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A month of Pike Brewing Company's 30th Anniversary at Pike Brewing Company
to Oct 31

A month of Pike Brewing Company's 30th Anniversary at Pike Brewing Company

photo credit featuring Larry Rock, Bill Jenkins, Drew Cluley, Jason Parker, Kevin Forhan, Charles Finkel, Drew Gillespie, Dick Cantwell, and Adam Orrick courtesy Stasia Brewczynski (Pike Brewing Company)

photo credit featuring Larry Rock, Bill Jenkins, Drew Cluley, Jason Parker, Kevin Forhan, Charles Finkel, Drew Gillespie, Dick Cantwell, and Adam Orrick courtesy Stasia Brewczynski (Pike Brewing Company)

Anniversaries are like birthdays. They are significant because it celebrates another year associated with an accomplishment be it negative or positive. They have often been associated with weddings, another year of business, or the occasional Super Bowl win (*yeah, we're looking at your Seahawks). Today, we are here to talk about another year for founders (and co-owners) Charles and Rose Ann Finkel); co-owners Drew Gillespie, Patti Baker, and Chef Gary Marx. It's also, for many who have relied on Pike Brewing Company, a time to celebrate a brewery and restaurant which has weathered multiple recessions, earthquakes, and personal setbacks. Welcome to Pike Brewing Company's 30th Anniversary.

Starting this September, in collaboration with brewers both past and current, Pike Brewing Company developed and is releasing Reunion IPA. Featuring Pilsner malt from Skagit Valley Malting, Reunion was brewed with classic and next-generation hops; including El Dorado, Centennial, and Warrior. Taking a page out of co-owner Charles Finkel’s hallowed history, the brewery selected "Charlie’s Fist Bump", a yeast-strain from White Labs which honors the father of DIY brewing and friend to many Pike Alumni - Charlie Papazian. The end result, according to the brewers in attendance, is a beer that will have a floral profile with notes of pineapple, grapefruit citrus, and stone fruit.

The brewery also invites all to stop into the Pike Pub, Tankard & Tun, and the Museum Room; in celebration of the brewery's 30th Anniversary - October 17th. Leading up and following, October 17th, the brewery will feature a "30 Beer for 30 Years" punch card with an offer to receive a "varsity-inspired Pike sweatshirt" (worth over $80, and fulfillment good through December 31st, 2019). Featured that day, the brewery turns back the clock to 1989 by serving up pints of their classics (including Pike Place Pale, Pike XXXXX Stout, IPA, and Reunion IPA) for $2.50; all while complimented by live music throughout the day.

Those wishing to learn more about Pike Brewing Company's history, are encouraged to follow them on Twitter as they tag specific tweets with #Pike30 or #MakeBeerHistory. For more information, visit to learn more about Reunion IPA and for updates, hours, and more. Pike Brewing Company, The Pike Pub, Tankard & Tun, and the Museum are all located at or near 1415 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101.

About Pike Brewing Company

Pike Brewing Company is an independent craft brewery founded in 1989 by craft beer pioneers Charles and Rose Ann Finkel. Located in Seattle's iconic Pike Place Public Market neighborhood, Pike Brewing Company is home to two restaurants, The Pike Pub and Tankard & Tun.

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OC Fresh Hop Showcase at Coin Toss Brewing
to Oct 31

OC Fresh Hop Showcase at Coin Toss Brewing

  • 14214 Fir Street Oregon City, OR, 97045 United States (map)
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image courtesy Coin Toss Brewing

image courtesy Coin Toss Brewing

Press Release

OREGON CITY, Ore. –– Sept. 25, 2019 –– Fresh hop season will be in full swing when Coin Toss Brewing Co. hosts the “OC Fresh Hop Showcase” starting Tuesday, Oct. 1 and running through Sunday, Oct. 6. Six different beers brewed by Oregon City’s five breweries will be on tap at the Coin Toss Brewing taproom at 14214 Fir St. Suite H. The beers will be available for beer lovers to enjoy by the flight or pint; limited amounts will also be available to go in 32 oz. crowlers.

“As brewers, this is absolutely our favorite time of the beer year,” said Tim Hohl, Founder of Coin Toss Brewing. “There is so much delicious local beer happening in Oregon City, we thought this would be a perfect opportunity to show off what our hometown breweries can create with this once-a-year style.”

Oregon City Breweries and Featured Beers
Bent Shovel Brewing: Fresh Cent IPA
100% Pilner base lets the lemony citrus fresh Centennial hops shine. 7% ABV | 60ish IBU

Coin Toss Brewing: Fresh Hop Mosaic Pale
Loaded with 100 lbs. of Mosaic hops from B&D Farms in St. Paul, Oregon. Harvested just hours before ending up in the brew kettle. Floral, fruity & sessionable. 5.5% ABV | 66ish IBU

Feckin Irish Brewing: For Fresh Sake
Copious amounts of fresh Citra from Silverton were used in this brew which steeped for hours in the mash tun to pull out as much flavor before fermentation. 6.2% ABV | 70ish IBU

Oregon City Brewing: Mello Amarillo
OCB’s first fresh hop beer of 2019 is this eminently crushable, super citrusy session IPA. Filled to the brim with Amarillo hops from Crosby Hop Farm in Woodburn, Ore. 4.8% ABV | 40 IBU

Shattered Oak Brewing: Crystal Freshie
Mellow spicy notes from the Crystal hops provide a delicious yet subtle hop bite. 5.4% ABV | 50ish IBU

Shattered Oak Brewing: Oral Fixation
Nothing but 80 lbs. of Citras in this beast. Crisp and easy to drink. You’ll want this in your mouth! 6.0% ABV | 60ish IBU

Coin Toss taproom hours are Tuesday through Friday, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

About Coin Toss Brewing

Coin Toss Brewing offers a variety of signature brews available by the pint, crowler, growler, or keg. The company is committed to crafting the finest beers in honor of Beervana's illustrious history. The Coin Toss moniker is a nod to the fateful event that determined the city of Portland's name. Although pioneer Asa Lovejoy (from Boston, Mass.) may have lost the historic coin toss to Francis Pettygrove (of Portland, Maine), the brewery would like to reach back through the years and tell him: Heads or Tails? It's Beer, YOU win! For more information, visit

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Von Ebert New Beer Showcase at Belmont Station
5:00 PM17:00

Von Ebert New Beer Showcase at Belmont Station

image sourced from Von Ebert Brewing

image sourced from Von Ebert Brewing

We promised the event would be rescheduled!! Join us for a tasting of some recently released Von Ebert beers! This time around they'll be showcasing the following:

  • Haze Hop Hazy Pale

  • Agostini Italian Pils

  • Obeisance

  • Known Presence

All of these will be available for to go in the bottle shop! We are really looking forward to having VEB in the house-come hang with us!

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Pike 30th Anniversary Brewery Dinner at Latona Pub
6:30 PM18:30

Pike 30th Anniversary Brewery Dinner at Latona Pub

image courtesy Pike Brewing Company

image courtesy Pike Brewing Company

… we'll be celebrating Pike Brewing's 30th Anniversary with a special brewer's dinner in the loft. Tickets are $75 and seating is limited, but those who are able to get a seat will be treated to a four-course meal (paired with four beers) with as many ingredients sourced from the Pike Place Market as possible. If you're interested, ask a server about reserving a seat, or email

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An Evening With The Rare Barrel and Great Notion at Belmont Station
5:00 PM17:00

An Evening With The Rare Barrel and Great Notion at Belmont Station

image sourced from Rare Barrel

image sourced from Rare Barrel

image sourced from Great Notion

image sourced from Great Notion

Our friends over at The Rare Barrel are coming in to town and they want to spend an evening with us! The brewers and owners will be in the house showcasing some of their sought after beers. Since they're in town for a collaboration with Great Notion, we decided to ask them to join us too! We will have multiple draft offerings from both The Rare Barrel and Great Notion along with plenty of packaged available for to go! The Rare Barrel bottles will be:

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October Brewer's Dinner at Beardslee Public House
6:00 PM18:00

October Brewer's Dinner at Beardslee Public House

image sourced from Beardslee Public House

image sourced from Beardslee Public House

Join us for a fall harvest brewer’s dinner and party, Beardslee style!

Pay homage to the autumnal season with a comforting six-course fall dinner menu created by Beardslee Public House executive Chef Jed Laprade. Expect each mouth-watering course to be perfectly paired with beers crafted by head brewer Drew Cluley and bourbon from Chef John Howie's award-winning distillery, Wildwood Spirits Co. Don't delay as tickets are limited and must be reserved in advance. As with all Beardslee Public House events, Mug Club members receive a 10 percent discount.

*seating begins at 5:45 pm **$90 per person, tax and gratuity included

Reservations:    Call (425) 286-1408 or email


  • Stout Grain Pretzel Bites with Beer Cheese Paired with Sidewinder Stout

  • Beardslee Bratwurst with Sauerkraut Stuffed Potato Croquette, Stout Mustard Paired with Rooster Rye Pale Ale 

  • Greens with Apple, Fennel, Pomegranate, Pumpkin Seeds, Citrus Vinaigrette Paired with Four Ginger IPA

  • Clams in Witbier Broth, Bacon, Chili, Garlic Paired with Widowmaker Wit

  • Stoofvlees - Belgian Beef Stew over Fresh Cut Fries Paired with Grapple Belgian Tripel

  • Apple Cobbler Paired with Wildwood Spirits Co. The Dark Door Bourbon

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All Hallows Party at Strange Fellows Brewing
7:00 PM19:00

All Hallows Party at Strange Fellows Brewing


Many of our Halloween traditions originated with the ancient Celtic end-of-summer festival Samhain. Fearing the long dark winter ahead, people believed that spirits of the dead would come to visit, causing trouble, damaging crops and perhaps even taking their loved ones back to the other side. They lit bonfires and wore masks to scare evil spirits away, while others welcomed the friendly ghosts of deceased relatives and friends to a feast and setting a place for them at the table. As Christianity spread, old Celtic rites were supplanted by new church-sanctioned festivities like All Souls Day, which incorporated elements of Samhain but with a definite churchy twist. The night before became known as All Hallows Eve.

The ancient Celts believed the autumnal presence of spirits of the dead made it easier to divine prophecies about the future, & so gathered around fires to make offerings to the who gods they believed controlled their world for protection during the long dark winter. 

We welcome spirits both living & dead with special offerings & happenings:

Friday October 25th

Trick wandering spirits & get yourself a treat!
Come in costume for a beer, Halloween games & a costume contest. 

Sunday October 27th

Jack-o-lanterns discourage evil spirits from entering your home. Come have a beer & carve a pumpkin to put by your door.
1pm till Pumpkins gone

Thursday October 31st
Scary movie night! Beer, free popcorn & scary movies

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Killer Pumpkin Festival 2019 at Rogue Ales & Spirits (Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewery)
11:00 AM11:00

Killer Pumpkin Festival 2019 at Rogue Ales & Spirits (Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewery)

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image sourced from Rogue Ales & Spritis

image sourced from Rogue Ales & Spritis

We’re going to have an absolutely killer time at this year's Killer Pumpkin Festival. Our annual gourd celebration is a fundraiser for CAMP UKANDU.

There’ll be so many pumpkin beers to try and this year we’re also showcasing other fall harvest beers – stay tuned for the full beer list.

Our team will soon hand-pick some fresh pumpkins at Rogue Farms, so get ready for some serious smashing fun. Try your hand at smashing using our handcrafted pumpkin smasher, dubbed “Thor”. All proceeds from pumpkin smashing, pumpkin bowling, pumpkin decorating & carving goes to CAMP UKANDU.

Pair your pumpkin brews with a delicious sampling of snacks from our special pumpkin menu.

Dress in costume for your chance to win some serious prizes! Dog, Kid and Adult costume contests. Giant pumpkin beer tapping at 5pm. Check out our Local vendors alley. And so much more! This event is family-friendly and dog-friendly.

Suggested donation of $5 at the door to benefit CAMP UKANDU.

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Halloween Party at Hellbent Brewing Company
12:00 PM12:00

Halloween Party at Hellbent Brewing Company

image sourced from Hellbent Brewing Company

image sourced from Hellbent Brewing Company

It’s our favorite time of year: Halloween Fundraisin’ time! We’re throwing another monster party to benefit Solarize Puerto Rico, a local non-profit that promotes environmental resiliency in infrastructure. As usual the taproom will be transformed with immersive spooky décor that will freak you out! This year’s costume competition, run by a three-judge panel, will award a $100 Hellbent tab for first prize, $50 for second, $25 for third. (Please note: contest registration and judging will take place from 7-8:30pm, see below.

In addition to a silent auction featuring amazing eclectic items, we’ll be serving delectable Puerto Rican inspired plates for a suggested donation. Side dishes generously donated by Mojito Seattle. AND, for the FIRST TIME EVER, from 7:30-9:30, we are opening the brewery for a live action haunted house style walk-
through. $1 per Hellbent pint will be donated to Solarize Puerto Rico!

IMPORTANT: If a participant arrives and waits in line during the registration period and is not seen by judges before 8:30pm, they are ineligible for the contest.
· Participants must register in person at Hellbent.
· Registration begins at 7:00pm and ends promptly at 8:30pm on the day of the event.
· Registration and judges will be upstairs, but accommodations will be made for participants who aren’t able to use the stairs. Text or email questions or concerns to
· Participants must keep their registration slip during the competition period.
· Group-costume participants will count as one participant (eg., all the Ninja Turtles). Winning group participants must choose one person to receive the prize. Bartenders won’t split prize tabs for groups.
· All participants must be indoors at Hellbent at 9:05 to be eligible to receive prizes.


