I’m smitten the moment I walk into Aslan Brewing Company’s brewpub in downtown Bellingham, in northwestern Washington. The taproom is glowing with warm light, and spirited conversations are taking place over tall glasses of golden hued beer. Aslan is buzzing with ambiance, and with its 18-foot-high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and plants draping the walls, the brewpub feels distinctly Bellingham: well-grounded, highly social, connected to nature and unpretentious. I take a seat next to Bow Trosset, one of the four owners, and try a sip of the Batch 15 IPA he places before me. With just one taste of this deliciously hazy, juicy, citrusy, hop-forward IPA made with USDA approved organic ingredients, it’s clear why the taproom is buzzing on this Sunday night.
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