Seattle 2011 Details


Saturday, November 19th 2011
3200 1st Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98134

  • Live Artist Demonstrations, Live Music and an Interactive Art Experience for Patrons
  • Meet Rob Widmer, Co-Founder of Widmer Brothers Brewing Co. in an Intimate Setting
  • Limited Number of Tickets on Sale Soon!
  • All Tickets Include Unlimited Beer Samples, Complimentary Hors D’oeuvres, Live Entertainment, Souvenir Glass and Event Guide


Widmer Beers

Seattle Featured Beers:

  • Brothers Reserve
    Lemongrass Wheat Ale
  • Brrr Seasonal Ale
  • Drop Top Amber Ale
  • Drifter Pale Ale
  • Hefeweizen
  • Nelson Imperial IPA
  • Nelson O’Ryely IPA
  • Pitch Black IPA



Artisan Cheese Platter
feta, goat cheese, sharp cheddar, blue cheese and gouda
served with house-select spreads & artisan sliced breads and crackers
*Blue Cheese Paired with Rotator IPA
*All other Cheeses Paired with Nelson IPA


Lamb Meatball Canape
with currant jam
*Paired with BRRR

Our Signature Sweet Potato & Dungeness Crab Cakes
with chipotle remoulade & minced chives
*Paired with Drifter Pale Ale

Chilled Shrimp Cocktail
with house-made citrus cocktail sauce
*Paired with Hefeweizen

Small Composed Plate
fall organic mixed greens, tossed with our maple balsamic vinaigrette & topped with salmon
*Paired with Drop Top Amber Ale


Spicy Pulled Pork & Tillamook & Beef Sliders
served with a spicy cabbage & cilantro slaw
*Paired with Nelson IPA

Pigs In A Blanket
with stone ground mustard BBQ & spicy honey mustard sauces
*Paired with Drifter Pale Ale

Bacon Wrapped Figs
stuffed with smoked turkey and apricot marmalade
*Paired with Pitch Black IPA


Chocolate Truffles
*Paired with Rotator IPA

Caramel Flavored Mini Cheesecakes
*Paired with Drop Top Amber Ale



Mantisart is the art of Andrew Miller. Miller was born and raised from the eighth of October 1977 in the suburbs of Seattle Washington, attended high school in the city and, several years and countless classes at various local colleges later, he commited himself as a full time working artist. He has spent the past ten years developing a unique concept in photography, hand painting and ink coloring each of his black and white images. By applying oil paints directly onto his prints, Miller adds vibrant colors and layers with the existing imagery, creating an imaginary perception in each of his works. This theme flows through each of his paintings, films, illustrations, sculptures and other abstracts. He currently lives in the Greenlake neighborhood of Seattle, having worked the same ten years as a program leader and director for kids at the Ballard Community Center.


Matt Brown

Matt Brown Biography
Though his music career only began in 2007 after graduating college, Matt Brown’s passion for music began long ago as a child growing up in the small town of Washougal. It started with banging his head to rhythms against the car seat and matching melodies he heard playing from the old cassettes his dad used to play. As he grew older, he sang in secret, almost embarrassed to share his passion, and it remained a hobby throughout his youth.

While attending Seattle University, Matt bought a guitar to pick up as a hobby. He soon fell in love not only with the guitar, but accompanying his voice with it as well. His classmates urged him to play a few open-mic nights on campus and soon Brown became inspired to write songs and continue to grow his skills as a guitar player and songwriter.

He scurried to form a band to compete in the 2007 Seattle University’s Battle of the Bands. After winning the competition, he felt a calling to follow his passion for making music. After graduating college with a finance degree, he moved back home to the Portland area to pursue music in his band Ruby Hill. Ruby Hill released two successful albums, received local radio play, and played some of Portland’s best venues. Matt felt the urge to make a solo album and promote the album locally and nationally. ‘Finish Lines’ is the result of this ambition. The album is warm and intimate, intertwined with blues and soul.