Aslan posted the news on Facebook: “Soon, we will be able to give the Seattle community access to a wider selection of seasonal offerings, barrel projects, and specialty can releases, as well as the staples we have all come to know and love,” they write.
“We’ve been looking for a spot in Seattle for a couple years now, and couldn’t be happier finding a home in Fremont,” Jack Lamb, CEO of Aslan told the Washington Beer Blog. “Expansion can be a scary thing, but we are confident this is more a step toward quality than anything else.”
“Here’s to radical collaborations and a very bright future for independent craft beer!” Aslan writes.
Renderings from Cedar Speedster