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‘Think & Drink’ returns to Naked City Tuesday night

October 17th, 2011 · No Comments

Humanities Washington hosted its first “Think & Drink” event last month at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse in Greenwood, and it was so successful they’re doing it again Tuesday night.

The topic is urban planning and development, and this time, HW is partnering with Northwest Film Forum, which ran its “Remaking the Metropolis” documentary series last week. “Think & Drink” starts at 7 p.m. at 8564 Greenwood Ave. N.

Speakers for Think & Drink:

• Steve Scher, event moderator and host of KUOW’s Weekday.
• Nicole Huber, professor of architecture, University of Washington.
• Bryon Ziegler, urban planner and designer, Strategy Workshop LLC.

Speaking of Naked City, the brewery recently won the gold medal in the American Ale category at Lallemand’s Brain of Brewer’s Competition in Denver with its Podunk IPA. This is Naked City’s first gold medal at a national brewer’s competition.

And the folks at Naked City will be celebrating their third anniversary with an all-day party on Saturday, Oct. 22.

Join us for all day happy hour, raffles & giveaways, live music, an oyster bar, & up to 15 fantastic Naked City Beers on draft and cask including rarities and one-offs available exclusive at Naked City for our anniversary. Come try Dark Passage, a stunning merlot barrel aged imperial sour, along with casks of Big Lebrewski & an as yet unnamed 9.7 % Imperial IPA. Limited edition anniversary shirts will also be available!

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