USA, WA: Otherlands Beer now open in Bellingham
Bellingham, Washington continues its pursuit of the Most Breweries per Capita title. Otherlands Beer is now open in the citys Sunnyland neighborhood at 2121 Humbolt Street. That means it is very near Twin Sisters Brewing and Kulshan Brewing (James St.) and quite near Wander Brewing, the Washington Beer Blog reported on June 26.
The brewery and cafe is the realization of a dream for two brewing and service industry veterans, Karolina Lobrow and Ben Howe.
According to the companys website, Otherlands Beer is a small brewery and cafe dedicated to the pursuit of excellence, the exploration of the unknown and the celebration of the beautiful and the absurd. Offering rustic lagers and farmhouse ales alongside European inspired street foods in a cozy guesthouse tavern.
Also from the website, Drawing inspiration from the many odd and wonderful folks weve met in our travels we brew beers for curious palates using a variety of traditional and old-world techniques. Our lager beers are decoction mashed in our direct fired brew kettle, naturally carbonated, and cold conditioned in horizontal lagering tanks. Our farmhouse ales are brewed with an evolving house yeast culture and undergo a lengthy refermentation in the keg and bottle. Even our IPAs have a few strange tricks up their sleeves. We hope you enjoy drinking the rustic, folky, and funky beers we serve as much as we love brewing them.
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