In three weeks, Safeco Field will be filled with thousands of hungry, beer drinking Seattleites sampling dishes from popular restaurants like Kaisho, Ivars, Radiator Whiskey, Brass Tacks, Pinky’s Kitchen, Dante’s Inferno Dogs, Duke’s Chowder House, Henry’s Tavern and a bunch more… (see full list here). Oh and let’s not forget about the 25+ breweries that will be available.
Michael has been involved with the Seattle area craft beer scene since early 2011, but his passion for craft beer goes back much farther. A BJCP recognized beer judge and homebrewer for over 20 years, he has a real passion for craft beer (and gourmet food). As Craft Beer Monger, his focus is on Seattle area breweries, craft beer bars and craft beer events. You can follow Michael on Twitter @CraftBeerMonger, Facebook or visit his blog at CraftBeerMonger.com.
Mike has been BrewDad for over 10 years and during that time taken a small Homebrewing blog to a much bigger scale of all things Craft Beer. With a focus on Pacific Northwest Breweries and beer events, BrewDad has been to countless Beer Festivals all over the country from Alaska to Florida. During that time he has rated over 5000+ different craft beers. Follow Mike on Twitter @BrewDad
Ann Peavey is one of Seattle’s most notable food enthusiasts and prolific social media personalities. She is both the brains and voice behind the popular Seattle Maven travel and food blog, while spending her days as Visit Seattle’s chef concierge. A lover of Northwest-derived ingredients, Ann is drawn to the innovation of local restaurants and craft breweries. She is the quintessential Seattle foodie and has her finger on the pulse of local food scene.
Charles Koh is the founder of EatSeattle, a food and lifestyle publication dedicated to helping foodies discover the best places to eat, play and stay in Seattle. Charles is a recognized social media personality and photographer with an infectious excitement and passion for food. You can follow him on twitter @charleskoh and get the inside to Seattle’s hip trends, tips and happenings throughout the city.
Ethan Stowell is the executive chef and owner of Ethan Stowell Restaurants in Seattle. His highly acclaimed restaurants include Tavolàta, How to Cook a Wolf, Anchovies & Olives, Staple & Fancy Mercantile, Ballard Pizza Company, Rione Xlll, Bar Cotto, Mkt., Red Cow, and Chippy’s Fish and Drink. His food philosophy is all about keeping it simple, using fresh ingredients, and allowing the food to do the talking. In 2010, Stowell launched Lagana Foods and began consulting for the Seattle Mariners.