Foggy Noggin Brewing Turns 5

Foggy Noggin Brewing

Northeast of Seattle in Bothell, Washington is home to Foggy Noggin Brewing and on Saturday, March 21st, the brewery turns 5 years old. Founded by former Oregonian, Jim Jamison, Foggy Noggin opened its tasting room doors on March 20, 2010 to be Bothell’s first and only brewery.

For the past five years, Jamison has been brewing his beers on a very small scale on his 1/2 BBL brew system. Due to this small size he has brewed over 1,000 batches over the past half decade. You can read more about Foggy Noggin from Dan Culver’s trip to the brewery back in 2012. Foggy Noggin Brewing Round Logo

On Saturday from Noon to 5:00pm, Foggy Noggin will be hosting its 5th Anniversary Celebration. Some of the highlights will include:

  • Release of Foggy Noggin 2015 Anniversary Ale in 22 ounce bottles and on tap
  • Anniversary Cake
  • 10 taps pouring traditional English Ales
  • While kegs last – pints of 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Anniversary Ale
  • While kegs last – pints of Fn5 (Imperial 2015 Anniversary Ale) Dry Hopped, Oak Aged, Lagavulin Oak Aged and Warre’s Port Oak Aged
  • Free Fn5 stickers for everyone who comes to celebrate
  • Drawings for cool Fn stuff all day long
  • Fn cool time

“We thank the beer community for the tremendous support we have received over our first 5-years journey and look forward to what is ahead in the next 5-years,” states Jamison.

Foggy Noggin Brewing
22329 53rd Ave SE
Bothell, WA 98021