News highlights about Growl64.
Capitol Hill Times

Growl Store Taps Into Sustainable Consumption

Loren Klabunde’s new growler tap room on East Madison Street blends the former healthcare professional’s love for locally sourced beer with his environmental consciousness, from the concept itself to the polar bear adrift on his company’s logo. Read More

Seattle Eater

Seattleite Leaves Healthcare to Pursue Love of Local Beer

He’s planing to open a local-beer only, 64-tap pub on Capitol Hill this summer. Healthcare’s loss is Seattle’s beer scene’s gain. Seattleite Loren Klabunde left his day job to pursue opening a 64-tap tasting room dedicated entirely to local craft beer sourced within 100 miles of Seattle. Read More

The Capitol Hill Times

Growl64 | One Man’s Quest To Build The Ultimate Capitol Hill Tap Room

Loren Klabunde recently left his stable, health care career in search of his two true passions: beer and sustainability. Klabunde came to this conclusion after his quest for the best local beers became an exhausting expedition. He quickly realized that many of the best local, craft breweries are geographically spread out, and it takes a lot of work, dedication and being stuck in traffic to taste them all. Read More

Seattle Met

This Week in Restaurant News: 4 Taprooms and a Mioposto

Seattle healthcare worker Loren Klabunde has launched an ambitious $100,000 Indiegogo campaign to fund a 64-tap tasting room. The spot will not offer bottles or cans, just tastes and growler fills of a rotating selection of beers produced within a 100-mile radius of Seattle. Read More