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Holy Mountain Brewing Is About to Pour "Hop-Forward West Coast Ales" in Interbay

A dozen taps from a trio of home brewers.

The Holy Mountain guys.
The Holy Mountain guys.
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Holy Mountain Brewing is gearing up for the debut of its new Interbay taproom. Instead of a single flagship beer, Holy Mountain is "drawing inspiration from both yeast-driven continental beers as well as hop-forward West Coast ales." The new taproom will feature a dozen beers on draft, including a pair of nitro taps.

Holy Mountain was hatched by three award-winning home brewers: Colin Lenfesty, Adam Paysse, and Mike Murphy. After spending a couple of years fine-tuning a business plan and testing "batches with saison and brett strains and dialing in our water chemistry," Holy Mountain released its first beers in the Seattle market last October. Now, the partners are days away from opening their 60-seat taproom near Pier 90 at 1421 Elliott Ave. W.

Pints of Holy Mountain's special brett ­fermented version of Astral Projection Double IPA will featured at the January 23 opening. Skillet will serve food; doors unlock at 3 p.m.

The taproom will be closed every Tuesday and Wednesday. It's 21+ and pet free.

Holy Mountain Brewing Company

1421 Elliott Avenue West, , WA 98119 Visit Website

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