Seattle-based Sip Publishing has been covering the Northwest beverage scene since its inception nearly 10 years ago. Women-owned and -operated, as well as family-run, Sip Publishing is the leading resource on liquid culture, producing the Sip Magazine and the international phenomenon Cidercraft Magazine, the continent’s first print publication exclusively dedicated to hard cider.
In 2017, Sip Publishing introduced Sip’s Wine Guide: British Columbia, a wine travel guide to British Columbia’s emerging wine scene designed to educate readers and drive tourism to the region.
In addition to a wide breadth of consulting media services, Sip Publishing also prides itself on producing the highest quality custom publications, from print materials and in-house magazines to conference programs.
Sip Magazine is all about your favorite drink. An award-winning publication, Sip is rooted in the Pacific Northwest, celebrating the wine, beer, cider and spirits of the region. Launched 10 years ago as the local authority on beverage, Sip has expanded its online coverage outside of the Northwest in 2020. With the start of the new decade — commemorating the company’s second decade in media — Sip Northwest has now evolved into Sip Magazine. The print publication will continue to focus on its origins, while online will broaden editorial to highlight drinks outside of the Northwest.
Few areas in the country have as much regional identity and pride as the Pacific Northwest. From Oregon to British Columbia, and from the Pacific Ocean to inland Idaho, we are bound together by unique weather patterns, fruitful soils and an individualistic population. We take great pride in our work and the many varied products we create, from wines to foods to craft beers and ciders.
Locals themselves, Sip‘s publisher, editor and writers are engrained in the Northwest and passionate about sharing all that the Pacific Northwest — and beyond — has to offer.