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Beers Made by Walking
May
24
to Aug 21

Beers Made by Walking

Now in its seventh year, Beers Made By Walking (BMBW) returns to Seattle! BMBW invites brewers to get out on the tail for hikes led by volunteer naturalists and brew beer inspired by plants found on the trail. Join local breweries and Washington Wild for a day on the trail, enjoying the outdoors and hanging out with some of the breweries that are behind protecting clean and healthy watersheds in Washington State. Each hike is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are required. Hikers are accompanied by local brewers who must create a hike-inspired beer in the fall for a special BMBW tapping event where you can try all the brews at once.

These place-based beers serve as drinkable, landscape portraits of the trails that are walked. See below for a list of hikes and participating breweries. We can't wait to get outdoors with our volunteers, Brewshed Partners, and you!

2018 Hike Schedule & Registration

May 24, 10:00 AM - Pratt River Trail
Breweries: Bale Breaker Brewing Company, Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery, Fremont Brewing, Rooftop Brewing Company
REGISTER HERE

July 19 10:00 AM – South Tiger Traverse
Breweries: Diamond Knot Craft Brewing, Naked City Brewery & Taphouse, Lazy Boy Brewing Company
REGISTER HERE

August 21, 10:00 PM – Heather Lake Trail
Breweries: Bainbridge Brewing, Flying Lion Brewing, Hellbent Brewing Company, Machine House Brewery
REGISTER HERE

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Bend Brewfest at Les Schwab Amphitheater
Aug
16
to Aug 18

Bend Brewfest at Les Schwab Amphitheater

  • Les Schwab Ampitheater (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bend, Oregon ... Bend Brewfest, Central Oregon’s annual celebration of all things craft beer, will once again transform the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend, Oregon’s Old Mill District on August 16-18, 2018. Over the three-day event, visitors will enjoy an inspired lineup of brews from more than 70 breweries, along with creations from regional cideries and wineries.

Breweries from across Oregon and the region, including new participants from as far away as Michigan, will share their craft brews with the 2018 festival’s thousands of patrons. A list of breweries and tentative beer lineup can be explored here: https://bendbrewfest.com/brews.html

“Craft beer is a large part of our culture here in Bend and the Bend Brewfest celebrates this to its fullest,” said Marney Smith, director of the festival. “As we enter our 16thyear holding this festival, we are looking forward to our participating breweries bringing their most unique beers to our visitors. We have become the festival where brewers tend to showcase their specialty, very low production beers at the X-Tap tent that you can’t find anywhere else.”

WHEN: August 16-18, 2018, Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 12 noon - 11pm, Family friendly till 5pm

WHERE: Les Schwab Amphitheater

ADMISSION:  Admission is free. For beer tasting, purchase a 2018 Brewfest tasting mug for $20, which includes five tasting tokens. Limited edition Deluxe mugs are available for $30 and include 10 tokens. Additional tokens are $5 each sold in packs of four.

Each year, the event offers over 200 craft beers and ciders from around the country raising money for local charities. Founded in 2002, the Bend Brewfest has raised over $70,000 dollars for charity since its inception. Money raised in 2018 will serve the following four nonprofit organizations: Deschutes River Conservancy, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Oregon; Neighbor Impact; and Bend Fire Department’s Community Assistance Program.

Smith continued, “Our beneficiaries are really at the heart of the Brewfest and we are looking forward to the community coming together once again in 2018 to support them in a significant way.” Over a thousand volunteers help support our nonprofit partners by pouring tasters. Sign up to join in this fun favorite community opportunity.  Shifts now open at https://bendbrewfest.com/volunteer.html 

Bend Brewfest features booths from well-known breweries all the way to small-batch nano-breweries. Local food vendors and a festive atmosphere round out the well-loved annual event. For more information and details, visit www.bendbrewfest.com.

About the Les Schwab Amphitheater
The Les Schwab Amphitheater is Central Oregon premier music venue, providing a beautiful outdoor riverfront space for concerts, festivals, sporting events and more. Opened in the historic Old Mill District in 2002, the Amphitheater was named in honor of a remarkable Central Oregonian, Leslie Schwab. The venue accommodates approximately 8,000 patrons for some of the biggest names in entertainment, and the Bend Brewfest in August.www.bendconcerts.com

About the Old Mill District
One of the Pacific Northwest’s most distinctive and dynamic mixed-use developments, the Old Mill District is located on 270 acres that formerly housed one of the largest sawmill operations in the world. The rich history of the land is coupled with spectacular mountain views, scenic river vistas and an extensive trail system to enjoy the outdoors.  More than 55 local, regional and national retailers and businesses call the Old Mill District home. The Old Mill District – Bend’s most unique shopping, dining, living, and entertainment experience.  www.theoldmill.com

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Washington Beer BBQ at South Lake Discovery Lawn
Aug
18
12:00 PM12:00

Washington Beer BBQ at South Lake Discovery Lawn

  • Washington Beer BBQ at the South Lake Union Discovery Center Lawn (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Seattle, WA - The Washington Beer Commission is proud to announce the inaugural Washington Beer BBQ at the South Lake Union Discovery Center lawn (101 Westlake Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109). The event will feature 35 Washington breweries and their beers will be designed to pair perfectly with smoked meats from some of Seattle's finest BBQ food trucks!

The Washington Beer BBQ will take place on Saturday, August 18, between noon and 6pm.

Tickets are available now at washingtonbeer.com and are $30 in advance, $35 at the door, or you can save some cash by purchasing $25 discount tickets at the just opened Flatstick Pub location near South Lake Union (609 Westlake Ave. North, Seattle, 98109) . Admission includes a 5oz tasting glass and 10 tasting tokens. Additional tokens available to purchase for $2.00 each, or three tokens for $5.00.

Take a look at the terrific list of Washington breweries that will be on hand (below) and imagine the palate pleasing creations they will come up with to pair with delicious barbecue menu items. The complete beer list and BBQ food vendors will be available on Tuesday, August 7.

Complete event information and ticket purchase is available at: washingtonbeer.com

Inaugural Washington Beer BBQ Brewery List

7 Seas Brewing                       Tacoma
Anacortes Brewery                 Anacortes
Black Raven Brewing             Redmond
Bosk Brew Works                   Woodinville
Cash Brewing                         Silverdale
Diamond Knot Brewing         Mukilteo
Dick's Brewing Company       Centralia
Dirty Bucket Brewing            Woodinville
Elliott Bay Brewing                Seattle
Elysian Brewing                      Seattle
Flying Bike Brewery               Seattle
Fremont Brewing                    Seattle
Georgetown Brewing             Seattle
Ghostfish Brewing                  Seattle
Gig Harbor Brewing               Tacoma
Hale's Ales brewery                Seattle
Jellyfish Brewing                    Seattle
Lantern Brewing                     Seattle
Lowercase Brewing                Seattle
Mac and Jack's Brewery         Redmond
Mollusk Brewing                    Seattle
No Boat Brewing                    Snoqualmie
Northwest Brewing                Tukwila
NW Peaks Brewery                Seattle
Optimism Brewing                  Seattle
Postdoc Brewing                    Redmond
Pyramid Brewing                    Seattle
Ravenna Brewing                   Seattle
Seapine Brewing                     Seattle
Silver City Brewery                Bremerton
Ten Pin Brewing                     Moses Lake
Two Beers Brewing                Seattle
Watts Brewing                        Bothell
Whitewall Brewing                 Marysville

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Beer and Bacon Pairing Night with The Lost Abbey & Port Brewing at Toronado
Aug
18
6:00 PM18:00

Beer and Bacon Pairing Night with The Lost Abbey & Port Brewing at Toronado

5 Port Brewing/ Lost Abbey paired with 5 house made Bacons!

Lost Abbey
Deliverance
A blend of bourbon barrel-aged Serpent’s Stout and brandy barrel-aged Angels Share, Deliverance is the epic battle being waged between heaven and hell for the souls of mortal men… and your enjoyment in a glass.
AROMA
The expressive fight for souls on earth begins with molasses and raisins clashing for supremacy. There’s a struggle between licorice and caramel to see which will support with a dash of cocoa exuding as well.
TASTE
A lively beer on the palette wrestling in a tug of war of sorts for your affection. At first there is booze. Then there are figgy notes with a semi-sweet edge that almost develops were it not for the bakers chocolate and bitterness that balances out in the finish. Clearly this is not a beer for the faint of heart or weakened souls. This is fortuitous beer to accompany you on your journey to heaven or hell should you be delivered.
ABV:
13.5%

Cuvee De Tomme
A massive brown ale base that is made from four fermentable sugars including Malted Barley, Raisins, Candi Sugar and Sour Cherries, this beer is fully fermented before being placed in Bourbon barrels where the beer ages for one year with the Sour Cherries and the wild Brettanomyces yeast that we inoculate the barrels with.
One of the most complex and unique beers we make each year.
AROMA
Cuvee starts with a complex nose of tart cherries, vanilla and dusty cocoa finish. There is also an underlying basis of yeast esters and wild yeast components that result in an extraordinary complex nose.
TASTE
As this beer is made from our Judgment Day, there are some similarities in the taste profile. However, as this beer is aged in Oak Barrels, there are also additional layers of Vanilla, Tannins and Sourness from the Cherries and the secondary fermentation and extensive aging.
ABV:
11%


