eatery & Ale House
Marco Polo
Meconi’s (Tacoma)
Moondollars (Post Falls)
Montlake Alehouse
Murphy’s Pub
Nickerson St. Saloon
Norm’s Eatery & Ale House
North Bend Bar & Grill
Old Town Ale House
Ozzie’s
Parkway Tavern (Tacoma)
Pioneer Square Saloon
Prima Bristro (Langley)
Pumphouse (Bellevue)
Quinn’s
Red Door
Red House (Renton)
Roanoke Inn (Mercer Island)
Roanoke Park Place Tavern
Sand Point Grill
Shawn O’Donnell’s (Everett)
Shorty’s
Smarty Pants
Sport Restaurant & Bar
Sportspage (Kent)
Sporty’s Beef & Brew (Everett)
Stellar Pizza
Swinging Arm (Black Diamond)
Swiss (Tacoma)
Tides (Gig Harbor)
Tin Hat
Traveler
Wedgwood Alehouse
West 5
Westin Hotel (Bellevue)
Whistlestop (Renton)
Wildfire (Port Angeles)

Cheers, DraughtE

FTC Info:  This is not a paid advertisement.  GoodBeerTrips is not affiliated with Georgetown Brewing.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 7, 2010 10:21 am

    Thanks for the reminder! You’re right — I nearly forgot. This is one of my all-time favorites as well.

    • DraughtE permalink*
      May 7, 2010 10:32 am

      It is a great beer. I had to help spread the word.

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