This week’s Spotlight was recommended to us by a fan of The BOB, and a big fan of this week’s Thirsty Thursday location, Laurelwood Pub. So, shout out to you, Taya for the recommendation.
I don’t remember the last time I was at Laurelwood Pub…it’s been a minute for sure. When I contacted them, they were more than eager to have us come down and see how they’ve adapted to the whole outdoor seating thing.
“Wherever there’s a fight so hungry people can eat, I’ll be there”…..holding some of the best craft beer in downtown Camas.
Which happens to be exactly where this week’s Thirsty Thursday Spotlight is located. (They also have a place in Portland.) The evening was chilly and a bit drizzly, but spirits were high, because Jonathan Kaylor, Jason Knoppp and I finally got to a place that’s been at the top of our “must go to” lists: Grains of Wrath
The atmosphere was alive with the patrons enjoying beverages, food and conversations.
Now that the Holidays are over and the new year is in full swing, it was time to get back to what Thirsty Thursday is all about, spending time with friends, drinking local beer, eating local food all while solving the world’s problems. What better place to start the year off than with a Vancouver Beer institution, Loowit Brewing.
The last live podcast interview we did was on a Thursday with our friend Don Lovell, founder of the Barbers. It was such a great episode with great stories about Entrepreneurship, Beer, Business and Baseball. If you haven’t listened to episode 1 yet, I highly recommend you listen to it.
It’s time for a Thirsty Thursday Throwback edition.
The year was 2018, the month January. My wife Angie, the kids, and I were driving on 162nd our way to a friend’s house. We came to the stop light on NE 18th street, when Angie asked, “Has that tap house always been there or is it new?” her finger gently pressing against the passenger door window.
“I don’t know.” I responded. “Should we go by there, and see what’s up?” Angie nodded and I immediately turned my right blinker on.