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4 Questions with Martin Henderson of Honeymoon Meadery

Marguerite Cleveland

What was once old is new again with mead. The world’s oldest alcoholic beverage is becoming the newest star on the craft beverage scene. Mazer, the correct term for a…

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Announcing Sip Northwest’s 2018 Best of the Northwest

Sip Northwest

Sip Northwest magazine is excited to release its seventh annual Best of the Northwest awards issue. This collector’s edition showcases the winners of the grand tasting competition from wine, beer,…

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Get Lost in the Park at Seattle’s Magnuson Cafe and Brewery

Erin James

Most Seattleites have little idea Warren G. Magnuson Park in the Sand Point neighborhood sprawls 350 acres, and is still only the second largest park in the city second to…

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Recipe: Vanilla-Scented Corn Soup with Chanterelles from the New Seattle Cooks

Liana Scarsella

Nothing says “rainy day” quite like chanterelle mushrooms picked under drizzly Northwest skies. A hot bowl of soup, however, makes a close second. Marry the two by whipping up a…

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Drink to Social Change with Imagine Nation Brewing

Kenneth Clarkson

The first and, allegedly, only educational center and microbrewery of its kind, Imagine Nation Brewing Co. in Missoula, Montana, takes the craft brewery model one step further, and operates as a…

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Featured/Wine

What it Takes to be a Master Sommelier

Grace Madigan

Fifty-six candidates descended upon St. Louis last month in an attempt to pass the fourth and final examination to join the elite ranks of the Court of Master Sommeliers. Among…

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Cider

Put a barrel on it – History Repeats with Barrel-Aged Ciders

Erin James

[From the Winter 2017 Issue of Sip Northwest] In a tale as nearly as old as time, cider has been aged in a barrel. In New England and Québec where…

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Featured/Wine

4 Questions with Karl Weichold of Erath Winery 

Heather Larson

Karl Weichold had a prosperous career in pharmacy sales at his fingertips when a weekend spent working at a winery with a friend caused him to do an about-face. Although…

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Eats/Featured

Eat a Sense of Place at Butcher & Baker Provisions

Kenneth Clarkson

A one-stop-shop for all Pacific Northwest bounty, Butcher & Baker Provisions in picturesque Port Gamble, Washington, is reminiscent of the general stores of old, but with a refined, artisanal twist,…

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