Red Poppy
Perhaps no country embraces the use of fruit in beers more so than Belgium. Numerous traditional as well as regional specialty ales are infused with every sort of fruit imaginable. In this way, the flavor of the fruit becomes especially prominent.
Red Poppy Ale is a veritable celebration of Sour Cherries in an explosion of aromas and tastes. Brewed from a brown ale base and aged in our oak barrels for over 12 months, this beer is not for the faint of heart.
The Golden Poppy is the state flower of California and the Red Poppy is found in Flanders Fields where our inspiration for this beer comes from. This beer is 6.5% ABV and is available in 375 ml bottles and on draft at inspired locations.
AROMA
Red Poppy starts with a complex nose of tart cherries, vanilla and cinnamon like finish. There is also an underlying basis of yeast esters and wild yeast components that result in an extraordinary complex nose.
TASTE
Red Poppy starts its life out as our Dawn Patrol Dark. Post primary fermentation, we blend this with some of our Amigo Lager at transfer to barrel. During the fermentation in the barrel from the micro organisms, we gain acidity which results in a beer with hints of Vanilla, Tannins and Sourness from the Cherries and the secondary fermentation and extensive aging.
ABV: Barrels Used:
6.5% French Oak

Port Brewing
Anniversary IPA
Our massively hopped strong IPA brewed in celebration of our Anniversary each year.
Using Amarillo, CTZ, Citra, Centennial, and Mosaic hops and dry-hopping with CTZ, Citra, and Mosaic, Anniversary Ale has an intensely hoppy body with fresh tones of pine and citrus. A seasonal release that will satisfy any hop-head who has the pleasure to try it. In addition, we don’t want to make people “wait in line” to try an amazing IPA, so we also bottle it!
HopsAmarillo, CTZ, Citra, Centennila, Mosaic
ABV10.5%

Summer Pale Ale (SPA) is our version of the iconic West Coast style Pale Ale.
Life’s better at the water’s edge. Be it a beach, a lake, or a sweltering day by the pool. Each of these situations is improved by friends, conversations, and a crisp pale ale. Our SPA is brewed with a juicy and boisterous blend of hops including Chinook, Amarillo, and Cascade. SPA begins with a bouquet of citrus and peach aromas, then leads to a refreshing orange and grapefruit-like dryness, with just a kiss of sweetness on the finish.
AROMA: A largely citric and piney blast of hop aromas greet you. Resinous qualities of fresh leaf hops abound and really drive the aroma of this beer.
TASTE: Your first sip will awake your taste buds with some spicy hop qualities. The finish of the beer is quite dry which allows the hop flavor and intensity to build. Your next sip will confirm these flavors are large and in charge of this beer.
HopsAmarillo, Cascade, Chinook, Centennial, CTZ, Simcoe
Original Gravity1.052
ABV6%
All these beers paired with our house made Beef,lamb, or Pork Bacon.
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Salmon-Safe IPA at Hopworks Urban Brewpub
Aug
25
12:00 PM12:00

Salmon-Safe IPA at Hopworks Urban Brewpub

Press Release

Portland, Oregon ...  On August 25th, Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) the first-ever brewery to certify it’s brewery site as "Salmon-Safe," presents the inaugural Salmon-Safe IPA Festival at its SE Powell location. The Salmon-Safe IPA Festival is the first festival of it's kind, bringing together 21 craft breweries from around the country - large and small - to make hop-forward beers that are all brewed with Salmon-Safe certified ingredients.

Salmon-Safe is an ecolabel certification that works with farmers and developers to reduce watershed impacts through third-party accountability. Beers in the Salmon-Safe IPA Festival are brewed with ingredients sourced from farms committed to protecting clean water and biodiversity in Northwest agricultural watersheds, which are essential for native fish populations.  

The Salmon-Safe IPA Festival will be divided into two sessions. Session #1 is an all-ages session that runs from 12-4 pm, and Session #2 is 21+ and runs from 5-9 pm. Each ticket package costs $25 and comes with 10 drink tickets, an order of HUB's world-famous pretzels, a HUB 10th anniversary chalice and a raffle ticket for prizes from various Salmon-Safe certified businesses. Each session has only 400 tickets available and the event is expected to sell out. All proceeds from this event benefit the environmental nonprofit Salmon-Safe.

In between sessions, HUB has lined up engaging panel discussions with Salmon-Safe certified partners to discuss why Salmon-Safe certification matters and how breweries and farmers are working together to keep our waterways and our planet healthy.

“We are excited that more than 20 of our industry friends are joining us in brewing original IPAs using ingredients that help protect our beautiful planet,” said Christian Ettinger, HUB’s Brewmaster and Founder. “The relationship between clean and abundant water and great beer is something to protect and celebrate.”

Dan Kent, the executive director of Salmon-Safe added, “The Salmon-Safe IPA Festival is a powerful way to encourage more breweries to source certified hops and malt while educating consumers on the simple choices that we can make for clean rivers and healthy watersheds. With more than 70 crops grown using practices that protect rivers and local salmon and more than 300 supermarkets featuring Salmon-Safe labeled products, the chance to make a positive impact can happen in many places -- including the brewhouse, at the farm level, and at the store.”

Participating breweries include:

  • Aslan Brewing Company – Bellingham, WA
  • Baerlic Brewing – Portland, OR
  • Bale Breaker Brewing Company – Yakima, WA
  • Breakside Brewing – Portland, OR
  • Crux Fermentation Project – Bend, OR
  • Culmination Brewing – Portland, OR
  • Deschutes Brewery – Bend, OR
  • Ex Novo Brewing Co. – Portland, OR
  • Fort George Brewery – Astoria, OR
  • Fremont Brewing – Seattle, WA
  • Gigantic Brewing – Portland, OR
  • Hopworks Urban Brewery – Portland, OR
  • Matchless Brewing – Tumwater, WA
  • New Belgium Brewing Company – Fort Collins, CO
  • Quirk Brewing – Walla Walla, WA
  • Sierra Nevada Brewing Company – Chico, CA
  • Stoup Brewing – Seattle, WA
  • Trap Door Brewing – Vancouver, WA
  • Widmer Brothers Brewery – Portland, OR
  • Worthy Brewing – Bend, OR
  • Yachats Brewing – Yachats, OR

Salmon-Safe IPA Festival Details

  • Saturday, August 25, 2018
  • Session 1: 12-4 pm (all ages)
  • Panel talks: 4-5 pm (Panels with limited beer releases, separate admission)
  • Session 2: 5-9 pm (21+)

Where: Hopworks Urban Brewery - 2944 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97202.]

Tickets: $25 in advance | $30 at the door | $5 for the panel talks.Tickets are available now at: http://salmonsafeipafest.com

Parking: Due to the festival location in the brewery parking lot, festival goers will need to park on adjacent streets in the surrounding neighborhood. Festival parking is not available in HUB’s parking lot.

About Hopworks Urban Brewery
Hopworks Urban Brewery creates world-class beer and food with sustainable business practices that protect the environment and inspire the community. Utilizing organic malts and a combination of locally-sourced, organic, and Salmon Safe hops, the company’s 20-barrel brewery in Portland, and 7-barrel brewery in Vancouver, produce 13,500 barrels of beer and cider a year for HUB’s brewpubs and distribution throughout the West. Hopworks is a family-owned and operated business, the first Certified B Corporation brewery in the Pacific Northwest, a member of 1% For The Planet, and a gold-level bike friendly business.

About Salmon-Safe
Salmon-Safe has become one of the nation’s leading ecolabels with more than 95,000 acres of farm and urban lands certified in Oregon, Washington, California and British Columbia. Through our peer-reviewed certification and accreditation program, we are leading a market-based movement to transition to farming and urban development practices that protect water quality, maintain watershed health and restore habitat. More information at: https://salmonsafe.org

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Tavour presents Puppies & Pints at Tavour
Aug
25
3:00 PM15:00

Tavour presents Puppies & Pints at Tavour

Join Tavour for our 2nd Annual Puppies & Pints Open House Tasting event!

All tickets sales and donations will benefit Homeward Pet and their mission to give homeless animals a second chance.

Bring your pupper and sample incredible rare beer from the independent breweries you love.

 

Event features:

Silent Auction

Treats & Swag for your pooch

Food Truck *for the humans

 

-Current members get souvenir tasting glass upon entry

-Ticket required for entry

-21+ only

 

More details and beer list will be posted on the Facebook event page as we get closer!

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35th Anniversary at Coopers Alehouse
Aug
25
3:00 PM15:00

35th Anniversary at Coopers Alehouse

Saturday Aug. 25th Coopers Alehouse "Seattle's Original Alehouse" We are celebrating our 35th anniversary and have a bunch of Breweries coming in to help us celebrate. Hales, Georgetown, Diamond Knot, Maritime, Boundary Bay, Deschutes, New Belgium, and Sierra Nevada. 

We open at noon and will be doing a BBQ party. the breweries are scheduled to show up around 3pm. We will be giving away a bunch of swag from the bar and featured breweries. 
Hales is working with us to brew a very limited (1 keg) IPA for our celebration, And Diamond Knot is also Doing a single keg of a special dry hopped version of their industrial IPA. 
For the most part from each of the featured breweries we will pouring one of their original beers and one of their newer products. Every brewery being featured has been around for 15+ years. 

and for any non-beer drinkers we will have Happy Hour drink prices all day long $3 Wells. Cheers!!!

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Brews for Avenues at Leftbank Annex
Aug
25
5:00 PM17:00

Brews for Avenues at Leftbank Annex

Press Release

PORTLAND, OREGON: ... Brews for New Avenues – the largest craft beer fundraiser in the world – has announced some of the amazing live auction packages that will be featured at their seventh annual event scheduled for August 25th at Portland’s Leftbank Annex. Attendees at last year’s event saw a single bottle of Cantillon go for more than $8,000, and this year’s packages are sure to be part of another record-breaking year for Brews for New Avenues.  Since its inception, the event has raised more than $500,000 for programs serving young people experiencing or at-risk of homelessness.

