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This Month's Band Line-Up

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September

Friday 9/1

Aline Vida

Saturday 9/2

Caety Sagoian

Friday 9/8

Alex Britton

Saturday 9/9

Sunshine Junkies

Friday 9/15

Caety Sagoian

Saturday 9/16

Good Quiver

Friday 9/22

Carolyn Samuelson

Saturday 9/23

Alex Britton

Friday 9/29

Elena Maque

Saturday 9/30

Good Quiver



Local Vocals

The Sunshine Junkies
The Sunshine Junkies is a three piece band on the verge of developing a unique sound that we can call our own. At the moment we are in the midst of creating our second album with a new approach that will be a departure from our debut album "Mirage". The Sunshine Junkies was originally formed in 2010 by (Jason Crockett) -vocals, guitar, and (Richie Audin) - lead guitar. Since that time we have played hundreds of shows at many different venues, with many different musicians. Now, with the new addition of percussionist, drummer, and friend, (Abraham Neuwelt) we have never sounded more cohesive and genuine!! We are now closer to an authentic sound than ever before, and we're having a blast doing it.

Caety Sagoian
Caety has been acting and performing since she was twelve. A graduate of Seattle’s Cornish College of the Arts, you can see Caety performing regularly at the Seattle Children’s Theater. You may also have heard her voice-over work in various places, including the voice of Bowser Jr. in seven of Nintendo’s popular Mario Bros games. Caety also has a voice-over and on-camera spot with the PBS show Biz Kid$ and has appeared on KING 5 television’s “the 206″ this past year with Pat Cashman and John Keister.

Alex Britton
Hailing from England, Alex is a guitarist singer/songwriter and has been playing around the Seattle area for the last 4 years. After showing a keen interest in the guitar at the age of 8, he began his musical journey with classical training and gradually transitioned into more modern styles. Pursuing a performance based career in music, he played with his band The Voodoos at the MTV EMA awards 2011 in Belfast to a crowd of 16,000 and thereafter toured Spain, Germany, Ireland, and 3 national tours of the US. The Alex Britton band covers many genres of music, and artists new to old, with a particular interest in the classic rock and contemporary rock bracket.

Good Quiver
Good Quiver is a prominent music project and collaboration for songstress Katelyn Berreth. Founded on musical chemistry and everlasting friendship that developed over a long and winding history playing music together in the Seattle music scene, the band began writing music from the ground up as a quartet in August of 2016. The music of Good Quiver is rooted in the spirit of jazz. Harmonically complex and groove-centric, the songs boast brains and booty! A highly original band based out of Seattle that skirts the fine line between neo-soul and rock & roll.

Elena Maque
Upon graduating from Mussorgsky College of Music in St. Petersburg, Russia, Elena was already an established musician. For a few years she was a part of the city`s renowned jazz big band led by Gennady Golshtein, which toured Russia and other European countries. During that time she was also working on some of her own music projects. After moving to the US, Elena started searching for new ideas, learning a lot from the local musicians in Seattle. Currently Elena is leading Maquattack band and Elena Maque Quartet.

Aline Vida
Aline Vida encompasses a rich palate of rock and roll, blues, electronic, soul, and her timeless vocals fit alongside contemporaries such as Ingrid Michaelson, Sara Bareilles, and Jessie Ware.She’s been compared to Etta James and Amy Winehouse. The California-bred songstress graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and honed her craft overseas in Sweden for a number of years before finding her way to New York City, where she regularly performed at hot spots such as B.B. King's Blues Club in Times Square, as well as the famed Harlem jazz club, Lenox Lounge.

Cody Ray
Cody Ray Raymond is an honest and passionate songwriter, who excels at dynamic and intricate guitar playing and expressive soul/rnb style vocal range. Joined by NW staples Jesse Turcotte on bass (Ethan Tucker, Stephanie Johnson, Stay Grounded) and Jens Gunnoe on drums (Vicci Martinez Band), this ultra-focused, hard working group of seasoned performers is honing a truly unique and captivating sound. They are planning their first major release for Summer of 2017.

Special Events

A Tap Takeover! Thursday, September 7th!
Join us in Six Seven on September 7th all day as we proudly partner with one of the Northwest’s best breweries, Half Lion Brewing Company, to celebrate National Beer Lover’s Day. It’s a tap takeover complete with some of the best suds! Sample Peckenpaugh Pale, Albert’s Amber, Target Tree IPA and Elk Kamp Kolsch along with meeting the masters behind the craft at Half Lion.

About the Beers:
Peckenpaugh Pale
This is not your typical pale ale. The Peckenpaugh drinks more like a mild IPA, by using over 6 pounds of Citra® hops. Which compliments a subtle grain bill with just a touch of caramel malt and flaked rye. The final result, a smooth and very citrusy pale. Grab a pint and let your taste buds go for a fun ride!

