Off Camber Brewing

I was told of a small family owned and operated brewery with limited hours in a residential neighborhood of Puyallup, WA. I asked around and nobody had been, so I thought I would take the opportunity to rectify that situation with a potential intern Matt. My hope was that by both experiencing a new emerging brewery together for the first time would allow him to understand my core values and preferences.

I arrived to find some off street parking due to a driveway full of patrons in what looked like a garage, a great start. They had a solid tap list with 7 taps of in house beer and 1 guest cider tap from Cockrell Cider down the street. The tap list was a blonde, hefeweizen, lager, ipa, amber ipa, amber, and stout was a great mix for a spring evening.

As I am one to do, I ordered a flight of everything amounting to two flights of 4 and we were impressed by the quality and taste of each. Matt is a fan of a good ipa and he was not disappointed by either ipa, while I favored the hef. I rarely find a hef on tap all season and find it to be a truly under appreciated style. Matt left intent on returning with some friends from school on a later date and I agree with his assessment.


Evan Turner

Entrepreneur in Residence


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