This year’s live auction packages include rare lambic bottles as well as exclusive beer-centered trips and experiences; some of the most anticipated packages featured are:

  • A one-of-a-kind 9-bottle set of Gueuzerie Tilquin’s Fruited Lambics; an extremely small size of each batch was made and have only been available to taste at events & festivals.
  • A bottle of Bokkereyder’s Oma – Salmanazer, a special blend made just for this event.
  • Rare bottles from Cantillon including a Lou Pepe Kriek 2010 – Jeroboam , Fou’Foune 2017 – Jeroboam, and Menu Pineau.
  • A trip for two to Brussels and experience with Belgian brewery 3 Fonteinen
  • A trip for two to Austin, Texas to visit Jester King Brewery.
  • Special brewer’s experiences with Oregon’s pFriem Family Brewers and Great Notion Brewing.

“We are excited about this year’s line-up of auction items and overwhelmed by the generosity of the beer community,” says Jessica Elkan, New Avenues for Youth’s Director of Development & Communications. “Whether you’re a beer collector or just love great craft beer, Brews provides a unique opportunity for folks to support an important cause – ending youth homelessness – and we can’t wait for this year’s event!”

In addition to the live auction, Brews for New Avenues features a silent auction of rare and large format bottles, artisan food, live music from “The Kinky Brothers,” and craft beer from over 50 different local, national and international breweries.  Guests are also able to purchase mystery bottles from the famous 1,000-bottle Wall of Beer, as well as special limited releases and collaborations from Bokkereyder, De Garde Brewing, Great Notion Brewing, Gueuzerie Tilquin, and Upright Brewing.

General admission tickets are available at www.brewsfornewavenues.org. For more information, including sponsorship and donation opportunities, email brews@newavenues.org.

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About New Avenues for Youth

New Avenues for Youth is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and intervention of youth homelessness. Since 1997, our programs and services have impacted more than 20,000 young people as they work to overcome barriers, pursue their goals, and realize their potential. From supporting basic needs like meals and counseling to providing opportunities for education, job training, employment, and housing, we meet youth where they are—and help them get where they want to go.

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Release Night Matchless' "Sleeveless in Seattle IPA" at Brouwer's Cafe
Aug
30
6:00 PM18:00

Release Night Matchless' "Sleeveless in Seattle IPA" at Brouwer's Cafe

What if some beer you never met; some beer you never saw; some beer you never knew; was the only beer for you?

We think we might have a match(less) for you. The crew at Bottleworks and Brouwer’s will be heading down to Tumwater to brew a nice, juicy IPA that’s as easy to enjoy on your houseboat on Lake Union as it is in your garage in the south sound.

We’ll be having a special can release of our and Matchless’ collabro-ation IPA – Sleeveless in Seattle at Bottleworks on August 30th. We’ll be hosting Matchless at Brouwer’s starting at 6pm, where you’ll be able to try SiS on draft along with some other, fine Matchless brews.

As per our recommendation, Sleeveless in Seattle tastes best cold, in the Summer, while wearing a shirt without sleeves; or, warm, in the winter, while wearing a shirt without sleeves; or, lightly chilled, in the Fall, while wearing a shirt without sleeves… all right, drink it how you want except you just don’t need those constricting shirt sleeves while enjoying this beer… they just get in the way of those partially tanned guns, anyhow.

Tentative Draftlist:

Sleeveless in Seattle

Regal Lager Version 2

Camo Hat Pale Ale

Shared Table Saison

Blueberry Sour

Cherry Sour

Sunshine Day Dreaming DIPA

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Seattle FC Pub Crawl with Fremont, Silver City, & Georgetown
Sep
1
11:00 AM11:00

Seattle FC Pub Crawl with Fremont, Silver City, & Georgetown

Press Releas

Silver City Brewery, Georgetown Brewing, and Fremont Brewing are ecstatic to announce partnership on this year's Seattle Sounders-focused pub crawl event to be held on Saturday, September 1st. Celebrating Seattle sports and the local pub culture, the event will see hundreds of thirsty Seattle soccer fans coming together in Pioneer Square over local craft beer at a variety of beloved establishments, culminating with participants attending the Sporting Kansas City at Sounders FC match en masse at CenturyLink Field, 1PM PT.

Inspired by the overwhelming popularity of Silver City Brewery’s annual Mariners Pub Crawl, which in 2018 had nearly 600 attendees and 14 participating pubs, one of the most frequent points of feedback was a desire for a similar, Sounders-focused event. In October of 2017, the first annual "Seattle FC Pub Crawl" was held with a host of several local breweries. The event was a blast, so we've decided to do it again-- this year with our friends at Georgetown Brewing and Fremont Brewing.


Tickets to the Seattle Soccer Pub Crawl go on sale July 6th at 4:00pm for $45/each. Price includes a ticket to the match as well as an exclusive t-shirt commemorating the pub crawl, with all three participating brands represented. When purchasing, attendees will choose their “home brewery” where they will have the option to check-in early and pick up their swag in the days leading up to the event.

An option will also be available for season ticket holders that excludes the game ticket but provides the commemorative shirt and pub passport. These are available for $25.

The pub crawl will commence at 11:00am on Saturday, September 1st. If participants have not already checked-in, they will be able to pick up their game tickets and t-shirts at a designated location to be announced. From there, attendees will be able to visit over a dozen locations throughout Pioneer Square, all featuring beverages by Georgetown, Fremont, and Silver City Brewery. A pub passport will be provided that lists the participating pubs, as well as a map of which brands are being poured at each location. Attendees are encouraged to partake responsibly and choose a “top few” locations to visit. Visiting every single location is not mandatory, nor encouraged.

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The Upper Lip Beer Symposium hosts Industry Growth & Future at The Upper Lip
Sep
9
2:00 PM14:00

The Upper Lip Beer Symposium hosts Industry Growth & Future at The Upper Lip

For our third edition of the Beer Symposium, the topic will focus on the future of the craft beer industry. The Upper Lip will host Van Havig (Gigantic Brewing), Sarah Pederson (Saraveza), Jeff Alworth (Beervana), and Elise Spitzer (Shelton Brothers) to talk about the craft beer industry's growth potential and what their predictions are for the future.

Moderated by Advanced Cicerone® Ryan Spencer, the discussion series focuses on a particular subject each gathering. The goal of these talks is to share some of the knowledge and opinions industry veterans have gained over the years through an open panel discussion.

Each seminar features a unique list curated to drive home some of the topics discussed by the panel. Attendees of the event will get an opportunity to participate in a thirty minute Q&A session at the end of the discussion.

The price of entry is $10 and includes two of the six featured beers on draft during the symposium. Tickets are available online or can be purchased in-store at either Bailey's Taproom or The Upper Lip.

Space is limited so please reserve your tickets sooner than later. We look forward to seeing you!

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Ultimate Everett IPA Showdown at Crucible Brewing Company
Sep
12
6:00 PM18:00

Ultimate Everett IPA Showdown at Crucible Brewing Company

You're invited to our signature Everett Beer Week event: What's more Everett than an IPA? Join us for a battle royale showcasing all of our awesome Everett breweries as each brings their favorite IPA for your sipping pleasure. Use our online poll to decide the winner! Win some sweet Everett Beer Week swag! Hang with your favorite local brewers! Can you tell we're excited?!
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Hops on the Rock: Orcas Island Beer Fest at Prune Alley
Nov
10
11:00 AM11:00

Hops on the Rock: Orcas Island Beer Fest at Prune Alley

Taste your favorite microbrews, explore new ones, and hobnob with brew folk at the Orcas Island Beer Fest. More than a dozen small artisan breweries from around the Northwest will tap their kegs under a heated tent on Prune Alley (so named for the historic fruit orchards that used to stand on this site) in the heart of the charming village of Eastsound on Orcas Island. There will be tasty local food to catch all that delicious beer and live music to sip to. 

The Hops on the Rock festival is literally shutting down the streets of Eastsound to host a weekend of drinking, dancing and NovemBEER events all across  Orcas Island. Live music, local food, and 20+ local breweries from around the region will be in attendance for a destination beer festival like no other. Breweries attending will include Aslan, Georgetown & Black Raven Brewing - among others - who will be showcasing their talents alongside local chefs and the sounds of Bellingham’s hometown heroes, Babycakes.

Admission is free for guests under 21 years of age, but access to festivities will be limited to our live music and food vendor areas.
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Tap Takeover with Reuben's Brews at Beveridge Place Pub
Aug
16
6:00 PM18:00

Tap Takeover with Reuben's Brews at Beveridge Place Pub

No, really! 
A FULL tap takeover of ALL 36 TAPS! Plus a cask on the bartop!
That’s more Reuben’s Brews beer than they have on at the brewery!
Why? Why not?! No one else ever does a TRUE tap takeover, so we challenged the crew at Reuben's and they answered!
They’re sending an amazing cornucopia of fermented delights, 
from Gose and Sours to IPA (lots of IPA!) to Porter and Barleywine!
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Ecliptic + Modern Times Cosmic - Pineapple Hazy IPA release party at Tin Bucket
Aug
16
5:00 PM17:00

Ecliptic + Modern Times Cosmic - Pineapple Hazy IPA release party at Tin Bucket

Join the crew for the Portland release of this beer. Bottles will be available, along with tasty draft treats from both breweries.

More on Ecliptic Brewing's collaboration Hazy IPA with Modern Times Beer

Portland, Oregon. Earth ... Ecliptic Brewing has teamed with Modern Times Beer for their next Cosmic Collaboration.

John Harris, Ecliptic Brewing Owner and Brewmaster, hoped this collaboration would be a way of welcoming Modern Times to their Portland outpost. “I have enjoyed Modern Times Beer for a few years,” he says, “and when we learned that they were moving to town, I reached out to Jacob in San Diego to see if they were interested in teaming up.”

Hazy IPAs haven’t lost any momentum this year and in deciding what kind of beer to make the two breweries looked at ways to experiment with the popular style. John says, “I had mentioned pineapple with Mat Sandoval, Production Manager of the Belmont Fermentorium, when we were talking about what to make. Mat said we should definitely use Denali hops for their tropical qualities and almost pineapple like character.” The result is a Pineapple Hazy IPA brewed with Denali, Citra & Mosaic hops.

In addition to draft, this will be Ecliptic Brewing’s first release in 500ml bottles. According to Alaric Lawrence, Ecliptic’s Packaging Manager, “It’s an exciting time for us to step in a new direction with our packaged beer. Trends have shown that beer drinkers prefer bottles that are a true pint and easier to finish in one pour.”

About Ecliptic Brewing + Modern Times Pineapple Hazy IPA

Fresh pineapple coalesces with Denali, Citra & Mosaic hops for a citrusy, tropical party of astronomical proportions.

ABV 8.5%

For up to date details about the release events, visit Ecliptic Brewing’s Facebook event page, here.

About Ecliptic Brewing
Ecliptic Brewing is a venture from John Harris, an Oregon beer icon whose background is steeped in the state’s rich craft brewing history. The name Ecliptic unites Harris’ two passions: brewing and astronomy. As such, the brewery celebrates the Earth’s yearly journey around the sun through both its beer and restaurant menus. Executive Chef Michael Molitor rotates his seasonally inspired menu every six weeks in accordance with the old-world calendar. Harris’ signature beers include Starburst IPA, Orbiter IPA, Carina Peach Sour Ale and Capella Porter. For more information, visit: www.eclipticbrewing.com.

Ecliptic beers are available at the brewery (825 North Cook St), in bottle and on-tap throughout the area, and distributed by: Maletis Beverage (Portland, Salem, Vancouver WA), Bigfoot Beverage (Eugene, Bend, Coast), Fort George Distributing (Northern Oregon Coast), Summit Distribution (Southern Oregon), Click Distributing (Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Northern Idaho), Dickerson Distributing (Bellingham), Crooked Stave Artisans (Colorado), Freedom Distributors (North Carolina), and Graybeal (Eastern Oregon).

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Ecliptic + Modern Times Cosmic - Pineapple Hazy IPA release party at ABV Public House
Aug
15
6:00 PM18:00

Ecliptic + Modern Times Cosmic - Pineapple Hazy IPA release party at ABV Public House

Come hang out with the Ecliptic Brewing and Modern Times teams in Hillsboro! Compete in a paper rocket ship flying contest to win prizes.

More on Ecliptic Brewing's collaboration Hazy IPA with Modern Times Beer

Portland, Oregon. Earth ... Ecliptic Brewing has teamed with Modern Times Beer for their next Cosmic Collaboration.

John Harris, Ecliptic Brewing Owner and Brewmaster, hoped this collaboration would be a way of welcoming Modern Times to their Portland outpost. “I have enjoyed Modern Times Beer for a few years,” he says, “and when we learned that they were moving to town, I reached out to Jacob in San Diego to see if they were interested in teaming up.”

Hazy IPAs haven’t lost any momentum this year and in deciding what kind of beer to make the two breweries looked at ways to experiment with the popular style. John says, “I had mentioned pineapple with Mat Sandoval, Production Manager of the Belmont Fermentorium, when we were talking about what to make. Mat said we should definitely use Denali hops for their tropical qualities and almost pineapple like character.” The result is a Pineapple Hazy IPA brewed with Denali, Citra & Mosaic hops.

In addition to draft, this will be Ecliptic Brewing’s first release in 500ml bottles. According to Alaric Lawrence, Ecliptic’s Packaging Manager, “It’s an exciting time for us to step in a new direction with our packaged beer. Trends have shown that beer drinkers prefer bottles that are a true pint and easier to finish in one pour.”

About Ecliptic Brewing + Modern Times Pineapple Hazy IPA

Fresh pineapple coalesces with Denali, Citra & Mosaic hops for a citrusy, tropical party of astronomical proportions.

ABV 8.5%

For up to date details about the release events, visit Ecliptic Brewing’s Facebook event page, here.

About Ecliptic Brewing
Ecliptic Brewing is a venture from John Harris, an Oregon beer icon whose background is steeped in the state’s rich craft brewing history. The name Ecliptic unites Harris’ two passions: brewing and astronomy. As such, the brewery celebrates the Earth’s yearly journey around the sun through both its beer and restaurant menus. Executive Chef Michael Molitor rotates his seasonally inspired menu every six weeks in accordance with the old-world calendar. Harris’ signature beers include Starburst IPA, Orbiter IPA, Carina Peach Sour Ale and Capella Porter. For more information, visit: www.eclipticbrewing.com.

Ecliptic beers are available at the brewery (825 North Cook St), in bottle and on-tap throughout the area, and distributed by: Maletis Beverage (Portland, Salem, Vancouver WA), Bigfoot Beverage (Eugene, Bend, Coast), Fort George Distributing (Northern Oregon Coast), Summit Distribution (Southern Oregon), Click Distributing (Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Northern Idaho), Dickerson Distributing (Bellingham), Crooked Stave Artisans (Colorado), Freedom Distributors (North Carolina), and Graybeal (Eastern Oregon).

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"Hop August Nights - Community Block Party" at Growler Guys in Seattle
Aug
11
5:00 PM17:00

"Hop August Nights - Community Block Party" at Growler Guys in Seattle

Hop August Nights is a celebration of heat, sun and summer in Seattle. For our biggest event of the year we’ll increase our taps from 60 to 72(!) to bring you and your friends fresh craft beer.  We'll fence-off the parking lot, add a professional stage and have a FREE concert featuring 4 great bands, 5 killer food trucks and 8 breweries. It’s family-friendly until 6pm, then 21+ and up afterwards. Expect extra games, activities and entertainment. For the kiddos we will have local musician Eli Rosenblatt, an ice cream station, face painting, balloon artists, a movie playing on our 9 foot screen and even a supervised wading pool to keep cool! In the evening, we will have music from Moonlight Remedy and Headwaves, a tarot card reader, buskers and a chill DJ spinning til 1am. During the day, local charities and community groups we work with will have tables. So grab your family, tell your friends and escort your friendly doggy to join us for NE Seattle’s very own Community Block Party. Feel free to bring a favorite lawn chair.
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5th Anniversary at Rooftop Brewing Company
Aug
11
to Aug 12

5th Anniversary at Rooftop Brewing Company

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Seattle, WA, July 23, 2018– Rooftop Brew Co. is excited to celebrate our 5th anniversary and invites you to party with us and snag our special anniversary beer with the release of our Gateway Hazy Pale - our first ever release in cans!

Come celebrate 5 years of good beer and good friends at our tap room, 1220 W. Nickerson St., on Saturday, August 11 from 12pm - 12am. We will be featuring an expanded tasting room using the parking lot next door (thanks to our friends at Greenhome Solutions), food from SoSo Good and Seoul Bowl, ice cream and treats from Sweet Alchemy, cornhole tournaments, a photo booth as well as live music all day long! This will be an all ages event with face painting and sidewalk chalk for the little ones.

In addition, we are delighted to release our first ever beer in cans with our Gateway Hazy Pale! Easy to drink and full of citrus flavor and aroma, this is Rooftop’s “hoppy” beer for people who “don’t like hoppy beers,” designed to help you appreciate the hops without all of the bitterness. We are commemorating the release with Gateway t-shirts, glasses and koozies.

We can’t wait to celebrate the last 5 years with you and toast to the next 5 years and beyond!

Music from:
  • School of Rock House Bands

  • Your Favorite Friend

  • American Island

...

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3rd Annual Sour Tummy at Edison City Alehouse
Aug
11
to Aug 12

3rd Annual Sour Tummy at Edison City Alehouse

12 taps of the finest sour beer we can get our hands on! Food truck will also be here to satisfy all you hungry critters.

These are what we believe to be the most promising, high-interest events of Tacoma Beer week thus far. TBW is an entirely volunteer-driven event, and your support means the world to us!

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Brewery Historian Ron Pattinson at Foggy Noggin
Aug
10
6:00 PM18:00

Brewery Historian Ron Pattinson at Foggy Noggin

Ron Pattinson is officially returning to Foggy Noggin for a Historical Beer Event.  Ron's previous visit in 2014, sold out (standing room only) and 30 beer enthusiasts were captivated during the evening with Ron's gifted story telling and historical beer knowledge.

Ron Pattinson is the quintessential authority on historical beer.  He has written countless books about beer and the history of beer.  His visits to archives has discovered many historical recipes just waiting to be re-created.  Ron posts daily on this blog Shut Up About Barclay Perkins - http://barclayperkins.blogspot.com/, which is always informational and entertaining.  A daily dose of Ron is always a highlight in everyone's day.  He is a exceptional Master of Ceremonies and mesmerizes the audience with his wit, stories and knowledge.  

Friday - August 10th (6pm - 8:30pm) - Scotch Ale Historical Beer Tasting with Ron Pattinson at Foggy Noggin Brewing (Bothell, WA)

Take the journey tasting 6 historical Scottish Ales with a story behind each beer told by British Beer Historian Ron Pattinson. Everyone attending will get two 10 ounce event tasting glasses for use at the event at to take home to cherish forever.

Only 50 spots available for this event of a lifetime. For an enhanced experience, grab one of our limited VIP options, which includes the event plus:
VIP#1 - only 6 spots - having a beer before the event with Ron, then you will be in the right mindset to enjoy the main event.
VIP#2 - only 6 spots - having a beer after the event with Ron, after the amazing event you can wind down with Ron.

Tickets can be purchased at this link - https://squareup.com/store/foggy-noggin-brewing

Bring your Ron Pattinson books to get signed. You can order them on line - http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/andrewsblag - his book titled Scotland! Vol. 2 would be perfect reading before the event.

