New Officers Appointed at the Washington Brewers Guild

13 Sep

The following was released September 6, 2016 via the Washington BEER Blog.

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The Washington Brewers Guild just announced the appointment of some new officers. Also introduces the full slate of board members. The role of the Guild is to represent Washington’s breweries in matters of politics and policy, and also to foster a spirit of camaraderie among the state’s 300+ breweries. It is separate from the Washington Beer Commission, which the state created to promote Washington beer. The Commission operates WABL and runs the annual Washington Brewers Festival (among others). The Guild goes to Olympia and works to protect the industry.

New officers representing the Washington Brewers Guild are Pamela Brulotte (Icicle Brewing) as President, Scott Houmes (Silver City Brewery) as Treasurer, and Steve Acord (Dirty Bucket Brewing) as At-Large Board Member. These elected roles are a two-year positions.

The Washington Brewers Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and promoting the interests of WA craft brewers while building and strengthening the community of brewers. For more information about the Washington Brewers Guild visit www.washingtonbrewersguild.org.

The slate of board members for 2016-17 is listed below.

Pamela Brulotte, Icicle Brewing Company, President

Heather McClung, Schooner Exact Brewing Company, Past President

John Bryant, No-Li Brewhouse, Vice President

Scott Houmes, Silver City Brewery, Treasurer

Roger Bialous, Georgetown Brewing Company, Secretary

Pat Ringe, Diamond Knot Brewery, At-Large Board Member

Steve Acord, Dirty Bucket Brewing Company, At-Large Board Member

Anne McGrath, Executive Director

 

Credit: Washington BEER Blog, Kendall Jones and Washington Brewers Guild.

 

Forbes feature of Bellingham’s Jack Lamb, CEO Aslan Brewing

12 Sep

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Forbes recently posted this article by Katherine Gustafson, featuring Aslan Brewing CEO Jack Lamb.  Full credit to them – enjoy.

How This Millennial Turned Down A Cushy Microsoft Job And Built A Hit Organic Brewery

When Jack Lamb was in third grade, his teacher asked the class to write down what they wanted to be when they grew up. “World’s youngest CEO,” Lamb wrote.

His mother still has the card in a box , and Lamb can’t help but marvel at how things turned out so much like he thought, and also how differently.

When Lamb graduated from Claremont McKenna College, his future seemed assured—and predictable. He had a job lined up doing marketing for Microsoft MSFT +0.32%’s Xbox team. Primed to move back to his native Seattle and take up a comfortable life in the Northwest tech bubble, he imagined himself finally living his dream of being like his dad.

“My whole life I just wanted to do what my dad did,” Lamb told me. His father worked for Accenture ACN +0.82%, but it wasn’t so much the consulting that captivated Lamb but the trappings of such a life: “He was in a nice suit in a nice car driving downtown every day.”

Out of the Box

But then Lamb visited Microsoft’s offices, and he immediately knew he was about to box himself into the wrong life.

“It’s a nice office but it’s still a cubicle zoo,” he said. “I couldn’t see myself sitting in a cubicle. It wasn’t for me.” Plus, he had snagged the job through a Claremont McKenna connection, which, he admitted, just “felt wrong. It felt like I didn’t earn this. I wanted to use talents and sweat equity to build something.”

So he quit the job…before ever starting it.

He had no alternate plan but was sure he wanted a different kind of life in a place less “off-putting” than Seattle. So he moved 90 miles up the road to Bellingham, a gentrifying former coal-and-lumber town a stone’s throw from the Canadian border, a liberal enclave with an emphasis on outdoor recreation and a relaxed lifestyle.

He found “a random writing job” and began casting about for the right entrepreneurial venture; he had always known he wanted to build his own business, but didn’t know what it should be. He wanted it to be focused on a craft—“something that consisted of someone’s design and art”—and initially entertained starting a winery or opening a bakery.

Then, in the summer of 2012, during a conversation with friends over beers in a local pub, the obvious solution hit him. The town’s beer scene was nascent but energized and the drinkers enthusiastic. Since 1995, Bellingham has been home to Boundary Bay Brewery, the godfather of craft Washington beer. Chuckanut Brewery opened in 2008 and immediately began winning international acclaim for its lagers. The third local craft brewery, Kulshan Brewing Co., opened in 2012 with hoppy, Northwest ales, just as Jack Lamb was getting settled into his new home.

“There were so many thirsty people and not enough beer,” said Lamb.

In Business

He and his future partners, Frank Trosset and Pat Haynes, started their pilot brewing effort in the basement of a parent’s house, and soon moved to a garage.

With the help of Frank’s brother Boe, who would later also join the business as a fourth owner, the team built their brewpub with their own hands in eight intense months in 2013 and 2014.

“We had to put in 80 hours a week of sweat equity to get this thing open and that’s exactly what we did,” says Lamb.

In May 2014, when they opened for business as Aslan Brewing Co., one of the Northwest’s first organic breweries, all four of the freshly minted owners were under 30 years old.

Lamb became CEO at age 23—just a decade or so shy of being the world’s youngest.

“It kinda happened,” Lamb said of that long-ago note about his future. “But it was different. It wasn’t the suit. I grew long hair. I went to bank meetings in shorts and flip-flops. I was very real and showed them that this is the kind of person who can make very good beer and design a community-centric business.”

And so he has. Aslan does booming business at its 15-barrel brew-house and restaurant, a true community hub that does twice-monthly fundraisers for local nonprofits and where kids are as welcome as beer snobs. Their beers have won numerous awards, including gold medals from the North American Brewers Association and Washington Beer Awards.

And since Aslan came along, the beer scene in Bellingham has blossomed: Now there are 10 breweries in town, and Lamb believes as many as 16 could easily survive there. It’s a great place to follow a beer-entrepreneur’s dream; after all, there’s not a cubicle in sight.

 

 More from the author, Katherine Gustafson.

The Beer Lineup – 2016 Washington Brewers Festival

14 Jun

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The following is provided by Eric Radovich, Washington Beer Commission, for immediate release:

 

11th Annual WASHINGTON BREWERS FESTIVAL

111 Washington Breweries Will Pour 500+ Craft Beers

Friday, June 19 – Sunday, June 21, 2015

King County’s Marymoor Park, Redmond, WA

 

The 11th Annual Washington Brewers Festival will take place at King County’s Marymoor Park in Redmond, WA. on Friday, June 17, through Sunday, June 19, featuring 111 statewide craft breweries pouring more than 500 unique beer creations.

You can check out the imaginative beer names and unique styles listed below in anticipation of this annual Father’s Day weekend celebration.

The Festival kicks off on Friday, June 17, at 4pm and opening night goes until 9:30pm. Friday is for 21 and older and many Washington breweries will bring Friday-exclusive beers which are often smaller-batch, specialty brews. Another highlight on Friday night is the performance of Heart By Heart, a widely followed local cover band featuring former members of the popular Seattle based 1970’s group, Heart. They will be performing on the Redmond’s Bar & Grill music stage from 7:30pm – 9pm.

On Saturday and Sunday guests can choose from the full beer lineup from all 111 breweries at the picturesque Marymoor Park venue. More than 20,000 craft beer lovers are expected to attend at this annual 3-day craft beer tasting event.

In addition to the beer, the festival will feature live music all weekend and amazing food options, including a dozen of the popular local food truck vendors. There are also wine and cider options available for those who might prefer an alternative taste.

The Washington Brewers Festival will take place on June 17-19 at Marymoor Park in Redmond, WA. Admission is $25 on Friday (in advance or at the gate). Saturday or Sunday it’s $25 in advance at local brewery ticket outlets, $30 online or at the door. Having a pre-purchased ticket will get you express entry. Minors are admitted for free but must be accompanied by an over 21 adult. Tickets, ticket outlets, and event details are all available at washingtonbeer.com On-site parking is just $5 on each of the three days. We strongly encourage a designated driver or taking public transportation.