· Identifiable concept or character: participants have a title for entry that clearly reflects their concept/character presentation

· Creativity and/or fidelity: concept or character is unique or uniquely performed/crafted through materials, make-up, props

· Craftiness: store-bought materials are non-existent, limited, or used with care and intention

· Bonus point considerations:
o Concept/character utilizes “beer-centric” themes/materials; and/or
o Dog involvement/dog costume corresponding to participant’s character/concept


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Demon Dinner at Postdoc Brewing Company
6:00 PM18:00

Demon Dinner at Postdoc Brewing Company

image sourced from Postdoc Brewing Company

image sourced from Postdoc Brewing Company

2nd Annual Demon Dinner


Join us Saturday, October 26th as we indulge in a beer and dinner pairing from the stars. To commemorate this year's release of Demon Star Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout, we are partnering with Silver Spork Food Truck for a 4-course dinner with early access to this year's release of Demon Star.

The evening will be an intimate setting at Postdoc Brewing, surrounded by barrels. You will get the opportunity to meet the brewers and hear about our Barrel Program, as well as tasting directly from the barrels.

Be the first to try this years vintage and gain access to purchase some limited release bottles.

Pairing Menu:
1st Course
Fall Salad (mixed greens with green apple, pecans & goat cheese with an orange-beer vinaigrette

2nd Course
Rustic Cream of Mushroom Soup

3rd Course
Surf & Turf (Manchego Grits topped with “Spork” Spice Route Prawns & Grilled Flank Steak with Chimichurri)

4th Course
Creme Brûlée

$100 PER PERSON all taxes and gratuities included as well as a take home bottle of 2019 Barrel-Aged Demon Star.

Event details:
5:30pm - 6:30pm Pre-dinner drinks (optional)
6:00pm - 6:30pm Barrel Program Discussion / Brewers Q&A
6:30pm - Food Service begins

Additional draft beers may be purchased at the event.

Menu subject to change (but only for the better). We may not be able to accommodate last minute substitutions. If you have any allergies or food related concerns, please let us know ahead of time.

We will be serving plenty of beer at this event. Please enjoy responsibly.


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Jack-O-Lantern Carving at Strange Fellows Brewing
1:00 PM13:00

Jack-O-Lantern Carving at Strange Fellows Brewing


Many of our Halloween traditions originated with the ancient Celtic end-of-summer festival Samhain. Fearing the long dark winter ahead, people believed that spirits of the dead would come to visit, causing trouble, damaging crops and perhaps even taking their loved ones back to the other side. They lit bonfires and wore masks to scare evil spirits away, while others welcomed the friendly ghosts of deceased relatives and friends to a feast and setting a place for them at the table. As Christianity spread, old Celtic rites were supplanted by new church-sanctioned festivities like All Souls Day, which incorporated elements of Samhain but with a definite churchy twist. The night before became known as All Hallows Eve.

The ancient Celts believed the autumnal presence of spirits of the dead made it easier to divine prophecies about the future, & so gathered around fires to make offerings to the who gods they believed controlled their world for protection during the long dark winter. 

We welcome spirits both living & dead with special offerings & happenings:

Friday October 25th

Trick wandering spirits & get yourself a treat!
Come in costume for a beer, Halloween games & a costume contest. 

Sunday October 27th

Jack-o-lanterns discourage evil spirits from entering your home. Come have a beer & carve a pumpkin to put by your door.
1pm till Pumpkins gone

Thursday October 31st
Scary movie night! Beer, free popcorn & scary movies

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Spookie Movie Night at Strange Fellows Brewing
7:00 PM19:00

Spookie Movie Night at Strange Fellows Brewing


Many of our Halloween traditions originated with the ancient Celtic end-of-summer festival Samhain. Fearing the long dark winter ahead, people believed that spirits of the dead would come to visit, causing trouble, damaging crops and perhaps even taking their loved ones back to the other side. They lit bonfires and wore masks to scare evil spirits away, while others welcomed the friendly ghosts of deceased relatives and friends to a feast and setting a place for them at the table. As Christianity spread, old Celtic rites were supplanted by new church-sanctioned festivities like All Souls Day, which incorporated elements of Samhain but with a definite churchy twist. The night before became known as All Hallows Eve.

The ancient Celts believed the autumnal presence of spirits of the dead made it easier to divine prophecies about the future, & so gathered around fires to make offerings to the who gods they believed controlled their world for protection during the long dark winter. 

We welcome spirits both living & dead with special offerings & happenings:

Friday October 25th

Trick wandering spirits & get yourself a treat!
Come in costume for a beer, Halloween games & a costume contest. 

Sunday October 27th

Jack-o-lanterns discourage evil spirits from entering your home. Come have a beer & carve a pumpkin to put by your door.
1pm till Pumpkins gone

Thursday October 31st
Scary movie night! Beer, free popcorn & scary movies

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Hops on the Rock: Third Annual Orcas Island Beer Festival at Eastsound
11:00 AM11:00

Hops on the Rock: Third Annual Orcas Island Beer Festival at Eastsound

image courtesy Hops on the Rock Beer Festival

image courtesy Hops on the Rock Beer Festival

21+ only

We're throwing our third annual Beer Festival! Hops on the Rock is shutting down the streets of Eastsound to host a day of drinking, dancing and dining.

20+ breweries from around the North Puget Sound region will be in attendance for a destination beer festival like no other. For the non-beer drinkers we will have wine, cider and coffee. Tasty food will be available for purchase from local vendors and awesome music from local bands.

Food tokens will be available the day of the event for $8 each. Local vendors will offer a variety of fantastic food - so be sure to bring your appetite!

T-shirts and more!

We have two t-shirt designs this year. Our classic Hops on the Rock shirt and a limited edition design. Each year we will have a new limited edition design t-shirt that will feature a well-loved Orcas Island Location. This years location is Indian Island! You can pre-order your shirts when you buy your tickets or get them the day of the festival.

PRE-ORDER ONLY. You may remember a couple of us roaming around last year in custom Hops on the Rock embroidered sweatshirts, now is your chance to get your very own. These sweatshirts are embroidered right here on Orcas Island by Donna at Sew N Sew. Since these take time to create they will be availble for pre-order. Make sure to get yours with your ticket. (if you have any questions before purchasing please reach out to

We will also have more items for sale the day of the event including; pint glasses, pins, hats and a set of stickers featuring Orcas Island locations.

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South Sound Winter Beer Festival at Mattress Firm Show Plex at the Washington State Fair Events Center
12:00 PM12:00

South Sound Winter Beer Festival at Mattress Firm Show Plex at the Washington State Fair Events Center

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image sourced from the Washington Beer Commission

image sourced from the Washington Beer Commission

Join us for the South Sound Winter Beer Festival on Saturday, November 9th from Noon to 6pm at a new venue at the Mattress Firm Show Plex at the Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup! We’re bringing the first taste of winter beers to the South Sound from 30 Washington breweries. Sample seasonal favorites such as dark imperial stouts, roasty porters, strong beers, Scottish ales, barrel-aged suprises, spiced ales, piney IPAs  and many more creative brews for the season! More details coming this fall!

You must be 21 or older to attend this event.  
Proof of age required at the gate. No dogs allowed (Registered service dogs ok).

Beer List
Posted this fall. 


Directions and Parking

We are seeking volunteers to assist with the South Sound Winter Beer Festival. Shift #1 & #2 volunteers will receive complimentary admission to the festival which includes a tasting cup and six beer tastes AFTER the completion of your shift. You must be 21 or older to volunteer.

Saturday, November 9, 2019
Shift 1: 9:00-1:00 FULL
Shift 2: 1:00 - 5:00pm 

Volunteer jobs may vary depending on demand, but may include any of the following:  pouring beer, ticket admission, token stuffing or working at the merchandise/WABL table. If you’re interested in volunteering, please email us with your shift availability.

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Fifth Anniversary at Flying Lion Brewing
to Oct 21

Fifth Anniversary at Flying Lion Brewing

image sourced from Flying Lions Brewing

image sourced from Flying Lions Brewing

We can't believe it's already been five years since we opened our doors! We have changed quite a bit in that time, but one thing that remains true is the unwavering support we receive from our incredible Columbia City neighborhood, the greater city of Seattle and beyond. We are so honored to be part of Washington state's vibrant beer community and we look forward to raising a glass with you all for many years to come!

If you are in or around the Seattle neighborhood of Columbia City, this Sunday, then you'll want to swing into Flying Lion Brewing. Celebrating their fifth year in the neighborhood, the brewery promises live music, a collectible glass, and even special beer releases. Doors open at noon with the last cheers being held at 7 pm.

So why aren't you going? Maybe it's because the Seahawks are playing the Baltimore Ravens and you have a wicked tailgate to host. Maybe you have Halloween shopping to do, even though it's 15 days to the big day. Who knows?! But for those who either don't have shopping to do or a football to watch, the crew at Flying Lion hope you stop in. Either way, the brewers, ownership, and staff are flabbergasted how quickly the time passed.

So, you've committed to showing up now what? Let's start with the beers, namely Imperial Rye Stout, a (rumored) Rye Wine, and the glassware. Complimenting the beers, The Last Minute Maybes show up at 3 pm before departing the stage for Reposado at 5 pm.

Bring your kids, bring yourself, bring your friends for this all-ages show but bring your ID if you plan on drinking beer. And as always the main taproom will be open till Midnight, in case you want to swing in after Halloween shopping or the Seahawks game.

Flying Lion Brewing is located at 5041 Rainier Avenue South at # 106 in Seattle's Columbia City neighborhood. For more information on the party visit or for more information on the brewery including hours and a current draft, list visit

About Flying Lion Brewing

Flying Lion is a family operation in Columbia City, Seattle, conceived by four beer-loving brothers and our parents. It all started with root beer batches in the basement and dinner-table discussions about beer flavors and hop utilization. Years, beers, and many late nights later, we built the brewery we’d always dreamed of right here in south Seattle.

After opening in 2014, we’ve welcomed a few more craft-beer-loving people to the team, grown out of some of our old 3 bbl fermentors, added a bunch of taps, and started shipping our kegs around the city. We hope you’ll join us soon on this adventure we call Flying Lion Brewing!


UPDATE: A misprint of this article made a reference to a brewery called Five Lions in both the headline and the body of this story. The name has since been corrected to Flying Lion.

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Brew on the Slough at Maple Hall
7:00 PM19:00

Brew on the Slough at Maple Hall


Join us as we celebrate La Conner and craft beer!  Brew on the Slough 2019 is now in its’ 5th year and happens on October 19th from 7-10 pm.

We invite you to La Conner and the Skagit Valley to taste some excellent beer, and also to experience the beauty of the Valley where our soils rate in the top 2% in the world and the climate here is unique to North America. Because of this, barley for many of these beers are grown right here around La Conner. 

La Conner is part of the Salish Coast region where Skagit Valley Malting is making malt from grains sourced in the Valley.  Malt is to beer what grapes are to wine and introducing new and existing varietals heighten the flavor and creates unique terroir.  Or how they sum it up – Taste the Place. 

Live music this year by The Walrus. One of the Northwest’s favorite bands, the band’s vocally rich and intricate arrangements include songs by the Beatles, Queen, the Jackson 5, the B-52s, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Tom Petty, The Police, Stevie Wonder, Jefferson Airplane, Heart, The Trammps, CSNY, Talking Heads, Aretha Franklin, and many others.

Food will be sold on site by Santo Coyote Mexican Kitchen (cash only)

DESIGNATED DRIVER TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR – $5 (Please call the Visitor Center directly 360.466.4778 or purchase at the door)


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Bothell Underground Beer Festival! at the Bothell City Hall Garage
12:00 PM12:00

Bothell Underground Beer Festival! at the Bothell City Hall Garage

image courtesy Bothell Underground Beer Festival

image courtesy Bothell Underground Beer Festival

Celebrate great beers & ciders, delicious food, and music at the 6th annual Bothell Beer Festival!

We are again holding the event underground in the Bothell City Hall Garage!! Bring your friends and come experience this cool wind and rain-free industrial environment!

Must be 21 years of age or older, sorry no children/babies permitted. And, we love dogs but only service animals will be allowed entrance.

2019 Breweries & Cideries:
What will each vendor be serving? View the full POUR LIST here!

  • 20 Corners Brewing

  • AVID Cider Co.

  • Bad Granny Hard Cider

  • Beardslee Public House & Brewery

  • Bosk Brew Works

  • Cairn Brewing

  • Chatter Creek Cider

  • Decibel Brewing Company

  • Foggy Noggin Brewing

  • Gallaghers' Where U Brew

  • Good Brewery Co.

  • McMenamins Anderson School Brewing

  • Metier Brewing

  • Pear Up Cider

  • Postdoc Brewing

  • Schilling Cider

  • Sumerian Brewing Co.

  • Triplehorn Brewing Co

  • Volition Brewing Co.

