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Events on Tap: Lit Crawl, Two Beers, Oysters & More Beer

CAPITOL HILLLit Crawl returns this year — a nighttime event where more than 60 authors make reading "pit stops" from First Hill to Capitol Hill. Some cool watering holes and cafes help make up the 19 venues along the route: Von Trapp's, Poco Wine + Spirits, Sam's Tavern and Capitol Cider — the last stop on the tour, which includes food writers Langdon Cook (The Mushroom Hunters), Kathleen Flinn (Kitchen Counter Cooking School), Joe Ray (New York Times), and Kurt Timmermeister (Growing a Farmer). The crawl starts at 6 pm and all readings are free. [EaterWire]

SODOTwo Beers Brewing is throwing a sixth anniversary party on Saturday, November 2, where they'll be unveiling a new look ("that reflects the brewery's laid-back personality and love for the Pacific Northwest") and two new beers (a Sixth Anniversary IPL and Overhang Bourbon Aged Imperial Porter). There will also be live music, seasonal beer, food from Where Ya At Matt, raffle prizes and more. It all takes place at the TB tasting room, The Woods, from 2 to 7 pm. More details on the Two Beers website. [WSB]

BALLARD— Speaking of beer, Ballard Annex Oyster House is hosting an evening of beer and oyster pairings tomorrow night (Thursday) in The Grog (the restaurant's new back bar). Reuben's Brews and NW Peaks is supplying the brews, while chef Josh Green prepares a four-course menu featuring Taylor Shellfish Pacifics and shigoku. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased online. [EaterWire]

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