2016 Washington Brewers Festival – Beer Lineup

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7 Seas Brewing, Gig Harbor

Ballz Deep Double IPA (84 IBU/8.4% ABV)

253 Pilsner 24 (IBU/5.2% ABV)

Water Chopper Gose (4.7% ABV)

 

American Brewing, Edmonds

Independence Pilsner (40 IBU/5.5% ABV)

Patriotic Pale Ale (45 IBU/5.8% ABV)

Revolutionary IPA (80 IBU/6% ABV)

 

Anacortes Brewery, Anacortes

Yippie Rye PA   (68 IBU/5.3% ABV)

Broadsword Scottish Ale (35 IBU/8.3% ABV)

Whistle Lake Weizen   (18 IBU/4.6% ABV)

Solstice Sour (3.5% ABV)

Cask Scarlet Letter IPA (85 IBU / 6.6% ABV)

Ashtown Brewing, Longview

Dark May Double CDA  (100+ IBU/9% ABV)

Bridge Bender IPA (80 IBU/7.5% ABV)

Zojo Espresso Stout (36 IBU/5.9% ABV)

Belgian Dark Strong (30 IBU/9.5% ABV.

 

Aslan Brewing, Bellingham

Batch 15 IPA (70 IBU/6.7% ABV)

Ginger Rye Ale (18 IBU/ 5.4% ABV)

Disco Lemonade Berliner Weisse (4 IBU/3.5% ABV)

Cranberry Saison

Anniversary XIPA (65 IBU/ 7.8% ABV)

Rotating Tap

 

At Large Brewing, Marysville

At Large IPA (66 IBU/6.6% ABV)

Hitting On All 6 IPA  (68 IBU/6.5% ABV)

I’d Tap That Blonde (21 IBU/4.7% ABV)

Back Stabbing (B. S. B.) Belgian Blonde  (25 IBU/8.4% ABV)

(FRI)All Bark, No Bite – Double IPA (100+ IBU/9.5% ABV)

 

Bainbridge Brewing, Bainbridge Island

Kommuter Kolsch (5% ABV)

Windfall Grapefruit IPA

The Rotating Tap of Wonder

The SOUR Rotating Tap of Wonder

 

Bale Breaker Brewing, Yakima

Field 41 Pale Ale (38 IBU/4.5% ABV)

Topcutter IPA (70 IBU/6.8% ABV)

Bottomcutter Imperial IPA (100 IBU/8.2% ABV)

Raging Ditch Dry-Hopped Blonde (20 IBU/5.3% ABV)

Hopfen Pils (41 IBU/4.7% ABV)

Dormancy Imperial Stout (55 IBU/7.0% ABV)

 

Beardslee Public House, Bothell

(FRI) Old Growth Barley Wine (70 IBU/9.7% ABV)

Springboard Session IPA (46 IBU/4.8% ABV)

Magnolia Saison (27 IBU/6.8% ABV)

Four Ginger IPA (60 IBU/6.4% ABV)

 

Bellevue Brewing, Bellevue

Bohemian Pilsner

Scotch Ale

IPA

KZOK Citrus IPA

Scotch Ale Cask

Barrel-aged Scotch Ale with Madagascar Vanilla Beans

 

Big Al Brewing, Seattle

(FRI) Time Capsule May ’15 Passion Fruit Wild Ale (62 IBU/7.7% ABV)

Chile IPA (80 IBU/7.3% ABV)

Big Hoppa IPA (80 IBU/7.3% ABV)

Rat City Blonde (22 IBU/4% ABV)

Time Capsule Nov ’15 Dry-hopped Wild Ale (35 IBU/6.8% IBU)

 

Big Block Brewing, Sammamish

(FRI) Russian Imperial Stout (9.5% ABV)

(FRI) Blood Orange IPA (6.0% ABV)

(FRI) Raspberry Blonde (5.1% ABV)

(SAT &SUN) Mosaic Pale Ale  (6.0% ABV)

(SAT &SUN) Black Ale (5.4% ABV)

(SAT &SUN) Raspberry Blonde (5.1% ABV)

 

Black Raven Brewing, Redmond

BeakTweaker IPA

R&D IPA

Coco Jones Coconut Porter

Three Sundays Tripel

Key Lime Pie IPA

(FRI) Corvus Kriekus

American Sour with cherries

Boundary Bay Brewery, Bellingham

Cedar Dust (66 IBU/6.5% ABV)

Wonderland Belgian Strong Golden (31 IBU/8.5% ABV)

Pilsner (40 IBU/5% ABV)

Barrel Aged Imperial Oatmeal Stout (37 IBU/9.5% ABV)

 

Brickyard Brewing, Woodinville

Craft Lite (4.0% ABV)

Southwestern Green Chile Blonde (20 IBU, 5% ABV)

Hop Crusher Imperial IPA (90 IBU, 9.1% ABV)

McDaniels Red Ale (21.5 IBU, 5.2% ABV)

Old Dirty Bastard Pre-Prohoibition Porter (6.6% ABV)

 

Bushnell Craft Brewing, Redmond

Dirty Shirley – NW Golden Ale (38/5.6% ABV)

Crackback IPA (88/6.0%)

Game 39 Irish Red Ale (23 IBU/5.2% ABV)

Boffuss Amber Ale (48 IBU, 5.2% ABV)

Dunkadelic Milk Stout (20 IBU/7.2% ABV)

Imperial IPA IBU (115 IBU/10.5% ABV)

 

Cash Brewing, Silverdale

Night Game Indian Brown Ale. (6% ABV)

Interception West Coast IPA (85 IBU/7% ABV)

Home Run Red Ale (17 IBU/5% ABV)

Five K Organic IPA (70 IBU/5% ABV)

 

Chuckanut Brewery, Bellingham

Vienna Lager (5.5% ABV)

Yellow Card (5.5% ABV)

 

Counterbalance Brewing, Seattle

Counterbalance IPA

Kushetka Russian Imperial Stout

Ministry of Wheat Ale

Gose

(FRI) Red Wine Barrel-Aged IPA

(SAT&SUN) Red Wine Barrel-Aged Bad Wolf Dark Ale

 

Crucible Brewing, Everett

Wootz IPA (6.9% ABV)

Tyranasour Razz Raspberry Kettle Sour (4.5% ABV)

Bulat Brown Ale (4.8% ABV)

Hop Launcher- Session IPA (4.9% ABV)

 

Diamond Knot Craft Brewing, Mukilteo

Industrial Rye (50 IBU/7.9% ABV)

Grapefruit Hefeweizen (10 IBU/6.1% ABV)

Binnacle Summer Ale (20 IBU/5.5% ABV)

 

Dick’s Brewing, Centralia

(FRI)Reckless Red (8.0% ABV)

(FRI) Grapefruit IPA (6.2% ABV)

(FRI) Lava Rock Porter (7.0% ABV)

(SAT&SUN) Grapefruit IPA (6.2% ABV)

(SAT&SUN) Lava Rock Porter (7.0% ABV)

(SAT&SUN) Dick’s ESB (5.5% ABV)

 

Dirty Bucket Brewing, Woodinville

Hefen’ Pineapple (5% ABV)

Irish Apricot Ale (5.5% ABV)

Sumerlot Saison (5% ABV)

Ruski Porridge Oatmeal Coffee Stout (6% ABV)

 

Doomsday Breweing, Washougal

Killbox Key Lime Kolsch (20 IBU/5% ABV)

Redemption Red (40 IBU/6.5% ABV)

(FRI) Pain in the Mash Barley Wine (10.2% ABV/55 IBU)

 

 

Dreadnought Brewing, Monroe

Nightmare California Pale Ale (27 IBU/6.3% ABV)

Sometimes A Blond (17 IBU/6.2% ABV)

Redemption IPA (90+ IBU/7.1% ABV)

Ambers Not a Red English Amber (32 IBU/6.2% ABV)

(FRI) Fermented Fellowship Saison,

Brewed with the morning star Lutheran’s men’s group aged in a white wine barrel

 

Dru Bru Tap Room & Brewery, Snoqualmie Pass

(FRI & SUN) Hop Session (56 IBU/4.7% ABV)

(FRI) Kolsch (4.8% ABV/28 IBU)

