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Locöl Owner to Open Tap Station in West Seattle

Some exciting booze news for West Seattle.

Locöl Barley & Vine owner Kyle Duce has taken over the flower shop next door (Sharon's Westwood Florist), where he is creating a to-go tap station for the community. Duce says Tap Station will offer an extensive selection of vessels and growlers for purchase for different types of use: camping, biking, snowboarding, home consumption.

There'll be 8 Proletarian wines on tap, along with 6-8 local draft beers and several reach-in coolers for additional bottles of beer and wine. Says Duce:

Charlie (Worden) the chef at Locöl will be my other operating owner and will conduct private cooking classes as well as private dining events for 10-15 people with Locöl hosting the food.

Duce says he really wants to tie in other chefs from the community to lend their talents to these classes that would require nothing but an induction burner and butane stove. Camping-focused cooking classes, anyone?

Tap Station is expected to open in about six weeks.

· All First Word Coverage [~ESEA~]
· All Locöl Coverage [~ESEA~]
· Locöl Barley & Vine [Facebook]

Tap Station

7900 35th Ave., Seattle, WA 98126

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