Provisions: The Love Of God Brewing

By Jessy Humann 

For The Love Of God Brewing has only been open about a year, but they’re certainly making a name for themselves as one of the best breweries to visit in Spokane. Steve and Dawn Moss are the owners, and Steve is the mastermind behind all the beers.   

Walking into the brewery is like experiencing a little bit of the Inland Northwest. It’s full of artwork from local artists, as well as games, puzzles, and foosball. It’s clear that Steve and Dawn run their brewery with two things in mind: making high quality beers and serving them with kindness. 

The flavor profile of their beers emphasizes hoppy, sour, and dark beer styles, and they’re frequently brewing new beers to change up what’s on tap. Steve uses fruit in many of the beers, as well as spices like cinnamon and vanilla bean. Their beers aren’t filtered because they believe that unfiltered beers create better flavor profiles. Right now they’re serving nine beers, which include the Cran-Raz Crumble Sour, Apricobb, and So Much S’more.    

Kids are just as welcome as adults at the brewery, and they even have root beer or San Pelegrino for the little ones. As far as food goes, they’ve selected items that will pair well with their beers, like stuffed mushrooms, soft pretzels, or chocolate-covered cookies. A So Much S’more beer paired with a chocolate covered cookie sounds like the perfect combination for a hot summer night.   

There’s no seating at the bar at the moment (during spring/summer 2020 Washington State business closures due to COVID-19, but customers can still sit and enjoy a beer at a table. They’re also selling some cans to go and will happily fill growlers if a customer brings in their own.

A brewery storefront with exposed ceiling beams.
Inside For the Love of God Brewing // Photo by Jessy Humann

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