Steelhead Diner is Making Mischief During Seattle Cocktail Week!

Steelhead Diner presents a Spring Time Soirée featuring Fremont Mischief spirits. We invite you to join our own Derick Lewis, Steelhead Diner Chef, Anthony Polizzi, and General Manager, Brian Proksch, for an exclusive event. Enjoy a delicious four course menu paired alongside our latest cocktails and current releases.

Wednesday, March 4th
Event starts at 6.30pm.
$85.00 per person plus tax and gratuity

Menu

Hors d’oeuvres

Pleasant Bay Oysters On The Half Shell
With A Juniper Granita

Creole Hush Puppies
With Steen’s Cane Syrup Drizzle

King Crab Louis Canape

House Made Burrata Crostini
With Olive Relish

Shrimp & Dungeness Crab Cocktail

~English Rose~
Fremont Mischief Gin Rose Cordial, Prosecco


Appetizer

House Cured Wild Salmon Gravlax
With Shaved Artichoke and White Asparagus Salad

~Morning Glory~
Fremont Mischief Urban Foraged Brandy
Skagit Gold Rye Whiskey, Orange Curacao


Entree

Grilled Ellensburg Lamb Chops
With a Black Peanut Salsa and Crispy Yucca

~Mischief Manhattan~
Fremont Mischief Rye Whiskey
Carpano Antica, Angostura Bitters


Dessert

Warm Molasses Bread Pudding
With Whiskey Sauce and Rum Raisin Ice Cream

~Plum Rumble~
Fremont Mischief Straight Rye Whiskey,
Brandy, Sweet Vermouth, Honey Market Plum Syrup

Coffee and Tea


If making a reservation through the Steelhead website or OpenTable please indicate you will be attending the Fremont Dinner.

FREE parking will be provided for all restaurant guests who have parked in the Pike Place Market Garage at 1531 Western Avenue after 5pm. For added convenience, an elevator runs directly from the garage into the Market!

The Morning Glory

A light variation on a classic cocktail. Perfect for a pre-dinner aperitif..

1 oz Skagit Gold Rye Whiskey
1 oz Fremont Mischeif Urban Foraged Brandy
1 teaspoon orange curacao
1 teaspoon simple syrup
1 dash absinthe
2 dashes Angostura Bitters
1 to 2 ounces Club Soda

Garnish Lemon Twist

In mixing glass filled with ice, pour the whiskey, brandy curacao, simple and bitters. \

Stir well at least 30 seconds

Strain into a chilled Old-Fashioned glass filled with fresh ice

Top with club soda to taste

Twist a lemon peel over glass and drop in drink..

Join us for Cocktail Week at Mischief On Canal starting March 1!

Join us at Mischief on Canal for craft cocktails and small bites starting March 1st. We are celebrating our opening just in time for Seattle Cocktail Week and will have a full menu of top-notch artisan cocktails to share. Seattle bartender whiskey maven, Duncan Chase has joined our team and we are delighted to share with you his fine tuned cocktail craftsmanship and extensive knowledge of whiskey.  Our craft cocktail menu will feature unique NW inspired creations, a full line of classics and classics with a twist. Rye whiskey will be a focus, but we also have some unique additions to the menu featuring our award winning barrel finished gin and brandy.

When the weather turns warm we will be opening our rooftop cocktail garden with stunning views of the canal. A great place to watch the parade of boats and bikes rolling by at sunset.

Hours: 3-8pm Wed-Sun.

Spicy Whiskey GInger

Warm up this winter with a delicious and easy 3 ingredient cocktail. We love the fun syrups from our neighbors down south at Portland Syrups. They always use real ingredients, source things locally and make everything by hand, just like us!

Recipe:
2 oz Skagit Gold Straight Rye Whiskey
1 oz Spicy Ginger Syrup from Portland Syrups
2 oz fresh squeezed orange (about the amount of juice in 1 medium sized orange)
Garnish with orange slice

Directions
Add ice and ingredients to shaker. Shake. Strain into glass full of fresh ice.  Garnish with an orange slice. 

