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Suggestions for navigating Seattle Beer Week 2019

Washington Beer News - Wed, 05/08/2019 - 9:20am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Seattle Beer Week 2019 kicks off on Thursday, May 9th and runs through May 19th. This one goes to 11. This is the 11th annual SBW and it runs for 11 days. Seriously, there are way too many cool beer events for me to list here, so you should check out the official SBW website and peruse the events calendar. Below, I offer some suggestions, based on nothing but my own opinion. I don’t necessarily intend for you to use this as a guide; rather, consider it an example of the kinds of events happening during Seattle Beer Week.

Get out there and do something!

Thursday, May 9th
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Official SBW Kickoff at Toronado. At 4:30 they tap the first keg of the official Seattle Beer Week beer, Washington Gold Pilsner by Aslan Brewing. Includes a special toast to Matt Bonney.

6:00 P.M. – Seattle Cask-O-Rama at Beveridge Place Pub. A dozen Seattle-brewed beers poured from firkins lined up on the bartop. The Seattle Beer Week bus will be stopping here at 6:30, with a crew of beer industry familiar faces. (Cask-O-Rama continues the following day, until the beer is gone.)

5:00 P.M. – Aslan Takeover at Ounces in West Seattle is tapping into the official Seattle Beer Week beer and will also pour a bunch of other beers from Aslan Brewing. The SBW bus stops by here at 8:30.

Friday, May 10th
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All Day (and through the weekend) – Stoutfest at Brouwer’s Cafe. Bid one final farewell to the season of dark beer. Stout, stouts, and more stouts on tap all weekend.

Saturday, May 11th
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There’s a lot going on today. Be sure to check out the all events link above.

All Day – Brewshed Alliance Tap Takeover at Watershed Pub. A bunch of beers that support this worthy cause.

Noon – 2:00 P.M. – Barleywood Squares at Hale’s Palladium. It’s like the old Hollywood Squares game show, but with beer and beer people.

2:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. – Beer Can Derby at Pinebox. Yep, like pinewood derby, but make your car out of an empty beer can. They’ll have everything you need.

3:00 P.M. – Bob’s Brown Ale Release. Seattle’s most philanthropic brew, release at this time every year by Georgetown Brewing. This is the official release party.

Sunday, May 12th
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It’s Mother’s Day, but if you must, use the link above to see what events are happening.

Monday, May 13th
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All Day – THIS IS WASHINGTON, DAMN IT! The Beveridge Place Pub will offer a huge selection of Washington-brewed beers on tap for just $4. Also, you can order a pizza from Zeeks Pizza for just $15. Any pizza, any size. Cheap date night!

5:00 – 9:00 – Women in Beer at Pike Brewing. Enjoy beers brewed by women, along with all sorts of other things created by women: booze, wine, cider, food. This is a ticketed event.

Wednesday, May 15th
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6:30 – 11:00 – SBW Reunion Tour at Pine Box. Each year someone brews a special Seattle Beer Week beer. All of the breweries from the past will be here for this one, and they’re bringing beer. Beer and games, with a high school reunion theme.

Thursday, May 16th
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All Day – Sour Fest at Brouwer’s Cafe. Last weekend was about stouts, this weekend is about sours. They’ll feature a large and impressive selection of sour beers for your pleasure.

5:00 – 9:00 – Fremont Fest at Growler Guys. They’ll offer a bunch of beers from Fremont Brewing on tap. The list includes… wait for it… Brew 3000. It sold out fast, but you can taste it here while supplies last.

Friday, May 17th
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All Day – Bodacious Beverages at the Beveridge Place – This is always a good one. They source some killer, big beers and drag some special stuff out of the cellar.

All Day – Nitro Fest at Teku Tavern. Like nitro beers, well here you go. It might be the largest selection of nitro beers ever assembled. I haven’t heard of more. All 50 taps!

4:00 – 10:00 – Local Lager Fest at Rheinhaus. Beer garden, games, and a whole bunch of locally brewed lagers on tap.

7:00 – 10:00 – Brewers Symposium at Reubens Brews. Hosted by yours truly, this panel discussion will be pretty geeky, but we will try to keep it interesting for beer drinkers and not just beer brewers.

