Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT – Brats N’ Brews

Thursday Night Get Together at Brats N’ Brews
Report and photos by Clay Graham

On Thursday December 30th, 2010 I drove to the West Valley part of Yakima Washington to meet the others for the Eastern Washington Off Road Thursday Night Get Together at Brats N’ Brews. Here are a few pictures of our time there.

This GT it was only Craigen, BlindPilot, Havo, Havo Jr, Test Dummy, Sparky, Colemancooler and myself.

Brats ‘N’ Brews has many different beers to choose from. I always try to order beer I have never had before to get them I try.
On this day I went with Ranger IPA. It was a very flavorful beer. I say it is a good IPA.

The food is very good at Brats N’ Brews. I ordered a bratwurst with chips and enjoyed the meal.

Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 1

Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 2

Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 3

Colemancooler says buy your off road parts from www.4WheelingPlus.com.
Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 4

Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 5

Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 6

Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 7

Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 8

It was very cold out. Test Dummy happen to have some tape so BlindPilot made a plastic window since he broke the glass earlier.
Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 9

Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 10

We all had a great time at Brats N’ Brews.
Brats N’ Brews has a good atmosphere, great food and a lot of different beers to try!
We will be back soon!



All Wheelers Off Road Club
Eastern Washington Off Road
Go Play Eastern Washington Adventures
Photos: EWOR Thursday Night GT - Brats N' Brews 11

Share SHARE

About Ceg

Photojournalist at Selah Sausage / Eastern Washington Tourism - Our mission is to help communities on the east side of the Cascades in Washington State by promoting responsible outdoor recreation, promoting tourism, and community involvement.
This entry was posted in Restaurants, Tourism, Washington State Tourism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.