One company they reached out to was Bellinghams Aslan Brewing Co., which created a new beer called Illmatic IPA that will be sold only at the store and the brewery at 1330 N. Forest St . Alsan co-owner Jack Lamb said they were impressed by Whole Foods commitment to finding locally made products, when it would have been easy to just bring in national beer brands. Several local beers will be found on tap at Far North, which is the pizza restaurant in the east portion of the store. Customers also can order crowlers, which is a take on the beer growler but uses a special machine to give customers their favorite tap beer canned in seconds. The cans are more convenient and safe for outdoor activities, said Leah Abell, marketing associate coordinator, during a tour of the store. Far North also has installed two ovens from Wood Stone in Bellingham to cook the pizza. Nearby is an area where people can order other lunch and dinner items to go, including burritos, tacos and deli sandwiches. At the front of the store is a coffee breville juicer elite and juice bar.