  • Watts Brewing Company

  • Whitewall Brewing

Food Trucks:

The Vet Chef  ǀ  Chicago West  ǀ  Athena's Greek  ǀ  Veraci Pizza

Live Music:

Johnny7 ǀ North End Jam Collective ǀ Oliver Rosenthal
Chris Yates (from Dynamite Limbo) ǀ Good Company

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Rye Fest at Reuben's Brews
11:00 AM11:00

Rye Fest at Reuben's Brews

Reuben’s Brews will host its 7th annual Rye Fest, a celebration of rye beers and a celebration of the brewery’s utilization and exploration of rye malt, going back to Reuben’s Brews humble beginnings in 2012. The free event will feature a taplist with over 20 rye beers, as well as special can releases of Hazy Harvest, a 6% hazy IPA brewed with a dash of rye for a slight spice, and Roasted Rye IPA, a warmer winter IPA. Other rye favorites on the taplist include Roggenbier, American Brown, and American Rye. For the full taplist and to learn more about Rye Fest 2019, visit:

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Brewology presented and hosted by Pacific Science Center
7:00 PM19:00

Brewology presented and hosted by Pacific Science Center

image sourced from the Pacific Science Center

image sourced from the Pacific Science Center

October 18, 2019, 7 p.m.

Brewology is back, this year for a spooktacular Halloween event…dare we say Booology!

Discover the skill behind your favorite seasonal craft brews, enjoy some spine-chilling science demos, and show off your costume in our first ever costume contest. You’re sure to have a hair-raising good time! Learn more

Each ticket includes:

  • Souvenir tasting glass

  • 12 Tasting Tokens (1 Token per Pour)

  • After hours access to exhibits, including the Planetarium and Tropical Butterfly House

  • Special Halloween themed Science Demos and Shows

  • Costume contest

  • Complimentary Photo Booth from TEES Productions

  • Complimentary Coat Check from Coat Check Complete

Cost: Members, $45 / General Public, $50

Taste craft brews from the greater Seattle area and learn how they were made directly from the brewmasters themselves while exploring PacSci. Each event ticket includes tastings from favorite local breweries plus hop-filled demos and activities.

All guests are expected to drink responsibly and to ensure that they have a safe means of transportation before leaving the event. 

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Fresh to Death: Victoria’s Harvest Celebration of Fresh Hop Beers
2:00 PM14:00

Fresh to Death: Victoria’s Harvest Celebration of Fresh Hop Beers

image courtesy Victoria Beer Society

image courtesy Victoria Beer Society

Press Release

They travel to hop farms all around the province to collect fresh hops that are still wet and juicy from the harvest. Then they race back to their breweries to brew a batch of beer with those hops. These special fresh hop (or wet hop) beers come out a few weeks later and are available for a short time at the beginning of autumn. 

The Victoria Beer Society is proud to announce the return of Fresh to Death: Victoria’s Harvest Celebration of Fresh Hop Beers on Saturday, October 12 from 2pm to 5pm at the Roundhouse at Bayview Place. The event will feature more than 20 fresh hop beers from BC craft breweries, along with some pumpkin beers and Oktoberfest-style lagers, all celebrating the harvest season.

For craft beer connoisseurs, we have created a VIP ticket that includes an exclusive guided tasting of a selection of four fresh hop beers led by Jeff Kendrew, Certified Cicerone, and early access to the event. Jeff will pick four beers that showcase different flavour profiles, and discuss what makes them special and unique. This VIP event begins at 1pm ahead of the start of the regular event at 2pm, and sold out early last year, the first time it was offered.

The full beer list appears on the following page.

Event Details:

Fresh to Death: Victoria's Harvest Celebration of Fresh Hop Beers

  • Saturday, October 12, 2pm to 5pm

  • The Roundhouse at Bayview Place, 253 Esquimalt Rd

  • General Admission: $30+GST / VIP Tasting & Early Admission at 1pm: $50+GST 

  • Tickets are available online at 

  • Pop-up liquor store provided on site by Vessel Liquor

  • Food available on site from from a local food truck


Fresh Data Fresh-Hopped Hazy IPA

Pour Les Mineurs Frais Grisette

Wet Hopped Blonde

Sartori Harvest IPA

Chrono Wet Hop IPA

Harvest Fresh Hop IPA
Harvest Moon Fresh Hop Pumpkin Porter

Wolf Vine Fresh Hop Pale Ale

Hopposites Attract Wet Hop Pale Ale with Kveik & Full Patch Pumpkin Saison

Harvest Fresh IPA

Fresh Hop Harvest IPA
Nur Ein Kölsch

Cashmere Comet IPA

Green Reaper IPA

Sunset Empire Hazy IPA

RyeCycled IPA

Hop Devil Fresh Hop Kellerbier
Juke Festbier

Cashmere Hopped Sour

Tangent Fresh Hop Tangerine Sour

1000 Mile IPA (delivered all the way from Prince Rupert!)

Homegrown SMASH IPA

Alpha Dog Fresh Hop Pale Ale


Category 12 Brewing

Container Brewing

Dageraad Brewing

Driftwood Brewery

Fuggles & Warlock Craft Works

Howl Brewing
Howl Brewing

Hoyne Brewing

Longwood Brewery
Longwood Brewery

Mount Arrowsmith Brewing

Off the Rail Brewing
Off the Rail Brewing

Parallel 49 Brewing

Phillips Brewing

Red Arrow Brewing Company

Small Block Brewing

Strange Fellows Brewing
Strange Fellows Brewing

Strathcona Beer Co.

Twin City Brewing

Wheelhouse Brewing

Whistle Buoy Brewing

Yellow Dog Brewing

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Seattle Fresh Hop at the Georgetown Stables
12:30 PM12:30

Seattle Fresh Hop at the Georgetown Stables

  • 21+

  • beer

  • tasting

  • beer tasting

  • festival

  • fresh hop

  • beer fest

  • hop

  • Georgetown

  • sessions

It’s all about the beer.

The Pacific Northwest is the home of hoppy beer and the Yakima Valley is home to 75% of the hops grown in the United States! Seattle Fresh Hop™ is the place to celebrate it all.

Our current brewer list (stay tuned for additions):

  • Fremont Brewing

  • Hellbent Brewing Company

  • Jellyfish Brewing Company

  • Ghostfish Brewing

  • Bellevue Brewing

  • Sunriver Brewing Co.

  • Hop Capital Brewing

  • Chainline Brewing Company

  • Fort George Brewery

  • Farmstrong Brewing

  • Mazama Brewing

  • Sumerian Brewing Co.

  • Diamond Knot

  • Finnriver Farm and Cidery

  • Everybody's Brewing

  • Buoy Beer Company

  • Two Beers Brewing/Seattle Cider Company

  • Lumber House Brewery

  • Flycaster Brewing

  • Burke-Gilman Brewing Company

  • Best of Hands Barrelhouse

  • Kombrewcha

When and where?

Seattle Fresh Hop™ is celebrated on October 12, 2019 at
Georgetown Stables • 980 S Nebraska Street •. Seattle, WA 98108

Two sessions, one mission.

Seattle Fresh Hop™ has two sessions:
Session 1: Noon - 4pm - Fido Friendly!
Session 2: 5:30pm - 9:30pm

Our mission is to give back to our community, so you can feel good knowing that drinking good beer = doing good. Seattle Fresh Hop is a benefit for Chump Change Foundation.

How it works.

Seattle Fresh Hop™ is a tasting event that uses script. Tastes are served only into official Seattle Fresh Hop™ souvenir tasting glasses which is included with your online ticket. Designated Driver tickets are sold at the door. Food will be available for purchase onsite. 

Additional Script may be purchased onsite:
1 5oz taste:       $3.25
8 5oz tastes:   $20.00

What is fresh hop anyway?

Fresh hops (also referred to as green or wet hops) are un-dried, raw hops picked from the bine and used in the brewing process usually within 24 hours. Hops are a perennial plant thus fresh hops are only available during the hop harvest season which lies around mid- August to late September in the northern hemisphere.

Trust us, it’s delicious.

Seattle Fresh Hop. You bet your ass its fresh.

Boring FAQ’s:

All guests must be 21+ with valid ID on site, even you granny!

No Outside Beverages or Alcohol allowed
No Aggressive Behavior

No weapons (duh-doy) 
No Standing or Dancing on the Tables, Benches, or Chairs
No Behavior that is Disruptive to other guests enjoyment of the festival

Bags will be searched at entry
No Children or Babies allowed
Cash and Credit Accepted

No dogs during session two

 Absolutely no marijuana use on site.

Don’t be a dick. 

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Ecliptic & Russian River After Party at Belmont Station
9:00 PM21:00

Ecliptic & Russian River After Party at Belmont Station

image courtesy Ecliptic Brewing Company

image courtesy Ecliptic Brewing Company

image courtesy Belmont Station

image courtesy Belmont Station

Join brewmasters John Harris with Ecliptic and Vinnie Cilurzo with Russian River for an hour of fun and good conversation in the biercafe! It's the final "Cosmic Collaboration" for Ecliptic's 5 year anniversary and they're having their after party here! We've had a great time hosting Ecliptic throughout their 5 Years/5 Beers releases and we are sad to see this fun series come to an end. They're going out with a bang, providing us with a Hoppy Belgian Strong Golden Ale. Along with the collab we will have a few other special Ecliptic and Russian River drafts flowing! Stay tuned for more info on what those will be! Cheers!

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Fresh Hop Collab Fest with Crosby Hop Farm at Belmont Station
5:00 PM17:00

Fresh Hop Collab Fest with Crosby Hop Farm at Belmont Station

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Come enjoy what little of the Fresh Hop season we have left!! We invited our friends with Crosby Hop Farm to join us in showcasing fresh hop beers from various breweries who sourced their hops from the Crosby farm! We will be pouring fresh hops from the following:

Along with the fresh hopped beers, the folks with Crosby are bringing hop samples and a virtual reality hop harvest! If you have an interest in hops, this is the event for you! Come hang with all of us, it's gonna be a fun one!

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Magnolia Stein Walk with Urban Family Brewing, Figurehead Brewing, and Dirty Couch Brewing
12:00 PM12:00

Magnolia Stein Walk with Urban Family Brewing, Figurehead Brewing, and Dirty Couch Brewing

Join us on Oct. 5th from noon to 6pm for the first annual Magnolia Stein Walk! We'll be kicking things off at noon by tapping a cask of our new traditional German-style altbier! We'll also have our new kolsch ale on tap, so stop in for a couple German-style beers and then take a stroll over to our nieghbors Urban Family Brewing and Dirty Couch Brewing to continue the festivities!

Tickets are $25 and include a commemorative stein and your first 8oz pour at each brewery (3 pours total).

For more information or to purchase your tickets visit the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce website.

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Bloktoberfest at Block 15 Brewing Company
12:00 PM12:00

Bloktoberfest at Block 15 Brewing Company

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Press Release

Corvallis, OR — In celebration of the changing season and in the tradition of the German Oktoberfest, Block 15 Brewing Company is hosting its 11th annual “Bloktoberfest” on October 4th and 5th. The event transforms Jefferson Avenue in front of Block 15’s downtown pub with a giant tent that houses live music all day long, yard games, and big-screen college football action featuring the Beaver game and other Pac-12 matchups—all accompanied by Block 15 beer served in authentic tankards and German-inspired food from the Block 15 kitchen. 

ADMISSION $5 for both days, with a valid wristband. 

LOCATION Jefferson Ave. between 3rd & 4th St. Corvallis, OR 97333 

HOURS Friday: 4pm - 11pm Saturday: 12:30pm - 11pm Minors welcome until 8pm both days 

DRINK OPTIONS Bloktoberfest märzen lager (Block 15), Hopfen Pale German-inspired pale ale (Block 15), Black Gold black lager (Block 15 / OSU cooperative brew), Bräuweisse hefeweissbier (Ayinger), OutCider (2 Towns Ciderhouse), Block 15 root beer, pinot gris (Lumos), and pinot noir (Broadley Vineyards). 

FOOD OPTIONS Bier pretzel with bier cheese, German artisan board, Peppertree festival sausage, vegan bratwurst, Snake River kobe beef hot dog, German roasted chicken, German potato salad, Bavarian slaw, German apple cake, and vegan/gluten free chocolate chip cookies. 

LIVE MUSIC SCHEDULE Friday 4pm - Wild Hog in the Woods 7:30pm - DTW 

Saturday 1pm - Guten Zeiten Band 4pm - Brutal Bridges Band 7:30pm - Inner Limits 

About Block 15 Brewing Company Offering unique hop forward ales, crisp lagers, traditionally brewed abbey beers, barrel-aged rarities, and one of the Northwest’s most extensive wild and sour programs, Block 15 produces a range of artfully crafted beers, brewed with a nod toward fresh ingredients and fresh thinking. Established in 2008, and brewer-owned from day one. 

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The 17:00 Bar, presented by Delta Airlines, at Sole Repair
to Oct 6

The 17:00 Bar, presented by Delta Airlines, at Sole Repair

image sourced from Delta Airlines

image sourced from Delta Airlines

SEATTLE — Delta is bringing a unique selection of global beers to Seattle for a weekend through an immersive pop-up bar featuring beer from 14 of the more than 55 destinations Delta or its partners serve from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. 17:00 Bar will be open to the public for two days from noon-2 a.m. on both Friday, Oct. 4 and Saturday, Oct. 5 at Sole Repair Shop at 1001 E. Pike St., in Seattle.

