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Washington Brewers win 28 medals at Best of Craft Beer Awards
Kendall Jones has a nice write up on the recent Best of Craft Beer Awards. Ten Pin Brewing’s new Gutterball Hazy Pale Ale brought home the bronze in the Northeast-Style Pale Ale category.
In Defense of Fruity Beers
Here’s a story by Adam Boyd from the inlander.com that gives a mention of our Groove Pineapple Wheat.
Vacation destination… Moses Lake?
June 12, 2017
Here is a nice write up about Moses Lake with some Ten Pin history from the Washington, Our Home web site…
Ten Pin Brewing is coming to Western Washington – here’s their story…
June 12, 2016
A couple weeks ago Kim and I stopped by Ten Pin Brewing in Moses Lake to introduce ourselves, learn the story, and sample some beers. Bowling and beer is an age-old pairing and it’s hard to imagine one without the other… Read more at the Washington Beer Blog.
Ten Pin Brewing prepares for 2016 launch
August 24, 2015
“Bowling provides our roots but the future is clear and craft beer takes the lead. Ten Pin Brewing will be focused on brewing quality, interesting, desirable styles, growing our community and setting a standard for modern craft beer.” – state Lake Bowl Inc. CEO, B.J. Garbe Read more at Drinks Business Review.
Ten Pin Brewing Breaks Ground on New, 30-Barrel Brewery
August 20, 2015
Bowling and beer go together like peas and carrots. Yesterday in Moses Lake, the owners of Ten Pin Brewing broke ground on a new facility adjacent to Lake Bowl, the town’s iconic bowling alley. Read more at the Washington Beer Blog.
Ten Pin Brewing Breaks Ground on New Brewery in Moses Lake
August 18, 2015
“That is all about to change as they break ground this week on a new facility where they will install a custom-built 30-barrel brewing system that will give the brewery an initial capacity of 7,500 barrels per year, with room to grow. They hope to be at full production by March 2016, and they are planning distribution via draft, bottles and cans to Seattle and other regional markets.” Read more at Seattle Beer News.