To-Go Box: Natural 20 Brewing adds a new menu, second location, and more food news! | Food News | Spokane | Interior of the Pacific Northwest


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Carrie Scozzaro

Natural 20 Brewing serves gamer-themed pub fare like Gary’s Bacon Ranch flatbread.

OI like eating places that don’t get caught too seriously and Natural 20 Brewing Co. is just that: a fun place to drink a fun beer like “Serious Gourmet Shit” Caramel Macchiato White Milk Nitro Stout, making us wonder: is this a dessert too? Do you drink it for breakfast?

Natural 20 (the name refers to the highest roller a Dungeons & Dragons player can ride a 20-sided die) also recently launched a new menu that enhances your food options with nine hot and cold handhelds such as Philadelphia Gorgon Cheese Steak ($15) with Scottish Beer Infused Mustard from the brewery, plus soup, salads, snacks, and six flatbreads like Gary’s Bacon-Loaded Chicken Ranch ($10).

The new food menu is live at both the original Spokane Valley location (13216 E. Sprague Ave.) as well as the recently opened Spokane location at the former Hidden Mother Brewing site (1303 N.Washington St.). Visit natural20brewing.com.

Editor’s Note: Natural 20 is just one of many new options for local beer lovers. Look for more brewing news in the coming weeks from inside the beer guy, Derek Harrison.

NEW PROJECTS

Spokane’s Spiceology aims to provide the perfect blend of seasonings for any culinary situation, while local lifestyle brand The Great PNW focuses on sharing all the great things about the Pacific Northwest through its clothing. and iconic accessories.

Now the two local favorites are teaming up to create PNW PROVISIONSstarting with a Kickstarter campaign that runs until September 30. Initial plans are to offer trail mixes, locally roasted coffee and caffeinated energy bars online (thegreatpnw.com) and at The Great PNW retail store inside River Park Square, eventually expanding the range to include more great-tasting products.

Although the $10,000 fundraising campaign far exceeded that goal, supporters can still pledge funds in exchange for support packages that include the merchandise itself, as well as an invitation to a launch party. Look for PNW Layouts on Kickstarter to support the project.

CONGRATULATIONS

Talk about aging well. Congratulations to two Spokane-based wineries, TREE CRIMETERY (4705 N. Fruit Hill Road, arborcrest.com) and LATAH CREEK (13030 E. Indiana Ave., latahcreek.com), who both turned 40 in July.

At the Pullman, the mythical drinking trough THE COUG on Colorado Street recently entered its 90th year of business. A popular place for students and alumni to get pitchers before or after a game, The Coug also has a full pub fare menu. See on thecougarcottage.com.

BIGFOOT PUB AND CATERING (9115 N. Division St., Spokane) also celebrated a milestone, its 50th anniversary, with a Sasquatch-sized blowout. Visit facebook.com/bigfootspokane for current promotions.

It’s not just the locals who love INDABA COFFEE breaststroke. The judges of the North American Golden Bean competition were impressed with from Indaba High Drive Blend, Rwanda, Costa Rica and Swiss Water Decaf coffees. In Spokane, find Indaba at three locations: at Kendall Yards inside Fleet Feet at 1315 W. Summit Pkwy., downtown at 518 W. Riverside Ave. or at its flagship location at 1425 W. Broadway in the Midwest.

Could we witness a future James Beard Award winner? Evie Rudleya 5-year-old Moscow recently won first place in the Cosmic Crisp cooking challenge for her apple-based breakfast pizza.

To-Go Box is the inside a regular restaurant column, offering tasty insights and updates on the area’s dining scene. Send tips and updates to [email protected]


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