Adam Paysse has created something magical at Floodland Brewing in Seattle, a mixed culture, all oak-fermentation brewery working with locally sourced ingredients and embracing seasonal variations. Floodland beers are incredibly limited; if you’re not in the bottle club (and good luck joining the bottle club!), you may not have had the opportunity to try Adam’s beautiful creations.
Garden Path Fermentation is honored to host Adam and offer you the opportunity to taste some Floodland beers. On August 31, from 4pm – 8pm, we will be pouring six of Adam’s beers in our tasting room. Ticketholders will get a four ounce pour of each beer and the opportunity to chat with Adam (and Ron and Amber from Garden Path, who are pretty much always here anyway). Floodland glassware, which is as rare as the beers, will be available for purchase that evening, as will all of the other lovely things in the Garden Path tasting room.
While the event begins at 4pm, all ticketholders are guaranteed all six pours, so you are welcome to arrive at any time that evening. The tasting room will be open to the public from 12pm – 8pm on 8/31.
The Floodland beers we’ll be pouring are:
- Arise & Cease (oat grisette)
- Grails + Waysigns (wheat saison)
- Roseate blend ii (blend of saison on second use fruit, botanicals, and citrus)
- Raspberry Field Blend 2017
- Drive Out the Spirits 2017 (blueberry)
- The Vast Unknowable (saison with organic passionfruit)
Tickets are limited and are available as a presale only! Attendees must be over 21 years of age, and the name on the ticket must match the name of the attendee. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.
Purchase tickets here.