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Two Beers and Mulleady's Team Up for 9/11 Charity; Brave Horse Oktoberfest; Little Water Cantina's New Happy Hour

SOUTH LAKE UNION—Summer may have finally arrived in Seattle, but technically it's time to turn our attention to thoughts of Oktoberfest. No surprise, Tom Douglas's Brave Horse Tavern is early out of the gate with one hell of a dinner from chef Brian Walczyk, consisting of four courses, each paired with a different beer (though honestly you had us at "soft pretzel sticks"). The $50 September 20th event also marks the debut of Saison of the Witch, a seasonal brew done up by Elysian Brewing (along with Douglas beer czar Warren Peterson exclusively for the Douglas empire. It even uses pumpkins from Prosser Farm, managed by Douglas's wife Jackie. Full details and the menu are here. [EaterWire]

EASTLAKE—More booze news that feels just right given the temperature: Little Water Cantina now opens at 1 p.m. on weekends and is adding a new weekend happy hour, effective tomorrow. Happy hour will start at 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and run 'til close (the regular weekday happy hour is still in effect). In addition to a happy hour food menu, the new late night action includes $2 shots of El Jimador and 25 percent of all agave spirits. [EaterWire]

MAGNOLIA—And finally, a beer event for a very very good cause from Mulleady's and local brewery Two Beers. All day Sunday, 100 percent of sales of Two Beers' IPA at Mulleady's will go to Tuesday's Children, a charity that supports family members of 9/11 victims. [EaterWire]

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Little Water Cantina

2865 Eastlake Avenue East, , WA 98102 (206) 397-4940 Visit Website

Brave Horse Tavern

310 Terry Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109

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