(SAT & SUN) Equinox Pilsner (38 IBU/4.9% ABV)

(SAT) Summer Belgian Session Ale (23 IBU/4.9% ABV)

 

Elliott Bay Brewing, Burien/Seattle

Elliott Bay Pilsner (5% ABV)

2015 Fauntleroy Imperial Stout (9.5% ABV)

Nordic Saison w/ Elderflower and Sea Buckthorn (5.5% ABV)

 

Elysian Brewing, Seattle

Hubris Huge IPA (8.7% ABV)

Saison Poivre (7% ABV)

Meadowlark Lemon Saison (4.9% ABV)

Superfuzz Blood Orange Pale Ale (6.4% ABV)

 

Everybody’s Brewing, White Salmon

Local Logger/Logger (28 IBUs, 4.8% ABV)

Country Boy/IPA  (85 IBUs, 6.2% ABV)

Sprinkles/Hibiscus Sour Red Ale (1 IBU, 4.5% ABV)

(FRI) Hoppy AF/Double IPA (90 IBUs, 8.0% ABV)

German-style Pilsner

 

Farmstrong Brewing, Mount Vernon

Combine IPA (5% ABV)

La Raza Mexican Lager (4% ABV)

 

Fish Brewing, Olympia

Beyond The Pale Ale (35 IBU/5% ABV)

Full Blast Summer Ale (20 IBU/4% ABV)

Nitro Russian Imperial Stout (70 IBU/13% ABV)

Black Bird Island Hopfenweizen (19 IBU/6.1% ABV)

(FRI) Strawberry Berliner Weiss (3.5% ABV)

 

Flycaster Brewing, Kirkland

(FRI) Cask Aged Vanilla Brown Ale

Rocky Ford IPA (65 IBU/7% ABV)

Mosaic IPA (68 IBU/7.5% ABV)

Yakima River Red (50 IBU, 7.4% ABV)

Simcoe Extra Pale 40 (IBU/ 6.1% ABV)

 

Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery, Seattle

Zest-A-Peel Grapefruit IPA (80 IBU/6.5% ABV)

Pale Hoppy Thing American Pale Ale (50 IBU/5.5% ABV)

Elmer Barrel Aged Belgian-Style Blend (9% ABV)

 

Flying Lion Brewing, Seattle

Single-Hop Pale (47 IBU/5.8% ABV)

Another IPA (70 IBU/6.8% ABV)

Belgian Witbier (22 IBU/5.4% ABV)

Rye Stout (37 IBU/6.0% ABV)

(FRI) Sweet Potato Porter aged on Hickory and White Ash (32 IBU/5.6% ABV)

 

Foggy Noggin Brewing, Bothell

Diablo del Sol English Pale Ale (51 IBU/5.2% ABV)

Chief Lightfoot Irish Red (33 IBU/5.5% ABV)

(FRI) Mr. Chips Xtra Pale (47 IBU/9.9% ABV)

(SAT) Cranberry Frost English Golden Strong (72 IBU/7.3% ABV)

(SUN) Cream Ale (18 IBU/5.2% ABV)

 

Fortside Brewing, Vancouver

Couve A’licious Brown Ale (20 IBU/5.2% ABV)

Ripple Effect (40 IBU/6% ABV)

Fortside IPA (73 IBU/ 6.9% ABV)

Kanaka Ale (21 IBU/6.3% ABV)

 

Fremont Brewing, Seattle

Summer Ale ( 45 IBU, 5.2% ABV)

Shine Pilsner (4O IBU, 5.4% ABV)

The Sister With Lime & Basil (8.5% ABV)

Grapefruit Sour Weisse (10 IBU, 4% ABV)

Dark Heron IPA (60 IBU, 6.6% ABV)

Independent IPA (80 IBU, 7% ABV)

Summer Melon Medley (45 IBU, 5.2% ABV)

Black Cherry Radler (3% ABV)

I-Paloma (80 IBU, 6.2% ABV)

ROTATING TAP:

(FRI) 5pm: Coffee Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Star

(FRI) 7pm: B-Bomb with Scotch Soaked Cherry Wood

(SAT) 11am: Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Star

(SAT) 1pm: Coffee Cinnamon B-Bomb

(SAT) 3pm: The Lamb

(SAT) 5pm: Rusty Nail

(SAT) 7pm: B-Bomb

(SUN) 11:30am: B-Bomb

(SUN) 1:30pm: Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Star

(SUN) 3:30pm: Coffee Cinnamon B-Bomb

 

Geaux Brewing, Bellevue

(FRI)Bourbon-barrel aged, fruit-infused Geaux Naked Barleywine (12% ABV)

(FRI)Ragin’ Cajun Imperial IPA (9.0% ABV)

Tremé IPA (6.9% ABV)

Breesy Summer Ale (5.1% ABV)

(Sat)Vanilla-Mint Chai Poydras Porter: (5.7% ABV)

(Sat)Lakeshore Premium Lager (5.4% ABV)

(Sun) Ghost Pepper Infused Poydras Porter(5.7% ABV)

(Sun) Geauxin’ South Rye IPA (6.5% ABV)

(Sun)Pirates Alley Pale Ale (4.5% ABV)

 

Georgetown Brewing, Seattle

Lucille IPA (7% ABV)

Bodhizafa IPA (6.9% ABV)

Johnny Utah Pale Ale

L.A. Woman (5.2% ABV)

Gusto Crema (4.9% ABV)

Mannschaft (4.8% ABV)

Lisa’s Chocolate Stout (8.3% ABV)

Fruit Vendor (8% ABV)

Wearly’s Rye

 

Ghostfish Brewing, Seattle

Peak Buster Double IPA (130 IBU/9.5% ABV)

Kai Dog Red IPA (65 IBU/6% ABV)

Grapefruit IPA (85 IBU/5.5% ABV)

Vanishing Point Pale Ale (63 IBU/5.1% ABV)

Shrouded Summit Belgian Wit (25 IBU, 4% ABV)

 

Gordon Biersch Brewery, Seattle

Belgian IPA

Keller Pils

Maibock

Belgian Blonde

 

Hale’s Brewery, Seattle

Hale’s Sidekick Session Ale (4.2 % ABV)

Barrel Aged Shed Stout (8.1 % ABV)

Supergoose IPA (7.1 % ABV)

Hale’s Cream Ale (5.1% ABV)

Hale’s Nitro Troll Porter (6.9 % ABV)

 

Harmon Brewing, Tacoma

One Hop Wonder (80 IBU/7.5% ABV)

William’s Perfect Porter (40 IBU/5.4% ABV)

5-Liter Farmhand Saison (18 IBU/5% ABV)

Orange Creamsicle Pale Ale (20 IBU/4.4% ABV)

 

Hellbent Brewing, Seattle

Hellbent IPA  (6.8% ABV)

Golden Ale. (5.1% ABV)

Big Island Toasted Coconut Stout (6.2% ABV)

Funky Red Patina (5.7% ABV)

(FRI) Anniversary IPA (6.5% ABV)

 

Hi-Fi Brewing, Redmond

Blue Danube / Vienna Lager (26 IBU/6.4% ABV)

Sitar IPA . Imperial IPA  (71 IBU  7.9 ABV)

Woofer Porter / Robust Porter (40 IBU/6.8% ABV)

Whiskey Vanilla Porter (7% ABV)

Hilliard’s Beer, Seattle-Table #79

Suffering Bastard Saison (7.6% ABV)

Three Bale Pale (6.1% ABV)

 

Hood Canal Brewery, Kingston

Mt Walker Wheat Ale

Hoods Head Smoked Amber

Dabob Bay IPA

Big Beef Oatmeal Stout

 

Icicle Brewing, Leavenworth

Bootjack IPA (64 IBU/6.5% ABV)

Dark Persuasion German Chocolate Cake Ale (22 IBU/6.5% ABV)

Khaos Kölsch (21 IBU/5% ABV)

(FRI) Lifeguard Biere De Garde (22 IBU, 8.5% ABV)

 

