According to a recent article from New School Beer, Human People Beer will soon open its doors at 1100 W Ewing Street.
“We are hoping to open in the summer, but have not set a specific date yet. June or July is the goal. When it comes to selling our beer on the market, we’re aiming to do so in March.”
“Tim Kamolz, Mallorie King, and I are all very excited to be a part of Seattle’s great beer scene, and we will all individually bring a unique flavor to the space,” Andrew Schwartz, co-owner and co-founder of Human People Beer, told What Now Seattle.
“The tasting room is inspired by European alpine cafes or all-day cafes, and the goal is to have it be cozy, and welcoming for everybody. Our beer will dabble in modern and classic styles with a lively and cosmically-inspired approach. Flavorful, drinkable, and aromatic. We will have a limited food menu, however, I’m not sure yet when it will open, but the food menu will be little bites and European-inspired salads.”
“Our motto is to provide “simply good” and delicious beer that everybody can have. We all have a lot of experience, and we will definitely be nerdy about it on the back end. Our goal overall is to be able to bring a fun, effervescent vibe. We are also really excited about the space with it being right next to the waterfront. I think that it’s going to bring a lot of energy to that area, and we want to have that energy also be an inclusive one,” Andrew added.
According to the New School Beer article that was previously mentioned, “King worked in the malt and hops industries, including international experience with hop farms in Slovenia, and will be a valuable resource from the supply side of the business. Kamolz and Schwartz are both Modern Times Beer veterans of San Diego.”
“Kamolz started at Modern Times as his first job in brewing, and over 8 years worked his way up to become the director of brewery operations where he managed both beer and coffee production teams across multiple facilities.”
“Schwartz got his start at Ithaca Beer Co. as the lab manager, and then also had an 8-year stint at Modern Times doing everything from brand management to overseeing the world-class wild and sour program and barrel-aged beers, and most recently as director of product innovation and development at Craft ‘Ohana, Modern Times new parent company.”
“Human People Beer will be tenants in a project called the West Canal Yards in Seattle, Washington. The project site includes the adaptive reuse of a 109,000 sq ft fish processing plant on nine acres of Lake Washington Ship Canal waterfront. The Human People brewery and tasting room will exist in 7,700 sq ft of this larger building.”