Limited Release: Mischief Mariner Rum!

Imagine yourself on a nice warm beach, with a cool ocean breeze and warm sand between your toes. That is the flavor you will be inspired by with every sip of this limited release of Mischief Mariner Rum. Just in time for the holidays, come in and get a bottle for all your friends that would rather be on an ocean beach and away from the wet cold of the Northwest winters.

Available only on the Fremont Mischief Tasting Room and Bottle Shop. We will be open extended holiday hours everyday from 11-6, between now and Christmas Eve, when we will close at 5pm.

Purple Tibetan Ancient Grain Straight Rye Whiskey

TASTING NOTES:

Assertive honey nose, fruit, lingering vanilla

 

GRAIN BILL:

80% Rye and 20% Malted Barley

 

VARIETAL(S):

Dark Northern Rye, Purple Tibetan Karma Barley (PTKB)

 

GEOGRAPHY:

Willamette Valley, Oregon and Skagit Valley, Washington

 

DISTILLERS NOTES:

It has been our pleasure to work with this special rare grain; first described in 1924 by J. F. Rock of the National Geographic Society, collected at the 9000 foot level in the Tibetan Steppes.
Purple Tibetan Karma Barely (PTKB) is grown in small plots in the Willamette Valley, OR and now, also in the Skagit Valley, WA. It is an heirloom grain, not genetically modified (non-GMO) nor hybridized. At its source in the Himalayans, this nourishing grain is the cornerstone of national dishes; widely used in soups, noodles and other Tibetan meals.
We acquired PTKB from Hunton Farms in the Willamette Valley in 2012 and sent it on to Wayne Carpenter. Carpenter, founder and visionary behind Skagit Valley Malting, was developing radically new techniques for malting, an industry changed little since 1880. Our PTKB was an early “test” during his design & development phase. Soon, our Barley was delivered back to Mischief Distillery, in both toasted and malted forms. From these, Purple Tibetan Ancient Grain Straight Rye Whiskey was born.

We made the Whiskey according to our high-rye formula (80% rye & 20% PTKB) in 400 pound mashes; then fermented with whiskey yeast developed specially for us by White Labs (organic). After fermentation, we transfer the entire mash (grain & liquids) to the still.
Unique to this Whiskey, we added 5 pounds of toasted Purple Tibetan directly to the still prior to distilling. We wish we had some distillate for you to taste – the toasted barely contributes distinctive and positive differences to the “white dog” when added at that point.

Barrel Aging:

Purple Tibetan Ancient Grain Straight Rye Whiskey aged in new American White Oak barrel, #3 char and aged traditionally.
We decanted the barrels, filtered (not chilled-filtered), then bottled at 101 proof, for a limited release.

Awards:

Silver Medal  – 2018 Blind Tasting World Spirits Competition, San Fransisco

Bronze – 2019 Blind Tasting World Spirits Competition, San Fransisco

Sparkling Brandy & Spice

This is a delightful and sophisticated little cocktail featuring Portland Syrups Autumn Spice and Fremont Mischief’s Urban Foraged Small Batch Copper Pot Distilled Brandy. It is a perfect cocktail to serve up for your next holiday gathering. 

RECIPE:

2 oz. Mischief Urban Foraged Brandy
1 oz. Autumn Spice Syrup from Portland Syrup
1/2 0z. fresh Lemon Juice (about 1/2 a lemon)
Top with Prosecco or Champagne
Garnish with a slice of lemon wrapped around a Luxardo cherry

Add ice, Brandy, Autumn Spice and fresh lemon juice to shaker. Shake till chilled. Strain into a coupe glass, top with bubbly and garnish, enjoy!

Storm Tossed 4 pack: Exclusively available at Mischief

Showing up to any gathering with a 4-pack of uniquely aged whiskies that all have a different flavor profile will be a sure fire way to be the life of the party. Set up a tasting and see if anyone can match the whiskey to the flavor profiles. Tune into a re-run of the Deadliest Catch and you can all be thankful that you are not getting tossed about in the rough frigid waters of the Bering Sea. It is sure to stir up stories of the BIG ONE that got away. Pick up your 4-pack today, only available in the Tasting Room while supplies last.

