SPOKANE, USA — Winter hasn't officially arrived, but the thirst for a day of cold-weather beers and outrageous entertainment is already ramping up in the Inland Northwest as No-Li Brewhouse announced today that its second-annual No-Li FrostFest is nearly sold out.
FrostFest is slated for Dec. 9 at the Spokane Arena and is selling faster than expected, prompting the brewery to announce that Nov. 28 is the last day to buy tickets. There are no tickets available at the door and no tickets will be sold online after Nov. 28.
The ticket includes a T-shirt, a tasting glass and five 4-ounce pours of beer, with the option to add more tasting tickets. A portion of the proceeds go to benefit the Washington State Fallen Heroes Project’s Illuminating Courage monument on the arena grounds that honors our region’s military members killed during their service.
No-Li FrostFest features 12 new one-off beers, including five barrel-aged creations, three haze-style beers, brews based off of No-Li favorites and more. You’ll also see a winter carnival of entertainment, including ice carving (video below), fire dancing, aerial performers, magicians, a world-class lumberjill, live music, DJs, roller derby players and more!
The event takes place around the concourse of the Spokane Arena and is divided into four distinctive areas with entertainment themed to match the beers on tap in those spots. It’s like the “It’s a Small World” — but with more beer.
Those wishing to stick around for the evening’s Spokane Chiefs vs. Seattle Thunderbirds hockey game, can add a ticket to their package for only $10 thanks to a partnership with the Chiefs organization.
No-Li moved to the Spokane Arena from its own pub this year to accommodate increased demand and has been pleasantly surprised by the response. Those planning on attending are advised to act sooner than later!
No-Li Brewhouse is an independent, family-owned brewery located at 1003 E. Trent Ave in Spokane, Wash. Its beers are available in cans, bottle and draft throughout the state of Washington and much of Idaho.