Carpooling encouraged and Uber transportation suggested, since these beer are higher ABV. Bring your own chair to be comfortable.

21+

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Anniversary Party with Three Creeks at Belmont Station
Aug
6
5:00 PM17:00

Anniversary Party with Three Creeks at Belmont Station

Join us in wishing Three Creeks a happy 10th birthday, and maybe even win a prize for yourself! We will be selling bottles of their 10th Anniversary Double IPA in the bottle shop, and on draft, along with their Stonefly Session Ale, in the Biercafe. Their rep, Felicia, will be on site, giving away great Three Creeks stuff (including a gift certificate) for the celebration! Cheers to another decade for Three Creeks!
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Olympia Brew Fest at Port Plaza
Aug
4
1:00 PM13:00

Olympia Brew Fest at Port Plaza

The Olympia Brew Fest is an annual summer beer festival that takes place at the Port Plaza in Olympia, WA. It features 30+ hand-picked, northwest breweries and over 60 different beers. Proceeds from the festival benefit the Thurston County Chamber Foundation Small Business Development (Incubator) Program. Come and celebrate Olympia's fine brewing heritage! The date for the 2018 Olympia Brew Fest is August 4.

Also, to answer the two most common questions we get:

  • The Liquor Control Board does not allow minors at the event, even if they are designated drivers.
  • The venue owner does not allow pets, except documented service animals of course, at the festival.

Visit http://www.olybrewfest.com/about.php#breweries to learn if your favorite brewery is in attendance.

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Anniversary & Barrels Aged Beer Fest at Bailey's Taproom
Jul
28
12:00 PM12:00

Anniversary & Barrels Aged Beer Fest at Bailey's Taproom

Press Release

It’s peak summer, everyone’s sun kissed from river trips & bike rides, the city explodes with life, it’s hot and all you want is a beer to beat the heat. This season in Portland is really an experience! July always brings Oregon Craft Beer Month, coinciding with the classic waterfront event, the Oregon Brewer’s Festival. It’s become a tradition for us here at Bailey’s Taproom to simultaneously celebrate our birthday the same weekend… we pull out the big guns, too! This year’s 11th Anniversary Party is no different!

The city granted us street access which allows us to connect Bailey’s Taproom to The Upper Lip for the day so patrons can roam freely between two stories of our Barrel-Aged Beer bonanza. We’ll also debut this year’s Anniversary Ale, a special blend from our good friends in Seattle, Reuben’s Brews! Their brewing team masterfully blended a Red Wine Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout with a Bourbon Barrel-Aged Belgian Strong Dark on cherries for a luscious beverage that’s sure to please.

Access to all 28 Barrel-Aged beers is free, 21+, and goes from Noon – 11pm on Saturday, July 28th. Don’t worry, we’ll have plenty of thirst-quenching beers on, too!

Thank you all for 11 years of beers, good times, & cheers! See you there.

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Red, White & Brew 2018 at Fisher Pavillion
Jul
27
7:00 PM19:00

Red, White & Brew 2018 at Fisher Pavillion

 image sourced from Eventbrite.

image sourced from Eventbrite.

Join us at the tasting event of the summer: Red, White and Brew! Sip and sample from the top award winning Washington wineries and breweries under the sun at Seattle Center.

Now in its seventh year, the event honors the winning wineries showcased in Seattle magazine’s Washington Wine Awards selected by a panel of the top local sommeliers and wine professionals. PLUS, back by popular demand Red, White & Brew will also feature the winners from Seattle magazine's second annual Beer Awards.

*PLUS! Proceeds from the event will go to University District Food Bank. Want even more ways to contribute? Bring a nonperishable food item or make a donation to enter to win the Red, White & Brew prize package with all proceeds going to University District Food Bank!

DON'T MISS THE TASTING EVENT OF THE SUMMER!

TICKETS INCLUDE

>>Tastings from more than 60 award winning wineries and breweries

>>Bites from Seattle magazine's favorite local restaurants and food trucks

>>Fun music and fabulous views of the Space Needle and Seattle Center Fountain

>>Be the first to taste Seattle magazine's Washington Wine Awards and Beer Awards winners

PARTICIPATING WINERIES - MORE COMING SOON! 
Abeja
Ambassador Wines of Washington
Andrew Will Winery
Avennia
Betz Family Winery
Canvasback
DeLille Cellars
DenHoed Wine Estates
Dusted Valley
EFESTE
Forgeron Cellars
Guardian Cellars
INTRINSIC
Kerloo Cellars
Kevin White Winery
Lauren Ashton Cellars
Long Shadows Vintners
Northstar
PepperBridge Winery & Amavi Cellars
Savage Grace Wines
Syncline Winery
Tenet Wines
The Walls
Tranche
Treveri Cellars
Two Vintners
Upchurch Vineyard
Woodward Canyon

PARTICIPATING BREWERIES - MORE COMING SOON!
Chainline Brewing Company
Elliott Bay Brewing Co. 
Fremont Brewing
Icicle Brewing Company
Matchless Brewing
Pike Brewing Company
Redhook Brewery
Seapine Brewing Company
Silver City Brewery
Stoup Brewing
Sumerian Brewing Co. 
Two Beers Brewing Co. 
Urban Family Brewing
Wander Brewing

PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS - MORE COMING SOON! 
Ethan Stowell Restaurants
Shaker + Spear
Palace Kitchen
Patxis Pizza

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Reuben's Brews 6th Anniversary Celebration at Brouwer's Cafe
Jul
23
3:30 PM15:30

Reuben's Brews 6th Anniversary Celebration at Brouwer's Cafe

From his humble beginnings as a garage homebrewer, thanks to a thoughtful gift from his son, Reuben, Adam Robbins has always looked to create the best brews he could. After using family, friends, and strangers to test his recipes – and winning a silver medal at a national homebrew competition – he embarked on his own full-time beer journey alongside his wife, Grace, and brother-in-law, Mike.

That was 6 years ago, and by all accounts, he has been incredibly successful in both the local and national beer scene. He has gone from a small 7-barrel brewhouse tucked away in Ballard, to two brewhouses, 15-barrel and 30-barrel, capable of upwards of 13,000 gallons of beer a year. That’s enough beer to quench the immense thirst of Washington drinkers.

The team at Reuben’s has been heavily involved in the community since the inception of the brewery. It has been a point of pride for them to be good stewards and friends of their fellow neighborhood residents. You can frequently find Reuben’s beers at almost every beer festival or other community gathering where fine beer is poured.

We’ve always been huge fans of the work they do in Ballard and in 2015, they created Gobsmacked, an amazing IIPA, for our tenth anniversary. More recently, we have been partnering with them to produce Triumvirate, our double-gold medal winning house beer, for over two years now. We couldn’t be happier to have the relationship we do with the team at Reuben’s and we are excited to be able to celebrate their 6th Anniversary with them. Come out on August 3rd to congratulate Adam and the rest of the family on six years of making bloody good beer.
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McMenamins presents Sundown Grand Ol' Country Festival at Grand Lodge
Jul
22
1:00 PM13:00

McMenamins presents Sundown Grand Ol' Country Festival at Grand Lodge

 image courtesy McMenamins Brewing Company

image courtesy McMenamins Brewing Company

Fixin’ to don your boots and find a line dancing partner? Well, ya should! McMenamins second annual Sundown Grand ol’ Country Festival takes place Sunday, July 22 at Grand Lodge in Forest Grove, and it’s gonna be fun!

A handful of local and nationally renowned country, bluegrass and Americana artists will perform across two stages on the Grand Lodge’s sprawling green lawn.

In addition to the lively tunes, visitors can join hand-in-hand for free line dancing lessons and get some retail therapy with handmade crafts from local artisans including hand-tooled leather products, jewelry and vintage garments.

A complete schedule of artists, stage times and info about the vendors are included below.

MAIN STAGE ON THE LAWN:

  • 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. Caleb Caudle
  • 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Bastards Sons of Johnny Cash
  • 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. Los Supremos De Los Hermanos Flores
  • 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Jenny Don’t and the Spurs
  • 7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. Cloverdayle

AMERICANA STAGE AT PAT’S CORNER:

  • 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. Silver Lake 66
  • 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Jawbone Flats
  • 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. The Lonesomes
  • 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Connie Jo Collins, CJ’s Country Dance Instruction

GARAGE DOOR:

  • 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. Gary Bennett and the Coattail Riders
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"Hop Around West Seattle" at participating locations
Jul
22
12:00 PM12:00

"Hop Around West Seattle" at participating locations

Hop around West Seattle's best beer bars!  Show up at any of the three participating locations from 12-5pm on July 22nd and we'll shuttle you around between the 3 bars.  Shuttles will come/go every 30 minutes and ticket includes a pint or flight at each location.

Tickets can be purchased online OR day-of event at any of the 3 locations.

Online tickets must be purchased by July 21st at 11:59pm.
For tickets purchased online:  you will receive an email confirmation for your ticket purchase. Print/show this confirmation at your starting location on July 22nd, anytime from 12-5pm.

Included with your ticket is: 

  1. A beer at each of the locations
  2. A complimentary shuttle from location to location
  3. A souvenir Hop Around pint glass!
  4. *For $10 more. A Hop Around T-shirt

Besides each location featuring the official beer of "Hop Around West Seattle" Seapine Brewing's Hop Around IPA, each location will feature unique beers as well as the opportunity to enjoy flights instead of pints. 

For more information, including tickets, visit https://www.hoparoundwestseattle.com/details/.

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Cornhole for a Cause at Beardslee Public House
Jul
22
10:00 AM10:00

Cornhole for a Cause at Beardslee Public House

Join Chef John Howie for the first annual Kick Hunger Challenge Cornhole Tournament. Show off your throwing skills, indulge in corny food ($1 corn dogs) and compete for a chance to win one of three tournament prizes. Win or lose, every player will take home a John Howie Restaurant swag bag.