17:00 Bar celebrates Seattle's love of craft beer and travel. Every hour on the hour, the bar will transform into a different global destination, serving up beer, small bites, music and scenery from that location, plus a chance to win a free flight. Each destination is a city Delta or its partners serve directly from Sea-Tac, showcasing for Seattleites the many direct travel options they have through Delta's global and growing network. There is no entrance fee and guests can RSVP by visiting

The bar will offer unique brews, many of which are rare finds in Washington. Each beer has been handpicked to offer bar patrons an eclectic mix of global brews. Pricing starts at $2, with all proceeds benefitting organizations local to Seattle: USO Northwest, Habitat for Humanity Seattle - King County and Northwest Harvest. Delta will also match all proceeds from the bar.

Schedule of Destinations and Beers:

7 p.m.: Los Angeles, USA
Hazy IPA; Firestone Walker Brewing Company

8 p.m.: San Francisco, USA
Stout; High Water Brewing

9 p.m.: Anchorage, USA
Wheat Saison; Anchorage Brewing

10 p.m.: Honolulu, USA
Pale Wheat Ale, Maui Brewing Company

11 p.m.: Seoul, Korea
Lager; Hite Brewery

Midnight: Osaka, Japan
Japanese IPA; YO-HO Brewing Company

1 a.m.: Beijing, China
Jasmine Tea Lager; Master Gao Brewing

Noon: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Saison; Oedipus Brewing

1 p.m.: Paris, France
Fruit and Field Beer; Brasserie La Choulette

2 p.m.: New York, USA
Leipzig Gose; Evil Twin Brewing

3 p.m.: Chicago, USA
Dry Saison; Off Color Brewing

4 p.m.: Mexico City, Mexico
Michelada Pilsner; Grupo Modelo

5 p.m.: Denver, USA
Belgian Saison; Crooked Stave Brewery

6 p.m.: Las Vegas, USA
IPA; Revision Brewing Company

"Seattleites love their beer, and I love the fact that there are so many incredible brews that our customers can enjoy in the more than 55 destinations we serve from Sea-Tac," said Tony Gonchar, Delta's Vice President – Seattle. "Now, the 17:00 Bar will bring great beers from around the world right to Seattle in a unique and immersive way, pairing our passion for travel with Seattle's passion for beer."

Delta is the largest global carrier at Sea-Tac with 160 peak-day flights in September and more than 55 destinations served annually. This summer, Delta marked the five-year anniversary of establishing its Sea-Tac hub. In April, the airline launched service to Osaka from Seattle and this summer began operating its Airbus A330-900neo and Airbus A220 from Seattle. Since 2012, Delta employees have spent more than 10,000 volunteer hours building six homes with Habitat for Humanity and five playgrounds with KaBOOM!, packaging more than 2,000 care packages with USO Northwest, and working with underprivileged youth through YMCA. Read more on Delta's commitment to Seattle.

Giveaway Terms and Conditions

*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN. A purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Sweepstakes begins at or about noon PT on Oct. 4, 2019 and ends at 1:59:59 a.m. PT on Oct. 6, 2019, but is only open during event hours. Includes 28 entry periods. Open only to legal residents of WA, 21+ years of age, who are in attendance at the Sole Repair Beer Event in Seattle, WA. Attendance at the event is free. Must be present to win. For Official Rules, including how to enter, entry period dates and times, odds, prize details and restrictions, visit Void where prohibited. Sponsor: Delta Air Lines, Inc., 1030 Delta Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30354.

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Woodland Park Zoo presents Brew at the Zoo
6:00 PM18:00

Woodland Park Zoo presents Brew at the Zoo

image sourced from the Woodland Park Zoo

image sourced from the Woodland Park Zoo

Raise your glass to conservation and animals!

Thursday, October 3, 2019, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Premium Entry at 5:00 p.m.

$36 General Admission $58 Premium Tickets

Ticket sales, fundraising games or raffles, and extra tasting tickets all raise money to benefit Woodland Park Zoo.

Get your tickets now!

Cheers to Conservation!

Sample imports, domestics, microbrews and ciders from 60+ different breweries. 21+ only! Tickets on sale now!

Event includes:
- 7 tasting tickets
- Extra tasting tickets available for purchase
- Animal encounters

 In addition to all benefits listed above, Premium tickets also include:
- Early entry at 5:00 p.m.
- Souvenir tasting glass
- 3 additional tasting tickets
- A pair of general admission zoo tickets
- Exclusive animal encounter

Compostable sampling cups are included in admission. Premium tickets include a souvenir tasting glass. A limited number of souvenir glasses are available for purchase.

This is an after-hours, adults-only fundraiser. Must be 21+, valid ID required.

Brew at the Zoo will take place rain or shine. No refunds.

Participating Breweries

2 Towns Ciderhouse
20 Corners Brewing
Bad Granny Hard Cider
Bad Jimmy's Brewing Company
Bellevue Brewing Company
Bosk Brew Works
Boundary Bay Brewing Co.
Camp Colvos Brewing
Chuckanut Brewery and Kitchen 
Counterbalance Brewing Company
Crucible Brewing Co.
Deschutes Brewery
Diamond Knot Brewing
Farmstrong Brewing
Figurehead Brewing Company
Firestone Walker Brewing Company
Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery
Fremont Brewing
Georgetown Brewing Company
Ghostfish Brewing Company

Puget Sound Kombucha Co.
Ravenna Brewing
Redhook Brewery
Rogue Ales
Rooftop Brewing Company, LLC
Schilling Cider
Seattle Cider Company
Silver City Brewery
Silver Moon Brewing
Snoqualmie Falls Brewing
Stoup Brewing
Sumerian Brewing Co.
The Salish Sea Brewing Company
Timber City Ginger
Two Beers Brewing Company
7 Seas Brewing
Mac and Jack's
McMenamins Breweries
Republic of Cider
Saint Archer Brewing Co.

Greenwood Cider Company
Hellbent Brewing Company
Hemlock State Brewing Co
Hop Valley Brewing
Jellyfish Brewing Company
Kulshan Brewing Co.
Lagunitas Brewing Company
Lantern Brewing
Lowercase Brewing
Lucky Envelope Brewing
Maritime Pacific Brewing Co.
Matchless Brewing
Mazama Brewing
New Holland
Optimism Brewing Company
Peddler Brewing
Pelican Brewing Company
Pike Brewing Company
Portland Cider Company

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"Von Ebert New Beer Showcase" at Belmont Station
5:00 PM17:00

"Von Ebert New Beer Showcase" at Belmont Station

image sourced from Von Ebert

image sourced from Von Ebert

We are stoked to have Von Ebert in the house showcasing new packaging and new beers!! They'll be set up in the bottle shop tasting the following:

  • Volatile Substance IPA


  • Obeisance

  • Known Presence

Along with the tasting we might have some VEB beers on draft! Make sure to pop your head in the biercafe to see what's on!


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"Pride of Cascadia" Citra Down Pale Ale release at Lompoc Brewing's Sidebar
4:00 PM16:00

"Pride of Cascadia" Citra Down Pale Ale release at Lompoc Brewing's Sidebar

image courtesy Lompoc Brewing Company

image courtesy Lompoc Brewing Company

Press Release

PORTLAND, Ore. … Lompoc Brewing recently brewed the “Pride of Cascadia” winning entry in this year’s Timbers Army Duane Graf Memorial Homebrew Competition. Citra Down Pale Ale will be released on Sunday, Sept 29, at 4pm at Lompoc Sidebar, located at 3901 N Williams Ave.
Timbers Army member Ross Quenzer entered the winning recipe and brewed a full batch of the beer alongside Lompoc head brewer Bryan Keilty. Citra Down Pale Ale is pale orange in color with big notes of citrus and pine coming from the Cascade and Citra hops. It comes in at a sessionable 5% ABV.

The release party coincides with the final Timbers away match of the year––against Sporting Kansas City––which will be shown at 4:30pm.

The history of the Timbers Army Duane Graf Memorial Homebrew Competition dates back to 2010, when the Oregon Department of Justice declared homebrew competitions illegal. A few bold brewers of the Timbers Army brought their homebrew to a tailgate and held a People’s Choice competition. In 2011, the Portland Timbers joined the MLS and the Oregon Legislature re-legalized homebrew competitions; the Timbers Army Homebrew Competition became official. In 2013, longtime Timbers Army member Duane Graf was tragically killed in an auto accident; as Graf was a homebrewer, the Timbers Army chose to rename the competition in his memory.

This year marked the 10th annual competition, and the 5th under the Duane Graf moniker. Lompoc Brewing has produced a full batch of the winning recipe every year since the competition began.

About Lompoc Brewing
Established in 1996, Lompoc Brewing is a longtime Portland favorite that brews eight year-round beers and an ever-rotating lineup of seasonals. You can find Lompoc in bottles, cans and on draft at locations throughout Oregon and Washington, and at its three Portland neighborhood pubs: 5th Quadrant and Sidebar in North Portland, and Oaks Bottom in Southeast. Lompoc beers are proudly brewed in #LompocOregon, a state of mind. For more information, visit and follow @LompocBrewing on social media.

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Batsquatch Festival at Rogue Ales & Spirits
2:00 PM14:00

Batsquatch Festival at Rogue Ales & Spirits

image courtesy Rogue Ales & Spirits

image courtesy Rogue Ales & Spirits

Come join Rogue and REI at the first-ever Batsquatch Festival benefiting Camp Ukandu!!!

We'll be celebrating the launch of REI's Camp Monsters podcast, which will be live on October 1, and enjoying Batsquatch beer.
Pair your Batsquatch brew with our camp-themed menu and enjoy activities including axe throwing, s'more eating, grooving to Pagan Jug Band, face painting, and more! This event is family-friendly and dog-friendly.

Suggested donation of $5 at the door to benefit CAMP UKANDU.

We can't wait to see you there!

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Bellingham Oktoberfest 2019 at Bellingham Market Depot Square
6:30 PM18:30

Bellingham Oktoberfest 2019 at Bellingham Market Depot Square

image sourced from Opportunity Council

image sourced from Opportunity Council

Join us for a celebration of brews and brats… and so much more! We will feature German and autumn-style craft beers, ciders, wine, brats and German-style food, festive activities, and music!

But the real benefit (we think!) is providing vital support for the Volunteer Center, connecting volunteers with nonprofits, schools, government, health care and other organizations to leverage resources and provide solutions for community challenges.

21+ only

Want to enjoy the event without paying for entry? Volunteer! Stay tuned for more information.

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Portland Fresh Hops Festival at Oaks Amusement Park
5:00 PM17:00

Portland Fresh Hops Festival at Oaks Amusement Park

image courtesy the Oregon Brewers Guild

image courtesy the Oregon Brewers Guild

Oregon’s biggest fresh hops festival is back. The 16th annual Portland Fresh Hops Festival returns to Oaks Amusement Park in September with a few new wrinkles, including collaboration beers from farmers and breweries, conversations with innovative brewers, early-entry tickets, live music, and 60-plus fresh hop beers from Oregon. The festival is open from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27, and noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28.

The Cone Wars
New this year, The Cone Wars is a friendly competition featuring Oregon’s world-class hop farms. Each farm is collaborating with an Oregon brewery to craft a fresh hop beer. A crowd vote determines the winner. Collabs include:
• Baerlic Brewing Co. / Indie Hops • Breakside / Crosby Hop Farms • Hopworks Urban Brewery / Goschie Farms • McMenamins / Sodbuster Farms • Ninkasi / Goschie Farms • Wolves & People / Crosby Hop Farm

Bines and Brewers
Brewing with fresh hops presents particular challenges. There are tight timelines, logistical issues and other factors that make it unpredictable, but uniquely rewarding. Who better to share stories from this unique process than brewers themselves? This year, Breakside Brewmaster Ben Edmunds and other Oregon brewers share their favorite stories. This event is only on Friday evening.

Admission to the festival is free on Saturday. A tasting package is $20 and includes a souvenir glass and eight tickets. Friday evening tickets are limited, and are $25, including a tasting package. There are also limited Friday/Saturday combo tickets for $35. Additional drink tickets are available for purchase at the event. Purchase event tickets here.

But wait, there's more!
The final beer list will be released in mid-September, but you can find a working list here.

Minors are not allowed on Friday, but are welcome from noon-5 p.m. on Saturday. There will be a small children’s play area – not to mention a huge one next door, as Oaks Amusement Park is open for business through Sept. 29. We will serve craft root beer from Double Mountain Brewery – for the kids and the designated drivers.

What's with fresh hops, anyway?
There are four primary ingredients in beer: barley, yeast, water and hops. The pleasant bitterness and floral aroma in many beers comes from the hop flower, or cone. Those cones are delicate, and most are processed into pellets or dried as soon as they’re picked. There is an oh-so-brief window after they are plucked from the bine (not vine!) when they are suitable for brewing. Fresh hops can create a unique flavor profile that can’t be replicated with dried hops.

“Most Oregon breweries are within a few hours of a world class hop farm,” says Oregon Brewers Guild Co-Executive Director Tony Roberts. “There aren’t many other places in the world where so many brewers have such easy access to hops harvested and delivered on the same day.”

Fair pricing
The Oregon Brewers Guild believes that festival organizers should pay market value for beer purchased for and served at festivals, and opposes the use of “application, booth, or marketing fees” to undercut brewer revenue. Proceeds from the event benefit the nonprofit Guild’s efforts to promote and protect the Oregon craft beer industry.

About the Oregon Brewers Guild
The Oregon Brewers Guild is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and protect the state’s craft brewing industry and the common interests of its members. Founded in 1992, the Oregon Brewers Guild is one of the nation’s oldest craft brewers associations.

Limited Friday tasting packages are $25, Saturday admission is free, tasting package is $20.
Limited Friday/Saturday combo ticket is $35. Tickets are available at:


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18th Annual Pacific Northwest Brew Cup near the Columbia River Maritime Museum
to Sep 29

18th Annual Pacific Northwest Brew Cup near the Columbia River Maritime Museum

  • Columbia River Maritime Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
image courtesy Pacific Northwest Brew Cup

image courtesy Pacific Northwest Brew Cup

Competition is heating up as brewers and cidermakers from Washington and Oregon are flexing their creativity and readying limited-edition offerings for the Pacific Northwest Brew Cup. On a quest to win the People’s Choice Award, they’re infusing pilsners, IPAs, sours, stouts, ciders and meads with flavors like cherry, lemon, pineapple, passionfruit, citrus − and even Douglas fir tips. In all, 36 offerings will be on tap from over 30 brands including Astoria Brewing Company, Bale Breaker, Boneyard, Buoy Beer Company, Caldera, Ecliptic, Everybody’s Brewing, Finnriver Farm, Fort George, Gigantic, Goodlife, Great Notion, Georgetown, Hondo’s, Matchless, Melvin, Mill City, Modern Times, North Jetty, Level, Modern Times, Mount Olympus, pFriem, Public Coast, Prodigal Son, Reveille, Reach Break, Swift, Sunriver, Culmination and Trap Door, Wild Ride and Walking Man Brewing.

 Festival goers can fill a growler for only $10 on Growler Sunday, a crowd favorite.

A full list of beers being served is being updated and is available here or at:

Admission is free; souvenir mug costs $12 and $1 tokens are required for tasting

Live music will be showcased throughout the weekend featuring:


  • Sharon Hartley Band alongside Mike Coykendall (M. Ward, Bright Eyes)

  • Freak Mountain Ramblers


  • KMUN's Troll Radio Review

  • The Horsenecks

  • Hearts of Oak

  • Matt Hopper and the Roman Candles

  • The Desert Kind

  • Michael Hurley

  • Giants in the Trees (featuring Krist Noveselic on bass and accordion)


  • Wanderlodge

  • The Brownsmead Flats

Enjoy bites from several local food trucks including Sasquatch Sandwich, The Good Bowl, Monte Alban Mexican, and The Hot Box BBQ. Soft pretzels will also be available.

A corn hole tournament on Sunday will bring out the competitive streak in festival goers, with prizes given to first, second and third place winners. Additionally, kids can create one-of-a-kind fish-print shirts with help from the Columbia River Maritime Museum’s education staff.

There are many ways to access this river front festival. You can ride the trolley from your downtown hotel, take a stroll along the Astoria Riverwalk, take a local taxi, rent a bike, or park on the east side of the parking lot near the Barbey Maritime Center.   

 Presented by Toyota, the Pacific Northwest Brew Cup is an annual fundraiser for the Astoria Downtown Historic District Association, whose mission is to encourage community involvement and investment in preserving the character of historic downtown Astoria while promoting its health and future.

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Oktoberfest 2019 at Kulshan Brewing Company
3:00 PM15:00

Oktoberfest 2019 at Kulshan Brewing Company

image sourced from Kulshan Brewing Company

image sourced from Kulshan Brewing Company

Join us for our annual Oktoberfest celebration on Saturday, September 21st in the Roosevelt Taproom and Keg Yard. We'll have fest beer flowing from multiple Bellingham breweries and live music from Sylvia's Oktoberfest Duo at 4pm

Costume Contest
Brats and Pretzels
Limited Edition Commemorative Steins
Stein Holding Contest
Free Event

Oktoberfest Beer Lineup!
-Aslan Brewing Company - Festbier
-Wander Brewing - Festbier
-Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen (Bellingham, WA) - Festbier
-Stemma Brewing Co. - Marzen
-Kulshan - Festbier
-Kulshan - Helles

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WING Will Rock You!! (College Football & Wing Event) at Hellbent Brewing Company
2:00 PM14:00

WING Will Rock You!! (College Football & Wing Event) at Hellbent Brewing Company

image courtesy Hellbent Brewing Company

image courtesy Hellbent Brewing Company

College Football and Wings!! We'll be releasing our Oktoberfest Marzen Lager and Amarillo Fresh Hop Hazy IPA (available on draft and in cans) alongside other fresh hopped creations. Phoraleseattle & Burger Planet will be serving up some special wings for this event, so come hungry. It'll be a great time to get some fresh beer and watch some college football games on any of our 8 big screen TV's. Order Ranch and Blue Cheese "Dressing for a Cause" to benefit North Helpline.

Get your pre-sale tickets online (recommended). Purchasing your ticket online guarantees one portion of wings from each truck and one draft beverage.

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Hood River Hops Fest in downtown Hood River
12:00 PM12:00

Hood River Hops Fest in downtown Hood River

Date: September 21, 2019  Time: Noon – 8pm
Location: Columbia Lot, 5th and Columbia, downtown, Hood River, OR 97031
Contact: (541) 386-2000

Presented by Jacobs and awarded silver medal for best beer festival from the Willamette Week, Oregon Beer Awards, the Hood River Hops Fest is an annual celebration of beer’s bitter friend, freshly harvested hops. Hood River County is surrounded by world-renowned hop growing regions, and since 2003 brewers have gathered each September in downtown Hood River to share their fresh-hop beer creations. The family-friendly event features more than 40 breweries with more than 60 fresh-hop beers, plus a variety of food vendors, live music, and an awesome collectable mug.


  • 21+ Entry Only Ticket: $10

  • 21+ Beer Garden Ticket: $15 presale; $20 day-of. Includes entry, commemorative glass mug and five 3.5 oz. taste tokens

  • Under 21: Free admission. Note: The venue is open to people 21 or older only from 5pm until closing at 8pm


Check out last year’s Hood River Hops Fest Breweries:

The Hood River Hops Fest gives back to the community! This year the Hood River County Chamber of Commerce and Hood River Hops Fest volunteer grant program donated $3250.00 in total to the following non-profit organizations:

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Oktoberfest at Rhein Haus
to Oct 7

Oktoberfest at Rhein Haus


Rhein Haus Seattle: Join Rhein Haus Seattle to celebrate Oktoberfest from Sept. 21 – Oct. 6. With Oktoberfest biers on tap from Silver City, Wasteiner, Paulaner, Hacker-Pschorr, Ayinger, pFreim, Rueben’s and more, there will be plenty of beers to cheers. Events throughout Oktoberfest include:

  • On Friday, Sept. 27 and Oct. 4 at 6 and 8 p.m., guests can participate in Masskrugstemmen (Stein Holding contest) when they buy a liter of bier and line up on the bocce court. The competitor who can hold their full liter of beer up the longest will win a $50 Rhein Haus gift card and the 2nd place winner gets $25.

  • Friday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. – live music by The Oompah Machine

  • On Saturday, Sept. 28 at 5 p.m., Bayern Brewing will be in the Haus tapping a Firkin keg of Oktoberfest bier.

  • Friday, Oct. 4 at 6 p.m. – live music by The Bavarian Village Band

Every day, kids are welcome until 10 p.m. and can make their own paper Lebkuchenherzen heart cookies with Rhein Haus’ Oktoberfest craft kits.

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Oktoberfest at Rhein Haus in Tacoma
to Oct 6

Oktoberfest at Rhein Haus in Tacoma


Rhein Haus Tacoma: Oktoberfest heads to the South Sound at Rhein Haus Tacoma from Sept. 21 – Oct. 6.

  • Saturday, Sept. 21 from 7 to 8 p.m. – live music from Down Home Band

  • On Friday, Sept. 27 at 5 p.m., Bayern Brewing will be in the Haus tapping a Firkin keg of Oktoberfest bier.

  • Friday, Sept. 27 and Oct. 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. – live music by The Smilin’ Scandinavians

Every day, kids are welcome until 10 p.m. and can make their own paper Lebkuchenherzen heart cookies with Rhein Haus’ Oktoberfest craft kits.

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Oktoberfest Kickoff! at Belmont Station
to Sep 21

Oktoberfest Kickoff! at Belmont Station

image acquired from UnSplash

image acquired from UnSplash

It is our favorite time of year!!! Can't make it Munich for Oktoberfest?? Have no fear, just come here! Starting at 4:30 on Friday, September 20th it will feel like you're right under a tent in Germany in your Lederhosen! Rosenstadt is bringing in a keg of their Festbier to tap to kickoff the beginning of our weekend long celebration! And to add to the fun we are giving away Rosenstadt ceramic steins to the first 12 customers who order a Festbier!! All weekend long we will be pouring tasty Okto beers. Stay tuned on our Facebook, Instagram, newsletter, and website for updated info on what beers we will pour, food specials, and other stein giveaways! PROST!

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Inland NW Craft Beer Festival at Avista Stadium
to Sep 21

Inland NW Craft Beer Festival at Avista Stadium

image courtesy Washington Beer Commission

image courtesy Washington Beer Commission

Press Release

The Inland NW Craft Beer Festival, produced by the Washington Beer Commission, is proud to announce the beer list for this 10th Anniversary craft beer tasting taking place on Friday, September 20th, 4pm to 9pm, and Saturday, September 21st, from noon to 6pm.

This will be the event's sixth year at Avista Stadium, home of the Spokane Indians minor league baseball team. Friday night will be for 21 years and older, the family friendly Saturday session features a kids play area with bouncy houses on the green grass down the right field line.

Included in the 175+ craft beer selections lined up along the outfield wall, there will be a dozen or more "Fresh Hop" beers, fresh brewed from this year's hop harvest for a very distinct and satisfying flavor for hops lovers. There will also be live music from the stage near second base and five terrific food truck selections to choose from as well.

Tickets are just $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Admission includes a commemorative tasting glass and your first eight 4 oz. sample tastes. Additional tastes a only $2 each or three additional tastes for $5. Online tickets and complete event details at

Here are the 40 Craft Breweries and their 180 unique and tasty selections for the weekend:

509 Bierwerks-Wenatchee

1) Brew Ha Ha IPA (ABV 6.2% / IBU 80)

Brew Ha Ha IPA is a homage to a benchmark of the American IPA style. It’s brewed in a

traditional Northwest style; American base malt and crystal malt create the big body and

supporting grainy sweetness, while Jarrylo® and Mosaic® hops deliver pronounced tropical

citrus aroma and flavor. In the glass you get a pale amber color, hop intensity and malt.

Spicy stone fruit, tropical citrus and great malt backbone make this a well balanced IPA .

2) #14 Nut Brown (ABV 6.1% / IBU 32)

Styled after southern English brown ales, our Nut Brown is a great all-around beer. It’s mild

enough for light beer drinkers, but characterful enough for more experienced craft beer

lovers. The finished product exhibits a deep copper color, fruit/caramel flavor and aroma

with toasty, chocolatey notes and a hint of coffee.

3) 509 Fest Bier (ABV 6.0% / IBU 22)

Moderately high malt flavor presenting soft sweetness basic to Pilsner malt with an added

hint of light toast. Hop bitterness brings slight balancing to the malt, while flavor is spicy, and

herbal. Clean lager character.

4) Local Local Fresh Hop IPA (ABV 5.9% / IBU 60)

Our once a year fresh (wet) hop beer brewed within hours of being picked in Lake Chelan.

Pacific Northwest Style Fresh Hop IPA made with glutinous amounts of fresh (wet) Chinook.

Very full and complex spectrum of hop aromas and flavors including; citrusy, piney, and

herbal. Good strong bitterness and balanced with a Carmel malt finish.


Bale Breaker Brewing-Yakima

1) Golden Grit IPA (ABV 6.6% / IBU 60)

Out here in hop country, we turn grit into gold. Featuring experimental hop HBC 630.

For four generations, we've relied on grit and perseverance to thrive in a challenging desert

landscape. To celebrate, we created our IPA Rotator Series, a collection of hop-packed beers,

each representing a unique characteristic of life in Yakima's hop country.

2) Dormancy Breakfast Stout (ABV 6.8% / IBU 50)

Who says Bale Breaker only does hoppy? Conditioned on locally-roasted coffee

beans by Yakima's Lincoln Avenue Coffee Co, this rich, dark brew reminds us that good things

still happen while hop fields lay dormant in the off-season.

3) Irieshun Hazy IPA (ABV 7.4% / IBU 70)


Bardic Brewing–Spokane Valley

1) Mountain Girl, Fresh Hopped IPA (ABV 8.7% / IBU 112)

A variation on our rich and malty ESB, this fresh-hopped IPA includes literal buckets of our

house-grown Cascade hops! The overwhelming citrus aroma and flavor is kept in check,

however, by the rich malt flavor. Perfectly balanced, as all things should be.

2) Poirot, Belgian Strong Dark (ABV 10.8% / IBU 35)

This dark and mysterious twist on the classic Belgian style is an adventure! It is a rich golden

brown, and your nose is immediately treated to a complex aroma of spices, banana, fig, and

sweetness. Slightly drier than our other beers, the flavor still has a gentle maltiness to

compliment the caramelized fruit and savory spice. The heat from the ethanol is more

pronounced here, as you would expect from the weighty 10.8% ABV inside!

