Events in Washington

  • Tuesday, July 25

    Rhein Haus, Tacoma, 6-8pm

    Hog & Grog

    It’s the last Tuesday of the month, so that means it’s time for Rhein Haus’ famous pig roast night, Hog & Grog. They’ll supply the hog, and I guess technically they’ll supply the grog too, but Garrett will be there to tell you all about the grog and maybe raffle off some grog related swag.   
  • Tuesday, July 25

    Steady Flow Growler House, Spokane Valley, 5-7pm

    Trivia Tuesday

    It’s Trivia Tuesday, so you know what that means! Trivia! (if you didn't get that answer right, maybe you should sit this one out, eh?) Hang out and test your knowledge, or just your beer drinking ability, with Stefanie. Gtown beers will be on tap and on special to help you fuel your brain for some hard thinkin’. Not really sure what Stefanie’s role is in all of this, but it will probably involve giving out some swag at some point, and will not involve giving you correct answers. 
  • Thursday, July 27

    Piatti, 6:30pm

    Georgetown Beer Dinner

    Join us for an evening when 5 of our beers are paired with 5 courses of inspired seasonal dishes from Chef Dylan. I don’t want to give away too much, but I’ve heard the word “nduja” passed around, and you don’t joke about spreadable pork salumi. Call them to make a reservation!
  • Thursday, July 27

    O'Blarney's, O’lympia, 8pm

    Trivia Night

    Match wits with your fellow neighbors, and Garrett, during O’Blarney’s Trivia Night. That Garrett is a pretty smart cookie, DESPITE the fact he’s never seen the American classic film Airplane! and is completely incapable of quoting anything from that movie (looks like I picked the wrong week to quit taking amphetamines? Jim never vomits at home? Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish prison? And Leon is getting laaaaaaaager? COME ON GARRETT!) Gtown beers on tap, probably on special as well, and delicious trivial pursuits. 
  • Monday, July 31

    Prima Bistro, Whidbey Island, call for reservations

    Georgetown Beer Dinner

    Amongst the crew here at the brewery, this event is simply called "Journey on, shirts off”, without inflection. The same way one might say “brussel sprout” or “electrocardiogram”. Now, whether or not it happened the way you heard it, or is happening, or will happen is not for me to say. Plus it distracts from the fact that Prima pulls together a really amazing 5 course dinner paired with 5 Georgetown beers. Whither Journey comes on (likely) and/or shirts come off (debatable) do yourself a favor and get tickets (and hotel rooms) now because this event sells out. 
  • Saturday, August 12

    7 Cedars Casino, Sequim, 1-7pm

    Far West Beer Fest

    Taking place at the base of the Olympics in Sequim, where the sun always shines, it's the 5th annual Far West Beer Fest! Live entertainment, food, beer and cider from 20+ breweries and sunshine is all you'll need for a Saturday afternoon. Also! Super rare Roger sighting! Maybe you can ask him why his beer takes so long to make (in case you think under 30 days is extremely long for a lager). Proceeds benefit the Hurricane Ridge Winter Sports Education Foundation.
  • Saturday, August 12

    Skagit Riverwalk Park, Mt. Vernon, 4-9pm

    Brewfest on the Skagit

    Help raise money for the historic Lincoln Theater with this 15th annual neighborhood brew fest featuring dozens of local craft brews (including our LA Woman Crystal Kölsch and Bodhizafa IPA), live music, leisure games, and local food trucks. What’s a leisure game? Is that one where no one is supposed to care who wins? Good luck with that. 
  • Saturday, August 12

    ​Innis Arden Clubhouse, Shoreline, 3-7pm

    4 Corners Brewfest

    Put down that Dornish red and your Arbor gold, a man could use another taste of beer. 4 Corners presents A Brewfest Has No Name, benefitting the Shoreline Historical Museum, and featuring tasty beer and live music from Celt Check!. Tasting glasses will be provided, so leave your drinking horns at home. 
  • Wednesday, August 16

    Wenatchee Valley Brewing Company, Pybus Market location, Wenatchee, 5-8pm

    Take The Pint Night

    Hello, is it beer you’re looking for? 5 Gtown handles on tap, including our newest Rocketman IPA and the only keg of June IPA east of the Cascades, both of which will have you dancing on the ceiling. Purchase any one of these tasty brews and you'll get to keep the pint glass! Plus, raffles and swag all. Night. Long! (alllll niiiiight, whoa oh, allll niiiiiight).
  • Friday, August 18

    Pike Place Market, 7-11pm

    Sunset Supper

    Your ticket gets you unlimited food and drinks from 80 of the regions best restaurants, breweries, wineries and distilleries. You’ll find one of us manning the taps at the Georgetown booth with a couple tasty beers on tap. This event helps raise much needed funds for the low-income families who work and live in and around the Market.   
  • Saturday, August 19

    South Lake Union, 12-6pm

    Collaboration Fest

    Featuring 27 unique collaboration beers from 50 different Washington breweries, if you need to scratch that whalezbro itch, here’s your chance. We’re teamed up with Bale Breaker and couldn’t be more excited to present our sour coffee black gose, barrel aged on 10 different kinds of wood and a watermelon/oyster slurry. JK, it’s an IPA. OR IS IT?!? Gotta show up to find out. 
  • Saturday, August 19