Tournament will be conducted via bracket play – four teams per division and each team is guaranteed at least 3 games. The best record will move up to the next round. The tournament will be capped at 48 teams, so purchase tickets in advance to guarantee your spot.

Every team ticket sold will enable Food Lifeline to provide 200 meals to hungry neighbors in Western Washington.

Event Details:
Saturday, July 22nd
10:00 am    Check in
11:00 am    Play begins
3:30 pm      Tournament Ends

Tickets: 21+ only; $50 for team of two – purchase in advance at https://cornholeforacause.brownpapertickets.com

Beardslee Public House
19116 Beardslee Boulevard in Bothell

Prizes:
1st – 2 (one each) $100. Gift cards to BPH
2nd- 2 (one each) $50. Gift cards to BPH
3rd – 2 (one each) $25. Gift cards to BPH

All players receive a John Howie Restaurants swag bag ($35 value)

What is the Kick Hunger Challenge?
The Taste of the NFL's Kick Hunger Challenge is a friendly fundraising competition between all 32 NFL teams to raise money for food banks nationwide. All Seattle team proceeds go to Food Lifeline, Washington State’s largest hunger relief network.

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PNA Summer Taste at the Phinney Neighborhood Association
Jul
21
4:00 PM16:00

PNA Summer Taste at the Phinney Neighborhood Association

Come fishing for good beer! Enjoy ten tastes from your favorite 30+ local microbreweries and cideries, plus pub snacks, in the summer sun. At this fun, laid-back event, you can meet the people behind your favorite brews, chat with fellow enthusiasts, and enjoy an afternoon of delicious beverages. Proceeds support the Phinney Neighborhood Association's nonprofit programs for kids, seniors and community. www.phinneycenter.org/summerbeer
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McMenamins School Summer School Brewfest at Anderson School
Jul
21
3:00 PM15:00

McMenamins School Summer School Brewfest at Anderson School

Head to school in late July of every year for this education in local brews. Its debut in 2017 featured 59 handcrafted ales and 8 ciders from McMenamins and local guest breweries and cideries – McMenamins’ biggest brewfest offering yet!

It’s free admission and entertainment; go on a brewery tour, and jam to multiple bands playing live music outdoors. Just pace yourself with all these tasters!

Ever wanted to the roam the halls of a school, while sipping on something a principal or teacher might expel you for? Then how about a visit to Anderson School for their Summer School Brewfest. On Saturday, July 21st, McMenamins' Anderson School hosts an event featuring live music, drinks and of course food at one of three pubs onsite at McMenamins' Anderson School. 

For more information or to add this to your calendar, visit https://www.mcmenamins.com/events/183164-2nd-annual-anderson-summer-school-brewfest. 

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Summer Brewfest along the Boardwalk
Jul
20
4:00 PM16:00

Summer Brewfest along the Boardwalk

Press Release

The Washington Beer Commission is proud to announce the amazing beer list for the 7th annual Bremerton Summer BrewFest, Saturday, July 20 - 21, on the Boardwalk in downtown Bremerton. The event will feature 36 Washington Breweries pouring more than 120 creative, summer style brews, a wide variety of fruit-infused ales, and some very popular flagship beers.

Join us on Friday, July 20th, from 4pm - 9pm or Saturday, July 21st, from noon - 6:30pm.

Bremerton Summer BrewFest tickets and complete event information available now at washingtonbeer.com. Tickets are just $20 in advance or $25 at the door. The event will take place at the scenic waterfront location and will also feature live music and great food, all within 5-minute walking distance from the Bremerton/Seattle Ferry Terminal.

This annual craft beer festival is presented by the Washington Beer Commission and is a terrific opportunity for beer lovers to sample some of the delicious craft beer creations from some of the state's finest brewers. Here is a list or the Washington Breweries and their unique offerings for this tasty event:

2018 Bremerton Summer BrewFest - Beer List

 

 

192 Brewing-Kenmore

1) Shticky Blonde Ale (6.75% ABV)

Kolsch style Pilsen inspired ale with addition of wild honey.

2) Happy Dance Hef (5.5% ABV)

A bright, citrus, and flavorful American Wheat beer.

3) Jam Session TIPA

Blueberry jam infused tripple IPA.

4) Shed Light (3.5% ABV)

A NW craft twist on an American standard light styled ale.


7 Seas Brewing-Tacoma

1) Rude Parrot Single IPA (5.9% ABV/ 75 IBU)

Loud, sassy, and relentless, the Rude Parrot has an insatiable appetite for hops! Brewed with

Vienna, light Crystal, and a touch of Honey malt, this golden hued IPA is aggressively hopped

with Simcoe and Citra hops. A big juicy, tropical fruit, citrusy hop aroma yields way to an off

dry, pleasantly bitter finish.

2) 7 Seas Pilsner (5.2% ABV/ 32 IBU)

This NW Pilsner pays homage to those local brewers who came long before us, a shout-out to

our home, the 253. Our NW spin on a classic pilsner-style lager. Brewed with NW Pale and

Pilsner malt, hopped with Sterling and Cascade, this brew is 100% Washington. An extremely

refreshing, dry, and crisp authentic Pilsner with that classic mineral, cracker like finish.

Executed with precision, patience, and care, yielding a truly premium Pilsner.

3) Cranberry Water Chopper Gose (4.8% ABV/ 7 IBU)

Brewed with 35% malted white wheat and German Pilsner malt, 7 Seas Gose is dry,

moderately sour, and extremely refreshing. Fermented with Lactobacillus (contributing a

tartness) in conjunction with our house ale strain, we’ve also added San Juan Island sea salt,

and a pinch of coriander as the Gose-style dictates. This batch was brewed specifically for the

Bremerton Summer Beer Fest and was conditioned with cranberries to add to the refreshing

edge of this sour and salty quencher.


Bad Bulldogs Brewery-Bremerton

1) Squishy Face Citra IPA (6.5% ABV/ 68 IBU)

Citra IPA brewed in Bremerton and named after the squishy faces of our French Bulldogs.

2) Chili Ale (6% ABV/ 22 IBU)

Cream Ale with 5 chilis. Oddly delicious, like a pepper garden in your mouth!

3) West Coast IPA (6.2% ABV/ 58 IBU)

True to the Northwest, this IPA is quite the crowd pleaser.

4) Imperial Stout (7.6% ABV/ 62 IBU)

Dark and delicious with a clean finish.

 

Bainbridge Brewing–Bainbridge Island

1) Windfall Grapefruit IPA (6% ABV/ 60 IBU)

Award winning Windfall Grapefruit IPA has six different hops (Cascade, Centennial, Crystal,

Mosaic, Azacca and Apollo) paired with delicious pink grapefruit oil, resulting in a delightfully

refreshing and citrusy IPA. Perfect for a hot Bremerton Beerfest! It was awarded the WA Beer

Awards 2016 Silver and 2017 Bronze.

2) Eh Tu, Bainbridge? (6.3% ABV/ 75 IBU)

Experimental Sandbox Series #8 is our version of an emerging beer style: Brut IPA. The idea

behind this beer is to make it as dry as possible like a “Hop Champagne,” allowing the hops to

take center-stage in a super light colored, crazy dry but not overly bitter beer. The mash

consisted of pilsner malt, corn and rye. Amarillo hops give their classic grapefruit character,

with tropical and blackberry notes coming from the Mosaic. Experimental hops HBC 342 gives

a rounded pleasant light citrus, tropical, and melon character. It's a very unique, scary

delicious, weirdo thing...

 

3) Kömmuter Kölsch (5% ABV/ 20 IBU)

Brewed in honor of the rain-huddled masses whose daily commute revolves around the WA

State Ferries, our award-winning Kommuter Kolsch is a light malty German-style ale brewed

like a lager with a bright clean taste. It’s a 2018 Gold Medal winner at the WA Brewers’

Choice Awards, and it won Sip Northwest awards in 2016 and 2017.


Brothers Cascadia Brewing-Vancouver

1) You Like 'A Da Juice - NE Style IPA (6.5% ABV)

You Like 'A Da Juice' is our rendition of a New England style IPA. Cloudy, lush, and extremely

refreshing, it starts off with a massive punch of juicy, citrusy hops. Bold aromas of orange,

tangerine, and tropical stone fruits envelope the senses, leading into a soft palate that is

fruity and balanced. Very low bitterness keeps this beer extremely sessionable, allowing all of

its other bold characteristics to stand out.

2) The People's Pilsner (5.5% ABV)

Traditional Czech style pilsner. This beer has a delightful fresh baked bread aroma

intermingled with gentle noble hop character. The beautiful floor malted barely we used

gives this beer awesome flavor while keeping it extremely easy to drink.


Cash Brewing Company-Silverdale

1) Top Spin Double IPA (9.1% ABV/ 90 IBU)

Topspin Double IPA balances rich malt flavor with Mosaic, Amarillo and Cascade Hops,

delivering notes of tropical fruit, floral and grapefruit. You will find no alcohol bite here, just a

smooth and drinkable Double IPA.

2) 9 Ball Citra Pale Ale (6.1% ABV/ 66 IBU)

A refreshing Citra Pale Ale balanced with rich 6-row malt and citra hops. A delicious

summertime favorite.

3) Board Track Belgian Dubbel (8.7 ABV/ 20 IBU)

Dubbel is a beer-style as classic as the idea of combining malt with hops, this tasty beer has

been brewed in Belgian monasteries for 1000 years. “Dubbel” or double in Flemish refers

to these beers high, or doubled, alcohol content. The high alcohol content is balanced with a

rich toffee-sweetness and finishes with the customary Belgian flavor profile of fresh banana

and cloves. Grab a Dubbel Header and taste some delicious beer history!

