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Beers Made By Walking Tasting Party; New Ice Cream Bars from Parfait

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Preserve and Gather's future home.
Preserve and Gather's future home.
Kayla Blincow

BEER HERE — Landscape-inspired beers made through the Beers Made By Walking program will be tapped at an October 15 event from 6 to 9 p.m. at Naked City Brewing in Seattle. The event will feature 11 local beers and ciders made through a collaboration between BMBW and the Greenway Trust after a series of public hikes, led by Greenway experts, with local brewers throughout the summer. Each brewery is donating their specialty beer for this event and a percentage of the the beer sales on October 15 will support the Mountains to Sound Greenway. [EaterWire]

BALLARD Parfait rolled out new chocolate-dipped ice cream bars for Sweet Week last week, and they're sticking around as a permanent addition to the menu. The bars are dipped in 70% Theo chocolate and sprinkled with fleur de sel French sea salt. Look for rotating flavors like dark chocolate mint, milk chocolate coconut, and even a totally vegan double chocolate. [EaterWire]

KICKSTARTIN' Upcoming bakeshop and cafe Preserve and Gather has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $19,000 to fund final renovation costs including plumbing and electrical work. Contributors can earn swag and credits towards treats at the cafe once it opens. [EaterWire]

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