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Wander Brewery: Wandering into Bellingham no mistake

Wander Brewery: Wandering into Bellingham no mistake

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KGMI News Reporting
By Mike Curtiss

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Bellingham’s newest microbrewery has started brewing.

Wander Brewing is the latest addition to the “beer belt” that’s forming downtown along Whatcom Creek.

Owners Chad and Colleen Kuehl have wandered around the world and picked Bellingham as the place they wanted to settle down and start a brewery.

Colleen says it’s been a really positive experience.

Play Colleen Kuehl on brewery

She says right now they are brewing up a batch of Baltic Porter with coffee and chocolate and cocoa nibs in it. Wander Brewing is located in a warehouse at 1807 Dean Avenue.

Its taproom should be open in a few months.

Another new microbrewery, Aslan Brewing, is currently under construction in downtown Bellingham.

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