September 11, 2017 / Leesy Latronica / Sip Northwest

4 Questions with Frank Trosset of Aslan Brewing Co.

Frank Trosset, brewmaster and one of four co-owners behind Aslan Brewing Co., likens his team to The Boxcar Children. Substitute a successful downtown Bellingham brewery for an abandoned boxcar turned makeshift woodland home, and you’ve got a group that came together to turn bootstrapped passion into beer magic. “Sometimes, when you see the door open, you don’t ask questions, you just walk through it,” Trosset says. “We’re just a bunch of motivated and talented people all pulling in the same direction. That is, for sure, what makes Aslan what it is.” Here with the Sip Northwest Magzine interview, Trosset unveils big plans for a new space, and we learn how a steady stream of old school hip hop factors into everyday brewery operations. Read the full interview here.

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