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Mollusk Begins Bottling; Gluten-Free Ghostfish Beer Available at CenturyLink Field

Plus, a fundraiser for Janet Spindler of Spinnaker Bay Brewing

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SODO—It's been a while since Cody Morris has packaged his beer beyond kegs, but the Mollusk brewer (formerly operating under the Epic Ales label) is ready to release his first bottles under the new name. You can purchase the Aloha Street Witt, a wheat beer brewed with coconut and spices, at Mollusk and various Seattle and Tacoma bottle shops. [Facebook]

DOWNTOWNJanet Spindler, the co-owner and brewer at Spinnaker Bay Brewing, was diagnosed with stage II non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in January. Though her prognosis is good, she's looking at significant expenses for treatment. To help out, Pike Brewing is throwing a fundraiser at its pub downtown on Saturday, March 12. The event will involve a silent auction, live music, and snacks, all from 5 to 9 p.m. More info is available on the Facebook event page. [EaterWire]

SODO—Good news, Ghostfish Brewing fans: The company's Vanishing Point Pale Ale, naturally gluten-free, is now available at CenturyLink Field. You can find it at Stand 131 and 141 Craft House on Field Level, Stand 116 Loud and Proud and The Grab & Go at Section 111 on the Main Level, and Section 209 and 235 "Eye Bars" on the Club Level. [Facebook]

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