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Washington

Jul 01: Georgetown promo, Puyallup River Alehouse, 6pm

Garrett will be at Puyallup River Alehouse for this Wednesday's Brewer's Night! He said he'll be digging around the cooler for something fun to bring, and challenging anyone to beat him on the newly acquired Metallica pinball game. Seek & destroyyyyyy!

www.facebook.com/PuyallupRiverAlehouse

Jul 02: Seattle Adventure Run, 1st Thursday every month through November

It's the fourth installment of this year's Adventure Run Series! Start at Seattle Roadrunner Sports and collect raffle tickets throughout the neighborhood, running, jogging, or walking to each checkpoint. At the end, win raffle prizes and drink a pint to raise money for The Ethiopia Project. Not ready for the fun to end? Hang out at the after party at Atlantic Crossing Pub where you can enjoy the beginning to a long weekend and compare Fitbit® stats.

rrsseattleadventurerun.eventbrite.com

Jul 04: Little Water Cantina

What's your plan for Independence Day, maybe a little firework watching? Situated on Lake Union, LWC is one of the best places in Seattle to watch the show. Your unobstructed view of the rockets' red glare should pair nicely with Georgetown beer specials (Manny's and Johnny Utah) on the patio. Too much rockets' red glare? Maybe you'll luck into winning a pair of Johnny Utah sunglasses...

www.littlewatercantina.com

Jul 08: Bob's Brown Ale BBQ, Westin Bellevue, 4-7pm

Join us on the patio for some beer, BBQ and sunshine and help raise money while you do it! There are only a few kegs of Bob's left for the rest of the year, so this is one of the last events until May 2016. Reps from Ronald McDonald House and Georgetown will be there whooping it up, plus, it starts at 4pm so you can leave work early and avoid the rush hour traffic.

www.westinbellevuehotel.com/cypress-bellevue

Jul 10-12: West Seattle Summerfest, West Seattle Junction, 10am-6pm Fri+Sat, 11am-5pm Sun

It's West Seattle's big summer party when the Junction closes to traffic for a big ol' block party. Fun, games, food and beer right in the center of town - not to mention the music lineup this year is pretty stellar. Plus it's free! You're only a bridge away.....

wsjunction.org/summerfest/

Jul 11-12: Ballard SeafoodFest, heart of downtown Ballard, starts at 11am both days

As someone who is generally crowd averse and sunshine challenged, it takes a little more than a bouncy house and some Shishkaberries to get me into this kind of situation. But you know what will do it? Seafood. Lots of seafood. And Ballard Sea Food Fest delivers. It's the 41st year of this Ballard institution where they serve not just pounds and pounds and pounds of seafood, but around one ton of salmon. Johnny Utah will be on tap in the beer garden, and the Scandinavians really know how to party, so don't miss it.

www.seafoodfest.org

Jul 12: Georgetown Criterium bike races, Georgetown Brewing, 10am start

It's time for the annual Georgetown Criterium! Races start right in front of the brewery at 10am with the last one at 4:40pm. The kid-friendly beer garden starts later, but goes later too (1-9pm), where they'll have food, beer and wine. We've also set aside a keg of Bob's Brown Ale to pour with all sales going to Ronald McDonald House Charities. Check out championship bike racing in your (well, technically our) backyard!

krcycling.wordpress.com/race-info/

Jul 15: Georgetown promo, Westside Public House, 6-9pm

How about a little mid week outing? Marzano will be hosting this promo at the newest pub holding down the corner on California & SW Edmunds in the heart of West Seattle. No matter what you're into, Westside has a little something for everyone - come to think of it, Marzano does too, I'm just not sure what that is yet....

westsidepublichouse.com

Jul 15: Bob's Brown Ale Night, Brown Lantern, Anacortes, 6-8pm

The folks at BL have been annual supporters of our efforts to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities with our Bob's Brown Ale, and this year is no different. Rumors of past years' "antics" have included Flaming Manny Bombs and keg stands, but these are just rumors and are unsubstantiated, I'll have you know. However, a heavy Gtown contingent usually drives up for this event, so really anything can happen.

www.brownlantern.com

Jul 15: Georgetown promo, Taphouse Ink, Maple Valley, 7pm

A late addition to the docket, Garrett's booked a last minute wing ding at Taphouse Ink. As is the usually the case, Garrett will be hanging about, talking about the Gtown beers on tap, and maybe raffling off a bit o' swag.

www.taphouseink.net

Jul 18: Phinney Neighborhood Association Summer Beer Taste, 4-7pm

What's that shimmery mirage up ahead? Ahhhh, it's a Beer Oasis: Draughts not Drought! Quench your thirst on beers from 20 different breweries, including brews from yours truly. One of the biggest little beer fests in the city, this event always draws a fun crowd (the fun beers probably have something to do with it).

