March Mildness at Machine House Brewery

Seattle’s real ale specialists Machine House Brewery are dedicating the entire month of March to their Dark Mild with the 3rd annual March Mildness event. Milds are a pretty obscure style, especially in America, where the dark, malty, nutty, low ABV British-style of beer are little known and underappreciated. Machine House Brewery will be holding events at 12 different locations in the Puget Sound area celebrating Mild for the 2019 March Mildness celebration.

More from the event announcement:

DARK MILD: A surprisingly light-bodied session ale with a rich roasted malt character. Incredible drinkable, the deliciously balanced chocolate and caramel malt character makes the Dark Mild a cult favorite.

ABV: 3.7% OG: 1.036 FG: 1.006 IBU:20

Mash: 2nd Row, Dark Crystal, Chocolate

Hops: Nugget, Progress, Goldings

EVENT LENGTH: Month of March culminating in a WILD MILD PARTY in the Original Machine House Brewery in (Georgetown) Seattle, WA on March 31st 12-5pm.


How it works:
Step 1: Participants will get an official punch card at a participating location.

Step 2: Participants will get his/her/their card punched for each pint of Dark Mild (CASK ONLY) purchased at any participating location.

Step 3: Participants will put sticker next to your name to chart the locations’ progress*

Step 4: Drink a certain amount of Mild and win the following prizes:

Drink 5 Pints of Mild in the Month of March and receive a limited-edition March Mildness Pub Glass **

Drink 20 Pints of Mild in the Month of March and receive a limited-edition March Mildness T-Shirt**

*Winning location will the chance to collaborate with Machine House Brewery on a new CASK ALE!

**Prizes can be picked up at either Machine House Locations.

Participating Locations (North to South):

·        Special Brews (Lynnwood)
·        The Maple Bar (Maple Leaf)
·        The Dane (North Ballard)
·        The Masonry (Fremont)
·        The Red Door (Fremont)
·        Teku Tavern (South Lake Union)
·        Machine House PUB (Central District)
·        The Beer Junction (West Seattle)
·        Slow Boat (Hillman City)
·        Machine House Brewery (Georgetown)
·        Beverage Place (West Seattle)
·        The Red Hot (Tacoma)

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