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What’s New, Fremont? Beers, Redefined Fast Food & Wacky Raccoons

By Sean Keeley · August 23rd, 2011 · 1 Comment

A look around the neighborhood to catch some of the stories falling through the cracks…

Even though Chris Ray is no longer a member of the Seattle Mariners, the beer he collaborated with Fremont Brewing to create, Homefront IPA, is reviewed by SB Nation Seattle.

Ethan Stowell, the chef behind Tavolata, How to Cook a Wolf, Anchovies & Olives and the shuttered Union says he will open a series of casual spots he describes as “fast food redefined.” He is looking at Wallingford and Fremont and wants to open within six months.

Who Is the Best Home Brewer in Seattle? 52 home-brew enthusiasts have entered this year’s Seattle Weekly Home Brew Competition. Judging for the third annual contest takes place over the next week, and the winning beer (brewed by Big Al Brewing) will be unveiled on October 22 at Brouwers Café in Fremont.

BEAN Seattle is holding their 4th annual “Date Auction” on Wednesday at 88 Keys in Pioneer Square at 7pm. At least one dater up for auction is promising to take a lucky lady through the “Funky Fremont neighborhood.”

Meet Rocky, a raccoon who shows up at a home in Fremont often to do whatever it is that Rocky is doing. H/T: Catie)




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