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September 21, 2010

Come drink with Emerald City Beer Lab!

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Written by: BeerMagDerek

We love new breweries, but we also love new breweries that open where old breweries ended. That could be confusing, but the good news they wrote a press release that explains the beer and what they are doing. Check it out and see if you are close enough to join the party.

Grand Opening Flyer

SEATTLE, September 20th, 2010 – Emerald City Beer Company is an American Lager Brewery that has recently opened out of the Old Rainier Brewery in Seattle. Not since 1999 has anyone brewed beer at the Old Rainier Brewery and on Thursday, September 23rd
ECB we end that drought and return a small portion of the originally brewery back to it’s intended purpose. To celebrate the first brew and opening of the Emerald City Beer Lab, a beer garden will be held on Saturday, September 25th from 2pm – 8pm.
Dottie Seattle Lager will be on tap along with Dottie Brats from Uli’s Famous Sausage, Live Music, Tully’s Coffee, Tim’s Cascade Chips, Bartholomew Wine and a host of other local companies that will also be in attendance. The event is cash only and open to the public.

About Dottie Seattle Lager:
Dottie Seattle Lager is an Amber Session Lager (4.9% ABV, 25 IBU) that is made from the worldclass brewing ingredients grown right here in Washington State.
This truly is a Seattle Lager, the grains, 2 Row, Vienna, Munich, and Melanoidin, are predominately grown in the southeast counties of the state and the generous helping of Magnum & Liberty hops that balances out this malty brew are grown by farmers in the Yakima Valley.

Dottie pours a clean and clear copper-reddish color with a frothy white head. The beer’s medium body and crisp finish results is a great all-season session beer best known for its balance, complexity and malt forward flavor.

About Emerald City Beer Company:
The Company’s Founder and Brewmaster, Rick Hewitt, has been bringing new beers to life as a home brewer since his grad schools days at the University of Washington in 2005.
ECB is inspired by the traditional brewing methods of the world yet not overly dominated by any one in particular. We are a melting pot of innovation, dedicated to carving our own path forward while staying true to our belief that balanced beers made with quality grown fresh ingredients will always be the most enjoyable and flavorful beers to drink.

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