This month we are celebrating the arrival of fall with our own Oktoberfest! We've teamed up with WestSide Baby for our annual diaper drive. Bring a pack of diapers for families in need from 10/6 til 10/8 and you'll get 2 pints for the price of one.
We have fantastic kitchen specials including house made bratwursts and our house cured corned beef for our special Reuben sandwich. Les has a new line up of beers that will be released, including two new wet hop beers: Triton Hopper and Oriris-Rex. We also have other exciting October beers including our barrel aged Dark Matter, Rossetta, Deep Impact and Cassini.
Locally grown Seattle cellist Gretchen Yanover has been attached to her instrument since she began playing at the age of ten in her public school music program. She was immersed in the world of classical music until her college years, when she expanded her range to include playing in bands. Once she was introduced to a loop sampler, Gretchen found a new voice for her instrument. She began to improvise and compose in this context, creating her own instrumental atmospheres and melodies. Gretchen’s music in some ways reflects the blend of her cultural identity—a mix of African American and Russian Jewish descent, while European classical tradition and contemporary styles mix in her cello playing. She has two solo albums to date, and will begin recording her new project in September 2016.
An acoustic quartet, playing a mix of progressive and traditional bluegrass and folk music. We crank out an onslaught of high energy, toe tapping fun with just guitar, bass, fiddle and mandolin.
The Shed Boys are:
Ben Bauermeister, Fiddle and Vocals
Adam Rauch, Bass and Vocals
Glenn Greenwood, Guitar and Vocals
Stan Wentzel, Mandolin and Vocals
The Unmentionables have a musical style that combines classic American arrangements with modern sensibilities. Featuring all acoustic instrumentation -- guitar, violin and upright bass -- the band plays largely uptempo arrangements in a style that combines Dixieland jazz, folk, Celtic and country-western. But while the music evokes days gone by, the lyrical content of the band's selections is timeless, examining the lives of people who never got and perhaps never deserved a break.
Honeysuckle Rye is a Seattle based jazz trio putting a fresh perspective on traditional Jazz and Blues repertoire. Honeysuckle Rye is comprised of Cameron Armstrong (electric guitar), Ben Hunter (violin), and Forrest Marowitz (double bass) who bring their distinctive voices together in solidarity to conceive unmistakable interpretations of American masterpieces.
Seattle based Modern Bygones was conceived in 2015 by guitarist/vocalist Cameron Armstrong and multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Caitlin Belem . Together they craft a sound that references the roots of early innovative American music while tastefully finding ways to create a new and distinctive sound of their own.