Skagitonians getting ready to hunker down at home should think about adding beer to their list of must-haves.  People have been clearing the grocery aisles of toilet paper, pasta, and chicken at Fred Meyer’s and Costco in Burlington.  Now, beer and wine are the next items on the list for many of us as we experience this global public health crisis – coronavirus pandemic.

“We have our bottle shop, where we sell a wide variety of beer, wine, and cider (and gift cards!). We’re also going to be rolling out an online curbside (or patio-side) pickup system next week so folks can buy bottles to go without coming inside,” says Amber Watts, co-owner of Garden Path Fermentation.

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Garden Path Fermentation Bottle Shop

Many of our local breweries also are restaurants.  Pick up food while you are stocking up on beer!  “We offer online ordering for gift cards and our entire menu for pickup.  You can also get Crowlers (a Crowler is a giant, 32 oz. can) to-go of any of our house-made beer, cider, and sodas,” says Chris Barker, co-owner of Terramar Brewing and Distilling.

Chris adds, “The entire Terramar staff thanks you for your support during these challenging times. We look forward to seeing your smiling faces soon, even if it is through your car window. We will have dog biscuits at the ready in case your pup comes along for the ride!”

Chuckanut Brewery is asking for people to email them or call with gift card requests.  They will snail mail the card to whoever you wish.  Even though they do not normally offer curbside delivery, you can call them to order bottled/growlers of beer and pay with a credit card over the phone.  When you arrive, call and they will deliver to you in the parking area.

Anacortes Brewery if offering food to go with curbside delivery right in front of the Rockfish Grill.  “We also have beer to go in 16 oz cans and 32/64 oz growlers and gifts cards,” says Rick Star, co-owner of Anacortes Brewery and Rockfish Grill.

192 Brewing in Mount Vernon is offering curbside pickup for food to go along with growlers of beer and cider.  “Simply call in your order, and we can assist with car delivery when you arrive,” says Derek Wyck, owner of 192 Brewing.

Bastion Brewing Co. is offering to-go/take out orders fro both beer and food.  Gift cards are also available.  “We will be offering deals on 4 and 6 pack cans to go,” says Kelly Solomon, GM of Bastion Brewing Co.

Farmstrong Brewing will be open Tuesday-Friday from 3-7 and Saturday 12-5 for to go purchases including;  packaged cans, draft crowlers, growlers, and kegs.

SVC Cardinal Craft Brewing will be closed through at least April 24th.

Northsound Brewing is working on beer delivery and offers growlers, cans and kegs to go.  You can buy a gift card as well.

Support Your Local Breweries and Keep Well!

 

 

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