Old Schoolhouse Brewery, Winthrop, WA
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    Thumbs up Old Schoolhouse Brewery, Winthrop, WA

    Went to Winthrop, WA, a little tourist town in the Cascade Mountains in Washington for a day trip. The family was shopping and the Old Schoolhouse Brewery caught my eye. So while the family did some shopping only they wanted to do, I stepped in to sample my favorite type of beverage that they might be offering. The law in Washington is no guns in an area of an establishment off-limits to <21 years of age. A 30-ish year old woman followed me in, I sat in the "restaurant" area and she went into the bar area. I overheard parts of the conversion. I caught only small parts of the conversation that ensued.

    Woman: "He has a firearm"
    Bartender: "That's the restaurant, this is the bar"
    Woman: "....uncomfortable....."
    Bartender: "I can call the owner if you want"
    Saw the bartender make a phone call.
    Woman did stay at the bar.
    I did stay in the restaurant.
    They made a fantastic dark Imperial IPA! My family joined me a few minutes later and the wife enjoyed their bread pudding.

    Anyway, if you are ever in Winthrop, WA, make sure to stop in:
    The Beer at Old School House Brewery - Winthrop Washignton
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    Interesting that a craft brewery would have an area where <21 are not permitted, or is that a state law that stipulates that the bar area of a brewery tasting room is >21 only?

    There are over 50 craft breweries within 20 miles of my house, and all permit <21 anywhere, and many are kid friendly, from sandboxes to games.

    I love a good IPA.
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    I don't know the statutory requirements for having an area designated >=21 only, but it's no different than Applebees.
    Anyone who says, "I support the 2nd amendment, BUT"... doesn't. Element of Surprise: a mythical element that many believe has the same affect upon criminals that Kryptonite has upon Superman.

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