Iron Goat Brewing, Spokane

Impaler Imperial IPA (72 IBU/8.5% ABV)

Blackberry Apricot Sour  (6.5% ABV)

Head Butt IPA  (90 IBU/6.7% ABV)

Goatmeal Stout ABV (29 IBU/5.6% ABV/)

Cap’n Kidd Scotch Ale Aged in Whiskey Barrels (37 IBU/8.5% ABV)

Goatnik RIS Aged in Whiskey Barrels (72 IBU/12% ABV)

Goat Breaker Tart IPA  (70 IBU/6.5% ABV)

Dryfly Gin Barrel Aged Headbutt IPA (80 IBU/7.8% ABV)

Trashy Blonde (38 IBU/5.1% ABV)

 

Iron Horse Brewery, Ellensburg

High 5 Hefe

IPA

Irish Death (7.8% ABV)

Light Rail Ale (5% ABV)

 

Island Hoppin’ Brewery, Eastsound

Camano Island Coffee Porter 6.2% ABV 42 IBU

Phosphorescent Pale Ale 5.5% 60 IBU

(FRI) Sour Schwarz (5.1%)

 

Justice Brewing, Everett

Butterfinger Brown (7.5% ABV)

White & Nerdy (6.5% ABV)

Albino Rhino (6% ABV)

Rotating Sour/Wild Tap

 

Kulshan Brewing, Bellingham

Sunnyland IPA (55 IBU/5.5% ABV)

Pilsner (28 IBU/4.9% ABV)

Russian Imperial Stout (95 IBU/9.5% ABV)

Saison du Kulshan (31 IBU/3.75% ABV)

 

Loowit Brewing, Vancouver

Shadow Ninja IPA (75 IBU/7.2% ABV)

Roll for Experience +5 IPA (59 IBU/6.1% ABV)

Grimlock Rye Porter (31 IBU, 5.0% ABV)

Manic Pixie Dream Girl Berliner Weisse (10 IBU, 3.0% ABV)

 

Lucky Envelope Brewing,Seattle

ENIAC Mosaic IPA (6.6% ABV, 74 IBU)

Amarillo Session IPA (4.6% ABV, 48 IBU).

German Hefeweizen (5.1% ABV, 14 IBU)

Rotating Small Batch Tap

(FRI) Two Pepper Pale Ale (5.0% ABV, 35 IBU)

 

Lumberjack Brewing, Maple Valley

Timber/ Pale Ale (18 IBU/5.9% ABV)

Treespike IPA (78 IBU/ 6% ABV)

Scotch Ale (21.6 IBU, 6% ABV)

Oatmeal Stout (26 IBU, 6% ABV)

(FRI) Just-The-Tip Pale Ale (18 IBU/ 5.9% ABV)

(FRI) Jalapeno Pale Ale

 

Mac and Jack’s Brewery, Redmond

One and Done Dunkel Weizen

Ibis Grapefruit India Pale Ale

African Amber

Serengeti Wheat

 

McMenamins, Seattle

Summer School Double IPA (88 IBU/9% ABV)

Hot Break Habanero Extra Pale (46 IBU, 5% ABV)

 

Middleton Brewing, Everett

Fuego Jalapeno Pale Ale (FRI only), (5% ABV)

Triple Tapered Coffee & Coconut Brown Ale (5.9% ABV)

That’s My Jam Strawberry Wheat (4.2% ABV)

14 Steps Peanut Butter Oatmeal Stout (7.3% ABV)

Naked City Brewery, Seattle

Yankee Drifter Summer Lager (5% ABV)

Orange Blossom Special IPA (6% ABV)

(FRI) Under the Cherry Moon (10% ABV)

No-Li Brewhouse, Spokane, Table #71

(FRI) Berry Merry BJ (55 IBU, 6.1% ABV)

(Sat) BJ Cream Dream (55 IBU, 6.1% ABV)

(SAT & SUN)Summertime McLovin’ ( 55 IBU, 5.5% ABV)

(SAT) Winter Rewind (72 IBU, 7.5% IBU)

(SUN) Passionate BJ (55 IBU, 6.1% ABV)

(SUN) Black Ball (100 IBU, 9.5% ABV)

 

North 47 Brewing, Tacoma

Amber Waves Hefeweizen (10 IBU, 5.5% ABV)

German style Hefeweizen (5.5% ABV)

Summerland APA (71 IBU, 6.6% ABV)

Piney citrus American Pale Ale (6.6% ABV)

Elated Slug ESB (30 IBU, 4.7%)

 

North Jetty Brewing, Seaview

Yellow Boots Kolsch (25 IBU, 4.8% ABV)

Cape D. IPA.  (58 IBU, 6.2% ABV)

Leadbetter Red Scottish Ale. (23 IBU, 4.8% ABV)

Lights Out IIPA (85 IBU, 8.3% ABV)

North Jetty 4-23 Dampfbier (21 IBU/5.6% ABV)

 

North Sound Brewing, Mount Vernon

(FRI) Wullie Waught Aged Scottish Ale in Macallan Barrel (9.7% ABV)

(SAT) Tropical Trenchfoot Sour Wheat (5% ABV)

(SUN) SUCELLUS Imperial Porter infused with Strawberry and Vanilla. (9.5% ABV).

Cask Hopsolute IPA-Double Dry-Hopped/ Grapefruit Infused. (6.8% ABV)

Double Nut Brown Ale-on Nitro (6.9% ABV)

Tangarillo Wheat Ale (4.6% ABV)

 

Northwest Brewing, Pacific

Hoppy Bitch IPA (65 IBU/6.3% ABV)

Road Trip Pale Ale (30 IBU/5.3%)

Mango Weizen (15 IBU/5% ABV)

Bad Panda Ginger Pale Ale

 

Odin Brewing, Tukwila

Gimli Pale Ale (4.5%)

Freya’s Lager (4.5%)

Thor’s Sunstone (7.9%)

Experimental Pale Ale (4.5%)

 

Old Schoolhouse Brewery, Winthrop

Ruud Awakening IPA (8% ABV)

Lariat Coffee Stout (7% ABV)

Uncle Big’s Brown (6% ABV)

Epiphany Pale (6% ABV)

Imperial Stout (9.99% ABV)

 

Orlison Brewing, Airway Heights

Shin Splints IPA (85 IBU/5.1% ABV)

Barrel Aged Toasted Dragon (26 IBU/4.9% ABV)

Barrel Aged 2 Finger Pour (21 IBU/8% ABV)

Roast House Stout (56 IBU/5.5% ABV)

Clem’s

Havanuther Pilsner

(FRI) Barrel Aged Roast House Stout

 

Outlander Brewing, Seattle

Holy Basil/ Pale Ale. (15 IBU, 6% ABV)

Aussie Red/ Red IPA (60 IBU, 6.8% ABV)

Daily Special Release

 

Pacific Brewing & Malting, Tacoma

(FRI) Tacomatose Barleywine (8.8% ABV)

(FRI) Anomole’ (6.5% ABV)

(SAT&SUN) 1897 Pale Lager (5.0% ABV)

(SAT&SUN) Potomac Citra Pale Ale (6.2% ABV)

(SAT&SUN) Peach Berliner Weisse (4.4% ABV)

(SAT&SUN) Dirty Skoog Double IPA (8.1% ABV)

 

Paradise Creek Brewery, Pullman

Huckleberry Pucker (4.4% ABV)

Huckleberry Pucker Shandy (4% ABV)

Pokerface Blonde (6.5% ABV)

Over the Hop IPA (65 IBU/7% ABV)

Scottish Stovepipe (6% ABV)

Invective Stout (6.2% ABV)

Tap Seven

(FRI)Tequila Barrel Aged Belgian Quad. Blend (11.4%)

 

Peddler Brewing, Seattle

Tangerine Hefeweizen (15 IBU, 5.0% ABV)

Tropic Thunder IPA (55 IBU, 5.8% ABV)

(SAT) Oak Barrel Aged Belgian Sour (22 IBU, 9.9% ABV)

(SUN)Oak Barrel Aged Belgian (22 IBU, 9.9% ABV)

 

Pike Brewing, Seattle

Pike Hive Five Hopped Honey Ale (5.0% ABV)

Pike Space Needle Golden IPA (6.5% ABV)

Pike No 4 Alba IPA (4.2% ABV)

Pike 5X Stout (7.0% ABV)

 

Port Townsend Brewing, Port Townsend

Yoda’s Green Tea Gold Golden Ale. (20 IBU/4.7% ABV)

SHIP (Single Hop Imagination Pale Ale). (50 IBU/5.25% ABV).

