Events in Washington

  • Tuesday, July 17

    H&H Saloon, 91 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, 7:30-9:30pm

    Georgetown Brewery Night

    H&H is one of the oldest bars in Washington state, opening in 1910 when the population was about 628 people. You can add one more person for the night when Nathan stops by to spread around a little Gtown love. Manny’s Pale Ale, Bodhizafa IPA and 9lb Porter will be on tap for pints, with a little swag raffling in the mix. 
  • Saturday, July 21

    Legion Memorial Park, Arlington, 4-9pm

    Arlington Brewfest

    Come on out and join your community for craft beer, local wine and cider, tasty food, great music, awesome raffle prizes, and loads of fun - all while helping out a wonderful cause! Last year, tickets were only sold online, and there’s no mention of tickets available at the door, so maybe just get them online to be safe.  
  • Saturday, July 21

    Phinney Center, Phinney Ridge, 4-7pm

    PNA Summer Beer Taste - Brewkilau!

    Hawai’ian custom says that when you visit the Volcano, you should bring a gift to pay homage to the Goddess Pele. Legends say she loves gin, cigars and fish, but they also say any gift from the heart will do. Our beer always comes from the heart, so even if it doesn’t contain any gin, cigars or fish, here’s hoping it pleases Tūtū Pele. 
  • Saturday, July 28

    Choice Beverage, Ballard, 3-7pm

    Choice Beverage Block Party

    Choice Beverage in Ballard is hosting it’s once-a-month-ish Block Parties again this year! Marzano will be at the July event, with live music, beer tastings and food. All ages welcome!
  • Saturday, July 28

    Pyramid Alehouse, SoDo, 1-5pm

    Mews & Brews

    It's beers and cats. Beers and cats and beers and cats and beers and cats and beers and cats and beers and cats and beers and cats and beers and cats and beers and cats and beers and cats. Benefitting the Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project! 

Events in Oregon

  • Saturday, July 21

    Seven Feathers Casino, Canyonville, 5-10pm

    Hammer N'Ales Craft Brew Festival

    Leave your hammers at home - the only thing you’ll be raising are darn tasty glasses of beer! Umpqua Valley Habitat for Humanity is gearing up for its 5th annual craft beer festival, their largest fundraiser of the year. We’ll be bringing our hoppy offerings of Johnny Utah Pale Ale and Lucille IPA. Funding from the brewfest helps Habitat build decent, affordable homes for families in Douglas County communities, so it's a great chance to do some good while enjoying your Saturday afternoon. 

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