December 4, 2018 Update Last Saturday we held our first event at the new pub location at 201 N. Pearl St. Around 100 people attended our warehouse style Cozy Sweater Party, which featured live music by Whiskey Fever, Cozy Sweater and Mocha Death, pictures with Santa Morgy, sweaters your grandmas gave you and ping pong… Read more »
Fresh Hop Tasting notes from Wes Cutlip. This beer can be found at the Fresh Hop Ale Festival this Saturday, September 30th, and will be available at [ the pub ] this weekend while supplies last. Appearance: White head with moderate retention, gold, moderate haze Aroma: White peach, ripe banana, guava, lightly floral Palate: Guava, lime… Read more »
Baking with Mocha Death Is cooking with beer still a thing? That’s a question some of our cousins tackled on Episode 28 of the Life Behind Beer podcast recently. And it was great that they talked about it because I had been planning to try cooking with beer or specifically baking with beer, so it… Read more »
For Immediate Release Iron Horse Brewery Announces Mocha Death in Cans Irish Death + Espresso + Cocoa + Cans = Your Pacific Northwest Toolkit ELLENSBURG, WA (September 3, 2018) – Mocha Death is your Pacific Northwest toolkit that now comes in 6-pack 12 oz cans so it’s even easier to take with you on… Read more »
A Braggot Another new pilot batch will be hitting [ the pub ] so ask about it next time you stop by and then give us some feedback on UNTAPPD or with one of the forms at [ the pub ]. Tasting notes from WES Appearance: Light amber, low to moderate clarity, very little white head with low… Read more »
Did you grow up in the ‘90s? I mean a true child of the ‘90s — you were born between 1980-1988 (even that is a stretch because you kinda missed Home Alone, Pretty Woman and Reservoir Dogs all in the early ‘90s). If you are a true ‘90s child, pull out your old Tamagotchi, Furby… Read more »
It’s August so by now we are full into wedding season. I have already attended my first one this summer and have a couple more on the horizon moving into the fall. For the most part I enjoy attending weddings because You get to see all of your favorite people. It’s like being back in… Read more »
And other health-ish stuff How many calories are in Irish Death? It’s a question people ask but don’t really want to know the answer to. I’ll admit I didn’t know the answer myself until I had to return a voicemail from a fan who posed the question. You know who is wise about stuff like… Read more »
Brew Lab Batch #5684 A Strong Amber Our pilot program has new energy behind it, kind of like when you’re out on the town and you start to get tired but then your favorite song comes on the speakers and you get a second wind and you’re ready to keep the party going because this… Read more »
We have new food on the menu cuz consistency is boring and we think you probably like to try new things.
Iron Horse Brewery Announces Awesome Ain’t Easy IPA An Ales for ALS creation benefiting Team Gleason Helping others is rewarding. You can’t argue with that. Indie beer is great. That’s another irrefutable fact. Because the two seem to go hand in hand we joined the Ales for ALS program, and we are releasing a limited… Read more »
If you can’t #paddyon with us in person at [ the pub ] this Saturday here’s a list of places where specific #paddyon themed events are taking place. More are being added as they come in. IDAHO Capones Pub & Grill – Coeur d’Alene, ID Capones Pub & Grill – Hayden, ID Capones Pub & Grill – Post… Read more »
It happens every year. Someone forgets to sign up for mug club and is then super bummed out when all of their friends have new mugs and they have to use a regular old pint glass. We get it. Remembering to check in with us in March is random, so we’re trying to be proactive… Read more »
New year, newish menu…. If you have visited the pub over the last couple of months, you might have noticed the specials. Welp, the top sellers made it to the menu. Check out below to see which of your favs made the cut. Weekly specials coming in hot… each week there will be a special,… Read more »
This week we’ve made a carrot gnocchi (nee-oh-key) with browned butter and sage topped with parmesan. Available today through Monday 12/11 for only 5 doll hairs ($). Who knew carrots could taste so good?
