June 1, 2018 / Sunset Staff / Sunset Magazine

What's new in Bellingham - Aslan Depot

A well-crafted beer should be enjoyed like a carefully poured Jazz Age cocktail - with refinement and ease. Sip back in time with Aslan Depot, Bellingham's lasted shrine to fermentation. Not one to do things halfway, founder Jack Lamb spent more than a year scouting Craigslist for furniture fitting this 1922 streetcar depot, which he lovingly transformed into a dapper gathering space. Read the full feature here. 

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