Matt from Schooner Exact joins us. And we talk all things beer with him. Including a vertical of Hoppy the Woodsman. Enjoy
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Location: Woodinville, WA
Reason: No reasons needed. Delicious.
As someone who has Nordic blood flowing through my veins, I’ve always felt a close kinship to my Viking brethren. Someday, a long time from now, I wish to enter the halls of Valhalla and with my fellow Vikings drink a truly wonderful beer, Triplehorn.
As you enter Triplehorn brewery in Woodinville you are in awe of the “brewery feel” of this place. You see large tanks holding soon to be delicious beer. You’re always greeted by a friendly dog (A must in my eyes). And in front of you as you step up to the bar is a myriad number of wonderful Washington craft Triplehorn beers. I’ve had a lot of Triplehorn in my life, and can you blame me? They’re fantastic. Anyone who has ever been to the Washington brewerfest knows that Triplehorn is always a must to visit. And this last year, they took 1st place is popularity. So you know they are doing something right.
I feel like I am running out of words to describe the deliciousness of Triplehorn beers. Amazing, fantastic, orgamsmic, fantastic. All of them cannot do justice. It is few and far between you meet someone who has had Triplehorn and doesn’t love it. Be it their Landwink IPA, Falcon Cloak Golden Blonde, or the numerous seasonal beers they create, they are all mind-blowing.
I know in the past, I would list which beers are the best and a brief bio of that beer and their taste profiles. But no. Just visit. And if you’re with someone who doesn’t like beer there is a boat load of wineries right next to it. Stop reading and go!