phinneycenter.org/summerbeer/

Jul 18: Bremerton Summer Fest, noon-6:30pm

Why drive when you can float? Just a quick 5 minute walk from the ferry dock will put you at the festival entrance, but you should definitely take some time to walk around downtown and maybe grab a little bite beforehand to cushion the onslaught of beer sampling. Don't dilly dally too much downtown though, this festival has been known to run out before the end....

washingtonbeer.com/festivals/bremerton-summer-brewFest.php

Jul 27: Prima Bistro Beer Dinner, Langley, 5:30pm

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 now because this event sells out.

www.primabistro.com

Jul 27: Georgetown promo, South Bay Dickerson's BBQ, Olympia, 6-9pm

Chase away those Monday blues with a little beer and BBQ. Garrett will be on hand to talk about the Gtown beer on tap, which he suspects will prolly be Eddie and Johnny Utah, and he might give away a little swag to boot.

www.southbaybbq.com

Jul 30: Bob's Brown Ale Firkin Night, Beveridge Place Pub, 7pm

While kegging Bob's LAST year, Tom diverted a firkin's worth of the brown brew into a cask. Since then, it's been hanging around the brewery for over a year, getting more tasty as it bides its time. The BPP is always kind enough to host this firkin awesome event for us, despite the fact we probably drink most of the beer ourselves. It's one of the last pushes to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities this year, so we hope to see you there!

www.beveridgeplacepub.com/events/

Jul 30: Party on the Patio, Regatta Bar & Grille, 4-8pm

Cozily situated in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Regatta is hosting a Party on the Patio every Thursday during the summer. We'll be featured on the last Thursday in July - Marzano will bring some fun beers, and you'll get to enjoy those fun beers, plus live music and tasty snacks.

www.cphotelseattle.com/regatta-bar-grille/

Jul 30: A Taste of the Valley, Maple Valley, 6-9:30pm

Formerly "Spirits & Jazz", this fundraiser put on by the Maple Valley Rotary Club benefits Foster Champs, a local non profit that supports foster kids and their families in the area. Make your way through tastes of local beer, wine, booze and food while you raise money for a good cause.

atasteofthevalley.org/get-your-tickets/

Jul 31: Caddyshack Movie Night & Golf, Foster Golf Links, 5:30 tee off, 9pm movie

I could start pulling out Caddyshack quotes, but there's no time, so let's just cram in what this all entails: 9 holes of golf, Billy Baroo's BBQ, Gtown beer, outdoor showing of Caddyshack, PLUS side games like Best Dressed, Baby Ruth Toss, Putter Toss, and more. Golf and dinner is only $25, but the Greatest Movie Of All Time is free! In the immortal words of Jean Paul Sartre, 'Au revoir, gopher'. (ok, just one quote)

www.fostergolflinks.com

Oregon

Jul 03-05: 3-Day 3-Way Beer Fest, Fort George Brewery, Astoria

3 days of live music, stellar beers, fireworks and the kind of fun only Fort George can provide (and boy do they deliver the fun). The biggest day will be on the 4th when the taps are full of all three years of 3-Way IPA, plus beers from all of the breweries that have ever participated in 3-Way. Sean is bringing the Johnny Utah and Bodhizafa, and the US of A is bringing the freedom! 'Murica!

www.fortgeorgebrewery.com

Jul 11: Oregon LagerFest, White Owl Social Club, Portland, 2-10pm

It's that time when the warm weather brings out the lager lover in all of us. Details are still forthcoming, but we do know that 50+ breweries are bringing their finest lager to the White Owl Social Club patio for your drinking enjoyment. Because it's the PacNW, we're bringing our Eddie IPL this year - a lighter beer with the bitter bite of an IPA. Also of note: Country Trash will play a set at 5pm. No word if Euro Trash will be playing a set directly afterwards. Stay tuned for details!!!!!

www.lagerfest.com

Jul 15: Bingo Night, Beachcomber Pub, Florence, 6pm-however long it takes

It's exactly what is sounds like - a Bingo Night. But what makes it extra special is we're hosting it along with New Belgium. Beachcomber's website has it advertised as Ranger Ryan and Sasquatch Sean calling out the numbers. Oh Sean, I'm going to call you that forever now. Win prizes!

www.beachcomberpub.com

Jul 17: 3-Way IPA Party, Broken Top Bottle Shop & Ale Cafe, Bend 5-8pm

They say BTBS is not a brew pub, it's a brew HUB. This is literally true when Fort George, Pfriem and Sean all travel to Bend to celebrate the 3-Way IPA! Extra beers from the 3-Way breweries will be on tap in addition to the 3-Way IPA, plus there will be swag giveaways, and general hanging out. Good news for vegetarians/vegans and meat eaters alike - there are plenty of snacks for you to choose from so you don't get snockered.

btbsbend.com

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