3) Health Potion, Strawberry Hibiscus Hard Cider (ABV 6.4%)

Every health potion, from every video game or role-playing game you have ever played, right

in your glass! This amazing mix of strawberry and hibiscus is a bright and fruity treat,

displaying the full flavor of strawberries, highlighted with the bright tartness of hibiscus tea.

4) Old Books, English Barleywine, (SAT) (ABV 12% / IBU 49)

This beer takes you back to that amazing smell of an old book tucked in the corner of an

antique bookstore. Made in the English style, which highlights the rich malt character instead

of hops, this beautiful golden ale includes notes of caramel and fresh-baked bread, rounded

by subtle hints of vanilla. This is truly a stage for the wonderful malts within to shine!


Bennidito’s Brewpub-Spokane

1) Citraburst IPA (ABV 6.8% / IBU 65)

Over 5 lbs. of hops per bbl. This IPA bursts with juicy, citrus hop goodness!

2) Peachy Keen Ale (ABV 6.5% / IBU 40)

Brewed with late harvest peaches and ample Cashmere hops results in a lush, juicy ale!

3) Clocktower Imperial IPA (ABV 8% / IBU 80)

Very smooth and clean with plenty of fruity hop flavors and aromas in this towering IPA!

4) Mystery Beer

You will have to come to our booth to solve this mystery!


Big Barn Brewing-Mead

1) Honey Sage-Historical Herbal (ABV 5.3% / IBU 22)

Our traditional honey lager with farm fresh sage added to give it a unique herbal twist.

2) Barrel Aged Black Dog Stout (ABV 10.5% / IBU 22)

Imperial stout with hints of chocolate, coffee and caramel all blended nicely on oak bourbon

barrel. A dessert to be enjoyed anytime of the year!

3) Rye-teous Rye-Barrel Aged IPA (ABV 7.0% / IBU 56)

Dirt Road Rye on a Woodenville Rye Whiskey Barrel-aged 9 months! Rye gives a mellow spice

character to this traditional NW IPA....add the barrel and WOW

4) Campesino Tropical IPA (ABV 5.5% / IBU 62)

Fresh bursts of Mango, Pineapple, banana, lemon and orange make this a celebration of

flavor from the tropics.

5) Golden Pumpkin Ale (ABV 6.3% / IBU 13)

Our fall seasonal celebrating harvest. Fresh baked pie pumpkins, real vanilla, molassis and pie

spice make this a must fall beer.

6) Strawberry Blonde (ABV-6.0% / IBU 10)

Real strawberries from our Green Bluff farm make this a "one of a kind Blonde" no extract

can match the flavor of real fruit!

7) Blackberry Porter (ABV-7% / IBU 56)

Subtle blackberry undertones, mostly on the nose give this robust malty porter special

attributes not found in most porters. This is another of Big Barn's fruit seasonal beers.

8) Raspberry Braggott (ABV 10.5% / IBU 15)

Think Raspberry - get Raspberry. This heavy sipper is full bodied and sweet honey beer which

explodes with our farm fresh Raspberries.

9) Apricot Wit (ABV 4.6% / IBU 11)

Traditional German Wit beefed up with tree ripe Apricots. Only the sweetness of treeripened

fruit can impart the full Apricot flavor this wit delivers.

10) Midnight Harvest (ABV-6.2% / IBU 80)

As local and homegrown as beer can get. We use local malts...right here in Spokane County

and our own farm "fresh hops" grown at Big Barn Brewing property. This black IPA with fresh

hops yields fun depart from the regular IPA's.


Bottle Bay Brewing-Spokane

1) Fall Amber Ale (ABV 6.3% / IBU 23)

Well balanced strait forward beer. Subtle bready and caramel maltiness with a touch of dried

fruit balanced with a slight citrus hop flavor and vary little bitterness.

2) Bergi Fresh - 3xIPA (FRI) (ABV 11% / IBU 53)

Fruity, citrus, floral, and peppery aromas and flavors from the hops and bergamot orange

with a touch of heat from the high ABV.

3) Cold Brew Milk Porter (FRI) (ABV 6.6% / IBU 23)

Coffee beans added to brew to give a cold brewed flavor. Roasty richness with little

bitterness and acidity. This is balanced with a malty sweetness and a touch of lactose to give

that cold brew coffee experience.

4) Pale Ale (SAT) (ABV 6.3% / IBU 50)

Well balanced Pale Ale with northwest hops. Lightly bitter with a slight maltiness.

5) Hopfire IPA (SAT) (ABV 6.3% / IBU 64)

Citrus fruit bomb. Well balanced and juicy IPA. Full of flavor and aroma with light hoppiness.


Dru Bru-Snoqualmie Pass

1) Dru Bru Oktoberfest

2) Dru Bru Fresh Hop


Fremont Brewing-Seattle

1) Field to Ferment (ABV 6.0% / IBU 50)

Fresh from the hop fields, Field to Ferment is a fresh hop beer brewed with just harvested

Centennial and Simcoe hops.

2) Sour Weisse with Peaches (ABV 4.5% / IBU 5)

Peach and stone fruit flavors give way to a balanced sour and lightly sweet finish.

3) Head Full of Dynomite, v13 (ABV 6.8%)

Head Full of Dynomite (HFOD) is an ongoing series of hazy IPAs, each one different from the

one before. Version 13 is brewed with Cashmere, Idaho 7, and Mosaic hops.

4) Wandering Wheat: Key Lime Pie Edition

Wandering Wheat is an invigorating unfiltered ale with a sweet, bready taste and subdued

hoppiness. Brewed just for this festival, the Key Lime Pie edition invigorates the beer with

sweet and tart flavors.

5) Sky Kraken (ABV 5.5% / IBU JTRA (just the right amount))

A contradiction of the senses offering ripe melon, juicy citrus, pineapple and pepper flavors

to the brave. An idea brought together by the cosmic attraction of opposites, Sky Kraken is a

naturally unfiltered beer.

6) Barrel Aged Beer Rotator

A rotating selection of big, barrel aged beers from our cellar. Check our table for the schedule!

Genus Brewing-Spokane Valley

1) Count Chocula Imperial Cereal Stout (ABV 8.9% / IBU 60)

This is the perfect beer to remind you of Saturday mornings, watching commercials while you

wait impatiently to find out if Rita Repulsa's plans are thwarted in the thrilling conclusion of

this week's Power Rangers episode. Also pairs well with cranberry sauce and crippling doubt

about one's future.

2) Mediocre IPA (ABV 6.5% / IBU 75)

Holy Cow! This beer invigorates the palate with MAXIMUM apathy. Turn the volume up to 11

and let the Mediocre IPA erupt in your mouth with the divine flavor of whatever hops we had

on hand when we brewed it. One sample may not be enough - because this beer is about

ready to Meh it's way into your heart.

3) White Mocha White Stout (ABV 7% / IBU 20)

This is the perfect beer to pair with your two pumps white chocolate, half soy, half caff

morning. At a robust 7%, this light-roast Kolsch carries bold nutty and vanilla notes from it's

frothy-white head through it's creamy caramel body.

4) Canis Fenrir Kviek Milkshake IPA (ABV 6.5% / IBU 45)

Lactose, Norse yeast, and Northwest hops.... This is one of those times we brew just to see

what will happen... Mmmmm

5) Bactrianus Cabello IIPA (ABV 7.8% / IBU 99+)

The Camelus Bactrianus (two humped camel) perfectly symbolizes the fact that there are two

I's in an IIPA... or something like that. Of course we named this beer after the most famous of

the Bactrian Camels.. Camelus Cabello..


Georgetown Brewing-Seattle

1) Bodhizafa IPA (ABV 6.9%)

This IPA gets its light silky texture from rolled oats. The flavor and aroma both express

mandarin and citrus all around. Over five pounds of hops per barrel makes this IPA truly

Bodhilicious. Gold medal winner in the American Style IPA category at the Great American

Beer Festival in 2016!

2) September IPA

3) Mega Meow Barrel Aged Imperial Stout (ABV 9.4%)

A deep, dark brew from which no light can escape, MegaMeow sinks its fangs into you with a

bracing bite. After patiently waiting in solitude for one year, out of Heaven Hill bourbon

barrels emerges a chaos of flavors and aromas of chocolate, bitter molasses, vanilla, currants,

figs and stone fruits. Barrel Aged MegaMeow demands submission - succumb to its dark



Ghostfish Brewing-Seattle

1) Angler Vienna Style Lager (ABV 4.3% / IBU 11)

A Vienna style lager with a malty aroma and slight malt sweetness from Vienna and red

Prosso millet. Easy drinkin'.....just the way we like our summer beers!

2) Polar Nights Porter (ABV 5.9% / IBU 29)

Big notes of brandy and smoke with an underlying layer of vanilla from aging on oak spires.

Hidden Mother Brewery-Spokane

1) Cute Bigger Thang Saison (ABV 5.8% / IBU 12)

Organic Farmhouse style Saison. Opening with a little funk on the aroma, the yeast profile

carries the Strata dry-hop gorgeously. Light Belgian notes throughout with a nice clean profile.

2) Session IPA (ABV 4.8% / IBU 72)

Easy drinking West coast IPA. Loral and Simcoe provide pepper, citrus and floral notes.

3) Citra Simcoe IPA (ABV 6.2% / IBU 72)

Dank floral and citrus notes come through strong on this West Coast IPA. It's just plain tasty.

4) Pine Tree Saison (ABV 7.2% / IBU 14)

Funky, peppery Saison with tons of flavor and aroma from the Ponderosa Pine we used to

make it. Pink peppercorns add a nice floral note.


Hop Capital Brewing–Yakima

1) Wizrd IPA (ABV 6.1% / IBU 93)

Wizrd IPA is a NW IPA with a hoppy punch and a hint of grapefruit for finish.

2) Color Me Hazy (ABV 6.7% / IBU 30)

A Hazy IPA with El Dorado, Mosaic & Citra Hops giving flavor of pineapple and citrus notes.


Hopped Up Brewing Co.-Spokane Valley

1) Screech IPA (ABV 7.5% / IBU 75)

Industrial style IPA brewed with Hopsteiner high alpha Cascade and Centennial CO2 Hop


2) Wheel Hop IPA (ABV 7.0% / IBU 75)

A nice hoppy IPA brewed with 2 row and crystal malts, Hopped with Citra whole cone hops.

3) Hopped Up Peach IPA (ABV 7.7% / IBU 85)

A easy drinking IPA with a light peach kick. Brewed with 2 row and honey malt and peaches.

4) Key Lime Cream Ale (ABV 5% / IBU 13)

A light ale with a great aroma and light refreshing taste of key lime.

5) Pogue Mahone Irish Stout (ABV 7.5% / IBU 40)

A robust stout brewed with specialty malts. Very smooth with a Irish cream chocolate finish.

6) Imperial Orange Vanilla Porter (ABV 9.1% / IBU 36)

A limited release Imperial style porter. Brewed with a heavy amount of specialty malts,

orange zest, vanilla and coffee beans. smooth and delicious. Will be released Fri. at 6:00pm

and Sat. at 2:OO PM


Humble Abode Brewing-Spokane

1) Peanut Butter Porter (ABV 6.3% / IBU 60)

American Porter with peanut butter!

2) TBA


Icicle Brewing Company-Leavenworth

1) Saw Dog IPA (ABV 6.5% / IBU 72)

Leavenworth was once a booming logging town doing things the old school way. Then

chainsaws came around and changed the game forever. Similarly, a new wave of hops have

come about and changed the brewing game. We’ve embraced this new hop revolution and

built an IPA around the deliciously fruity flavor & aroma of the Mosaic Hop. Paired with

Warrior, Simcoe, and Centennial hops to add depth, this is an IPA you can sink your dogs into.

2) Dark Persuasion (ABV 6.5% / IBU 22)

Delicate dark chocolate with a whisper of coconut... You know you want it, go ahead and

indulge. You can finally have German Chocolate Cake and drink it too. There's no need to be

nervous, it's just wickedly deep and full of flavor and desire. With its provocative aroma and

smooth body, this is certainly the darkest of fifty shades of risqué.


Iron Goat Brewing Co.-Spokane

1) Buzzsaw McThunder IPA (ABV 6.8% / IBU 70)

Pale gold with a very slight haze, this Juicy IPA boasts bold, dank aromas of grapefruit and

pineapple with mango, papaya, and citrus pith flavors. It finishes clean and slightly sticky with

a mild lingering bitterness.

2) Sabro Citra Freshhop (ABV 5.8%)

3) Buffalo Trace Barrel Aged Bob's your Uncle Brown Porter (ABV 8.5% / IBU 28)

Bob’s Your Uncle Brown Porter is a milder, sweeter form of porter than Robust Porter but not

as mild as a brown ale. Brown porters typically have more complex caramel flavors and less

of a roasted flavor than robust porters. It has a medium body and is well balanced between

the malt flavor and hop bitterness. A very drinkable well balanced dark ale without the roast

barley flavor of stout.

4) Barrel Aged Goatnik Russian Imperial Stout (FRI) (ABV 11.4% / IBU 70)

A deep, dark, roasty Russian Imperial Stout. Goatnik pleases the palate with hints of coffee

and chocolate matched with generous late kettle hop additions. This winter seasonal is

always delicious.

