North Bend Bar and Grill holds 20th anniversary celebration on April 20

The celebration will start at 5:30 p.m. on April 20 and feature live music until 10 p.m.

The North Bend Bar and Grill invites locals to celebrate its 20 years in the Valley.

The bar and grill will be featuring two local bands, Chef Alex will BBQ a whole pig and goat and there will be their own Snoqualmie Brewery brewed NBBG Elijah Craig Bourbon Barrel aged Axe Men Red Ale. The event will take place from 5:30-10 p.m. Friday, April 20 at 145 E. North Bend Way.

The brewers at Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Co. had an opportunity to age their Axe Men red ale in an Elijah Craig whiskey barrel provided to them by North Bend Bar Grill.

The Axe Men was aged just over six months. According to a press release, the Axe Men is a rich, malty, toasty and slightly sweet beer with a super-silky body, which is dry on the pallet and finishes exceptionally smooth. The aging process incorporates a full range of complexity to the Axe Men. The aged beer brings out aromas and flavors consisting of vanilla, cherry, oak, smokiness, dark fruit, and raisins all with a whiskey-bourbon profile to round the beer out.

The T-Bagging Bandits and the Amber Lanterns will play live from 6 to 10 p.m.

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