Celebrating their 83rd year anniversary all April long is one of Roger’s favorite places to toss back a pint or two - and in this day and age, you have to admit, that kind of staying power deserves some celebration. Come for the beer, swag raffling and sociable Jrob action, stay for the open mic night.
Stefanie has promised 4 handles of Gtown beer, swag giveaways, and a grand prize of a growler with a fill of your choice of Georgetown beer to go. Her roommate has a cat, so I’m inclined to trust whatever Stef says.
It’s like a porky, smoky Field of Dreams, if the part of Ray Kinsella was played by a cured ham. This event would probably not be nearly as popular if it was "Beer & Kale Klassic", so lucky for you, it is not. A ton of breweries, a mess of restaurants, and a bacon eating contest. If you smoke it, they will come.
This brew fest raises money for the awesome Max Higbee Center, an organization that provides recreation programs for teens and adults with developmental disabilities. Buy a VIP ticket and get in early for an extra hour of fun!
Southridge Sports and Events Complex, Kennewick, 12-6pm
Tri Cities Craft Beer Festival
Join us for the inaugural Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival at the Southridge Sports and Events Complex in Kennewick! This event will feature 35 Washington craft breweries pouring more than 100+ craft beers from the Home of the Hops.
Put on your boots and the largest belt buckle you have - it’s time to saddle up for Eburg's #1 Country Bar, cowfolk! I don’t think there is a mechanical bull there, which is a GOOD thing but there will be a Stefanie with some darn tasty GTB beer and swag for raffling off. Yippee-ki-yay!
This is it - pretty much the biggest night for Georgetown Brewing all year. Bob’s birthday is the day we release our limited edition Bob's Brown Ale at the Nickerson Street Saloon and hopefully raise a bunch of money for Ronald McDonald House Charities. If you don’t already know, Bob’s is our charity beer we brew once a year with all proceeds from sales donated to RMHC in honor of Manny’s friend Bob Hirsch. We raffle off prizes, have an auction, Creeping Time plays some music on the patio, and we drink beer. Lots and lots of beer. The Nickerson keeps it family friendly so you have no excuse not to go.
It’s the last Thursday of the month, so that means it’s a Brewer’s Night at the Paddle Pub! Enjoy a tasty selection of Georgetown beers while Nathan talks about the brewery, the beers, and raffles off some swagalicious swag.
Salem Convention Center, Salem, Thursday 4-10pm, Friday 4-10pm, Saturday 2-10pm
Cinco de Micro Beer Fest
The sixth annual Cinco de Micro Brewfest, features local and northwest brews, local eateries and distilleries, and live music. Sean won’t be there to personally pour the Johnny Utah and Bodhizafa we’ll have on tap, but he’ll be there in spirit. He always is.
Swing by for a humpday promo at Philomath’s premiere craft beer bar, Vinwood, with some of our beers on draft, and super swaggy giveaways. Sean will attempt to self medicate his décalage horaire and teach people how to pronounce "gueule de bois”, so practice voicing your uvular fricatives.
Mill Casino, Coos Bay, Saturday 12-6pm, Sunday 12-4pm
BBQ, Brews and Blues on the Bay Fest
Come out to eat and judge some brews and some ‘ques. Festival judges will decide the winners in the 5 beer categories, but fest attendees decide who gets the "People's Choice" award. We’ll be gunning for the IPA category with our Bodhizafa, natch, so if we win the category, expect "Walt Bombs" at Walt's Pourhouse to follow. If we win People’s Choice, the Walt Bombs might* even be on Sean. Proceeds benefit the Coos Bay-North Bend Rotary Club and Bay Area Chamber of Commerce.
*yeah, Mat’s probably not going to go for that, but what happens in Coos Bay...
Mendocino County Fairgrounds, Boonville, CA, 1-6pm
21st Annual Anderson Valley Boonville Beer Fest
It’s a beer festival, y’all. Like Coachella, but with fewer flower headbands. OR NOT, I DON’T KNOW! IT’S OUR FIRST TIME THERE! But there’s beer, music, and some guy in a bear/deer/beer costume that is probably super warm to wear so please be nice to him/her.
Scientists say rice is actually the best thing for a tongue burning from the searing heat of capsaicin laden food. Keep that in your back pocket while you chow chili and salsa like you mean it. Or, maybe not your back pocket - like, bring a tupperware container or something. Adam will be there, pouring Gtown beer alongside 20 or so other breweries, and will be happy to tell you about when the Gtown crew ate 7 alarm wings that one time. I think he was there. Most of us were crying.