An upcoming app called BuzzCutt offers features that make finding non-alcoholic beverages easier for the sober and curious. Users can now enter their zip code and the app will show them bars and restaurants serving non-alcoholic cocktails and beers in that area. The app also catalogs non-alcoholic brands such as Athletic, Jøyus and Wilderton. Founders and married couple Olivia and Sarah Sears hope to launch the app nationwide in the summer of 2023.
“I’ve been sober for about two years and a lot of the app’s background is a very personal mission,” says Sarah Sears. Willamette Week“Essentially, if you don’t have a drink in your hand, or you have water, or you have soda water, questions start to arise from the other person drinking. can be a really traumatic question.” BuzzCutt will be hosting a fundraiser at the Victoria Bar on January 28th. Click here to register for the free event.
Irani Brewfest features a line-up of celebrity chefs
Restaurant: Impossible‘s Robert Irvine, celebrity chef and author Alex Guarnacheri, top boss Alum and Big E owner Justin Sutherland will headline the annual BrewFest at Casino Ilani in Ridgefield, Washington next month. BrewFest includes a variety of events, including his Beer Bourbon & Burgers Dinner with Doug Adams and Brian Duffy in Portland. Celebrity chef Dine Around serving food and beer pairings. His two days of grand tastings of hundreds of beers, seltzers, ciders, spirits and wines. seminars, etc. Ilani BrewFest will be held from February 16th to February 19th. Tickets vary in price and are on sale now.
Nordic Northwest’s new exhibit lets you explore Scandinavian cuisine
New exhibition at the Scandinavian Cultural Center, new nordic cuisine, spotlighting food trends in the region and examining the driving forces behind contemporary Nordic food, its production and innovation. The exhibition is organized by the Danish American Museum and runs from January 9th to March 27th. Published in 2004 by Nordic chefs including Rene Redzepi of Noma.