Nick Bragg

Hops, sip, and a chug: ‘Oatmeal Stout,’ Samuel Smith Old Brewery

Name: Oatmeal Stout

Tasted: From the bottle, at home

Style: Stout

ABV: 5%


Hops, sip, and a chug: 'Brew Free! or Die IPA,' 21st Amendment Brewery

Name: Brew Free! or Die IPA

Tasted: On draught at Finn McCool’s on The Ave

Style: IPA

ABV: 7%

Hops, sip, and a chug: 'Snowdrift Vanilla Porter,' Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company

Name: Snowdrift Vanilla Porter

Tasted: On draught at Finn McCool’s on The Ave

Style: Porter

ABV: 6% 

Year in review: Athlete of the year

This has been a year full of memorable performances from athletes who will be remembered at the UW for years to come.

Year in review: Moment of the year

It’s been a dramatic year on Montlake. From the opening of new stadiums to multiple Washington teams making runs in the NCAAs, there have been quite a few notable achievements in the 2013-14 academic year. Those achievements will be remembered as snapshots, moments in a year filled with fantastic ones. Here are a few Daily sportswriters’ picks for the best moment of the year.

Huskies end season, but a new era is born

A renaissance season for the Washington baseball team came to a close on Monday night as host Mississippi pulled off a 3-2 win in extra innings to earn a spot in the NCAA Super Regionals.

Huskies stave off elimination

After dropping the first game on Sunday against No. 1 seed Mississippi in the Oxford Regional, the Washington baseball team bounced back to win an elimination game against Georgia Tech later that night.

Davis tosses complete-game shutout in NCAA opener

Starter Tyler Davis stunned Georgia Tech on Saturday, tossing a complete-game shutout to propel the Washington baseball team to an 8-0 win in the Oxford Regional opener in Mississippi.

Regional opener rained out

Friday’s game between the Washington baseball team and Georgia Tech, as well as all other games scheduled for Friday at the Oxford Regional, were rained out.

Huskies head to SEC country for first regional in 10 years

The Washington baseball team and a handful of media members waited restlessly around the TV in the Omaha Room at Husky Ballpark on Monday morning. Slowly, they watched the NCAA tournament bracket fill up before their eyes, waiting for the word that would send the room into a frenzy. Finally, it came. The word “Washington” popped up on the screen, and the Huskies erupted as they learned that they will be participating in the Oxford Regional in Mississippi.