spirits

Though it may be hard to tell if spring has actually arrived here in Seattle, I do know that our local distillers have sprung into action with a number of new releases sure to tickle the fancy of spirit lovers; read about a few below.

Cocktail critic AJ Rathbun stops into Ballard's Little Tin and delivers his impressions of the visit

Scotch and beer in Fremont, a fantasy convention, free entry to the National Parks, a lipstick party and works from Jasper Johns to Rothko. Yup, Seattle's pretty awesome

Four Seattle bars where beer and a shot, and variations thereof, reign supreme

A roundup of three upcoming "spirited" events that you won’t want to miss

Booze of the Moment: Tequila

Ian MacNeil, local entrepreneur and glass art champion recently moved to Dallas.

The recent boom in Seattle booze distillers comes thanks to the Washington State Craft Distillery Law (passed in 2008), which allows local liquor producers to offer on-site tasting and bottle sales, à la wineries—provided that at least 51 percent

Two measures that would allow Washingtonians to buy bourbon and bacon in the same establishment—and take the state government out of the $849 million–per-year business of selling and distributing hard liquor altogether—are headed for the November