You can vote online to share which of the 4 captains aged the best whiskey!

Gobble Up Seattle 2019

Saturday November 23rd and Magnuson Park Hanger 30. Join our friends Portland Syrups at the 3rd Annual Gobble Up Seattle! At Gobble Up, shoppers will find innovative, local treats ranging from macarons to forest-infused spirits to cooking sauces to shrubs to bone broth, uniquely flavored nut butters to spirited ice cream, as well as handmade kitchenware like cutting boards, oven mitts, and reusable wax food wrap. This show is happening just prior to Thanksgiving, taking advantage of the kick-off to the holiday shopping season and making this a great event to buy holiday ingredients and treats, for both home cooks and chefs alike—especially those looking to highlight locally made products.

Mischief is proud to be one of the only places in Seattle to purchase Portland Syrup’s unique line of cocktail and beverage mixers. And the best part is, it is free to attend! Just head over to Eventbrite to register to the event.

Register here.

Fremont Music Festival & Festivus

The Fremont Music Festival, at Fremont Mischief Distillery, will take place on Saturday, December 7th from 2pm – 10:30pm

This FREE, all-ages, live music event is a great opportunity to drop in at our neighborhood distillery during your day of Holiday Shopping around Fremont, or just because you need to sample some excellent Mischief spirits!

Schedule:
2:00 – 3:00 PM – School of Rock – Greenwood
3:00 – 4:00 PM – School of Rock – Lynnwood
4:00 – 6:00 PM – Shot in the Dark
6:00 – 7:00 PM – Seattle Video Game Orchestra
9:30- 10:30 PM – The Evanstones

The bands performing range from the most excellent School of Rock House Bands from Greenwood and Lynnwood, opening at 2pm and playing amazing rock classics, to Fremont’s own surf band, The Evanstones, closing the show. We will have Villain Plays The Victim, another local band, playing hard rock with a mature sound. For outrageous fun, and a tremendous emotional sound, the Seattle Video Game Orchestra will play all those tunes you know but have forgotten from your misspent youth.

Festivus Festivities

The Fremont Music Festival is one of several Fremont Festivus activities going on over the weekend of Dec 6th – 8th, and like all Festivus events, it is entirely FREE! 

Fremont has 100s of shops, restaurants, nightclubs and entertainments going on and Festivus is the weekend we show our seasonal best!!

On Friday, Dec 6th –
5p – Lenin Lighting as we play ‘traditional’ Festivus games with live music by SeaTown Seattle, Fremont’s own Santa, and the lighting of the statue to celebrate the start of the shopping season!!

6p – Fremont First Friday Art Walk & Holiday Bazaar as many venues stay open late to show art and artisanal items available for your cultural enlightenment and your gift buying needs

On Saturday, Dec 7th –
All Day – The Roamin’ Holiday Bazaar is a bingo-like contest where participants can gather stamps, stickers or signatures on an entry sheet (downloadable) and if they get the minimum number they can be entered to win $200 in gift cards!

On Sunday, Dec 8th –
All Day – The Roamin’ Holiday Bazaar competition continues
10a – 4p – The Fremont Holiday Market offers an additional selection of boutique, flea and artisanal items for sale to expand your seasonal gift buying options

Urban Craft Uprising

Join us the first weekend of December for the largest indie craft event in Seattle, Urban Craft Uprising. As a showcase of the work of independent crafters, artists and designers, Urban Craft Uprising provides a unique, high quality, hand-crafted experience, and what’s more, admission is FREE!

We will be there serving up samples of cocktail pairings with Portland Syrups and our hand-crafted spirits. So come join us, Dec 7th 10am to 6pm, and Dec 8th 10am to 5pm, at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, 301 Mercer St., Seattle, WA 98109

For more information, visit their website here.

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