Festival Preview: WA: There is still time to get a ticket to the 6th Annual Phinney Neighborhood Association’s Summer Beer Taste

Seattle, WA - What better time to mention the pending start of the 6th Annual Phinney Neighborhood Association's Summer Beer Taste July 16th from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. Featuring over 20 regionally owned breweries this event is your chance to not only get outside and enjoy the sun (crossing fingers) but also to support a worthwhile organization, The PNA.

Cost is $25 for Phinney Neighborhood Association Member, $30 for non-PNA members and $10 for Designated Drivers. Included in your admission is 10 beer 'tastes', "pub style snacks" and "dogs" by Barking Dog Alehouse.

For more information visit https://phinney.ejoinme.org/MyPages/BeerTaste/tabid/10073/Default.aspx for tickets or pick them up at the PNA Community Center.

Confirmed Breweries To Date

  • Baron Brewing Co 

  • Diamond Knot Brewery

  • Elysian Brewing Co

  • Epic Ales

  • Fish Brewing Co

  • Fremont Brewing Co

  • Georgetown Brewing Co

  • Golden Hills Brewing Co

  • Hale's Ales Brewery

  • Harmon Brewing Co

  • Lantern Brewing

  • Maritime Pacific Brewing Co

  • Naked City Brewing Company

  • North Sound Brewing Co

  • NW Peaks Brewery

  • Odin Brewing Company

  • Pike Brewing Co

  • Port Townsend Brewing

  • Snoqualmie Falls Brewery

  • The Ram at Northgate

  • Two Beers Brewing

Want to avoid alcohol related troubles or just let someone else drive here are some ideas.

About the Phinney Neighborhood Association

The buildings that make up the Phinney Neighborhood Center have been serving the community since 1904 when the wooden building opened as the John B. Allen Elementary School, part of the Seattle School District. The two-story building was named for one of Washington's first senators and housed 278 students at the end of its first year. In 1917, the District opened the brick building and enrollment increased, peaking at 758 in 1933.

The school closed in June 1981 and opened again in September 1981 as the Phinney Neighborhood Center.

Over the years, the Phinney Neighbor hood Center has become the focus of Seattle’s Phinney/Greenwood neighborhood, offering a wide variety of programs and activities for the whole community, with particular emphasis on programs for children, families and education.

Funding for the Association and the Center comes from facilities rentals, program fees, membership and a number of fundraising events. The Soup Kitchens are supported by the City of Seattle Human Services Department.

You can help support the Association and all of its programs with a tax-deductible contribution. Donate now.


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