Saturday, May 18th
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All Day – Reuben’s Invitational. Nineteen breweries from around the region and around the world will converge on Reuben’s Brews for this event. The list always involves some heavy hitters from out of state. Live music, lots of beer, lots of fun.

REMEMBER, there are a lot more events going on. These are just the ones that immediately appealed to me. Check out the complete events calendar for all the events. Get out there and do something!


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Sierra Nevada Brewing Partners with Germany’s Bitburger Brewery on 2019 Oktoberfest Beer

Brewpublic - Wed, 05/08/2019 - 8:01am
Continuing with its annual tradition since 2015, Sierra Nevada Brewing will partner with a German brewer on its 2019 Oktoberfest beer. For 2019, Sierra Nevada will be working with Bitburger Brewery on this annual fall seasonal that will begin hitting store shelves in late July. Founded back in 1817, Bitburger has been family-owned for seven […]
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10 Barrel Brewing Collaborates with Trail Butter on NW IPA Nut Butter Blend + Fun Run

Brewpublic - Wed, 05/08/2019 - 12:30am
10 Barrel Brewing and Trail Butter partner to create a special blend of Trail Butter’s nut butter with the new NW IPA Nut Butter Blend. This new Nut Butter was crafted in collaboration with Jeff Boggess  from Trail Butter and Whitney Burnside, head brewer at  10 Barrel Brewing – Portland. Inspired by Burnside’s classic Northwest style […]
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New Belgium Brewing Releases Voodoo Ranger Juicifer IPA

Brewpublic - Tue, 05/07/2019 - 9:52pm
New Belgium Brewing returns with its latest release from its Voodoo Ranger Rotating IPA Series with the new Voodoo Ranger Juicifer IPA. This new hazy IPA brings forth juicy flavors and citrus aromas delivered by Citra INCOGNITO, Galaxy and Chinook hops. “Innovation and experimentation is the name of the game when it comes to our rotating IPA […]
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Hair of the Dog Brewing To Host the Revamped FredFest 2019

Brewpublic - Tue, 05/07/2019 - 1:30am
For this year’s FredFest, Hair of the Dog Brewing is mixing things up a bit. In leu of hosting an all-inclusive one-day event as in year’s past, owner Alan Sprints decided to host FredFest 2019 during an entire weekend from Friday, May 10th through Sunday, May 12th beginning at 11:30am each day. Each year for […]
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Bend Brewing Company Releases Razztafari Sour Ale in 16 oz Cans + Hosts 2nd Annual Sour Fest

Brewpublic - Mon, 05/06/2019 - 6:44pm
Well known for its Ching Ching Sour Ale, Bend Brewing Company (BBC) adds Razztafari Sour Ale in 16oz cans as the latest beer release in the brewery’s Sour Collection. Beginning as a traditional Berliner Weisse, Razztafari Sour Ale is kettle soured with BBC’s unique house lactobacillus culture. Then lemon zest is added in the whirlpool […]
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Cascade Brewing Collaborates with Mikkeller Beer on Bean-to-Barrel Triple

Brewpublic - Mon, 05/06/2019 - 5:59pm
In time for this weekend’s Mikkeller Beer Celebration Copenhagen (MBCC) in Denmark, Cascade Brewing has collaborated with the Danish brewery Mikkeller Beer on Bean-to-Barrel Triple. This new beer will be released on Friday, May 10th at this annual festival and in Portland at Cascade Brewing’s two pubs – Cascade Brewing Barrel House and The Lodge at Cascade […]
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Zeeks Pizza celebrates Seattle Beer Week – beer discounts, brewers nights, more

Washington Beer News - Mon, 05/06/2019 - 2:52pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Seattle’s own Zeeks Pizza is the most-Seattle pizza joint that Seattle ever Seattled. Not only do they offer a great selection of local craft beers on tap at their restaurants, but they’ll also deliver beer to your door when they bring you that large pepperoni, mushroom, roasted garlic, and pineapple masterpiece. No surprise, they’ve got plans for Seattle Beer Week. Here’s what’s up.

