2013 Washington Brewers Festival
2013 WASHINGTON BREWERS FESTIVAL Friday, June 14 through Sunday, June 16 King County’s Marymoor Park, Redmond 72 Participating Washington Breweries Announced
The 8th Annual Washington Brewers Festival is less than two months away and below is the list of 72 Washington craft breweries that will be on hand at King County’s Marymoor Park in Redmond, the weekend of June 14-16. Washington breweries will occupy all 72 of the available pouring stations this year, making this the largest Washington-only craft beer festival ever! The Festival kicks off on Friday, June 14, from 4pm to 9pm, with more than 40 of these breweries on hand. All 72 breweries will then be on-site pouring more than 250 unique craft beers on Saturday from 11am to 9pm and Sunday from 11am to 6pm. More than 18,000 attendees are expected for this Father’s Day weekend celebration at the picturesque Marymoor Park venue. Although Washington Beer is the star of the show, there will be great live music and local food trucks as well! Complete details, including the 250+ beer lineup, will be available at washingtonbeer.com in the coming weeks.
2013 Washington Brewers Festival Brewery Lineup:
|7 Seas Brewing||Gig Harbor|
|Bainbridge Island Brewing||Bainbridge|
|Bale Breaker Brewing||Yakima|
|Big Al Brewing||Seattle|
|Big Time Brewing||Seattle|
|Black Raven Brewing||Redmond|
|Boundary Bay Brewery||Bellingham|
|Diamond Knot Craft Brewing||Mukilteo|
|Dirty Bucket Brewing||Woodinville|
|Duvall Springs Brewing||Duvall|
|Elliott Bay Brewing||Burien/Seattle|
|Emerald City Beer||Seattle|
|Foggy Noggin Brewing||Bothell|
|Gallagher’s Where U Brew||Edmonds|
|Hood Canal Brewery||Kingston|
|Iron Goat Brewing||Spokane|
|Iron Horse Brewery||Ellensburg|
|Island Hoppin’ Brewery||Eastsound|
|Laht Neppur Brewing||Waitsburg|
|Mac & Jack’s Brewing||Redmond|
|Naked City Brewery||Seattle|
|New Belgium Brewing||Seattle|
|North Sound Brewing||Mount Vernon|
|Old Schoolhouse Brewery||Winthrop|
|Paradise Creek Brewery||Pullman|
|Port Townsend Brewing||Port Townsend|
|Rainy Daze Brewing||Silverdale|
|Ram Restaurant & Brewery||Seattle|
|Rock Bottom Brewery||Seattle|
|Schooner EXACT Brewing||Seattle|
|Silver City Brewery||Bremerton|
|Snoqualmie Falls Brewing||Snoqualmie|
|Strong Arm Brewing||Renton|
|Twelve Bar Brews||Woodinville|
|Twelve String Brewing||Spokane Valley|
|Two Beers Brewing||Seattle|
|Urban Family Brewing||Seattle|
|Yakima Craft Brewing||Yakima|
The Washington Beer Commission Presents
2013 Washington Brewers Festival
DATES Friday, June 14, 4 – 9pm- 21-and-over only
Saturday, June 15, 11am – 9pm- All ages
Sunday, June 16, 11am – 6pm- All ages
LOCATION King County’s Marymoor Park
6046 W Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond, WA
There is a $5 on-site parking fee (just $1 on Friday). Carpooling is strongly encouraged. Metro Bus service is available from Seattle to within a mile of the venue.
$15 advance tickets/at the door. (Friday advance tickets available online only)
Friday admission includes a tasting cup and 4 tasting tokens
Saturday & Sunday
$20 advance tickets ($25 online after May 31) or $25 at the door
Admission includes a tasting cup and 6 tasting tokens
Advance tickets are available online and at local outlets.
All Ages. Those under 21 admitted free (must be accompanied by a parent)
Designated driver admission is $5 and available at the gate only. It includes complimentary water, root beer and the entertainment.
BEERS The Festival is a celebration of world class beer brewed here in Washington, offering a great variety of craft beer including many NW style hoppy beers, refreshing summer seasonal brews and hard-to-find rarities. Friday, select Washington breweries will be open (40+ breweries) with many offering Friday-exclusive beers. Saturday and Sunday will feature the full 72 brewery lineup with more than 250 beers on tap.
Back this year is the Buzz Cart, a unique beer bar that will tap a special premium kegs at different times each day of the festival.
KIDS In addition to the spectacular beer selection for dads the Festival offers many activities for the young ones including bouncy toys and a kids’ craft tent where they can make Fathers Day gifts. In addition Washington Beer’s own root beer garden will serve up premium craft root beer brewed by local breweries.
CIDER/WINE This year’s Cider & