Lucky Envelope Brewing Celebrates 4th Anniversary

Lucky Envelope Brewing of Seattle, Washington is celebrating their 4th anniversary in Ballard on Saturday, April 27th . Lucy Envelope will release new beers, new merch and have red envelope giveaways.

More from a press release:

“This year’s Anniversary celebration has cultural significance,” says co-founder Raymond Kwan. “The number four in Chinese tradition is unlucky because the Chinese word for the number sounds similar to the word death. Like some Western practices of excluding the 13th floor, you may find the 4th floor missing from some buildings in Asia.”

Lucky Envelope is releasing an Anniversary Hazy IPA brewed with Medusa, Mosaic, & Comet hops. In addition, they are releasing small batches of past customer favorites such as their Tea Smoked Helles Lager, Strawberry Milkshake IPA, & Cuke Nukem Cucumber Sour. Rounding out this year’s anniversary lineup are a Blackberry Sour and Strawberry & Rhubarb Golden Strong Ale.

“We decided to re-release our Cuke Nukem Cucumber Sour which we brewed with friend and homebrewer Blake Doepker as last year’s Pro-Am entry into the Washington Beer Awards, which won a silver medal,” says co-founder and Brewmaster Barry Chan. “As a brewer with homebrewing roots, I wanted to recognize the homebrewing community for being so amazing and supportive of Lucky Envelope.”

Lucky Envelope Brewing takes its name from the Chinese tradition – tied closely with New Year celebrations – of elders bestowing red-and-gold envelopes to loved ones as a gesture of luck and goodwill. Lucky Envelope is an award-winning family-friendly craft brewery in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. The brewery has garnered accolades since its May 2015 opening, including several medals at the 2017 & 2016 Washington Beer Awards, as well as at the prestigious 2015 Great American Beer Festival® (GABF) competition.

Lucky Envelope Brewing, 907 NW 50th St, Seattle, WA 98107

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