Coffee Stout (25 IBU/7% ABV)

Cask Conditioned SHIP (50 IBU. 5.25% ABV)

 

Postdoc Brewing, Redmond

Alpha Factor IPA (64 IBU/6.8% ABV)

Prereq Pale Ale (5.5%/40 IBU)

Alma Mater Amber Ale (5.4% ABV/36 IBU)

Cram Session Coffee Porter (5.2% ABV/28 IBU)

Kilty MacSporran Scottish Ale (5.7%/ 18 IBU)

Grapefruit Summer Kölsch (3.8% ABV/ 20 IBU)

ROTATORS

(SAT-12)Blackberry Going, Going, Gose (4.6% ABV/25 IBU)

(SAT&SUN-12p)Hazelnut Cram Session Coffee Porter (5.2% ABV/28 IBU)

(SUN-12p) Mango Kölsch (3.8% ABV/20 IBU)

(SAT-4p)Malt & Vine IX Anniversary Beer – Smoked Pils (5.1% ABV/34 IBU)

(FRI-8p)Hogus Maximus Barriclus (2016) (11.1% ABV/180 IBU)

(FRI-4p)Barrel-Aged Demon Star (9.9% ABV/ 65 IBU)

(SUN-4p)Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel-Aged Kilty MacSporran (5.7%/18 IBU).

(SAT-2p)Peacher in the Rye (8.1% ABV/29 IBU)

(FRI-6p)Brett Barrel Gose with Plum (4.7% ABV/25 IBU)

(SUN-2p)Port Barrel-Aged Weizen Fall Weizenbock (7.1% ABV/ 19 IBU)

(FRI &SAT-6p)Brett Barrel Alpha Factor IPA          (7.3%ABV/ 64 IBU)

 

Ram Restaurant Brewery, Seattle

ZZ Hop (7.5% ABV)

Super Buzz (8.0%)

Corner Kick (4.8%)

 

Ravenna Brewing, Seattle

Jalapeno Kolsch (30 IBU/5.4% ABV)

Lion Tamer Bourbon Vanilla Porter (32 IBU/8% ABV)

Night Night Juice Imperial Red Rye IPA (88 IBU/9% ABV)

Bang It Out Belgian Style Pale (27 IBU/6% ABV)

 

Redhook Brewery, Woodinville

Summerhook (35 IBU/4.7%)

Blackhook à la Vita (36 IBU, 5.2% ABV)

(FRI) Cask  Dry Hopped American Pale Ale (40 IBU, 4.7%)

 

Resonate Brewery, Bellevue

Atomic Punk American IPA (7.6% ABV)

Red Sector Eh! Red IPA (6.2% ABV)

Hysberia Raspberry Wheat (5.2% ABV)

Rammstein Dusseldorf Altbier (5.2% ABV)

 

Reuben’s Brews, Seattle

Crikey IPA (6.8% ABV)

Summer IPA (6.5% ABV)

Gose (4.3% ABV)

Pilsner (5.0% ABV)

(FRI) Cask London Calling

(FRI&SUN) Triumvirate IPA (6.0% ABV)

(FRI&SUN) Lilywhite Wit (5.0% ABV)

(SAT) Noon-2pm: Dry Hopped Sour (3.2% ABV)

(SAT) Noon-2pm: Kenya Cream (5.0% ABV)

(SAT) 2pm-4pm: Kentucky Common (5.0% ABV)

(SAT) 2pm-4pm Bourbon Barrel Breakfast Stout (10.0% ABV)

(SAT)4pm-6pm: Tart Cherry Weisse (4.0% ABV)

(SAT) 4pm-6pm: Oak Aged Chocolate Orange Porter (5.9% ABV)

 

Riverport Brewing, Clarkston

Bullseye PA – Northwest Style IPA
Bedrock Bock – Traditional German Bock
Blonde Moment – American Blonde Ale
Hellsgate Hefeweizen
Barrel Two Batch One Sour Blonde Ale

 

Rock Bottom Brewery, Seattle

(FRI) Devils Thumb: Barrel aged Belgian Dark Strong Ale (9% ABV)

Helles Lager (5% ABV)

Hop Bomb IPA (6.8% ABV)

(Sat & Sun) Oatmeal Pale Ale (4.8% ABV)

Helles Lager (5% ABV)

Hop Bomb (6.8% ABV)

 

Rooftop Brewing, Seattle

(FRI) Cask: Gateway Creamsicle (6.0% ABV)

Mosaic Single Hop IPA (46 IBU/7.0% ABV)

Glorious Basker, Blood Orange Wheat (11 IBU/5.0 % ABV)

 

Schooner Exact Brewing, Seattle

(FRI) NW Framboise (5% ABV)

Whiskey Dick Cantwell (10% ABV)

Seamstress Union Raspberry Wheat

“Jawja” Peach (3.2% ABV)

Hopvine IPA (6.1% ABV)

Pale Lager – (5.3% ABV)

 

Seapine Brewing, Seattle

Seapine IPA (65 IBU/6.5% ABV)

Seapine Pale Ale(30 IBU/5.8%ABV)

 

Silver City Brewery, Bremerton

Ridgetop Red (15 IBU/6% ABV)

Nice Day IPA (55 IBU/5.5% ABV)

Ziggy Zoggy Summer Lager. (40 IBU/5% ABV)

Fat Scotch Ale (30 IBU/9.2% ABV).

Limited Handle: Liquid Sunshine Belgian Tripel. (30 IBU/9% ABV)

20th Anniversary Handle: Copper Mountain Maibock. (7.2% ABV/22 IBU)

(FRI)Cask Conditioned Nice Day IPA w/ whole-leaf Citra hops. 5.5%. 55 IBUs.

(SAT) 11:00am tapping: Bourbon Barrel Aged Fat Scotch. 10% ABV.

(SAT) 2:00pm tapping: Chardonnay Barrel Aged Liquid Sunshine. 9% ABV.

(SAT) 5:00pm tapping: Charming Disarmer Peach Wild Ale.

(SUN) 11:30am tapping: Charming Disarmer Peach Wild Ale.5.4%

(SUN) 1:00pm tapping: Chardonnay Barrel Aged Liquid Sunshine. 9% ABV.

(SUN) 3pm tapping: Bourbon Barrel Aged Fat Scotch. 10% ABV

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Slippery Pig Brewery, Poulsbo

Hogsbreath Honey Wheat (12% ABV)

Mojito Wit (6.7% ABV)

Rhubarb IPA (9% ABV)

 

Snipes Mountain Brewing, Sunnyside

Dos Lime (18 IBU, 5% ABV)

Green Meanie SIPA (72 IBU, 5% ABV)

 

Snoqualmie Falls Brewing, Snoqualmie

Axe Men Strong Red Ale (20 IBU/7.5 %).