4) Colors Up Hefeweizen (5.4 ABV/ 11 IBU)

A refreshing American Hefeweizen. Brewed with wheat and specialty malts this beer has a

light, yet slightly malty flavor, with a hint of orange. The aroma is a spicy blend of Hallertau

hops and coriander. Enjoy anytime of year!


Chainline Brewing Company-Kirkland

1) Tune Up IPA (6.3% ABV)

A Vermont inspired IPA with hazy golden appearance and more hop flavor than you thought

possible. Citrus and Melon dominate this surprising smooth and easy drinking beer.

2) Polaris Pilsner (5.1% ABV)

A Fresh taste from an old standard. Polaris hops provide a unique, mint-like flavor while still

maintaining their Noble lineage. Bohemian malts and yeast provide the body you would

expect from this style Pilsner, while finishing a bit sweeter than its Teutonic counterpart.

2016 GABF Silver medalist

3) Frenetic Belgian IPA (8% ABV/ 73 IBU)

New hops out of South Africa, Southern Passion and African Queen, excite us to no end. Our

minds raced with the thoughts of passionfruit, dankness, currants, and berry flavors and

aromas we'd experience. Pairing these hops with a slightly spicy Belgian yeast and a malt bill

consisting of Pale/Vienna/Biscuit/Special B, Frenetic is an IPA that'll make you go manic as

well.


Der Blokken Brewery-Bremerton

1) Praetorian Pale

2) The Black Porter

3) Hop Magnum


Dirty Bucket Brewing Co.-Woodinville

1) Hefen' Pineapple (5.5% ABV)

A not so traditional German Hefeweizen. We have taken this traditional German favorite and

got rid of its purity. Made with fresh pineapple puree.

2) Raspberry Lambic (5.5% ABV)

Paxton isnt the only one who has a wild pitch. A wild yeast and trifecta bacteria approach.

Made with Fresh Raspberry puree a summertime favorite.

Randall through a fresh raspberries.

3) Not Yo' Honey (5% ABV)

This cream ale in collaboration with the Pink Boots Society is the perfect summer beer.

Whether you're floating down the river or on the boat. Made with locally sourced honey.

4) Fricken Dahty (6.4% ABV/ 44 IBU)

Our latest hazy IPA. The Fricken Dahty is New England style down to its name. A big juicy

made with three of Yakima's favorite hops. Amarillo, Simcoe and Citra


Dog Days Brewing-Bremerton

1) The Hefe Went Down to Georgia

Peach Hefeweizen

2) Razzle Dazzle

2018 Strangebrew Ale. Blue Raspberry Jolly Rancher Ale. And yes it is very BLUE.

3) FRIDAY ONLY - “The Dude” Coffee Cream Ale

With essence of vodka, inspired by the 20 yr anniversary of the release of The Big

Lebowski. The Dude abides!

4) SATURDAY ONLY - Bone Jour

Cucumber Saison

 

Downpour Brewing-Kingston

1) Eros Raspberry Sour (5% ABV)

2) El Dorado IPA (5.7% ABV)

3) Patty Cassaday's Irish Red (5.9% ABV)

4) Party on the Top Floor IIIPA ( 9.9% ABV)

 

Elysian Brewing Company-Seattle

1) Dayglow IPA (7.4% ABV/ 65 IBU)

A touch of wheat hazes the malt bill, softening this bright and crisp IPA. Dayglow is packed

with juicy hops featuring pineapple and tropical fruit flavors and aromas.

2) Superfuzz Blood Orange Pale Ale (6.4 ABV/ 45 IBU)

Is a mind-bending whirl of the aromas and flavors of blood orange and Northwest hops.

Orange Peel added to the whirlpool, and Blood Orange in the fermenter.


Fremont Brewing-Seattle

1) Summer Pale Ale (5.2% ABV/ 45 IBU)

Summer Ale is tangerine flower in a glass—endless days distilled into the sweet nectar of

barley and hops.

2) Lush India Pale Ale (7% ABV/ 80 IBU)

We bring this tropical treat to you as a gift from the Pacific Northwest. Lush is brewed with a

hand-selected blend of malts and lush, tropical hops reminiscent of lime, mango, and

guava…Because Beer Matters!

3) Brother Imperial IPA (8.55 ABV/ 1 Billion IBU)

This Brother is appropriately big, intimidating, and unbalanced with unrestrained quantities

of hops for a head slap of beery ferociousness.

4) Dark Star Imperial Oatmeal Stout (8.0% ABV/ 50 IBU)

Dark Star is a dark, mysterious yet silky oatmeal stout of grand proportions balanced by a

firm hop handshake...go ahead, enjoy the journey...Because Beer Journeys Matter!

5) Interurban Pina Colada Infused India Pale Ale (6.2% ABV/ 80 IBU)

Interurban India Pale Ale artfully infused with coconut and pineapple.

6) Citrus Summer Pale Ale (5.2% ABV/ 45 IBU)

Summer Ale artfully infused with blood orange and lime.

7) Brett Hazy IPA (7.0% ABV/ 60 IBU)

8) Thunder Kitty Hazy IPA (6.5% ABV/ 45 IBU)

Hazy IPA with Mosaic, Simcoe Cryo hops, Sorachi Ace and Citra.

9) Fruited Sour Weisse (4.0% ABV/ 10 IBU)

Fruited Sour Weisse. Tart and refreshing.

10) Barrel Aged Beer Rotator

 

Ghostfish Brewing Company-Seattle

1) Grapefruit IPA (5.5% ABV/ 85 IBU)

Powerfully bitter yet exceptionally complex, this citrus bomb is built around experimental

hop code-named "Experimental Grapefruit" and balanced with Cascade and Horizon hops.

2) Millennium IPA (8.5% ABV/ 75 IBU)

A West Coast Imperial IPA with a subtle red hue, slight malt sweetness and lingering hop

finish. Premium 2-Row Barley is the backbone, with Rye and White Wheat Malt, Sacchra 50,

and Crystal 75 rounding out the grain bill. A large initial dosing of Millennium Hops and two

Centennial Hop additions make this an easy drinking Imperial Ale.

3) Spring Thaw Amber Ale (8.3% ABV/ 40 IBU)

This American Amber is made to welcome in spring. Sweet Orange Peel, Cinnamon, Cloves,

All Spice, and Honey are added during the primary fermentation and again just before

kegging. Only available seasonally.


Harmon Brewing Co.-Tacoma

1) Harmon Flanders Red (5.8% ABV/ 18 IBU)

Aged for over two years in white wine oak aged barrels, gives this sour ale the perfect

combination of a tart beer with strong wine characteristics. With a strong wine aroma, the

intense mouthfeel on this make it a welcome surprise to your palate. We then infused this

beer with cherries to give it a sweeter balance

2) Orange Creamsicle Pale Ale (4.4% ABV/ 20 IBU)

We use special German malted barley to round out the grain bill in this clean and crisp pale

ale. Palisade and Cascade hops provide a balanced finish. Whole Madagascar vanilla beans

and orange are blended together, creating a wonderful creamsicle treat.

3) Harmon Hazy IPA (6% ABV/ 55 IBU)

Juicy, hazy, and hoppy. We used “new” school methods that give this beer a smooth mouth

feel. Hops were generously added to this beer to give it a hop forward taste, while keeping

the bitterness down. By hopping during fermentation, it gives the hops a smooth

mouthfeel. Hazy yeast was then added to highlight the fruity and juicy notes.

4) Harmon Bavarian Hefeweizen (5.2% ABV/ 18 IBU)

This classic Bavarian style Hefeweizen is brewed with German wheat, pilsner, and Munich

malts. A special Bavarian yeast brings it all together. Giving this beer notes of banana, fresh

ground wheat and cloves that come through on the nose and coat the palate. We’ve even

been told there are hints of bubblegum on this great beer.

 

Hood Canal Brewery-Kingston

1) Mt. Walker Wheat Ale (7.8% ABV)

Try our refreshing summer seasonal! A session ale with citrus hop aroma and wheat flavor

that linger on the tongue

2) Hoods Head Smoked Amber (5.5% ABV)

Everything you’d expect from an Amber Ale…medium bodied, smooth & deftly balancedwith

a twist; malted barley smoked with apple wood and alder. The result: nuanced smoky

goodness, perfect for sipping.

3) Termination Point Imperial IPA (7.8% ABV/ 90 IBU)

A showcase for hops..four NW hops are added at five stages of production for a full bodied

brew. A strong profile of deeply caramelized malt provides a strong foundation where the

hops take center stage. Enjoyable to a wide host of tastes.

4) Big Beef Oatmeal Stout (5% ABV)

Roasted barley & rolled oats make for a unique mouth feel with a dry finish & wonderful

flavor. Hallertau hops provide this creamy-headed ale with a fine balance.


Icicle Brewing–Leavenworth

1) Dark Persuasion German Chocolate Cake Ale (6.5% ABV/ 22 IBU)

2) Kickstand Citra Hop Pale Ale (4.8% ABV/ 50 IBU)

3) Bootjack IPA (6.5% ABV/ 64 IBU)

4) FRIDAY ONLY - Tres Hombres Amber Mexican Lager (5.0% ABV/ 18 IBU)

5) SATURDAY ONLY- Dirtyface Amber (5.0% ABV/ 21 IBU)

 

Illuminati Brewing Company-Bellingham

1) THRASHER (5.1% ABV/ 12 IBU)

GERMAN WEISSBIER

2) LONE GUNMAN (6.4% ABV/ 72 IBU)

SINGLE HOP IPA (feat. Mandarina Bavaria)

3) STORMBORN (8.1% ABV/ 19 IBU)

STRONG SCOTCH ALE

 

Jellyfish Brewing Company-Seattle

1) Smack IPA (7% ABV/ 70 IBU)

Smack is the term for a group of jellyfish. This IPA is very balanced with flavors of peaches,

pine and bright citrus.

