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13 Seattle Bars That Serve Incredible Cocktails
If you want a casual, cozy night head over to our dive bar map — these right here are cocktail bars run by people who are serious about their booze. You’ve got the Doctor’s Office, which conducted 300 taste tests before opening; Percy’s and Co., with its seasonal herb infusions; and the towering shelves of bottles at DeadLine.
11 Seattle Breweries with Delicious In-House Food Menus
Breweries in Seattle often partner with food trucks or pop-ups to provide patrons with food offerings to pair with their beers — having an in-house kitchen requires additional permits and takes up precious room at breweries. This symbiotic relationship between outside food vendors and breweries can be wonderful, but having to order everything separately sometimes comes with drawbacks.
Is Pet Insurance Worth it During Economic Inflation?
Economic inflation is a hot topic these days, and you’re not alone if you feel overwhelmed by rising costs. Naturally, this can make you want to make cutbacks wherever possible. But should pet insurance be on the list of things to trim?
Can Pets Get COVID? What the Science Says
Can dogs and cats get infected with COVID-19? Although more research on pets and COVID is still needed, multiple studies around the world since 2020 have established that animals are not immune to the virus. What all pet owners need to know.
Is it Okay to Dye Your Pet’s Fur? What Dog and Cat Parents Need to Know
It is possible to safely dye your pet’s fur. But before you reach for the hair color to create your own real-life pink panther, you need to make sure you’re taking the proper precautions.
What to expect in the first 3 months after adopting a new dog
Getting a new dog or puppy is an exciting time for you and your family. But it also comes with a fair amount of turbulence. Even the most prepared pet owners often get caught by surprise with the level of care and attention a new adopted dog needs.
Why Does My Cat Have a Saggy Belly? Understanding the Feline Primordial Pouch
Don’t worry—your feline friend doesn’t need a tummy tuck. Cat bellies have a natural flap-like appearance called a “primordial pouch,” and it is rarely cause for concern. Read on to learn more about cat primordial pouches and what all pet owners should know about them.
Interested in Declawing Your Cat? Read this First
You love your cat, but she likes to scratch, and you’re concerned about your skin and furniture. You’ve heard you can get cat claws removed, but is it the right choice?
Is CBD Safe for Pets?
Pet owners are using CBD for anxiety in pets or as a pain reliever for certain ailments, and both CBD and hemp products have started making their way into pet stores. But before you decide to jump on the bandwagon, know that all of this does not necessarily mean that CBD is safe.
Tavour highlights the breweries that support Earth-first brewing practices. — The Northwest Beer Guide
Beer delivery service, Tavour announces an opportunity to get your hands on metal-band Pantera's Golden Ale. A collaboration project between the band and Texas Ale Project.
Say ‘What’ Again! Craft Beer’s ‘Pulp Fiction’ Obsession
Beer has become very intertwined with movie culture, and there’s an abundance of beer name and can art references to prove it. But there’s one movie that seems to draw more brewers’ eyes than most — 1994’s Neo noir black comedy, Pulp Fiction.
There’s a ‘Frasier’ Revival in the Works. Will it Mention Seattle’s Thriving Beer Scene?
Frasier was always the epitome of elite Seattle culture, but that culture has changed a lot over the past 17 years.
'Beer! A Love Story' is a Heartfelt Letter to the Craft of Brewing
BEER! A Love Story isn’t the first beer documentary, but it might just be the most immersive yet on the world of craft beer. Featuring 30 brewers and beer aficionados from Europe and the United States, the film deep-dives into the passion side of beer. Here, beer is not just a product or mere beverage – it’s a way of life, and for many, a great source of joy.
Whatever Happened to Craft Beer IBUs?
Remember IBUs? The “International Bitterness Unit” once appeared on beer labels and bar menus everywhere as the globally agreed-upon measurement for how bitter a brew is. But, as you may have noticed, it’s become an increasingly rare sight over the past few years. In fact, there’s a chance you didn’t see a single IBU in your last craft beer delivery, or store trip.
Doing Dry January? You’re Not Alone, and You Might Not Even Need to Give Up Beer
It seems like I know more people than ever who are observing “Dry January” this year.
And you know what? I think it’s awesome.