Walking Man Kicks Off 10th Anniversary Week

Walking Men: Brewers Jacob Leonard (left) and Dan Munch

Walking ManFans of great craft beer know the relevance of Walking Man Brewing, and a visit to the taproom in Stevenson, Washington is even more reason to love what they’re all about. In warmer months, the hop trellised outdoor patio offers scenic views across the railroad tracks of the might Columbia Gorge. When inside, the cozy pub provides a warm, relaxed atmosphere with old grain sacks, vintage cans of beer and sturdy wrought iron stool along the bar.

Wednesday November 17, 2010 at 4PM marks the beginning of a week at Walking Man filled with unique, to-die-for offerings, each day through Sunday, will unveil a new set of specialty brews. Head brewer Jacob Leonard informs us that the brewpub “will also be releasing two new beers, our 10th Anniversary Rye-PA , and 2010 Jaywalker Imperial Stout that will be on every night.”

Walking Man Brewpub

Below is a list of the single keg concoctions that Walking Man feature during the celebration in conjunction with the day in which they plan on tapping them.  Leonard adds “We will also be allowing one-growler fill per person of these beers, where we normally wouldn’t, due to limited availability.”  

Wednesday:

  • Chinook Dry-Hopped Iron Man IPA (last keg)
  • Big Phat Homo (substantially dry-hopped in the keg)
  • Anniversary IPA (Oaked-aged and Dry-Hopped)

Thursday:

  • 2008 Foot Fetish Imperial Brown
  • 2009 Old Stumblefoot
  • 2010 Old Stumblefoot
  • 2009 High Road Scotch Ale

Friday:

  • 2008 Bourbon Barrel Jaywalker
  • 2008 Jaywalker
  • Cacao bean infused Walking Stick Stout
  • Coffee infused Walking Stick Stout

Saturday:

  • Parade Pale Ale (Belgian pale ale)
  • Foot Funk (sour wheat ale)
  • 2008 Sasquatch Legacy Project Imperial Vienna
  • 2009 Sasquatch Legacy Project Belgian IPA
  • 2010 Sasquatch Legacy Project Imperial Oatmeal Porter

Sunday:

“Whatever is left over and we feel like drinking” says Leonard.

Walking Man Brewing is located at 240 1st Street in picturesque Stevenson, Washington. For more information, call (509) 427-5520.

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