Plant 1 Powerhouse Strong IPA (85 IBU/7.5% ABV)

Dolly Part’n (28 IBU/5.6% ABV)

 

Sound Brewery, Poulsbo

Sommerweizen (17 IBU/5% ABV)

Clear Wheat Ale (Kristallweizen) (5%ABV)

Monk’s Indiscretion (37 IBU/10% ABV)

Liberty Bay IPA (47 IBU/7% ABV)

Dubbel Entendre (8% ABV)

Old “88” Wheat wine. (30 IBU/11.7% ABV)

 

Sound To Summit Brewing, Snohomish

(FRI) Sunshine Kolsch (16 IBU/5%ABV)

(FRI) Big Wall White IPA (43 IBU/6.5% ABV)

(FRI) Black Sail CDA (43 IBU/ 7% ABV)

(Sat/Sun) Monkeyfist Maibock (7.4% ABV, 33 IBU)

(Sat/Sun) Black Sail CDA (7% ABV/43 IBU)

(Sat/Sun) Big Wall White IPA (43 IBU, 6.5% ABV)

(Sat/Sun) Jetty Pilsner (15 IBU/ 5% ABV)

 

Steam Plant Brewing, Spokane

Steam Plant Blonde Ale/ Blonde Ale (7 IBU/4.5% ABV)

Double Stack Stout/ Spiced Beer (43 IBU/6.4% ABV)

1889 Imperial IPA/ Imperial IPA (84 IBU/8.2% ABV)

Highland Scottish Ale/ Scottish Ale (18 IBU/5.8% ABV).

(FRI) Centennial Barley Wine (10.0% ABV/46 IBU)

 

Stoup Brewing, Seattle

My Own Private IPA (65 IBU/7.5% ABV)

German Style Pilsner (40 IBU/5.1% ABV)

Bavarian Hefeweizen (13 IBU/5% ABV)

Citra IPA (50 IBU/5.9% ABV

Rotating Tap

 

Strong Arm Brewing, Renton

Bravo Charlie Papa – Whiskey Barrel aged Coconut Porter (5.6% ABV)

Naked Bootleg – Ginger Apricot Summer Wheat (5.2% ABV)

Leadfoot – IPA (6.8% ABV)

Tenderfoot – Hibiscus IPA (6.8% ABV)

Cincinnatus – Strong Ale (8.4% ABV)

Cherry Pear Sour (4.0% ABV)

(FRI) Denunciation – Triple IPA (11.9% ABV)

 

 

Sumerian Brewing, Woodinville

Lucidity Pilsner (35 IBU/4.5% ABV).

Narcissism IPA (66 IBU/6.6% ABV)

Eruption Double IPA (95 IBU/8.3% ABV)

 

Ten Pin Brewing, Moses Lake

Head Pin IPA (62 IBU/7.1% ABV)

Suicide King Imperial IPA  (111 IBU/9.3% ABV)

Ten Pin Gose (5 IBU/10% ABV)

Groove Pineapple Wheat (25 IBU/5.8% ABV)

(FRI) Alpha Brett IPA (70 IBU/6.9% ABV)

 

Three Magnets Brewing, Olympia

Eastside Club Pale Ale

Experimental IPA Eldorado and Chinook

3Mag/Matchless collaboration Press Release Pale Ale

Gimme American Black Ale

stOUT and Proud American Stout

Dry Hopped Sour Wheat (No Kettle Sour)

2015 Port Barrel Aged Sour Stout

Graft With Whitewood Cider

Sun IPA

 

Top Rung Brewing, Lacey

Raspberry Wheat infused with Lemon (25 IBU/4.6% ABV)

Digging Line IPA (65 IBU/6.5% ABV)

Three-Sixty Red (34 IBU/5.8% ABV)

Pyrolysis Imperial Stout (57 IBU/10.2% ABV)

(SAT) Red Wine Barrel Aged Pyrolysis Imperial Stout (57 IBU/11% ABV)

(FRI) Bourbon Barrel Aged Pyrolysis Imperial Stout (57 IBU/11.2% ABV)

 

Triceratops Brewing, Olympia

Imperial Hawthorne coffee milk stout/ sweet stout (61 IBU/10% ABV)

Rhythm and Rye IPA/ Rye IPA (72 IBU/ 9% ABV)

Sammy IPA / American IPA (83 IBU/7.5 ABV)

Craftsman copper ale (42 IBU/5.5%ABV)

 

Triplehorn Brewing, Woodinville

(FRI&SAT) 3 Rotating Casks

(FRI&SAT) Enabler Session IPA (4.9% ABV)

(FRI&SAT) Landwink IPA (6.6% ABV)

(FRI) Bloodgeon Blood Orange Wheat (4.8% ABV)

(FRI) Pepperbelly Spicy Blonde (6.9% ABV)

(FRI) Bygg Vin 2015 Barrel Aged Barley Wine On Pineapple (13.5% ABV)

(FRI) Mystic Barrel Aged Belgian Strong Dark (10.5% ABV)

(FRI) Choko Thunder; Barrel Aged Imperial Sweet Stout (10% ABV)

(SAT) Stupid Monk – E Belgian Tripel (9% ABV)

(SAT) Bygg Vin; Barrel Aged Barley Wine; (13.5% ABV)

(SAT) Mystic; Belgian Strong Dark; (10% ABV)

(SAT) Shakti Strawberry Saison (6% ABV)

(SAT) Oatstanding Oatmeal Porter (6.3% ABV)

(SUN) Mellow Out Dad; Lavender Infused Farmhouse Saison (5% ABV)

(SUN) Landwink IPA; Dry Hopped On Whole Leaf Simcoe  (6.6% ABV)

(SUN) Intervention; Imperial IPA (9% ABV)

(SUN) Samson Triple India Pale (10% ABV)

(SUN) Bloodgeon Blood Orange Wheat (4.8% ABV)

(SUN) Nitro-N3m3si5 Imperial Milk Stout (10% ABV)

(SUN) Surprise Mystery Cask Of Tart Goodness

 

Twelve Bar Brews, Woodinville

Wicked Riff IPA (80 IBU/6.9% ABV)

C-Sharp Pentatonic (28 IBU/4.5% ABV)

Raspberry Blood-Orange Stout (18 IBU/5.8% ABV)

Bourbon Oaked Supertonic India Black (70 IBU/6.9% ABV)

Cut Time ISA (38 IBU/4.5% ABV)

Burning Down the House IIRA (100 IBU/8.5% ABV)

Rotating Randall

 

Twelve String Brewing, Spokane Valley

Mango Mambo Mango infused Hefewiezen (17 IBU/4.5% ABV)

Valley Red Red Ale (40 IBU/5.1% ABV)

Batch 201 IPA (79 IBU/6.8% ABV)

Electric Slide Imperial IPA (120 IBU/8.3% ABV)

Drop D Stout (49 IBU/6.2% ABV)

Rum Barrel aged Imperial Coconut Porter (49 IBU/8.3% ABV)

Cognac Barrel Aged Grapefruit Sour (5.1% ABV)

Rotating Barrel Aged Tap:

Woodinville Whiskey barrel aged Barley Wine (11.0% ABV).

Woodford Reserve Barrel Aged Imperial Red IPA  (8.0% ABV)

2013 vintage Electric Slide Imperial IPA aged in Dry Fly Whiskey barrels (8.3% ABV)

 

Two Beers Brewing, Seattle

Day Hike Summer Session Ale (41 IBU/4.1%)

Craft Mexican Lager (35 IBU/4.8% ABV)

Wonderland Trail IPA 84 (IBU/7.1% ABV)

Rotating Beer Tap

 

Vessel Ales, Woodinville

Perfect Storm IPA (70.1 IBU/6.8% ABV)

Drenched Wench Golden Ale (20.3 IBU/4.5% ABV)

 

Walking Man Brewing, Stevenson

Big Phat Walking Man IPA  (64 IBU/7.2% ABV)

Ramblin’ Raspberry Wheat (4.9% ABV)

 

Wander Brewing, Bellingham

Raspberry Millie American Sour (4.4% ABV)

2016 Barrel-Aged Emissary Imperial Stout (10.1% ABV)

Cranberry Fruit Puncheon (8.2% ABV)

Doglost Pilsner (5.0% ABV)

Wild Warehouse (6.8% ABV) (SAT ONLY)

Wanderale Belgian Blond (6.0% ABV)

 

Wet Coast Brewing, Gig Harbor

Mosaic Single-Hop IPA (72 IBU/6.4% ABV)

Wet Coast Cream Ale  (28 IBU 5.0% ABV)

East Meets Wet ESB (38 IBU, 5.0% ABV

El Capitan Coffee Brown (22 IBU/6.2% ABV)

 

Whitewall Brewing, Marysville

Smokey Point Pale Ale (5.4% ABV)

Wit’s End Belgian Wit (5.4% ABV)

Impromptu Session IPA (4.8% ABV)

L.O.B. Export Style Stout (7.0%)

 

Wingman Brewers, Tacoma

Lime Gose (4% ABV)

Coconut P-51 Porter (8% ABV)

Special Rotating Handle

 

Yakima Craft Brewing, Yakima

1982 Amber Ale (30 IBU/5.53% ABV)

Heather Scotthish Ale with Heather & Honey (24.7 IBU/4.74% ABV/)

Brewer’s Choice-TBA

 

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Eric Radovich

Executive Director

Washington Beer Commission

206-795-5072

 

 

 

11th Annual Washington Brewer’s Festival

2 Jun

Craft Brewers – Bell-Anderson’s Craft Brewery Insurance Expert, Josh Wright, will be on hand in the Brewer’s VIP Lounge once again serving freshly grilled brats – join us!

