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the Bergschrund is now NW Peaks Brewery! We are happy to finally be able to call the bar our own! Unfortunately, our original tiny little brewery is no longer in operation so please join us for a few of our tasty concoctions at the Bergschrund. … Stay tuned, either here or on social media, to learn about a new, expanded brew space and tasting room!

Thursday Appreciation Pints moves to Tuesday!  Join us each Tuesday as we continue to reach out to the community that helps support us!

Hours:

Base Camp is CLOSED (see above);

the Bergschrund:

Mon-CLOSED

Tue,Wed,Thurs- 3:00-11:00

Fri 3:00-1am; Sat 11:30-1am

Sun-11:30-8:00.

Upcoming Events:

Tuesdays throughout September: TAP NW Peaks supports Sound Salmon Solutions.

 

Updated on September 1, 2015
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    Tuesday Appreciation Pints – September 2015

    September Tuesday Appreciation Pints benefits: Sound Salmon Solutions.

    Money raised through the Tuesday Appreciation Pints program will go to Sound Salmon Solutions.  Click here to donate independent from Tuesday Appreciation Pints.

    Sound Salmon Solutions gave us an overview of what they do:

    Chinook Salmon and Steelhead populations are a less than 5% of historic levels in the Puget Sound region. Without dramatic habitat restoration and community awareness building, these fish populations are at risk of collapse which would negatively impact recreational fishing, commercial fisheries, tourism, and the 137 other species that directly rely on these fish.

    Sound Salmon Solutions is a 25-year-old, volunteer-based, 501 (c) 3 non-profit, Regional Fisheries Enhancement Group whose mission is to restore and enhance salmon populations through habitat restoration, community engagement and education.

    When asked how the general public can contribute to what they are doing:

    The biggest way that the community can contribute to what we are doing is through volunteer events. Throughout the year, we hold volunteer planting events where volunteers plant trees alongside creeks and rivers to improve salmon habitat and water quality.

    The general public can also contribute to our mission by staying up-to-date with what’s going on. Signing up for our email list and following us on Facebook and Twitter is a great way stay informed about projects and relevant news. Becoming a member of SSS is another great way to support the work that we do—a donation of $25 can make a big difference.

    The community can support our mission by engaging with our education and outreach program as well—we reach between 1,000 and 2,000 students per year and attend 50 community events. If an individual is interested in volunteering on a deeper level, we recommend becoming a Community Stewardship Partner. Community Stewardship Partners represent SSS and promote our mission and values through outreach at community events and education with schools.

    The general public can also contribute to the mission through four simple choices at home; picking up pet waste, washing cars at car washes, using natural yard care practices and inspecting your vehicle for leaks are all easy ways to reduce your impact on water quality.

    … and how can the general consumer contact you?

    We can be contacted by:

    Email: info@soundsalmonsolutions.org

    Facebook: Sound Salmon Solutions

    Twitter: @SoundSalmon

    Join us at The Bergschrund every Tuesday in September to help support this great organization!

     

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    Tuesday Appreciation Pints

    September Tuesday Appreciation Pints benefits: Sound Salmon Solutions.

    Money raised through the Tuesday Appreciation Pints program will go to Sound Salmon Solutions.  Click here to donate independent from Tuesday Appreciation Pints.

    Sound Salmon Solutions gave us an overview of what they do:

    Chinook Salmon and Steelhead populations are a less than 5% of historic levels in the Puget Sound region. Without dramatic habitat restoration and community awareness building, these fish populations are at risk of collapse which would negatively impact recreational fishing, commercial fisheries, tourism, and the 137 other species that directly rely on these fish.

    Sound Salmon Solutions is a 25-year-old, volunteer-based, 501 (c) 3 non-profit, Regional Fisheries Enhancement Group whose mission is to restore and enhance salmon populations through habitat restoration, community engagement and education.

    When asked how the general public can contribute to what they are doing:

    The biggest way that the community can contribute to what we are doing is through volunteer events. Throughout the year, we hold volunteer planting events where volunteers plant trees alongside creeks and rivers to improve salmon habitat and water quality.

    The general public can also contribute to our mission by staying up-to-date with what’s going on. Signing up for our email list and following us on Facebook and Twitter is a great way stay informed about projects and relevant news. Becoming a member of SSS is another great way to support the work that we do—a donation of $25 can make a big difference.

    The community can support our mission by engaging with our education and outreach program as well—we reach between 1,000 and 2,000 students per year and attend 50 community events. If an individual is interested in volunteering on a deeper level, we recommend becoming a Community Stewardship Partner. Community Stewardship Partners represent SSS and promote our mission and values through outreach at community events and education with schools.

    The general public can also contribute to the mission through four simple choices at home; picking up pet waste, washing cars at car washes, using natural yard care practices and inspecting your vehicle for leaks are all easy ways to reduce your impact on water quality.

    … and how can the general consumer contact you?

    We can be contacted by:

    Email: info@soundsalmonsolutions.org

    Facebook: Sound Salmon Solutions

    Twitter: @SoundSalmon

    Join us at The Bergschrund every Tuesday in September to help support this great organization!

     

    SSS color logo 1660x1660

    October 21 – Open Mic Night – Trip Reports

    Have an adventure you want to share? What trips would you like to brag about, laugh about, commiserate with other adventurers? It’s your turn to share your stories of classic climbs, gorgeous scenery, and epic fails with friends family and beer lovers alike. We are asking participants to share their 5-15 minute trip reports in a visual format (powerpoint, photoviewer) which should include a description of the area/route/activity, photography along the way, and any other ridiculousness that gets the point across. Owner/brewer/climber Kevin Klein will kick off the evening at 7pm sharp!

    All presenters are awarded a free pint of NW Peaks beer and the crowd favorite at the end of the night will win some sweet NW Peaks schwag.

    Send all inquiries to alison@thebergschrund.com

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    4818 17th Ave NW
    Seattle WA 98107
    206.981.0887

    info@nwpeaksbrewery.com

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