We’ve had several people inquire about purchasing our tee shirts & more online. We are now able to accept purchases for merchandise online. Check out our new store here.
Almost one year ago, we opened the doors to the first and only fully gluten free craft brewery in Seattle. Our mission was to create innovative craft beers, using ancient grains like millet and buckwheat. The whole team has been hard at work for the last year and it’s about time we celebrate. We’re doing so in a lot of ways, including releasing a limited edition First Anniversary Russian Imperial Stout.…
For Immediate Release: 1/8/16
Ghostfish Brewing Company 2942 1st Ave South
Seattle, WA 98134
Ghostfish Brewing to Release Peak Buster Double IPA
Seattle, WA – Ghostfish Brewing announced today the release of their 5th packaged beer, Peak Buster Double IPA. This bold beer will be available in 22 oz. glass bottles year-round at the Ghostfish Brewing taproom and numerous retail locations within their distribution area. Peak Buster Double IPA is 100% gluten-free, brewed with malted millet and buckwheat, and hopped with Eureka, Centennial and Summit hops. These hops create a powerful aroma of tropical fruits (mango, passionfruit, lychee), citrus and pine.
The Winter Beer Fest was last weekend at Magnuson Park and we had a great time sharing some unique brews Jason crafted especially for the event. It was completely sold out and very busy, despite the typical Seattle winter weather. We featured our Winter Warmer (Belgian Tripel) & Chocolate Mint Stout (Herb & Spice Beer), as well as our standby, the Watchstander Stout.
Newsflash: Thanksgiving is this week. For all of us, that means an extra focus on gratitude and for many of us that also means one hell of a week of football. If you’re in that group or you’re just looking for a delicious snack for people to much on before the big meal on Turkey Day, we wanted to share our munchie mix recipe!
(Seattle, WA/Portland, OR) The U.S. is filled with lots of great craft beer cities with many new markets emerging each year. The Northwest is home to arguably two of the most prestigious craft beer cities this country has to offer, so it should come as no surprise that the two best dedicated gluten-free breweries call the Northwest home.