I'm really excited. At Pete's in Bellevue, I found a few 22s of Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB, in Portland) IPX Amarillo Single Hop ale. It's an IPA made with 100% Amarillo hops. They actually give a shout out to the guys from my hometown (the Gamache Family) who created the Amarillo variety, which I thought was pretty cool.
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Alesmith Nut Brown Ale


Ha! I was just going to post that beer as well - I really liked it. AleSmith is a great brewery.

Agreed, they make some good stuff. Visited the brewery/tasting room last month and everything we drank was awesome. They do some limited release stuff I'd love to get my hands on.
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BRR, have you seen/tried anything from American Brewing out of Edmonds? I'd never seen or heard of it before, until an out-of-town friend emailed me about it.


I've only had it once, and it was the Breakaway IPA. I remember it being pretty good, not amazing, but it was quite awhile ago. I'll have to rectify that!

BTW, I heard that Ballast Point Brewing out of San Diego is finally being distributed in WA. So, I went to Whole Foods and, sure enough, ended up finding a sixer of the Sculpin IPA. Really, really excellent beer - top 10 IPA for me. The only downside: $14.99 per six. Ouch.
Recent ones -

Aecht Schlenlerln Rueben Marzen - now I know I don't like smokebier
Dogfish Head Raison d'Etre
Duvel
Gouden Carolus Cuvee van de Keizer
Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout
Unibroue La Fin du Monde
Sweetwater Blue
Sierra Nevada Summerfest Lager
Redhook ESB

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