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Craft Drinks

Season 1 | Episode 4

Seattle is nationally-known for its vibrant craft cocktail scene, but there’s some really innovative things happening with drinks sans spirits. In this episode of “Culture Trippers” we’ll explore Seattle’s craft beverage scene with two of the country’s top tastemakers. Take a flavorful tour of the city where we’ll try the Seattle-born deconstructed latte, sip on savory juices, pair DRY Sparkling Soda with fresh seafood, and enjoy a custom mocktail inspired by the city itself.


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Miro Tea Spare, polished teahouse serving many varieties of tea plus American & French snacks.
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Rachel's Ginger Beer Rachel’s Ginger Beer is an all-natural blend of fresh ginger, lemon, organic cane sugar and purified sparkling water.
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DRY Sparkling To craft sparkling beverages worthy of gourmet food pairing and premium mixology.
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Taylor Shellfish Taylor Shellfish Farms produces delectable Olympia, Kumamoto, Pacific & Virginica oysters, Manila clams, Mediterranean mussels, geoduck, & shellfish seed.
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Slate Coffee Roasters With three cafes located in Ballard, Pioneer Square, and University District. Slate Coffee is a family-owned specialty coffee roaster.
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Jars Juice Fresh and digitally accessible juice, smoothie, and food options.
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Ballard Farmers Market A year-round farmers market, featuring produce, meat, dairy, seafood, prepared food and local crafts from Washington farmers, fishers and ranchers.
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Smith Tower Standing at 484 feet, Smith Tower is the oldest skyscraper in the city and offers iconic views of the city.
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