    Tumwater Valley Golf Course, Tumwater, 1-8pm

    Tumwater Arteisan Brewfest

    Select sips from over 50 Pacific NW breweries, including a couple select Gtown brews. If you need some activities, besides drinking beer and eating snacks, they’ll have plenty of games like like human foosball, cornhole and a stein holding competition. I’m no sportsball fan, but isn’t human foosball just, like, “soccer”? I must see this in action. 
  • Saturday, August 26

    Des Moines Beach Park, Des Moines, 12-8pm

    Poverty Bay Blues & Brews

    Last year, after Niantic released Pokémon Go to an unsuspecting and unprepared world, Lisa remarked that Des Moines Beach Park contains a major, MAJOR Poké-stop. So, in addition to tasting beers, including some 9lb Porter and Bodhizafa IPA from yours truly, and enjoying the awesome blues music, you can ALSO find out how the Poké catching is going a year later. 

Events in Oregon

  • Wednesday, July 26

    Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland

    30th Annual Oregon Brewers Fest

    One of the nation's longest-running craft beer festivals, the Oregon Brewers Festival is considered a destination, and 80,000 craft beer lovers annually make the pilgrimage to Beervana for this 5 day festival. We’ll be pouring our gold medal winning Bodhizafa IPA amongst the 80 or so other independent brewers. What’s great about this event is it’s free - you just buy the mug and the tokens - so if you can’t try everything one day, you just go back the next. And the next. And the next. And the next. 
  • Wednesday, August 9

    10 Barrel Pub, Bend, 4-9pm

    10 Barrel Beer Wars IPA Fest

    10 Barrel Brewing once again hosts its annual Beer Wars IPA Fest, with a couple tweaks from past years. While this year's fest still features a blind tasting of 30+ IPAs from Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Idaho and California, the main prize will go to the brewery with the most votes, rather than the "City vs. City" or "State vs. State". We'll run our Bodhizafa IPA out there again (which took #3 at the 2016 Bend Beer Wars) and let him do his thing.
  • Wednesday, August 9

    The Brown Owl, Bend, 5-7pm

    Point Break Night!

    Did you know that Point Break is NOT on the American Film Institute's list of the "100 Greatest American Films of All-Time"? I like to think that, similar to a fine wine or egg salad sandwich, Point Break only gets better with age. Maybe it just needs to sit a little longer until the AFI can truly appreciate it. Until then, come celebrate all things Point Break at the Brown Owl! The Owl will have main characters Bodhizafa IPA and Johnny Utah Pale Ale on tap, Point Break on the screens, and meatball subs on special while Sean raffles off swag. 
  • Thursday, August 10 - Saturday, August 12

    Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend

    Bend Beer Fest

    3 full days of craft beer bliss on the banks of the Deschutes, featuring 170+ craft beers, ciders, and wine. Our Bodhizafa IPA, 2016’s People’s Choice Award winner, will be joined this year by LA Woman Crystal Kölsch pouring from the taps, and Sean will be on the lookout for our long lost Toledo pals Sprinkles and Chili Dog. It’s free to get in, you just need to buy a tasting glass and tokens.
  • Saturday, August 12

    NE 11th Ave & Alberta St., Portland, 11am-6pm

    Alberta Street Fair

    Ever been to the Alberta Arts District in Portland? It's one of the city's most beloved neighborhoods and it's throwing a party! Come check out this free community event benefitting the Alberta Main St. Association. Entertainment, music, vendors, and food for people of all ages, but for those 21 and up, we'll have Bodhizafa IPA and Johnny Utah Pale on tap at the Radio Room Beer Garden on NE 11th Ave and Alberta St. Come by for a beer and help raise money for this vibrant neighborhood!
  • Friday, August 18 - Saturday, August 19

    American Legion Park, Redmond, 12-11pm

    Redmond Brewfest

    It's the inaugural Redmond Brewfest and it just so happens to be right before the highly anticipated total solar eclipse on 8/21! Coincidence? But what's a total solar eclipse? According to whatever Sean Nye the Beer Drinking Guy read on teh interwebz, "A total solar eclipse will be a once in a lifetime event and occurs when the Moon comes between the Sun and Earth and casts the darkest part of its shadow (the umbra) on Earth." Lucky you, Central Oregon is in the "path of totality," making it one of the best places to view the eclipse in the U.S. Head to Redmond for some beer drinkin' and stick around an extra couple days to catch the eclipse. We'll have Bodhizafa IPA, Johnny Utah Pale and Rocketman IPA at the fest for all you beer and/or celestial enthusiasts. 
  • Saturday, August 26

    10 Barrel Brewing, Portland, 5-10pm

    Beer Wars IPA Fest PDX

    Just like the Bend event, beers from breweries in Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Idaho and California will battle it out for IPA domination in a BLIND tasting battle of the beers to see who really makes the best IPA in the West. Last year, Bodhizafa made it to #4. Will this be the year we crack the top 3?

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