5) Goatworks Project Mixed fermentation Raspberry sour beer (FRI) (ABV 6.2% / IBU 16)

Rubus is a mixed fermentation Golden Sour, barrel aged on raspberries. After blending three

generations of our Golden wild Sour we added in massive amounts of raspberries and let it

age. You'll get highly complex flavors that compliment the fruit and a balanced acidity that

finishes clean.

6) Watermelon Cucumber Gose (FRI) (ABV 3.5% / IBU 16)

7) Pushing up Hazys V.5 Strawberry Hazy (SAT) (ABV 6% / IBU 30)

We used a blend of citrusy hops followed with a massive charge of strawberries and a touch

of Vanilla additions.

8) Goatworks Project Izjer Geit Flanders Red aged in red wine barrels (SAT) (ABV 7.7% / IBU 10)

Izjer Geit Flanders Red has complex fruit-like flavors mixed with a pleasant sourness. The

barrel aging adds chocolate and vanilla notes that balances nicely with the malt sweetness,

from the Vienna and other dark malts.

9) Dryfly Gin Barrel Aged Buzzsaw McThunder IPA (SAT) (ABV 7.8% / IBU 70)

Pale gold ale this Juicy IPA boasts bold, dank aromas of grapefruit and pineapple with a

strong juniper presence from the Gin barrel. It finishes clean and slightly sticky with a mild

lingering bitterness.

10) Cranberry Tangerine Gose (SAT) (ABV 2.9% / IBU 16)


Laht Neppur Brewing Co.-Waitsburg

1) Whiskey Creek Wild Hop Ale (ABV 8.8% / IBU 75)

Imperial IPA made with fresh local hops that grow wild.

2) Picnic Pale Ale (ABV 3.8% / IBU 16)

A light easy drinking ale that doesn't fill you up.

3) Peach Hefeweizen (ABV 5.3% / IBU 15)

American style fruit Hefeweizen

4) Piper Canyon Scotch Ale (ABV 8.4% / IBU 20)

Sweet malt flavor and low hop profile.

5) Laughing Boy Stout (ABV 6.7% / IBU 30)

Dark Ale with oatmeal, flaked rye, and lactose.


Millwood Brewing Company-Spokane

1) Milltoberfest Marzen (ABV 5.25% / IBU 26)

Marzen style German beer that is sweet and malty but is balanced by a subtle hop character.

2) Millbilly IPA (ABV 7.1% / IBU 70)

Great nose and a well-balanced West Coast IPA. Lighter ABV is what our Head Brewer was

aiming for and he nailed it. Big flavor and a very drinkable IPA by many in the Inland NW.

3) Air Monkey Stout on Nitro (ABV 5.6% / IBU 30)

Easily our Head Brewer's favorite. A slightly heavier Oatmeal Irish stout with super great

flavors. Hit this on Nitro and enjoy the ride.


Mountain Lakes Brewing-Spokane

1) The Maple Bar (ABV 6.7% / IBU 26)

You ever wonder what it would taste like to put a doughnut in your beer? Well wonder no

more! Once this beer was simply available as a table blend in the taproom, but now, through

innovative blending techniques it is pre-mixed for such a festive occasion as this!! Cheers!

2) Nat's Unicorn (ABV 5.6% / IBU 14)

Strawberry-Basil Summer Wheat with the perfect balance of organic strawberries, dried basil

and just enough Huell Melon hop to bitter this delicious taste of the garden!

3) Jalapeño • Lime • Cucumber (ABV 5.3% / IBU 22)

Like fresh salsa, this golden Blonde is the perfect blend of spicy and sweet, woody and mint

flavors from the Perle hops, and just enough peppery heat.

4) Prickly Claire (ABV 5.6% / IBU 24)

From the creative mind of Dave's daughter, Claire, this Prickly Pear Summer Wheat is just

what you never knew you needed... sweet, bubble gum notes balanced by copious amounts

of lemon zest in the boil and the fermenter, and Huell Melon hops to finish.

5) Saint Helen's Inland NW IPA (ABV 6.8% / IBU 105)

Regulars of the Park Inn Bar & Grill will recognize this local best seller brewed with all local

malt from LINC Malt. A perfectly balanced IPA with Palouse Heritage English Pale & Pilsner

malts and a beautiful blend of Amarillo, Cascade, and Equanot Hops.

6) Forest Rake Smoked Double Red (ABV 11.5% / IBU 30)

A smokiness that reminds us of the end of summer in the Inland NW, this delicious malty

treat will rake away the dead debris from your palate and transport you to a fireside

singalong... git along, little doggie!! The morning comes soon!


No-Li Brewhouse-Spokane

1) Barrel Aged Red, White & No-Li Pale Ale (ABV 6.1% / IBU 35)

We take our pale ale and age it in a Dry Fly bourbon barrel creating a beer that is

simultaneously floral with hints of melon, and oaky with whiskey notes.

2) Jet Juiced IPA (ABV 7.5% / IBU 50)

The newest IPA from No-Li Brewhouse. Jet Juiced IPA, available in six-pack cans and draft,

stands tall at 7.5% alc/vol but drinks so smooth you would never know. A five hop blend gives

this beer an aromatic, sweet and juicy flavor, and with real mango added to the brew, an

unobtrusive sweetness creates a unique flavor experience.

3) Big Juicy IPA (FRI) (ABV 6.1% / IBU 55)

Bright citrus and tropical fruit hop aromas lead the way. A light malt foundation provides a

platform for the tropical and citrus flavors of Citra, El Dorado, Belma and Azacca hops to

shine. Mellow bitterness balances the fruity notes in this hop forward, golden-colored IPA.

4) Born Ready Mango IPA (FRI) (ABV 7% / IBU 40)

This ale has a smooth malt foundation layered with a zest of orange peels. The addition of

flaked oats and honey malt creates a smooth, slightly sweet character that melds seamlessly

with the robust mango and citrus notes.

5) Salted Caramel Brown Ale (SAT) (ABV 5.1% / IBU 30)

A Northwest-style brown ale with a burst of caramel and hints of vanilla, all balanced by a

generous amount of Cascade and Chinook hops.

6) Born Ready Pineapple IPA (SAT) (ABV 7.5% / IBU 30)

This ale has a smooth malt foundation layered with a zest of orange peels. The addition of

flaked oats and honey malt creates a smooth, slightly sweet character that melds seamlessly

with the robust pineapple and citrus notes.


Paradise Creek Brewing-Pullman

1) Huckleberry Pucker Shandy (ABV 4.6%)

Enjoy your summer favorite one last time this year! Our tart Huckleberry Pucker Shandy is so

good you can't drink just one. Nice lemony aromas, hint of huckleberry fruit in a nice

refreshing sour beer base. Yummy.

2) Harvest Gold (ABV 4.9%)

An easy-drinking lager made with locally grown and malted Baronesse barley and Rye. Its

wonderful golden color with a little rye haze brings forth its light spicy character from the

malts. Light enough to drink all day but flavorful enough to know you aren't drinking a rice

beer! Don't expect bitterness from this one.

3) Blackberry Pucker (ABV 4.6%)

Taking our famous sour beer base and adding Blackberrys to it seemed like a great idea and it

was. Great fruit aroma followed by a rich tart berry taste is a great alternative to other

"bland" fruit beers. You are going to like this one.

4) MooJoe Coffee Milk Stout (ABV 5.0%)

Something dark, rich and delicious for all the dark beer fans. Rich and creamy with a fresh

coffee aroma that comes from locally roasted beans cold-brewed right in the beer

conditioning tank in order to preserve all the flavor. It's never too early for this one!

5) Scottish Stovepipe (ABV 6.0% / IBU 22.5)

Our double Gold medal-winning Scottish Stovepipe has a great fall malty backbone. Dark

amber in color with hints of smoke and peat is the perfect brisk weather sipper. Give it a try

to see just what the judges love about this beer.

6) TBA

Maybe our Alpha Madness Simcoe Fresh Hop, maybe something else! Just depends on what

is ready by the time the festival starts!


Republic Brewing-Republic

1) Headed North Belgian Tart Collaboration (ABV 6.5% / IBU 10)

An easy drinking sour that combines mild tartness and Belgian esters for a refreshing pint.

Made by Northern Ales, Republic Brewing Co. and Quartzite Brewing Company.

2) Wildfire (ABV 7.2% / IBU 24)

Brewed in the German tradition of rauchbier, Wildfire combines beech-wood smoked barley

and subtle hop flavor, creating a warm, fall sipper.

3) The Festbier (ABV 5.2% / IBU 20)

Crisp, refreshing Bavarian lager designed to be drank by the liter.

4) Herr Dunkel Weizen

Rich in color, crisp in taste this wheat beer combines maltiness with the fruity esters of



Reubens Brews–Seattle

1) Festbier (ABV 5.8% / IBU 18)

A rich medium bodied lager, with a light toast and sweet malt aroma. This beer finishes with

a smooth crisp mouthfeel.

2) Cinnamon Raisin Rye (ABV 7.2%)

This brown ale is brewed with rye, which leads to the smooth mouth feel, and compliments

the cinnamon and raisin character with a light spice inthe finish.

3) Crikey IPA (ABV 6.8% / IBU 53)

Crikey has a light malt sweetness, with tropical aromas, orange citrus notes, and a balanced,

crisp bitterness.

4) Hazealicious IPA (ABV 6.0% / IBU 50)

Hazy IPA with bright tropical hop aromas, a soft pillowy body and a restrained bitterness.


Riverport Brewing–Clarkston

1) Bullseye P. A. (ABV 5.2% / IBU 73)

Northwest style dry hopped IPA.

2) River Rat Red (ABV 5% / IBU 28)

Easy drinking amber ale with heavy malt notes.

3) Old Man River Oatmeal Stout (ABV 5.5% / IBU 28)

Dark and roasty traditional oatmeal stout.

4) Barrel Aged Sour Blonde (ABV 4.7% / IBU 22)

Blonde ale fermented and aged in merlot barrels in the traditional Belgian Lambic style.


Silver City Brewery–Bremerton

1) Tropic Haze IPA (ABV 6.4% / IBU 50)

A seemingly magical reaction between a specialized yeast strain, oats, wheat, and an

experimental hop variety results in a blossom of rich, tropical fruit flavor that is a feast for

the eyes, with a silky-smooth texture and clean finish.

2) Sun Glitter Peach IPA (ABV 6.5% / IBU 60)

Gleaning its name from the radiant visual of sunlight reflected from Pacific Ocean waves at

sunset, Sun Glitter is our celebration of the Puget Sound summertime experience. A fusion of

mouth-watering peach flavor with a dense, hazy malt profile, this unique IPA also

incorporates lactose sugar, yielding a deliciously creamy and vanilla-like sweetness.


A big bastard of an award winning brew. Exceptionally smooth with rich maltiness & a touch

of smoky peat character. Formerly known as "Fat Scotch".


Celebrate the season with tradition & authenticity. This classic amber lager presents rich

malty sweetness, and spicy hop character.


Single Hill Brewing–Yakima

1) Eastside IPA (ABV 7% / IBU 40)

Citizen Grain Dry-hopped Pilsner (ABV 5.4% / IBU 38)

GOLD MEDAL, 2019 Washington Beer Awards. Crispy, bright, dry hopped single field Pilsner.

This year we worked with Dalkieth Farms in Sunnyside to grow our own field of Explorer

barley and had it custom malted by LINC Malt in Spokane. Bright lemon and herbal hop

aromas. Its crispy pilsner profile finishes dry and refreshing.

2) Raz Rocketship (ABV 4.3% / IBU 10)

Thirst quenching tart German wheat beer with raspberries. Just enough fruit layered on a

dry, lemony base made tart from our house sourdough culture. Drinks like a cocktail or cider

and loved by all.

3) Fresh Hop IPA (ABV 7.3% / IBU 50)

This is as fresh as a fresh hop IPA can get! This beer was brewed 3 hours after picking. This is

what Yakima tastes like in September!


Steam Plant Brewing-Spokane

1) Strawberry Sour (ABV 4.8% / IBU 5)

Dominated by tart strawberry flavor, this kettle sour is blended with a few hundred pounds

of real strawberries for a true fruit flavor. No added sugar and low residual sweetness leads

to a clean dry finish.

2) Oktoberfest (ABV 6.0% / IBU 9)

Märzen (maert-sen), a German style lager traditionally brewed in spring and aged for the fall

festival. Brewed Munich malt and noble hop varieties, this amber lager is medium bodied, full

of toasted malt flavor and the slightest hop presence with a clean lager finish.

3) Huckleberry Harvest Ale

Light ale brewed with real northwest huckleberries. Not overly sweet or fruity, just an easy

drinking beer everyone can enjoy.

4) Nitro Double Stack Stout (ABV 6.4% / IBU 34)

Robust stout dosed with real bourbon vanilla. Deep dark color with a smooth chocolate and

espresso flavor. The limited release nitrogenated version offers an even smoother taste and

creamy head.

5) Pumpkin Ale (ABV 4.5%)

A fall seasonal favorite, this spiced ale is reminiscent of pumpkin pie. This pumpkin ale is light

and refreshing and not overly spiced or sweet.

6) 1889 Imperial IPA (ABV 8.9% / IBU 89)

Named after the Great Fire of Spokane in the year 1889 which started where the Steam Plant

was later built. This IPA is strong enough to start a fire in your belly and has just enough

malty sweetness to compliment the hop bitterness, flavor and aroma.


