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Nug of the Week: Big Apple from Cookies


Our nug of the week is Big Apple, a Sherbert x Apple Fritter cross that tastes just like its name. As if Apple Fritter didn’t already taste enough like a baked apple pie, introducing the Sherbert genetics into the mix really hones in on that apple pie filling flavor. Dropping this strain during the holiday season was a Genius marketing move on Berner’s part because this flavor profile is holiday pie nostalgia in a bag. The flavor was loud just on bag crack, but really shined through after breaking into the nug. The high itself shared a very familiar euphoria that I get from smoking Apple Fritter. Where I found the biggest difference in highs would be that I was able function socially more while smoking Big Apple. Conversations were definitely extremely giggly, but I was able to actually have conversations instead of just being spaced out. We took a hard look at the high that we got from Big Apple and paired this amazing strain with a list of things to do around Seattle this weekend!


Limited amounts of Big Apple from Cookies can be found at The Reef Capitol Hill, as well as our newest location, The Reef Georgetown.


The Reef Georgetown

303 S. Michigan St

Seattle, WA 98108


The Reef Capitol Hill

1525 E. Olive Way

Seattle, WA 98122


Beverly Crusher at the Tractor Tavern - Ballard


If you’ve been following our journey with Rain City Relief, then you’ve already heard of Beverly Crusher, one of the recording bands on our RCR Limited Vinyl. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Beverly Crusher is a Seattle based pop punk band with high energy, frequent guitar solos, and sweet riffs. Check out their exclusive performance of “Don’t Scream” and head over to Tractor Tavern this Saturday, January 15 to see them perform live!



Georgetown Art Attack

Georgetown is home to loads of galleries, studios, makers, and artists! Once a month, the artists community opens up its doors to the public to show off what they’ve been working on. It’s a fun way to pass the evening, look at some art, talk to the artists, and hopefully, find a piece that fits that empty spot on the wall!


West Seattle Farmer’s Market

Nestled in the heart of the West Seattle Junction between Alaska and California Avenues, The West Seattle Farmers Market is a beloved Sunday ritual and weekend destination for families across South Seattle. Our fastest growing market, the West Seattle Farmer’s Market has featured up to 70 vendors during peak season! Its popularity with both the neighbors and Junction businesses is growing for a reason, and the community atmosphere can’t be beat. Neighbors and friends intentionally or unintentionally meet up, families in tow, and enjoy something everyone has in common: the love of quality, Washington grown food and ingredients. Hardcore West Seattle Farmers Market patrons can show up rain or shine, 10am-2pm every Sunday year-round!



League Open House Bowling Bowlero South Seattle - Tukwila

Looking for a free night of bowling? Show up to Bowlero South Seattle on Sunday January 16 from 3pm-5pm. Get some frames in, mingle with some league representatives, and who knows? Worst case scenario, you get a free game in, but best case scenario, you get a free game in and find a team of like minded individuals to become your bowling buddies!


Beer and Yoga at Hale’s Ales - Ballard

The morning begins with an hour long, all levels, Yoga practice. Immediately following our practice we will move to the bar for a pint of your favorite Hale's Ales brew. Leave your worries at the door, get your body in motion, taste some of Seattle's finest craft beer, and get to know your community. Hale's has been an innovator on the Craft beer scene since 1983. Founded from a passion for English brewing methods, Hales first introduced cask and nitrogen conditioned ales to the region. Brewers continue to innovate by crafting tasty brews that explore the boundaries of style categories. With 10 of their 20 beers on tap rotating, brewers continually get to play with botanicals, spices, new hop varieties and mixed fermentation to bring new flavors and experiences to the visitors at their Ballard and Bremerton taprooms.

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