Cask Night 9 featuring Rainy Daze

Cask Night at the Tracyton returns, and we are kicking it off with a really popular brewery, Rainy Daze and one of their BRAND NEW brews that, aside from this cask, is a taproom exclusive – 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, November 30th, 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:
Rainy Daze Brewing Co.
FEATURED BEER:
“Tay, More Cowbell!” a Peanut Butter Milk Stout

 

PLEASE NOTE: We are following all state guidelines, so masks are required while inside and not seated, 6 per table, and spaced seating – but we do have a large, covered beer garden as well.

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:
** $5.00 – 14oz. Cask-Conditioned Glass
** $7.50 – 14oz. C-C Glass, plus a 6oz. Sidecar of the traditional co2 keg to compare side-by-side
** $3.50 – 6oz. Cask-Conditioned Taster Sampler
** $14.00 – 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, November 30th
WHERE: Tracyton Public House
TIME: Keg is tapped at 6pm

The Not-So-Late Show: Zach Michaud

Our weekly Not-So-Late Show with a new-to-us musician, Zach Michaud, performing a solo-acoustic set. We are excited to welcome Zach to our March line-up. He will be performing from 6pm-9pm – and as always, it is a FREE show! Make sure to check out his music links below.

Thursday Specials:
$1 Tacos & $3.50 Tacos ALL DAY
Happy Hour from 3pm-6pm
Live Music from 6pm-9pm

Featured Musician: Zach Michaud – Zach Michaud is singer/songwriter’s singer/songwriter. Truly a hardcore troubadour. From sad drunken ballads to sad funny ballads and everything in between because there is a lot, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Zach is currently supporting his latest release “Toothaches and Heartbreak” a Salmonella Records movie for your ears.

Sarah O’Dea LIVE at the Tracyton Public House

Join us as we welcome back Sarah O’Dea to the Tracyton Public House on Saturday, February 15th from 8pm-11pm

! You know her from her monthly spot for our Thursday Not-So-Late Show. We know that not everyone can make it out on a Thursday, so we invited her to play on a Saturday night.

She is always a lot of fun and plays a variety of originals and covers.

The Not-So-Late Show: Sarah O’Dea

Our weekly Not-So-Late Show with the amazingly-talented musician, Sarah O’Dea, performing a solo-acoustic set. We are excited to announce that she will continue her permanent rotating spot on our Thursday Night line-up each month. She will be performing from 6pm-9pm – and as always, it is a FREE show! Make sure to check out her music links below, and see why so many are such big fans of her music!

Thursday Specials:
$1 Tacos & $3.50 Tacos ALL DAY
Happy Hour from 3pm-6pm
Live Music from 6pm-9pm

Featured Musician: Sarah O’Dea studied classical voice for 4 years and grew up playing guitar, trumpet and piano. She began writing songs at the age of 15 and is shaped by many genres of influence (folk, soul, rock) which she carries over in her own Americana writing. She writes heart-felt, creative songs inspired by personal experience and whatever comes to mind.

Watch All of Sarah O’Dea’s Videos HERE!
Listen to Sarah O’Dea’s Music HERE!

Cask Night 7 at the Tracyton Public House

Always a lot of fun, our monthly Cask Night is back again for a SEVENTH 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, June 24th, 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:
Rainy Daze Brewing (Poulsbo, Wa.)

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, June 24th
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.

 

Cask Night 3

Always a lot of fun, our Cask Night is back again for a third time – 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, February 25th, 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!

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

Featured Beer Announced Soon!

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, February 25th, 2019
WHERE: Tracyton Public House
TIME: Keg is tapped at 6pm

Food Specials and a “Kill-the-Keg” prize!

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 Night 2

Since our first Cask Night was such a hit, we are doing it AGAIN!

If you’re a fan of, or curious to try, cask-conditioned ale – stop in on Monday, January 28th 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!

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

***FEATURED BEER JUST ANNOUNCED***
Silver City’s Supafly IPA

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.

RSVP, Invite your fellow beer fans, and be the first to get any updates HERE!

WHEN: Monday, January 28th
WHERE: Tracyton Public House
TIME: Keg is tapped at 6pm

SPECIALS INCLUDE:
** $4.50 – 14oz. Cask-Conditioned Glass
** $6.75 – 14oz. C-C Glass, plus a 6oz. Sidecar of the traditional co2 Supafly keg to compare side-by-side
** $3.00 – 6oz. Cask-Conditioned Taster Sampler
** $10.00 – Any TPH Burger, plus a 14oz. Cask Pour

Divisional Round Weekend

Tracyton Public House is your NFL Playoff Destination. Join us for Game Day Food and Drink Specials, a Jumbo TV with surround sound, and multiple hi-def TV’s.

Wild Card Weekend – NFL Playoffs

Tracyton Public House is your NFL Playoff Destination. Join us for Game Day Food and Drink Specials, a Jumbo TV with surround sound, and multiple hi-def TV’s.