Albert’s Amber
Changing things up a little bit, we decided to dry hop this guy. Not traditionally done, but we just love hops! Albert's Amber is a mouthful of sweet malty flavor, that grabs your taste buds at the very end with the floral notes of cascade hops. The rich red color comes from just a touch of chocolate, and resembles the jacket, grandpa (Albert) use to wear.

Target Tree IPA
Take the leap to this powerful NW IPA. Its bright copper color stands out amongst a dark forest of other NW IPAs. Initially, a citrusy aroma of magnum hops is followed by a vibrant punch of a warrior and centennial bite. With just enough sweetness in the base, the Target Tree is definitely something you'll set your sights on.

Elk Kamp Kolsch
This light bodied, clean and crisp Kölsch is perfect for a hot summer day. Or when that sun finally disappears and you head up to the mountains to do a little hunting, bring this guy a long with you. We kept things really simple on this one, by using a touch of Vienna malt, to give this easy drinker a subtle biscuity flavor. And coming in at only 12 IBUs we add just the right amount of German Tettnanger Hops.

About Half Lion:
Behind the Lion
A couple weeks after brewing our first batch of Homebrew, David and some friends finished a day of skiing at Crystal Mountain. They decided to swing through Enumclaw to give that first beer a try. In those early days we were brewing in a good friend’s garage and they owned a Great Dane named Tonka. After enjoying several beers, the conversation round its way into a variety of topics. Andy, David's younger brother, was fascinated by Tonka size. She was such a huge animal, there was no way she was just a regular dog. Questions were raised, ``Why were Great Danes bred to be so large?`` Answers were given, ``To hunt and kill lions, I think.`` And the night continued on its merry way. When it was time to go, everyone hopped into the car to head back home. However one of the visiting skiers was puzzled. He was shaking his head and chuckling to himself and everyone started to ask the same question. ``What?`` He continued in full seriousness, ``So wait… You guys are telling me…that dog is half lion?!`` Irruption's of laughter engulfed the car. In bouncing from conversation to conversation he had confused the hunting of lions and Andy's statements, into thinking a dog and a lion had been bred to create Great Danes.

When thinking of a name for our beer, this story came up again and again. Finally we knew there was no other name for us. We have always had an amazing time brewing together with friends and family, it was fitting that a friend (who maybe enjoyed one too many Half Lions) would be the guy to give us our name. At the end of the day it's all about friends and family here at Half Lion Brewing Co. So, enjoy a beer, make some new friends and become part of the family.

Featured Winery of the Month – Sparkman Cellars
Six Seven Restaurant and Lounge is proud to partner with the finest wineries. Every month Six Seven will showcase extraordinary wines from around the world. For September, we present Sparkman Cellars to enjoy by the glass or by the bottle.

2014 KINDRED CHARDONNAY - $13 glass/$52 Bottle
Rich and full-bodied, with ripe layers of fig, apricot and melon shaded by roasted hazelnut flavors. Intense, vibrant and lively with a supple, creamy texture. Long and persistent on the finish.

2014 WILDERNESS RED RHÔNE BLEND - $13 glass/$52 Bottle
This wine brings aromas of dried herb, earth and blue and black fruit that are followed by palate-coating blue-fruit flavors, speckled with barrel spices, showing vibrant acidity.

2015 HOLLER CABERNET SAUVIGNON - $16 glass/$64 Bottle
Phantasmagoria: red black blue fruit chocolates flowers spices textures, depth breadth. Velvet stone smoke cinnamon kelp play dough grip supple rich minerals. Stupid. Smart. Tasty.

About Sparkman Cellars
Kelly and Chris Sparkman launched Sparkman Cellars in Woodinville, Washington in 2004 to focus on their family. With many years in the hospitality world, they felt uniquely situated in the midst of the Northwest's extraordinary and booming wine industry. Winemakers, growers, restaurant folks and wine shop people all made up this community that they found compelling.

“It all synced up with our family's vision: working with the finest raw ingredients this planet has to offer, crafting from it something real and living, and sharing it with folks who are literally thirsty for it. Fusing Art, Science, Agriculture, Philosophy and all the Good Stuff from Life into a bottle of wine that we are proud of is both a challenge and a reward,” says Chris.

Sparkman Cellars 2013 Holler Cabernet Sauvignon was named #21 on the 2016 Wine Spectator Top 100. The winery has also been named one of Wine Spectator’s Rising Stars, Wine Enthusiast’s Cult Winery and Wine & Spirits’ Top 100 Wineries in the World. The 2013 Birdie Riesling was named the #7 Wine in the World by Wine Enthusiast.

