Two Beers Brewing Named ‘Most Outgoing’ in Seattle Metropolitan’s July Issue
Cheap eats and beer? That’s a magazine I’m happy to pick up.
Seattle Metropolitan’s July issue – on stands now – features articles about both with a special shout out to Seattle’s craft beer scene. Titled “The New School of Beer,” open the magazine and flip to the “beer book” (a yearbook layout of sorts highlighting local brewers) where you’ll see Two Beers Brewing Founder and Head Brewer Joel VandenBrink smiling for the camera. Named “Most Outgoing,” Joel is commended for continuously “finding new ways to weave his company into the fabric of the local beer scene,” whether it be 12-ounce aluminum cans, unique beer infusions or styles not found anywhere else.
You can also read more about Two Beers Brewing’s line of 12-ounce aluminum cans (Local Breweries Put Craft Beer in Cans) and the brewery’s popular Trailhead ISA (Seattle’s Low-Alcohol, High-Flavor Beers) at seattlemet.com.