Friday, June 17 through Sunday, June 19

King County’s Marymoor Park, Redmond, WA

 111 Participating Washington Breweries Announced

 The 11th Annual Washington Brewers Festival, presented by Total Wine & More, is less than a month away and below is the list of the 111 Washington craft breweries that will be on hand at King County’s Marymoor Park in Redmond, the weekend of June 17-19. Washington breweries will occupy all 111 of the available pouring stations continuing the tradition of this event being the largest Washington-only craft beer festival.

New this year is the “Washington Beer Run” a fun 5k (3.1 mile) run or walk around the park, which will take place on Sunday morning, June 19, at 10am. Finishers of the Beer Run will be admitted to the tasting festival at 11am, 30-minutes before the general public. This will be an opportunity to stake out a great spot for Father’s Day at the event and enjoy 30-minutes of tasting before the crowds of beer lovers join in. Registration for the Washington Beer Run includes a ticket for Sunday entry to the Brewers Festival, a run t-shirt, extra tasting token, bottle opener, and the early entry. Sign up now at WashingtonBeerRun.com

The Festival kicks off on Friday, June 17, from 4pm to 9:30pm, with nearly all of the breweries on hand. All 111 breweries will then be on-site pouring more than 450 locally brewed craft beers on Saturday from 11am to 9pm and Sunday from 11:30am to 5pm. More than 20,000 attendees are expected for this Father’s Day weekend celebration at the picturesque Marymoor Park venue. Although Washington Beer is definitely the star of the show, there will be great live music and a dozen notable local food trucks on site as well.

Complete details, including the 450+ beer list and descriptions, will be available at washingtonbeer.com June 2nd!

2016 Washington Brewers Festival Breweries:

192 Brewing Kenmore
7 Seas Brewing Gig Harbor
American Brewing Edmonds
Anacortes Brewery Anacortes
Ashtown Brewing Longview
Aslan Brewing Bellingham
At Large Brewing Marysville
Bainbridge Brewing Bainbridge
Bale Breaker Brewing Yakima
Beardslee Public House Bothell
Bellevue Brewing Bellevue
Big Al Brewing Seattle
Big Block Brewing Sammamish
Black Raven Brewing Redmond
Boundary Bay Brewery Bellingham
Brickyard Brewing Woodinville
Bushnell Craft Brewing Redmond
Cash Brewing Silverdale
Chuckanut Brewery Bellingham
Counterbalance Brewing Seattle
Crucible Brewing Everett
Diamond Knot Craft Brewing Mukilteo
Dicks Brewing Centralia
Dirty Bucket Brewing Woodinville
Dreadnought Brewing Monroe
Dru Bru Snoqualmie
Elliott Bay Brewing Seattle
Elysian Brewing Seattle
Engine House No. 9 Brewery Tacoma
Everybodys Brewing White Salmon
Farmstrong Brewing Mount Vernon
Fish Brewing Olympia
Flycaster Brewing Kirkland
Flying Bike Cooperative Seattle
Flying Lion Brewing Seattle
Foggy Noggin Brewing Bothell
Fortside Brewing Vancouver
Fremont Brewing Seattle
Geaux Brewing Bellevue
Georgetown Brewing Seattle
Ghostfish Brewing Seattle
Gordon Biersch Brewery Seattle
Hale’s Ales Seattle
Harmon Brewery and Eatery Tacoma
Hellbent Brewing Seattle
Hi-Fi Brewing Redmond
Hilliards Beer Seattle
Hood Canal Brewery Kingston
Icicle Brewing Leavenworth
Iron Goat Brewing Spokane
Iron Horse Brewery Ellensburg
Island Hoppin Brewery Eastsound
Justice Brewing Everett
Kulshan Brewery Bellingham
Loowit Brewing Vancouver
Lucky Envelope Brewing Seattle
Lumberjack Brewing Maple Valley
Mac and Jacks Brewing Redmond
McMenamins – Roy Street Seattle
Middleton Brewing Everett
Naked City Brewery Seattle
No-Li Brewhouse Spokane
North 47 Brewing Tacoma
North Jetty Brewing Seaview
North Sound Brewing Mt. Vernon
Northwest Brewing Pacific
Odin Brewing Tukwila
Old Schoolhouse Brewery Winthrop
Orlison Brewing AirwayHeights
Outlander Brewery and Pub Seattle
Pacific Brewing and Malting Tacoma
Paradise Creek Brewery Pullman
Peddler Brewing Seattle
Pike Brewing Seattle
Port Townsend Brewing Pt. Townsend
Postdoc Brewing Redmond
Ram Brewing – Northgate Seattle
Ravenna Brewing Seattle
Redhook Ale Brewery Woodinville
Resonate Brewery Bellevue
Reubens Brews Seattle
Riverport Brewing Clarkston
Rock Bottom Brewing Seattle
Roof Top Brewing Seattle
Schooner Exact Brewing Seattle
Seapine Brewing Seattle
Silver City Brewery Bremerton
Slippery Pig Brewing Poulsbo
Snipes Mountain Brewing Sunnyside
Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Snoqualmie
Sound Brewery Poulsbo
Sound to Summit Brewing Snohomish
Steam Plant Brewing Spokane
Stoup Brewing Seattle
Strong Arm Brewing Renton
Sumerian Brewing Woodinville
Ten Pin Brewing Moses Lake
Three Magnets Brewing Olympia
Top Rung Brewing Lacey
Triceratops Brewing Olympia
Triplehorn Brewing Woodinville
Twelve Bar Brews Woodinville
Twelve Strings Brewing Spokane Valley
Two Beers Brewing Seattle
Vessel Ales Woodinville
Walking Man Brewing Stevenson
Wander Brewing Bellingham
Wet Coast Brewery Gig Harbor
Whitewall Brewing Marysville
Wingman Brewers Tacoma
Yakima Craft Brewing Yakima

The Washington Beer Commission’s

2016 Washington Brewers Festival

Presented by Total Wine & More

 DATES:

  • Friday, June 17, 4 – 9:30pm- 21-and-over only
  • Saturday, June 18, 11am – 9pm- All ages
  • Sunday, June 19, 11:30am – 5pm- All ages

 

LOCATION   King County’s Marymoor Park

  • 6046 W Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond, WA
  • There is a $5 on-site parking fee each day. Carpooling and a designated driver is strongly encouraged. Metro Bus service is available from Seattle to within a mile of the venue.

ADMISSION   Friday – 21+ only

  • $20 advance tickets ($25 online after May 31) or $25 at the door.
  • Admission includes a tasting cup and 10 tasting tokens.
  • Advance tickets are available online only.

 

 

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Congratulations Whiskey Ridge Brewing

10 Mar

WhiskeyRidgePoster

South Lake Union Craft Brewery Tasting

10 Mar

Drink WAshington BeerWashington Beer Commission Announces South Lake Union Event!

