Join 11 breweries from Ballard to 'Frelard' in celebrating St. Patrick's Day weekend, March 16th.

Press Release

SEATTLE, … Get your St. Patrick’s Day celebrating done in style this year! On Saturday, March 16, Ballard’s Breweries are banding together for St. Pat’s Parade O’ Pints.

All 11 Ballard breweries, Bad Jimmy’s Brewing Co., Hale’s Ales, Lagunitas Brewing Co., Lucky Envelope Brewing, Maritime Pacific Brewing Co., NW Peaks Brewery, Obec Brewing, Peddler Brewing, Populuxe Brewing, Reuben’s Brews, and Stoup Brewing will be featuring special releases for guests to enjoy. Guests can do their celebrating via Hale’s Ales famous double decker bus! Hop on, hop off, drink beer, hop on, hop off, drink beer – you get the idea!

The bus will be running from 2pm – 6pm and have five convenient pick up/drop off locations so that guests can hit all 11 breweries:

·      At Hale’s Ales (4301 Leary Way NW)

·      At Maritime Pacific Brewing Co. (1111 NW Ballard Way)

·      At 49th Street between Peddler’s Beer Garden & Lagunitas Brewing  

·      At NW 52nd St. at 14th Ave NW

·      At NW 49th St at 9th Ave 

Guests interested in riding the bus can purchase a $5 bracelet from any of the breweries or onboard the bus (cash only). Proceeds will go to support Seattle Firefighters Pipes & Drums, a band dedicated to honoring fallen firefighters. Pipes & Drums is comprised of active and retired Seattle firefighters, and the band will be playing at all 11 breweries throughout the event.

To learn more, visit the Facebook event page

Ballard Brewery District

Located in Seattle’s historic Ballard neighborhood, the Ballard Brewery District boasts 11 craft breweries within a one-mile radius. The Ballard Brewery District is pet and family friendly, and just minutes away from award-winning restaurants, unique boutiques, the Nordic Museum, and the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks.