We are also throwing our own Fresh Hop Forum at the Aslan Depot on September 29th, featuring fresh hop beers from Reuben's, Matchless, Seapine, Fremont, Stoup, Skookum, Cloudburst, Holy Mtn, and Block 15.
Come celebrate the changing seasons with two of our favorite beer styles and two of our favorite bands. On Saturday, September 29th, we’ll be pouring our Oktoberfest and two fresh hop IPAs while feeling the vibes with the Tyler Hamilton Band and the Charles Street Messengers. The back half of the parking lot will serve as a beer garden, and we’ll have college football on every TV. (YES, WE DO HAVE THE PAC-12 NETWORK)
Amarillo Fresh Hop IPA
Meridian Fresh Hop IPA
Oktoberfest Märzen Lager
Harvest Fresh Edition of DANG! Citra IPA
Many thanks to Virgil Gamache Farms and Coleman Agriculture who make all our fresh hop dreams come true.
We will return to the beautiful Roslyn Yard on Saturday, October 13th with nine breweries, a distillery, and a cidery! All from the PNW! Live music from Feather River!
Enjoy your time in the quaint, historic town of Roslyn WA and make a weekend of it with shopping, dining, and strolling though small shops in the Upper Kittitas County.
Rain, snow, or shine - we'll bring the tents! But you still might want a raincoat and rubber boots!
Burn off some energy beforehand with Bikes & Brews, a bike ride through the woods along the historic Coal Mines Trail. Two rides to choose from!
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.
Costumed Beer Dash presented by At Large Brewing and The Independent Beer Bar designed specifically for Everett Beer Week.
Saturday, September 15th. Teams of two. Racers may sign up in advance at either At Large or The Independent. You may sign up the day of the event, but all the cool kids sign up early.
Here's what it is: $20 per team. Teams of two humans. Teams get 4 beers total, 1 each alternating between The Independent Beer Bar and At Large Brewing. Racers may start or finish at either location. Teams will walk/run a total of 1.5 miles. After a racer has finished their beer their wristband gets punched. Racers then go to the next location and repeat. Each racer must drink two beers. Two punches on each teammate’s wristband means the team has finished the race. Legs only. No bikes, no Ubers, certainly no driving. Your team’s feet will carry you back and forth toward victory, or at least another pint. $50 in giftcards for the top two fastest teams and the top two teams in costume skills judged by the staff of At Large and The Independent.
Calling all cyclists for the Friday Harbor Bike-n-Brew, September 15! Providing a day of stunning, and diverse scenery along three routes; ranging from a Metric Century along a nationally recognized Scenic Byway down to a family-oriented fun route. Experience rolling farmland, pastoral valleys, island forests, groves of Garry Oaks and Madrone trees, seashores, distant islands, and maybe even a pod of whales.
Cyclists will see seaside parks, historic Roche Harbor, and a national park or two, even a lighthouse, depending on route. The Bike-n-Brew will bring four of the area’s microbreweries, from Orcas Island, Lopez Island, and San Juan Island, to the San Juan County Fairgrounds for beer tasting. Relax and share your biking adventures while enjoying one-of-a-kind keg and bottled samples of local handcrafted microbrews. For additional local information or to be added to the email list, please contact: Info@FridayHarborBike-n-Brew.org
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?!
Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots Tournament with Crucible Brewing!
32-person free tournament starts at 7pm. We'll be pouring 4 super somethings from Crucible and playing silly games for prizes. Please sign up below, if there's enough interest we will expand the tournament to 64 people. Free to play, gift cards, swag, and pride are on the line. This event is part of Everett Beer Week - #EVBW - Check out their situation and see all the cool places and events happening around if you wanna.
Sat. Sept. 8, 2018
Marysville Brew & Cider Fest
Marysville Opera House
1225 3rd Street
$30 General Admission, purchased online until Sept 7th
$35 at the Door
$10 Designated Drivers
* Check out the fun local craft breweries and cider house vendors at the historic Marysville Opera House!
* Each guest receives a souvenir tasting glass and 6 drink tickets AND delicious sliders from Bleachers Grill At Cedar Crest!
Live Music with Aardvarks Utd. followed by Margaret Wilder Band!
Elemental Hard Cider
Pear Up Cider
Schilling Cider House
Diamond Knot Craft Brewing
Odin Brewing Company
Old Man Brewing
Skagit River Brewery
Timber Monster Brewing Company
Whitewall Brewing Company
More TBA soon!!
Support your community all while listening to music, enjoying great food and sipping on delicious beverages. Local breweries/cider houses will each be sampling 3 of their favorite selections.
The proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to fund Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce programs, designed to assist and provide resources for the local business community. In Partnership w/ the City of Marysville This event was made possible in part by assistance the City of Marysville and Snohomish County Hotel/Motel tax fund.
Event is a collaboration between The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber & Seattle Uncorked.
Our second annual Free Beets Day is back! And this year it's better than ever because we've brewed a beer with Middleton using 10 pounds of beets. Anyone who buys a pint of Middleton beer during Free Beets Day will receive a free beet. (For real.)
The beets were harvested from Bailey U-Pick Farm in Snohomish and brewed at Middleton in south Everett. Now a part of Everett Beer Week, make sure you check out all the fun beer events happening throughout our cool little city.
Fal Allen will be making the trek from Boonville California to join us for a night celebrating Gose!
We'll have several different goses flowing: Raspberry Rose, G&T, Barrel-aged G&T, plus Chai Solstice on Nitro, and Wild Turkey Old Fashioned!
Fal literally wrote the book on Gose, and you can purchase it here and have him sign it!
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.
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.
Sleeveless in Seattle
Regal Lager Version 2
Camo Hat Pale Ale
Shared Table Saison
Sunshine Day Dreaming DIPA
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!!!
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.
Treats & Swag for your pooch
Food Truck *for the humans
-Current members get souvenir tasting glass upon entry
-Ticket required for entry
More details and beer list will be posted on the Facebook event page as we get closer!
5 Port Brewing/ Lost Abbey paired with 5 house made Bacons!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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
All these beers paired with our house made Beef,lamb, or Pork Bacon.
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
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!
Consider the taps taken over on the 16th, because we're partying at Northwest Liquid Gold. We'll have some pretty delicios brews in tow, including:
- Critical Band IPA
- Fruitlands w/ Passionfruit & Guava (gose)
- Galactic Filaments (funky witbier)
- Temple of Love (hoppy blonde)
With a ton of rad events and tasty beverages on offer, it totally makes sense that we'd be hanging out with the folks at Firefly Lounge for Pint Night. Consider this your cordial invitation to get in on all the action.
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.
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!
School of Rock House Bands
Your Favorite Friend
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!
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.
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.
Sean Jackson is at it again, facing off the best IPAs Tacomaland has to offer in a blind tasting for total Tacoma Beer Week glory. See if you can pick your favorites out of the lineup, your palate might surprise you!
Get on the bus: E9, Parkway Tavern and Peaks & Pints are taking you to the magical land of Sours! Learn from the greats and expand your palate as you are ferried from venue to venue in the lap of luxury. Or a bus. Probably an actual bus. Anyway, tickets are on sale now!
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.