Stoup Brewing–Seattle

1) Citra IPA (ABV 5.90% / IBU 50)

We like to call this one Sunshine In a Glass … or Sunshine In Your Belly because it won’t stay

in that glass long. Our Citra® IPA is designed to be light and bright in both color and body.

Your first sniff will elicit images of tropical fruit and citrus thanks to a healthy dose of Citra®

hops. Enjoy a pint of this and you might just find yourself gazing skyward, pondering how in

the heck sunshine made its way into your glass. AWARDS: Silver Medal- SIP NW Best of the

NW, 2015 Silver Medal-WA Beer Awards

2) Sandals & Flannels Hazy IPA (ABV 6.0% / IBU 58)

Call us old-fashioned or retro or...old, but sometimes we long for the days of yesteryear. The

days when Seattle was rainy and grungy and kind of greasy. When you didn't have to iron

your flannel shirts and Birkenstocks were a fashion statement (only if they were really smelly

and worn within a millimeter of the asphalt). In an effort to celebrate those angst filled days,

we brewed this hazy IPA (like the skies back then, get it?). Unfortunately, due to our naturally

sunny dispositions and close proximity to so many hopeful millennials, we couldn't help but

pack it with the brightest, citrusiest, peachiest, passionfruitiest hops we could find - Citra®,

Mosaic and Galaxy. So, celebrate those glory days with Sandals & Flannels IPA, but also

celebrate the new you that showers daily and brushes your hair.

3) Robust Porter (ABV 6.20% / IBU 45)

Rich in color and character, our robust porter conjures up memories of decadent chocolate

treats dipped in coffee. Hints of dark chocolate, roasted coffee and light malty sweetness are

the result of a complex malt profile including chocolate malt, roasted wheat and roasted rye.

AWARDS: 2017 Double Gold Medal-Sip NW Best of the NW, 2017 Gold Medal-WA Beer

Awards, 2016 Silver Medal-WA Beer Awards, 2014 Silver Medal World Beer Cup & WA Beer



Ten Pin Brewing-Moses Lake

1) Groove Pineapple Wheat (ABV 5.8% / IBU 25)

This ale is the result of our collaboration with the Moses Lake band, Dimestore Prophets. The

beer takes the easy drinking smoothness of an American wheat ale, adds just enough Mosaic

hops to brighten it up with tropical fruit aromas, and takes it home with a fresh pineapple

squeezed into every case.

2) Gutterball Hazy Pale (ABV 5.5% / IBU 35)

We threw a lot of gutterballs to get this perfect strike of a Pale Ale. Juicy, smooth and hazy

with a hoppy floral bouquet. Citra and Ekuanot hops give flavors or starfruit and lemon zest.

3) Graduate Golden Ale (ABV 5.8% / IBU 35)

We brewed this Golden Ale in conjunction with Yakima Chief Hops and College Hill Custom

Threads to benefit the Wine and Beverge Business Management Program At WSU. This light

and crisp Ale has hop flavors of citrus and vanilla, with underlying tropical notes.

4) Guava Gose (ABV 5.3% / IBU 10)

This gose features the unique tropical flavors of pink guava which combine pleasantly with

the usual salt, coriander and tartness of gose.


Three Magnets Brewing-Olympia

1) Jose Gose (ABV 4.6%)

Crisp, spicy, yet refreshing Gose featuring jalapeños, habanero, tomato, sea salt, and lime.

2) Black Steer Stout (ABV 6.6%)

Classic execution of a robust and dry stout

3) Dank Brew IPA (ABV 7.1%)

The name says it all. A hazy dank bomb featuring Mosaic Cryo, Azacca & Moteuka hops.


TT’s Old Iron Brewery–Spokane Valley

1) So-Val Smoked Scotch Wee Heavy Scotch Ale (ABV 6.8% / IBU 12)

Dark in color but not heavy. Brown Sugar sweetness throughout with mild cherrywood

smoke notes to finish.

2) Redline Imperial IPA (ABV 8.3% / IBU 77)

Big and Bold IPA with crisp assertive hop flavor throughout. Orange peel and mild resin


3) Helles on Wheels German Helles Lager (ABV 4.7% / IBU 15)

Light lager brewed with Azacca hops.

4) Brewers Choice IPA

The Brewer will decide on what IPA's to put on each day.


Twelve String Brewing-Spokane Valley

1) Passion Fruit Gose (ABV 4.1% / IBU 10)

Passion Fruit Gose is crisp, refreshing and slightly tart and very enjoyable. You can drink this

one all day.

2) Mango Mambo (ABV 4.6% / IBU 17)

Mango Mambo is one of our most popular beers. An American style Hefe infused with pure

Mango. Subtle Mango flavor without being too sweet. Delicious!!

3) LocoLoco Hazy Session IPA (ABV 4.7% / IBU 45)

Loco Loco is a session version of the popular NEIPA style. Loads of Simcoe, Amarillo and Idaho

7 hops give it huge aroma and flavor. The low ABV make this a very easy drinking beer.

4) Fresh Hop Centennial IPA (ABV 6.1%)

Brewed with locally sourced Centennial hops. You can't get any fresher than this. Great

citrus, pine and floral notes. We can only brew this once a year so enjoy it now.

5) Volume 1.2 (ABV 8.3%)

Volume 1.2 is a remake of our very popular first Anniversary beer. An Imperial IPA aged in

bourbon and whiskey barrels. Very smooth and enjoyable to drink.

6) Sour Note Sour (ABV 6.5%)

Sour Note is a medium bodied ale soured in Chardonnay barrels with a little bit of Brett

added. Mild, smooth and rare. Most interesting and complex flavors abound.


Two Beers Brewing-Seattle

1) Wonderland Trail IPA (ABV 7.2% / IBU 79)

Inspired by the Wonderland Trail, an exhilarating 93-mile trek around Mount Rainier, this

beer was developed to honor the treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Featuring a seamless

blend of Washington-grown Amarillo, Citra, Mosaic and Cascade hops, a slightly sweet aroma

of tangerine is followed by a wave of citrus and passion fruit.

2) Pilchuck Pilsner (ABV 5% / IBU 38)

One of our most traditional beers, Pilchuck is a Czech-style pilsner, hopped with Saaz and

Perle Hops. With a lightly sweet aroma and mild hop spiciness on the tongue, this is a

refreshing take on an old style.

3) Spiced Peach Cider (ABV 6.5%)

Fermented with cardamom and peach, this cider creates a comforting combination of fruity,

herbal and spicy flavors--perfect for any weather.

4) Berry Rose Cider (ABV: 6.9%)

Crafted with locally grown raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. Slightly tart on the start

and slightly sweet on the finish, this cider is both accessible and full-flavored.


V-Twin Brewing-Spokane Valley

1) Hella Jalapeño

This is a Pilsner based beer made with Saaz hops, which have an earthy, herbal, and spicy

aroma. During second fermentation we add eight pounds of Jalapenos and let them ferment

for 7-10 days, making this a Hella good beer. Try it with a splash of V8, it makes an awesome

Red Beer too!

2) Suicide Shifter IPA (ABV 7.5% / IBU 135)

Our flag ship IPA that started out in the garage, and has fast become our best selling IPA.

Using Tates Honey Farm local honey to smooth out the bitterness of the 65 ounces of hops.

Don't be scared of the 135 IBU and the 7.5 ABV even no-IPA fans enjoy this great tasting IPA.

3) MaMa'S Mosaic IPA (ABV 6.7% / IBU 70)

Our first single hop IPA, first introduced last year at the brewer festival, this is our number

two selling IPA. So why not bring it back! made with 60 ounces of Cryo Mosaic Hops. This is a

smooth, almost session IPA drinking beer. Coming in at 70 IBU and 6.7 ABV makes a great

winding down summer beer.

4) Basket Case (ABV 6% / IBU 25)

Our newest beer in the line up at the brewery. Made with two hops we have never used

before, Galena and Caliente. This is an American Dark Amber and fast becoming a tasting

room favorite coming in at 25 IBU and 6 ABV


Waddells Brewpub-Spokane

1) B.A. Baracus Barley Wine (ABV 14 % / IBU 52)

Big rich flavors of caramelized brown sugar, Caramunich, toasted oak, whiskey, aged in Dry

Fly barrels for 17 Months.

2) Tangerine Wheat (ABV 5.2% / IBU 25)

Slightly Tart and refreshing wheat beer. Using real tangerine and tangerine peel for flavor and

a citrus nose.

3) B.A. Blackberry Sour (ABV 5.5% / IBU 5)

Aged in Townshend Cab Franc barrels. Great flavors of French oak, Red wine, and tart berries.

4) Imperial Alligator Oatmeal Stout (ABV 11.5% / IBU 50)

The bigger, thicker and darker brother to Alligator Stout. Thick creamy dark roasted goodness.

5) Zest Coast IPA (ABV 7% / IBU 35)

Generous amounts of Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe hops make this delicious citrusy double dry

hopped juicy IPA.

6) Oktoberfest Marzen (ABV 6.2% / IBU 25)

Our German style Oktoberfest lager with a balance of clean, hop bitterness. Bread or biscuit-like malt aroma and flavor.


Wenatchee Valley Brewing-Wenatchee

1) Poe Ridge IPA (ABV6.7% / IBU 66)

The next best thing to being there. Poe Ridge IPA is an abundantly hopped, West Coast style

IPA. Light malt sweetness, combined with fresh notes of citrus, pine, and spice make this an

easy drinking IPA.

2) Trout Stout (ABV 6% / IBU 43)

Our stout is brewed in the Irish style with five different grains. The dark roasted malts add

flavors of coffee and dark chocolate. Don't let the color fool you, this beer is big on malty

flavor. There's nothing fishy about this stout!

3) Long Stick Lager (ABV 5.4% / IBU 13)

It took a couple of tries but we finally nailed this one down! Developed to be light and crisp

with a pilsner-like flavor in a lager-like beer, the Long Stick is everything you want in a light

beer. Mild and sessionable, yet full of flavor, this beer was certainly worth the wait.

4) Oktoberfest Amber Ale (ABV 4.1% / IBU 28)

Wir lieben bier! For the love of beer is why we celebrate Oktoberfest every year. Beer being

one of Germany’s greatest exports, we brewed our Oktoberfest amber ale in the tradition of

the German purity law of beer. Water, barley, hops, and yeast are the only ingredients you’ll

find. Munich, Crystal 60, Victory, and Flaked Barley build our malt body. Hopped with

imported German perle hops, every sip gets you closer to the motherland of beer. Sweet and

bready, with notes of caramel and apricots, this beer is quaffable and crisp. Enjoy our

Oktoberfest amber ale!


Whipsaw Brewing-Ellensburg

1) Buzz On Blackberry Wheat (ABV 4.5% / IBU 19.3)

Imagine an American Wheat and then layer it with blackberry, lemon and floral qualities on

top of it. This variation is fruity without being too sweet.

2) Stumpblower IPA (ABV 8% / IBU 71.3)

Full of bright and bountiful hop flavor, grapefruit, papaya and strawberry aroma are here in

full strength. A plethora of lemon flavors topped with mint and orange marmalade carry

through to a bracingly bitter finish. But don’t let the flavors fool you, this beer packs a punch.


White Bluffs Brewing-Richland

1) Nectar of the Gods IPA (ABV 6.8% / IBU 68)

Brewed with simple malt backbone and big hop profile of Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe. Early and

late dry hopping makes for juicy deliciousness. 2017 Washington State Gold Medal winner.

2) Biere de Mars (FRI) (ABV 6.3% / IBU 20)

One of our favorite styles brewed as the cousin of Biere de Garde. Belgian Pilsner, Munich

and Wheat malt create a complex yet highly drinkable malt centered beer. We hopped this

batch with Fuggles and Bitter Gold.

3) Red Alt (SAT) (ABV 5.4% / IBU 38)

Alt bier aged to resemble a lager with malt complexity balanced against noble hops. Very

drinkable and GABF Gold Medal winner in 2014.

4) Equal Pay IPA (SAT) (ABV 7.4% / IBU 55)

A balanced IPA that incorporates touch of caramel malt for a West Coast style. Hops include

Simcoe and Amarillo with big dry hopping. Fruity with balanced bitterness.

5) Kaptain Kolsch (SAT) (ABV 5.3% / IBU 18)

German style kolsch beer focused on pilsner malt and noble hopping. Brewed for drink ability

and enjoyment.


YaYa Brewing-Spokane Valley

1) Angel IPA (ABV 6.2%)

Fruity hoppiness on the front and back ends along with tasteful bitterness throughout.

2) Fluffy Puffy Sunshine (ABV 6.6%)

The name says it all. True-to-type New England style IPA with massive quantities of aromatic

hops throughout the process. Bitterness up front, tropical hoppiness around back. Smooth

fluffiness from flaked oats in the grain bill.

3) Porter Rican (ABV 4.5%)

A super light-bodied porter conditioned with Costa Rican coffee beans to provide a

bitter/dark chocolate flavor throughout.

4) Been There, Done That Copper Ale

If a semi-hoppy blonde ale and a malt-forward amber ale love each other very much, they get

together and produce this beer. Late-addition Cascade hops provide a lovely topical aroma

balanced with malty sweetness throughout.



Hopped Up Brewing - Roasted Nut Imperial Porter

Our "High Performance Porter" ramped up to an Imperial. Brewed with 2 row barley,

chocolate, caramel, biscuit, and Munich malts. Hopped with Magnum Hops dry roasted

peanut added after primary fermentation.



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