Seahawks Pre-Season Kick-off

Our weekly Not-So-Late Show will be taking a break this week for the first game of the Seahawks 2019 Season as they take on the Denver Broncos in the first pre-season game starting at 7pm!

Check out our Game Day Specials HERE!

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Marc & Joey – Live at the Tracyton Public House

Our friends, Marc and Joey Music, will be playing live at the Tracyton Public House on Saturday, July 27th, from 8pm-11pm.

If you haven’t joined us for any of their past performances, you are really missing out. They put on a great show, and play a mix of Acoustic & Indie Rock, Classic Hits, Blues, Originals, and your favorite Covers!

Check out this awesome video of them playing some tunes a few years ago:

Gina Belliveau – Live at the Tracyton Public House

Gina Belliveau will be playing for the first time at the Tracyton Public House on Saturday, July 20th from 8pm-11pm. She has been making her rounds at breweries, wineries, and local venues around the PNW. It will be a FREE SHOW and 21+ ONLY.

Gina plays a variety of Folk, Indie, Originals, and Covers of Pop songs with her own unique twist!

You can check out all of her music HERE!
Watch Gina’s Videos HERE!

Hippy and the Squids – Live at the Tracyton Public House

Join us as we welcome back the always-entertaining and crowd favorite, Hippy and the Squids, for a FREE SHOW on Saturday, June 22nd from 8pm-11pm.

NO COVER – 21+

Late-Night Happy Hour Food & Drink Specials from 9pm-11pm

H.a.t.S. play a variety of music – ranging from classic-rock covers, to danceable originals, to modern hits. They always bring a great crowd, and are definitely a band worth checking out!

Flor de Luna – Live at the Tracyton Public House

After an amazing performance on their last visit, Flor de Luna will be performing once again at the Tracyton Public House from 8pm-11pm on Saturday, June 8th.

NO COVER
21+ ONLY

Late Night Happy Hour: Food & Drink Specials from 9pm-11pm

Flor de Luna Latin Rock was inspired by Afro Cuban rhythms fused with rock, jazz and blues. The music blends the cultural backgrounds of many Latin countries with a progressive modern sound. Band member’s ages range from 60’s to the 20’s so the spectrum is very dynamic and diverse.

Latin Rock Artist’s that we perform songs of include; Santana, MALO, EL Chicano, Los Lobos, WAR and many more.

Cask Night 6 at The Tracyton Public House – feat. Bainbridge Brewing

Always a lot of fun, our monthly Cask Night is back again for a SIXTH time at Tracyton Public House – so grab all your cask-loving friends, or anyone you know that wants to try it for the first time, and join us as we drink the way our great-grandparents did!

If you’re a fan of, or curious to try, cask-conditioned beer – stop in on Monday, May 27th, for another cask-night to taste what many call “Real Ale” in a cask-conditioned keg poured straight from the bar top – the way beer was originally enjoyed for centuries!

FEATURED BREWERY & BEER:
Bainbridge Brewing
Kommuter Kölsch

We will be pouring this German-style favorite from a traditional German gravity cask!

If you’re new to cask-conditioned ale, or not sure why it is so popular and why it’s different than “modern” beer, check out this short article: https://bit.ly/2FxBvrT

SPECIALS INCLUDE:
** $4.75 – 14oz. Cask-Conditioned Glass
** $7.00 – 14oz. C-C Glass, plus a 6oz. Sidecar of the traditional co2 keg to compare side-by-side
** $3.25 – 6oz. Cask-Conditioned Taster Sampler
** $10.00 – Any TPH Burger, plus a 14oz. Cask Pour

Cask-conditioned, in short, is the way beer was originally enjoyed for centuries. With natural co2 from the fermentation, “real ale” typically has a more full-flavor and unique texture from the natural carbonation process.

WHEN: Monday, May 27th
WHERE: Tracyton Public House
TIME: Keg is tapped at 6pm

Trivia Night at the Tracyton Public House

Join us for Trivia Night every Monday Night (except the last Monday of each month) starting at 8pm! It’s FREE to play and prizes for the winning teams. Unless otherwise stated, it is multiple choice general trivia!

Monday’s Special: $10 Burger & Beer ALL DAY

BONUS QUESTION CLUE: Just like A. Jar, sometimes you have to work to get something open, or started. It only took 6 years for someone to get this well-deserved Day to be recognized on the national calendars in the U.S. after its initial celebration!

**Check in on our events page each week for clues to the upcoming Bonus Question where you can earn 10 extra points for a correct answer! Bonus Question Clues will be posted on the event page of corresponding date.

Cask Night 5 at the Tracyton Public House

Always a lot of fun, our monthly Cask Night is back again for a FIFTH time at Tracyton Public House – so grab all your cask-loving friends, or anyone you know that wants to try it for the first time, and join us as we drink the way our great-grandparents did!

If you’re a fan of, or curious to try, cask-conditioned ale – stop in on Monday, April 29th, for another cask-night to taste what many call “Real Ale” in a cask-conditioned keg poured straight from the bar top – the way beer was originally enjoyed for centuries!

FEATURED BREWERY: Sound Brewery
FEATURED BEER: Monk’s Indescretion (Belgian Strong Pale Ale)

If you’re new to cask-conditioned ale, or not sure why it is so popular and why it’s different than “modern” beer, check out this short article: https://bit.ly/2FxBvrT

SPECIALS INCLUDE:
** $4.75 – 14oz. Cask-Conditioned Glass
** $7.00 – 14oz. C-C Glass, plus a 6oz. Sidecar of the traditional co2 keg to compare side-by-side
** $3.25 – 6oz. Cask-Conditioned Taster Sampler
** $10.00 – Any TPH Burger, plus a 14oz. Cask Pour

Cask-conditioned, in short, is the way beer was originally enjoyed for centuries. With natural co2 from the fermentation, “real ale” typically has a more full-flavor and unique texture from the natural carbonation process.

WHEN: Monday, April 29th
WHERE: Tracyton Public House
TIME: Keg is tapped at 6pm

National Beer Day at Tracyton Public House – feat. Jim Marcotte

Celebrate National Beer Day with us at the Tracyton Public House on Sunday, April 7th. In honor of the signing of the Cullin-Harrison Act by FDR in 1933 which, during the dreaded prohibition, allowed citizens to buy, sell, and drink beer up to 4% ABV – which eventually led to the repeal of the Volstead Act of 1919 that banned all alcohol.

FEATURING LIVE MUSIC with Jim Marcotte from 4pm-7pm

BEER SPECIALS:
* $9 Beer Flights (all day)
* $3 Draft Pints (2pm-close)
* $10 Steak Dinner & any Pint (6pm-close)

Featuring 22 Drafts, including: Kitsap Microbreweries, Regional Crafts, National Favorites, and Imports!

HISTORY OF NATIONAL BEER DAY
In 1919, the Volstead Act became law and by 1920, the entire United States was subject to Prohibition. This meant that beer, wine and grain liquors had all become illegal. While Prohibition wouldn’t become appealed until December 5th, 1933, U.S citizens received an early break 8 months earlier when Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harrison act on April 7th, 1933. After he signed the bill, FDR is reported to have said, “I think this would be a good time for a beer.” And many Americans agreed with him because huge groups of people flooded breweries and taverns all over the country. In fact, by the end of that day, over 1.5 million gallons of beer ended up being sold. Beer has been enjoyed by Americans ever since.