2) Sour Suzie

Kettle sour with fruit additions (not sure on the fruit yet, current kettle sour is Strawberries

and Rose Hips)

3) Hydra Pils (5.3% ABV/ 46 IBU)

Hydra is a classic pilsner with a bright, crisp finish.

 

Kulshan Brewing Co.–Bellingham

1) Premium Lager (5% ABV)

Kulshan’s rendition of this classic American Style, Premium Lager is delicate, refreshing, and

highly crushable. Brewed with U.S. Malted Barley, German Pilsner malt, and Yakima Valley

Hops of the highest quality, this beer is neither overwhelming nor lacking in flavor; it is just

right.

2) Greenwood Summer Ale (5% ABV)

A refreshing Northwest Summer Ale with notes of citrus and tropical fruit.

3) Red Cap Ale (4.9% ABV)

Red Cap is a beer that gets along with just about everyone. Easy to drink yet full of flavor, it

showcases Munich Malt, Crystal Malt and Roasted Barley living in harmony with Willamette

and Golding hops. Medium in body and creamy on the pallet, it lingers pleasantly and has a

malty sweet finish.


LoveCraft Brewing Company-Bremerton

1) Ladies Series IPA

2) Olde Kitsap Saison (6.5 ABV)

Olde Kitsap is a pale Belgian beer, with very subtle hop notes. The natural esters of this style

bring aromas of orange zest and coriander, even though there are no spices added.

3) Lime IPA Randall

 

Mac and Jack's Brewery-Redmond

1) Sum' Shine Pale Ale

A Yummy Pale Ale

2) Resolution IPA

A Yummy India Pale Ale

3) Experimental Series IPA

A Yummy Experimental India Pale Ale

 

No-Li Brewhouse-Seattle

1) Big Juicy IPA (6.1% ABV/ 55 IBU)

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

platform for Citra, El Dorado, Belma and Azacca tropical and citrus flavors to shine. Mellow

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

2) Born & Raised IPA (5% ABV/ 40 IBU)

Bright & vibrant beer for summertime celebrations! This Zwicklerbier, an uncommon style, is

an unfiltered lager that balances crisp and elegant honey-like malt flavor with assertive, spicy

Sterling hop character.

3) Wrecking Ball Imperial Stout (9.5% ABV/ 100 IBU)

We pulled out all the stops on this big Imperial Stout. Five types of dark, roasted malt are

added to this beer to give it a complex flavor of coffee, chocolate and brown sugar. That

much maltiness requires plenty of hops for balance. Two large hop additions prevent the

dark malt from totally dominating this monster of a beer.

4) Red, White & No-Li Pale Ale (6.1% ABV/ 39 IBU)

A dry-hopped pale ale with bright citrus and melon notes, Red White & No-Li was originally

born out of the Red, White & No-Li Small Batch Festival that recognized and celebrated the

men & women of FairChild Air Force Base that serve and protect. It recognizes a culture that

gives and protects.


Rainy Daze Brewing–Silverdale

1) Evil One Double IPA (9.1% ABV/ 40 IBU)

Big tropical fruit notes from the copious amounts of Galaxy, Mosaic, Citra and Simcoe Cryo

Hop's.

2) Disturbing The Peace Hazy IPA (6.7% ABV/ 35 IBU)

Loads of Bravo, Pacifica, Citra and Mosaic Hop's bring a juicy experience of Orange and

Tropical Fruits.

3) Mind Funk Pale Stout (6.5% ABV/ 20 IBU)

It's Time to Funk up your Mind! An Oatmeal Pale with the addition of Cold Brewed Coffee. So

take a look, get a whiff, then take a taste.

4) Blonde (4.5% ABV/ 15 IBU)

This Blonde is light, crisp and refreshing! Just what you need on a hot Summer Day!

5) Peel Out IPA (7.5% ABV/ 70 IBU)

Combine Centennial, Amarillo, Cascade and Mosaic Hop's. Then add Grapefruit and Orange

peel! Big Fruity and Citrus notes make this a great Summer IPA!


Silver City Brewery–Bremerton

1) Ridgetop Red Ale (6% ABV)

2) Tropic Haze India Pale Ale (6.4% ABV/ 50 IBU)

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.

3) Ziggy Zoggy Summer Lager (5% ABV/ 40 IBU)

Bright & vibrant beer for summertime celebrations! This Zwicklerbier, an uncommon style, is

an unfiltered lager that balances crisp and elegant honey-like malt flavor with assertive, spicy

Sterling hop character.

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

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.

5) Magnificent Bastard Scotch Ale (9.2% ABV)

6) Ripe 'N Juicy Double IPA (8% ABV/ 75 IBU)

Like cutting into a fresh cantaloupe... if it were filled with a metric sh*t-ton of ripe, fragrant

hops soaked in pineapple juice. Ripe ‘N Juicy gains its signature dense, hazy body from the

reaction of a specialized yeast strain with a hearty dose of flaked wheat. A massive canvas for

a brilliantly fruity hop experience.

Rotating Taps – Please visit our booth for Tapping Times

1.) 2014 Bourbon Barrel Aged Time Twister Imperial Stout (9.9% ABV)

2.) 2017 Chardonnay Barrel Aged Luminous Libation Belgian Style Tripel (9.9% ABV)

3.) 2018 Foxy Lady Flanders Sour on Cherries (6.4% ABV)

4.) 2010 Old Scrooge Christmas Ale (8.5% ABV)

5.) 2017 Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Scrooge Christmas (9.9% ABV)

6.) 2018 Bourbon Barrel Aged Magnificent Bastard Scotch Ale (9.9% ABV)

7.) 2018 Charming Disarmer Peach Sour (6.5% ABV)

8.) 2018 Wiley Temptress (6.4% ABV)

Innovation Beer - Barrel Fermented Imperial Cream Ale (8.8% ABV)

Innovation Beer - Cognac Puncheon Fermented Hoppy Amber Biere (7% ABV)

Innovation Beer - Mango Gose Bier (4.5% ABV)

Innovation Beer – Brut IPA (6.4% ABV)


Slaughter County Brewing–Port Orchard

1) Gorst Light (4% ABV)

Bohemian Pilsner style. Very refreshing, light, and not overly sweet.

2) Hoptopod IPA (7% ABV)

Our Northwest style IPA. Very aromatic and hop forward. Citrus

flavors and not dank.

3) Captain Howdy (6.8% ABV)

India Red. Dark red, rich, with a nicely balanced combination of hoppiness and bitterness.

 

Slippery Pig Brewery–Poulsbo

1) Brockstar 550 Premium Malt Liquor (11% ABV)

Poulsbo’s smoothest malt liquor. Rock out with your Brock out!

2) Hogsbreath Honey Wheat (10.5% ABV)

Loads of honey and lemon verbena make this wheat wine a favorite, especially our staff!

3) Full Moon Fever IPA (7.8% ABV)

An out of character beer for the Pig, this IPA is both hop bursted and dry hopped with

Cascade, Simcoe, and Citra hops.

 

Sound Brewery–Poulsbo

1) Motueka Lager

2) Soundburst

3) Monk's Indiscretion

4) Dubbel Entendre

 

Sumerian Brewing Co.–Woodinville

1) Sumerian Lager (5% ABV/ 17 IBU)

This Vienna Style Lager has an elegant malt profile while being clean and crisp. Perfect for a

hot summer day!

2) Hopruption Double IPA (8% ABV/ 95 IBU)

Hop loaded from start to finish with a base of Cascade and Centennial. Double dry hopped

with Mosaic and Citra. This beer has a rich mouthfeel and clean balance.

Ten Pin Brewing–Moses Lake

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

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 (5.5% ABV/ 35 IBU)

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) Head Pin IPA (7.1% ABV/ 62 IBU)

This gold medal winning American IPA is a strong, pleasantly bitter ale showcasing the

mango and earthy pine flavors of Mosaic hops blended with the citrus and dense fruit flavors

of Centennial and Citra hops.


Two Beers Brewing Company–Seattle

1) The Other Coast IPA (6.5% ABV)

Hazy NE-IPA

2) Lima Loca (3.8% ABV)

A craft Mexican-style lager infused with bright refreshing lime.

3) Evo #2 Pineapple IPA (6.2% ABV)

An IPA with tropical aromas and a slightly sweet but hoppy bite.


Valholl Brewing Company–Poulsbo

1) Summer Warrior (4.6% ABV)

Our seasonal summer ale , light crisp with a sweet finish.

2) Valkyrie Red (6.5% ABV)

Flagship amber ale.

3) Mango/Orange Brewbitch IPA (6.2% ABV)

Our flagship IPA infused with mango/oranges for a tropical kick.


Western Red Brewing–Poulsbo

1) Single Buck IPA (6% ABV/ 76 IBU)

A tropical forward India Pale Ale with a strong citrus peel note and a firm bitter finish.

2) Tail Hold Pale (5.5% ABV)

This pale shouts CITRUS goddess with its citrus notes acquired from the hops. From the

aroma to the finish you'll love the citrus ride you are about to embark on.

3) Hoot Owlin' Hefe (4% ABV)

This Hefe shouts SUMMER TIME and will leave you dreaming of sunshine and backyard

shenanigans. It is an American Wheat Ale that you're sure to fall in love with.

 

Wet Coast Brewing Co.–Gig Harbor

1) Mutual Haze Smoothie IPA (7.6% ABV/ 55 IBU)

Brewed with Guava and Lactose. A collaboration with Top Rung Brewing.

2) Cream Ale (5.0% ABV/ 28 IBU)

Light, Crisp and Refreshing. Brewed with Willamette and Golding Hops.

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