“Our style produces artisan handcrafted award-winning wines. We also enjoy contributing to our community and to causes that resonate with our family, which is another way that the wine world helps make our lives rich,” adds Kelly.

“Why did we start our winery? Well, I wrote all the visionary stuff like ‘Our intention is to make wines that are considered among the finest available, and that will hopefully find their way onto your table’ and such, which is true. Then Kelly asked me, ‘Why don’t we just tell them what we stand for?’ So that’s where our tag line came from: Family. Good Livin’. Damn Fine Wine. Seems like that makes sense to people. Especially if your wine is delicious and your kids are good people.”

National Beer Lover’s Day – September 7, 2017

Join us in Six Seven on September 7th all day as we proudly partner with one of the Northwest’s best breweries, Half Lion Brewing Company, to celebrate National Beer Lover’s Day. It’s a tap takeover complete with some of the best suds! Sample Peckenpaugh Pale, Albert’s Amber, Target Tree IPA and Elk Kamp Kolsch along with meeting the masters behind the craft at Half Lion.

About the Beers:

Peckenpaugh Pale
This is not your typical pale ale. The Peckenpaugh drinks more like a mild IPA, by using over 6 pounds of Citra® hops. Which compliments a subtle grain bill with just a touch of caramel malt and flaked rye. The final result, a smooth and very citrusy pale. Grab a pint and let your taste buds go for a fun ride!

Albert’s Amber
Changing things up a little bit, we decided to dry hop this guy. Not traditionally done, but we just love hops! Albert's Amber is a mouthful of sweet malty flavor, that grabs your taste buds at the very end with the floral notes of cascade hops. The rich red color comes from just a touch of chocolate, and resembles the jacket, grandpa (Albert) use to wear.

Target Tree IPA
Take the leap to this powerful NW IPA. Its bright copper color stands out amongst a dark forest of other NW IPAs. Initially, a citrusy aroma of magnum hops is followed by a vibrant punch of a warrior and centennial bite. With just enough sweetness in the base, the Target Tree is definitely something you'll set your sights on.

Elk Kamp Kolsch
This light bodied, clean and crisp Kölsch is perfect for a hot summer day. Or when that sun finally disappears and you head up to the mountains to do a little hunting, bring this guy a long with you. We kept things really simple on this one, by using a touch of Vienna malt, to give this easy drinker a subtle biscuity flavor. And coming in at only 12 IBUs we add just the right amount of German Tettnanger Hops.

About Half Lion:
Behind the Lion
A couple weeks after brewing our first batch of Homebrew, David and some friends finished a day of skiing at Crystal Mountain. They decided to swing through Enumclaw to give that first beer a try. In those early days we were brewing in a good friend’s garage and they owned a Great Dane named Tonka. After enjoying several beers, the conversation round its way into a variety of topics. Andy, David's younger brother, was fascinated by Tonka size. She was such a huge animal, there was no way she was just a regular dog. Questions were raised, ``Why were Great Danes bred to be so large?`` Answers were given, ``To hunt and kill lions, I think.`` And the night continued on its merry way. When it was time to go, everyone hopped into the car to head back home. However one of the visiting skiers was puzzled. He was shaking his head and chuckling to himself and everyone started to ask the same question. ``What?`` He continued in full seriousness, ``So wait… You guys are telling me…that dog is half lion?!`` Irruption's of laughter engulfed the car. In bouncing from conversation to conversation he had confused the hunting of lions and Andy's statements, into thinking a dog and a lion had been bred to create Great Danes.

When thinking of a name for our beer, this story came up again and again. Finally we knew there was no other name for us. We have always had an amazing time brewing together with friends and family, it was fitting that a friend (who maybe enjoyed one too many Half Lions) would be the guy to give us our name. At the end of the day it's all about friends and family here at Half Lion Brewing Co. So, enjoy a beer, make some new friends and become part of the family.

Featured Cocktails

Pineapple Infusion / 12
pineapple-infused sobieski vodka


Tea Garden Cooler / 13
bombay “sapphire” gin, basil, cucumber, lime, mint syrup


Twisted Sister / 13
tanqueray gin, aperol, lillet blanc


Tommy’s Margarita / 15
patron silver tequila, lime, agave


Hell on Wheels / 15
del maguey “vida” mezcal, don julio reposado tequila, firewater tincture, agave, lime, salt


Broken Branch / 14
knob creek bourbon, cinzano “1757” sweet vermouth, luxardo maraschino, benedictine, orange bitters, angostura bitters


French & Spanish War / 14
hennessy “privilege” vsop cognac, del principe sherry, apricot liqueur