Collaboration Tasting Festival Set for Friday-Saturday, April 22-23, 2016

Seattle, WA – The Washington Beer Commission is proud to announce that it will add a new craft beer tasting event to its festival calendar for 2016. The Collaboration Festival will take place Friday evening and Saturday afternoon, April 22 – 23, at the South Lake Union Discovery Center lawn (101 Westlake Ave N., Seattle, 98109). There will be 23 pairs of local breweries (list below) showcasing a specialty craft beer, that they have developed together. There will also be additional unique brews and flagship beers being served by the participating breweries.  Additionally, some great food trucks will be on hand pairing fantastic bites with these delicious beers. Food trucks already confirmed include: Bread & Circuses, and Nosh,

 Tickets are on sale now at washingtonbeer.com for just $30 ($35 at the door).  Each ticket is good for eight, four ounce tastes, and additional tasting tokens are available for $2 each or three tokens for $5. Designated driver entry is just $5 and includes soda and/or water. This is a 21+ only event and the Washington Beer Commission encourages you to take public transportation or designate a driver. Please drink responsibly.

 The inaugural Washington Beer Collaboration Festival opens on Friday at 4:30pm and goes until 8:30pm that night. On Saturday, the doors will open at noon with the last pour just before 6pm. Tasting festivals are the primary source of income for the Washington Beer Commission with all proceeds going toward the promotion and marketing of Washington craft beer.

 The 23 pairs of Washington Breweries collaborating on a unique beer for this event:

 Anacortes Brewery + Menace Brewing

Aslan Brewing + The North Fork Brewery

Bale Breaker Brewing + Reuben’s Brews

Backwoods Brewing + Ashtown Brewing

Boundary Bay Brewery + Farmstrong Brewing

Brickyard Brewing + Spinnaker Bay Brewing

Chuckanut Brewery + Red Hook Brewery

Cloudburst Brewing + Stoup Breweing

Diamond Knot Craft Brewing + Scuttlebutt Craft Brewing

Elysian Brewing + Bluebird Microcreamery & Brewery

Fish Brewing  + Top Rung Brewing

Flying Bike Coop + Lantern Brewing

Ghostfish Brewing + Seattle Cider

Georgetown Brewing + Two Beers Brewing

Hilliard’s Beer + Wander Brewing

Iron Goat Brewing + Everybody’s Brewing

Lazy Boy Brewing + Naked City Brewing

Maritime Pacific Brewing + Roslyn Brewing

Postdoc Brewing + Resonate Brewery

Seapine Brewing  + Standard Brewing

Silver City Brewery + Sound Brewery

Three Magnets Brewing  + Triceratops Brewing

Whitewall Brewing + Skookum Brewery

Established in September 2006, the Washington Beer Commission represents all 318 craft breweries in Washington state. The Commission’s mission is to promote Washington beer, benefit the state’s breweries, and increase awareness and demand. It is still the only beer commission in the country! For complete information about the Washington Beer Commission and its tasting events please visit www.washingtonbeer.com

Content provided by Washington Beer Commission.

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6th Annual Washington Beer Open House

Saturday, February 20, Noon – 5pm

 110 Washington Breweries Open Their Doors!

The 6th Annual Washington Beer Open House takes place this Saturday, February 20, from noon to 5:00pm at craft breweries all around the great state of Washington.

This opportunity will allow you to take a look behind the scenes of some of Washington’s most exceptional breweries, talk to the brewers themselves, discover new breweries, try delicious craft beer creations, and meet some new craft beer loving friends.

Participating breweries will have a wide range of things going on during the five hour open house including rare barrel tastings, new seasonal beers, finger food, full tours, brewer discussion, unique beer samples, growler sales, music and other activities. Happenings will vary at each brewery.

Visit washingtonbeer.com for a map, directions and additional information. Plan your trip to visit a few neighboring breweries throughout the day, or spend the afternoon at one or two of your local favorites.

Come out and celebrate Washington Beer responsibly at the 6th Annual Open House!

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Contact: Eric Radovich
Washington Beer Commission
Phone: (206) 795-5072
Email: eric@washingtonbeer.com                                           
www.washingtonbeer.com

 

2016 WASHINGTON BEER OPEN HOUSE
110 PARTICIPATING BREWERIES
192 Brewing Kenmore
5 Rights Brewing Marysville
54-40 Brewing Washougal
7 Seas Brewing Gig Harbor
Airways Brewing Kent
American Brewing Edmonds
Amnesia Brewing Washougal
Anacortes Brewery Anacortes
Ashtown Brewing Longview
Aslan Brewing Bellingham
At Large Brewing Marysville
Badass Backyard Brewing Millwood (Spokane)
Bainbridge Island Brewing Bainbridge Island
Beardslee Public House Bothell
Big Barn Brewing Mead
Birdsview Brewing Concrete
Black Raven Brewing Redmond
Bluebird Brewery Seattle
Boundary Bay Brewery Bellingham
Chainline Brewing Kirkland
Chuckanut Brewery Bellingham
Counterbalance Brewing Seattle
Crucible Brewing Everett
Diamond Knot Brewpub Mountlake Terrace
Dicks Brewing Centralia
Dirty Bucket Brewing Woodinville
Doomsday Brewing Washougal
Downpour Brewing Kingston
Dreadnought Brewing Monroe
Dru Bru Brewery Snoqualmie Pass
Elliott Bay Brewing Seattle
English Setter Brewing Spokane Valley
Everybodys Brewing White Salmon
Farmstrong Brewing Mount Vernon
Fish Brewing Olympia
Flycaster Brewing Kirkland
Flying Bike Co-op Brewery Seattle
Foggy Noggin Brewing Bothell
Fremont Brewing Seattle
Geaux Brewing Bellevue
Georgetown Brewing Seattle
Ghost Runner Brewery Vancouver
Ghostfish Brewing Seattle
Harmon Brewery Tacoma
Hellbent Brewing Seattle
Herbert B. Friendly Brewing Renton
Hilliards Beer Seattle
Horse Heaven Hills Brewery Prosser
Island Hoppin Brewery Eastsound
Justice Brewing Everett
Kulshan Brewery Bellingham
Kulshan Brewery – K2 Bellingham
Lantern Brewing Seattle
Lazy Boy Brewing Everett
Loowit Brewing Vancouver
LoveCraft Brewing Bremerton
Lowercase Brewing Seattle
Lucky Envelope Brewing Seattle
Lumberjack Brewing Maple Valley
M.T. Head Brewing Graham
Maritime Pacific Brewing Seattle
McMenamins – Columbia Vancouver
McMenamins – Mill Creek Mill Creek
McMenamins – Six Arms Seattle
McMenamins – Anderson Bothell
Middleton Brewing Everett
Mollusk Brewery Seattle
Naked City Brewery Seattle
Narrows Brewing Tacoma
Northwest Brewing Pacific
Odd Otter Brewing Tacoma
Optimism Brewing Seattle
Pacific Brewing and Malting Tacoma
Perry Street Brewing Spokane
Pike Brewing Seattle
Populuxe Brewing Seattle
Postdoc Brewing Redmond
Propolis Brewing Port Townsend
Ravenna Brewing Seattle
Redhook Ale Brewery Woodinville
Reubens Brews Seattle
River Mile 38 Brewing Cathlamet
River Time Brewing Darrington
Rooftop Brewing Seattle
Salish Sea Brewing Edmonds
Schooner Exact Brewing Seattle
Scuttlebutt Brewing Everett
Seapine Brewing Seattle
Silver City Brewery Bremerton
Slaughter County Brewing Port Orchard
Slippery Pig Brewing Poulsbo
Snipes Mountain Brewing Sunnyside
Sno Town Brewery Snohomish
Sound Brewery Poulsbo
Sound to Summit Brewing Snohomish
Spinnaker Bay Brewery Seattle
Stoup Brewing Seattle
Sumerian Brewing Woodinville
Tacoma Brewing Tacoma
Tin Dog Brewing Seattle
Top Rung Brewing Lacey
Triplehorn Brewing Woodinville
Twelve Bar Brews Woodinville
Twelve Strings Brewing Spokane Valley
Valholl Brewing Poulsbo
Walking Man Brewing Stevenson
Wander Brewing Bellingham
Wet Coast Brewery Gig Harbor
Whiskey Ridge Brewing Arlington
Whitewall Brewing Marysville