Our food is a little different and so are we. We started serving food at [the pub] in 2016, and have since been satisfying your tastebuds with a variety of pre-funk snacks, salads and wraps, grub for your hands and palate pleasures. Because we’re curious we decided to take a look at what dishes have been… Read more »
How many people do you know who wake up each day emphatically stoked to go to work? Zero? Uh-Duh. One pre-requisite to being human that seems to be universally accepted is that you feel at least minor feelings of animosity about the task you perform in exchange for your wages. Even the people lucky enough… Read more »
tl:dr Minors will be allowed in [the pub] starting just in time for Labor Day. When we introduced food to [the pub] last year, we had to make some necessary changes to our policy, namely, unwelcoming dogs and keeping outside food, well, outside. While some of you shared concerns, most of you indicated that you… Read more »
Getting started Nearly my entire family is from Wisconsin- a place where football was invented as an excuse to miss church and personally explore gluttony. I remember visiting Wisconsin as a kid and seeing the potluck my grandparents put on for a Packers game, thinking “Are we having another Thanksgiving?” No, we weren’t. We were… Read more »
Hello again, y’all! My goal blog has yet again evaded me. I have been trying to write basically a book report on “American Women and Repeal of Prohibition” by Kenneth D. Rose. But, yet again, summarizing such a momentous effort and cultural revolution leading up to the enactment and repeal of Prohibition evaded me. Do… Read more »
I love what I do, but I love not doing what I do even more. Don’t get me wrong, I love my job (and I’m not saying that just cause my boss is going to skim over this). Work can be crazy at times but it’s something I enjoy. The people here are direct, authentic,… Read more »
The fourth annual, 3rd consecutive Eastern Washington Brewfest is just around the corner… It’s weird that it’s Eastern Washington Brewfest, event though it’s held in Central Washington. You can get your tickets here if you don’t care about any of this banter. We’re okay with weird, but we’re not okay with only 12% of beer… Read more »
Chef KC loves the dough.
At first the term “vegan beer” may seem unnecessary. Afterall, beer is made with four main ingredients, water, malts, hops and yeast. Those four ingredients are all vegan friendly but there is some debate or rather confusion as to what the definition of vegan is or what beers are considered vegan. A lot of the… Read more »
*Originally written by Emily Palmer who quit Growing up my Easter traditions were fairly similar to anyone else’s. Spending time with family, dying hard-boiled eggs, lots of candy, and the wondrous Easter Egg Hunt. As I get older it gets harder and harder to be able to make it home every year for Easter. This… Read more »
You may not be able to #paddyon at [ the pub ] in-person but you can #paddyon at [ the pub ] with us in spirit somewhere else. EASTERN WASHINGTON Milepost 11 Cashmere, WA Senor Frogs Chelan, WA Willie’s Sports Bar East Wenatchee, WA The Loft Leavenworth, WA Stick+Stone Richland, Wa Fast Eddie’s Spokane, WA… Read more »
Oscar parties are fun because movies are fun. Beer makes the Oscars even funner-er. Movie, beer and food pairings compliments of our Certified Cicerone Rikki. The Big Short Finger Gun IPA *Pair with pineapple upside down cake We often encourage finger gunning your way out of any awkward situation or mischief you have gotten yourself… Read more »
Let me save you the trouble. I know I am an idiot for adding food. I know I am a jerk for banning dogs from the pub. I know that it is a stupid business move to piss off our local bars and restaurants as well as our own customers and their dogs. If I… Read more »
*Originally written by Ashley Stevens who quit It’s February 11th. Then February 12th. Then February 13th. Then February 14th. It dawns on you that you haven’t bought your significant other anything for Valentine’s Day. You panic, you log on to Pinterest, you realize you cannot pull off the ultimate surprise or killer gift with so… Read more »
Hey All! Here is the written version of my super secret, super difficult, super foodie dip recipes. You’re welcome. Beer/Cheese/Chili dip Ingredients: 1 brick of “Cheese Product” (the closer related to plastic, the better!) 1 can of chili 2 cans of Double Rainbow India Red Ale Red IPA Hoppy Red Beer (24oz of 509… Read more »
Sometimes all you want is a sandwich. And other times you want specifically made food for that delicious craft beer you are drinking. We’re going for the latter. read on or don’t. Iron Horse Brewery Announces Food at The Pub, Making [ the pub ] an Actual Pub. Because the beer is looking for a… Read more »
Salutations, fellow fussy drinkers who like to dissect flavors in their beers! Welcome to the Bacon-Festivus-Beer Extravaganza, with your local Certified Cicerone®. Today’s subject is a personal favorite near and dear to my heart. The true reason I could never be a vegetarian and the reason why Charlotte’s Web was my favorite book as a child…. Read more »
A quick and easy tutorial on chocolate Mocha Death Bundt Cake.
A quick and easy tutorial on Cozy Sweater cupcakes.
Fall is one of my favorite times of year. The days get shorter, the beers get darker, and you can basically eat whatever you want for the next 2 months and call it “bulking.”It’s also a time when people get together and fight seasonal depression by reflecting on what they’re thankful for. Joyous friends, family,… Read more »
*Originally written by Sarah Clark Because there are too many “Top 5” lists on the internet right now. The low five things about fall trivia. Too much game not enough player. This one time I tried to date 5 guys at once and they all met me for dinner, and I wondered why I was… Read more »