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Brewed and Canned at Longmire Springs Brewing, Packwood, WA.
473 ML (1 PINT) 7% Alc. by Vol.
WEST COAST IPA
473 ML (1 PINT) 5% Alc. by Vol.
473 ML (1 PINT) 4.5% Alc. by Vol.
473 ML (1 PINT) 6.5% Alc. by Vol.
OUR BREWHOUSE & TAPROOM
A place to meet friends, and enjoy a good brew.
Our establishment is family and dog friendly. While we won't have a kitchen, we will feature food trucks and customers can bring their own food to enjoy with a pint.
No outside alcohol
Well-behaved dogs allowed if on-leash
Kids with continuous parent supervision are welcome
Food Truck/Vendor Schedule for October:
Thursday October 5th - Sunday October 8th - West on Wheels Burgers, Fries & More!
Thursday October 12th - Sunday October 15th - Zest Sri Thai Mobile & Butter Butte Bites
Thursday October 19th - Sunday October 22nd - Zest Sri Thai Mobile & Butter Butte Bites
Thursday October 26th - Sunday October 29th - Zest Sri Thai Mobile & Butter Butte Bites
Saturday, October 7th - Fresh Hop Red IPA Release Party & Live Music by Vaught Rock from 6 - 8
Sunday October 8th 11 AM- Sip & Stretch Yoga
Saturday, October 21st 6:00 PM - Live Music with Kitty Mae
Sunday October 22nd 11 AM- Sip & Stretch Yoga
Saturday, October 28th 6 - 9 PM - Scary-oke Karaoke & Costume Contest
Trivia Night Every Thursday at 5:30 PM!
independent- and brewer-owned & operated
Co-founders, and husband and wife team, Peter Charbonnier and Amy Besunder opened Populuxe Brewing in 2012 in the bucolic beer mecca of Ballard, WA. Peter had been an award-winning home brewer and the two were inspired to see if they could turn his hobby into a business. The response was overwhelmingly positive and in 2016, they expanded to a larger facility. Many awards were won, including the prestigious Small Brewery of the Year (2018). More importantly, a community was built, and great friends and memories were made.
In 2019, as COVID-19 took hold of the country, the couple retreated to their home in Packwood, WA. Members of the community since 2008, it had long been their dream to live there, full-time. In the wake of a global pandemic, they threw caution to the wind, sold the brewery and pulled up stakes planning to “find some low-stress jobs and enjoy the good life.” That lasted a few months till they were approached by some neighbors. There was an awesome and empty building crying out for a new life on the edge of town and a supportive community who were thirsty for some locally brewed beer. And so, Longmire Springs Brewing was born.
THE BEER MASTERS
Peter Charbonnier & Amy Besunder
Finding Inspiration in Every Pour