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Boundary Bay Brewery ties for Best Brewery in Washington State!


Boundary Bay Brewery
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Every year, Northwest Brewing News holds a Reader’s Choice poll. They ask hundreds of readers to vote online or by mail for best beer, best homebrew store, best bartender, best beer store, and best brewery. This year, Boundary Bay Brewery tied with Seattle’s Elysian Brewing for Best Brewery in Washington State! We also won Best IPA “hands down” according to Alan Moen, editor of Northwest Brewing News. We are honored to receive these awards, particularly because they are from the readers of Northwest Brewing News. These are the people we make our beer for, the people who come in on a regular basis after a long day of work and sample our craft.
 
Boundary Bay’s continued success has as much to do with the community we are a part of as it does the beer we brew. Boundary opened in 1995 and, over time, became such a town fixture that locals often refer to it as “pure Bellingham.” Ed Bennett, owner of Boundary Bay, said his goals were always to brew good beer, make good food, and create a place where the people of Bellingham could be comfortable coming together. This unexpected success just illustrates how well he has achieved his goals. Boundary Bay, as a whole, works hard to stay connected to its customers and to support local organizations, charities, and musicians. The brewery also offers support to the Bellingham community by employing over 100 people during its busy seasons. “We try to do everything that we can ourselves,” says Ed, “from having an in-house bakery, maintenance department, and graphics department, to doing all of our own distribution. It’s just how we do things.” Bennett also recognizes the craft beer community as a strong foundation for Boundary’s growth and success. He commented that “the brewing industry has always been supportive and I am honored to be part of that culture. We live in a great region for craft brewing and the Pacific Northwest has a strong presence in craft beer.”
  





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