Beer Delivery Discount Throughout Seattle Beer Week (May 9th thru 19th)

Zeeks turned 25 last September, and they are enjoying our mid-20’s. So they’re celebrating by offering 25% off beer delivery during SBW.


  • Reuben’s Pilsner
  • Reuben’s Crikey IPA
  • Fort George City of Dreams
  • GoodLife Sweet As Pacific Ale
  • Melvin 2X4 IIPA
  • Scuttlebutt Transistor IPA (Official Beer of KEXP)
  • Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout
  • Black Raven Coco Jones Coconut Porter
  • Farmstrong Cold Beer
  • Farmstrong La Raza
  • Montucky Cold Snacks

Monday, May 13th
Get a Zeeks Pizza for only $15. Any size. Any pizza. The deal is a regular offering on the first Monday of the month if you are having your pie delivered to the Beveridge Place Pub. This particular Monday is not the first Monday, but they’re extending the offer to coincide with a Seattle Beer Week event next door at the Beveridge Place Pub: This is Washington, Damn it! The pub will have 35 Washington-brewed beers on tap for $4 per pint.

Thursday, May 16: 5pm – 8pm

Zeeks Pizza West Seattle
6459 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

EVENT DETAILS: Come party with Bale Breaker and Zeeks to celebrate the official launch of Bale our collab Cascade Pass IIPA. Bale Breaker will also be bringing 5 special, limited release Imagination Station beers from their pilot system! We will also raffle off bad-ass Bale Breaker and Zeeks swag. Cascade Pass is a big-ass, dry, and clean IIPA perfect for summer, featuring a pilsner malt base with layers of hugely aromatic experimental hops.

FOOD SPECIAL: $10 off any large pizza with purchase of any Bale Breaker beer.

BEER: Cascade IIPA Release + 5 special Imagination Station beers from Bale Breaker’s pilot system. $5 pints, $16 pitchers, $10 growler fills. Available until kegs blow.

Bale Breaker Brewers Night Beer List

Bale Breaker + Zeeks Collab Cascade Pass IIPA: ABV 8.5% / IBU Off the Charts
Lima Sabrosa Gose: ABV 3.7% / IBU 10
Princess Birthday Cake Brut IPA BeerMosa: ABV 6.4% / IBU 36
Irieshun Hazy IPA: ABV 7.5% / IBU 70
Palm Springs Pilsner: ABV 5.5% / IBU 34
Hop Country Session IPA: ABV 5.4% / IBU 40

Friday, May 17: 3pm – 7pm

Zeeks Pizza Capitol Hill
1830 E Mercer St
Seattle, WA 98112

EVENT DETAILS: We met Single Hill shortly after they opened their brewery and taproom in Yakima, and it was love at first sip. We are stoked to be hosting them for their first multi-tap Seattle. Single Hill is not yet distributed regularly on the west side of the mountains, so take advantage of the opportunity to check out Single Hill’s delicious beers while you can in between trips to Yakima.

FOOD SPECIAL: $10 off any large pizza with purchase of any Single Hill beer.


Eastside IPA: Showcasing all we know about making amazing IPA, we hope this beer does our region proud. Brewed with Yakima and Treasure valley hops, Idaho pilsner and Palouse Munich malt. Layered, fruity, citrus, not bitter. Chinook, Nugget, Ekuanot, Simcoe and Mosaic hops. 7% ABV  // 40 IBU

Cerveza (blonde): Hopped to promote balanced, fresh and fruity hop flavors without the bitterness. Great as a break from hoppy beers or to enjoy with a few slices! Chinook, Centennial and Comet hops. 5.5% ABV  // 25 IBU

Sightglass Hazy (hazy pale): Fresh, citrusy, orange rind and pineapple. This hazy finishes light and fruity with an inviting sip after sip after sip after sip after sip… Citra, Amarillo and Cashmere hops. 4.9% ABV  // 35 IBU

Lemonade Rocketship (berliner weisse): Thirst quenching tart German wheat beer. Lemony and fruity hops and our house sourdough culture combine to bring about the easiest most refreshing beer we’ve got. Comet and Loral Hops // Pilsner and Wheat. 4.3% ABV  // 10 IBU

Citizen Grain (dry-hopped Pilsner): Crispy, bright, dry hopped single field Pilsner. This year we worked with Dalkieth Farms in Sunnyside to grow our own field of Explorer barley and had it custom malted by LINC Malt in Spokane. Bright lemon and herbal hop aromas. Its crispy pilsner profile finishes dry and refreshing! Yakima Valley Pilsner Malt. Loral and Centennial hops. 5.4% ABV  // 38 IBU

Juicy IPA: Tropical citrus but still a dry refreshing IPA fit for the transition to summer days. Pink Guava and Cashmere Hops. 6.9% ABV  // 37 IBU



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Gigantic Brewing Celebrates 7 Years + Releases Fucking Classy Brut IPA

Brewpublic - Mon, 05/06/2019 - 6:38am
The first full week of May is a huge one for Gigantic Brewing as the now seven-year-old brewery celebrates its 7th Anniversary and releases a collaboration beer, Fucking Classy Brut IPA, brewed with Mikkeller Beer. Now seven years in, Gigantic Brewing will celebrate its 7th Anniversary at its taproom in Southeast Portland on Tuesday, May […]
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Boulevard Brewing Co. Launches Boulevard Beverage Co. Fling Craft Cocktails

Brewpublic - Mon, 05/06/2019 - 2:00am
After 30 years of brewing, Boulevard Brewing Co. has stepped outside of brewing to enter the rapidly growing canned cocktail segment. About one month ago Boulevard Brewing launched its new offshoot, Boulevard Beverage Co. and its new line of Fling Craft Cocktails. Part of the Duvel Moortgart family, Boulevard Brewing beers are currently available in […]
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Boneyard Beer to Host Central Oregon Beer Week Pro-Am Tap Takeover

Brewpublic - Sun, 05/05/2019 - 9:59pm
Central Oregon Beer Week (COBW) takes place from May 17-26, 2019 with events in and around the Bend and Redmond area. One of the first events to be announced is the Pro-Am Tap Takeover that comes to Boneyard Beer on Saturday, May 18th from 11:00am-10:00pm. The Pro-Am competition is an opportunity for commercial breweries to […]
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Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider Presents 5th Annual Night of 1000 Tepaches

Brewpublic - Sat, 05/04/2019 - 8:44am
Today is one the happiest days of the year for Nat West, founder of Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider, as he is ecstatic to host the 5th Annual Night of 1000 Tepaches. Held at his cidery in Northeast Portland, Night of 1000 Tepaches will take place from 3:00-11:00pm. Reverend Nat made his first Tepache back in […]
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Bale Breaker Brewing Releases Sesiones Del Migrante Mango IPA

Brewpublic - Sat, 05/04/2019 - 8:33am
For its third consecutive year, Bale Breaker Brewing joins the Sesiones del Migrante brewing partnership that spans 5,000 miles, 5 breweries, and 2 countries. Sesiones del Migrante is a series of beers brewed in collaboration with Mexican and American breweries to celebrate the Mexican migrant workers who travel to the Yakima Valley to harvest hops […]
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Yakima Chief Hops 2019 Hop & Brew School

Brewpublic - Fri, 05/03/2019 - 1:44pm
When the 15th Annual Hop & Brew School® returns this summer to Yakima, Washington, this will be the first time that the annual hop educational forum will be for both professional brewers and homebrewers. The 2019 Hop & Brew School® that’s hosted by Yakima Chief Hops will take place over Labor Day Weekend from August […]
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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at 10 Barrel Brewing – Portland

Brewpublic - Fri, 05/03/2019 - 1:18pm
It’s Cinco de Mayo weekend and 10 Barrel Brewing – Portland will be honoring the holiday that is more widely celebrating in this country than in Mexico with five Mexican inspired beers. Each of the five beers were brewed by different brewers from 10 Barrel Brewing with each brewer taking their own interpretation on the […]
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A unique collaboration beer from Bale Breaker Brewing and friends

Washington Beer News - Fri, 05/03/2019 - 1:07pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Tomorrow, Saturday, May 4th, Bale Breaker Brewing releases this year’s version of Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA. This is the third year that the brewery teamed up with partners from both sides of the border to create a beer that benefits the migrant families that make up such an important part of the agricultural community in the Yakima Valley. The beer will be available in 12-ounce cans and kegs across Bale Breaker Brewing’s distribution network.

Join Bale Breaker at the brewery and taproom tomorrow for a release party from noon until 9:00.

Here’s the press release with more information about the Sesiones del Migrante program.

Bale Breaker Brewing Co. Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA release is May 4, 2019


  • This is the third year for the Sesiones del Migrante brewing partnership, which spans 5 thousand miles, 5 breweries, and 2 countries
  • Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA release is May 4 at Bale Breaker Brewing Co, 1801 Birchfield Rd, Yakima, WA. 20% of Mango IPA sales will benefit La Casa Hogar in Yakima.
  • Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA will be available in six-packs and kegs in Washington State, western Oregon, and northern Idaho throughout the summer


Sesiones del Migrante is a series of beers brewed in collaboration with Mexican and American breweries to celebrate the Mexican migrant workers who travel to the Yakima Valley to harvest hops for breweries across the globe. This is the third year for this project, and Bale Breaker will release Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA May 4, 2019 in kegs and six-packs throughout its distribution footprint in Washington State, western Oregon, and northern Idaho. (5.9% ABV, 30 IBU). Bale Breaker donates 20% of Mango IPA sales to La Casa Hogar. La Casa Hogar exists to provide a range of practical education and self-development opportunities especially suited to the needs of Latina/o immigrant families who comprise one of the most economically fragile, but socially important segments, in the Yakima Valley.

Release party is Saturday, May 4, 2019, 12-9pm, Bale Breaker Brewing Co, 1801 Birchfield Rd, Yakima, WA.


In 2017 at Cerveza Mexico – a national trade show – Esteban Silva, of Cervecería de Colima (Colima, Mexico) found his first collaborator: Cerveza Loba (Guadalajara, Mexico). From there, YCH Hops agreed to donate hops for the project, and then Silva reached out to Bale Breaker Brewing Company (Yakima, WA) as well as two up-and-coming California breweries– Ronin Fermentation Project (Truckee, CA) & SouthNorte (San Diego, CA). Watch a short video introducing #migrantsessions.

In May 2017, two of Bale Breaker’s brewer-owners, Kevin Quinn and Kevin Smith, traveled to Mexico to brew in Guadalajara and Colima. At Cerveza Loba, the brewers concocted Loba Nómada, a NE IPA featuring hand-peeled mangoes, a homegrown ingredient. In Colima, they brewed Vale Bale, an IPA with local coconuts. According to Cervecería de Colima, Vale Bale is “a beer inspired by all those people who leave their place of origin, with the firm aspiration to find a better quality of life.”

In early August, brewers from all four collaborating breweries came to Yakima to brew Bale Breaker’s Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA featuring the freshest Yakima Valley hops. A portion of the proceeds from our beer and events will benefit La Casa Hogar, a local non-profit that connects and educates immigrant Latino families.

“We’re happy that this brewing collaboration will create awareness of the hard work of Yakima’s Latino community. Their work both during harvest and year-round is essential to creating the hoppy beers everyone loves,” said Meghann Quinn, owner/business manager at Bale Breaker. “We look forward to this partnership continuing into the future.”


Crafting #FreshOffTheFarm brews from the middle of a hop field, Bale Breaker Brewing Company is a family-owned brewery located in the beautiful Yakima Valley. Backed by four generations of hop farming experience, Bale Breaker started in 2013, and has grown to become the fourth largest independent craft brewery in Washington. With a 30-barrel brewhouse and a 27,000 square foot facility, we craft five year-round canned beers, including the widely celebrated Topcutter IPA. With a 5-barrel pilot brewhouse, the Imagination Station, we test and develop new recipes to continue honing our craft. Bale Breaker distributes statewide in Washington as well as in northern Idaho and western Oregon.


La Casa Hogar exists to provide a range of practical education and self-development opportunities especially suited to the needs of Latina/o immigrant families who comprise one of the most economically fragile, but socially important segments, in the Yakima Valley.


Inspired by the shared vision of connecting family hop farms with the world’s finest brewers, Yakima Chief, Inc. and Hopunion LLC merged in 2014 creating Yakima Chief – Hopunion, or Yakima Chief for short, a 100% grower-owned supplier of hops and hop products. We have made it our mission to connect family farms with the world’s finest brewers, providing the highest quality hop products and uncompromising service for the ultimate benefit of our customers, employees and growers.


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Goatfest – a celebration of spring and beer, Saturday, May 11th

Washington Beer News - Fri, 05/03/2019 - 10:57am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Varietal Beer Company invites you to join them and five other breweries for the first-ever Goatfest celebration. The event celebrates the beginning of the growing season with beer. Maibock, in particular, that strong German-style lager traditionally consumed at spring festivals.

Varietal Beer Company in Sunnyside, WA (map)
Saturday, May 11th from noon-10:00
All-ages from noon until 5:00
21+ from 5:00 -10:00

Varietal Beer Company invited some of their favorite lager-brewing friends to produce their own unique versions of the Maibock style.

The Goatfest lineup includes:

Chuckanut Brewery – Bellingham, WA
Three Weavers Brewing – Inglewood, CA
Wayfinder Beer – Portland, OR
Holy Mountain Brewing – Seattle, WA
Skookum Brewery – Arlington, WA

  • Admission is $25 and includes a festival glass with five beer tickets.
  • Food will be provided by HopTown Pizza and Mando’s Tex-Mex BBQ and will include goat-themed menu items such as goat cheese and roasted goat.
  • The brewery taproom will be closed to non-ticket holders.

More information at the Facebook event page.


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Eastern Washington Brewfest – May 18th in Ellensburg

Washington Beer News - Fri, 05/03/2019 - 10:31am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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The Eastern Washington Brewfest takes place in Ellensburg on Saturday, May 18th. The event promises to offer beers from “a gang load of breweries” representing the 509 area code. None of that westside stuff. The event takes place at Rotary Pavillion right behind Iron Horse Brewery’s pub.

Here’s the event info from Iron Horse Brewery:

When: Saturday, May 18, 2019
Time: 2-6 p.m.
Where: Downtown Ellensburg, Rotary Pavilion (right behind Iron Horse Brewery’s pub)

Eastern Washington Brew Fest is back and better than ever…. because we’re hosting it on a SATURDAY.

We’re showcasing the raddest breweries on the Eastside of the mountains, and maybe a few cideries. A portion of the proceeds will go back to Bares and Broncs Rodeo.

Satisfy your tastebuds with stellar brews and food, jam to live music by Happy Heartbreak and Cobra Hawk, and actually enjoy the sunshine. We’ll also have PNW Axe Throwing Company join us for the event.. because what’s more 509 than beer and axe throwing?

21+ event only. Each ticket includes a 5 oz. custom tasting glass and 5 tasting tokens. Limited tickets available for purchase at the door.

For more information on breweries, bands, and such, click here. Purchase a combined ticket to attend Brew Fest and Bares and Broncs. After the brew fest we’ll shuttle you down to enjoy the rodeo and keep the 509 party going!


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8th Annual Brews for New Avenues Returns on August 10, 2019

Brewpublic - Fri, 05/03/2019 - 8:07am
Eight years in, the 2019 Brews for New Avenues returns to Portland, Oregon with its annual fundraising events that benefits New Avenues for Youth. This year’s festivities will take place from August 8-10, 2019, and will be highlighted by the largest rare beer auction in the world at the events festival on Saturday, August 10th. […]
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Culmination Brewing Celebrates its 4th Anniversary

Brewpublic - Fri, 05/03/2019 - 12:30am
Four years ago Tomas Sluiter opened the doors to Culmination Brewing that took over a large portion of a building that was formerly home to a book bindery. To honor this milestone, Culmination Brewing will celebrate with a week’s worth of events for its 4th Anniversary that takes place at the brewery from May 19-25, […]
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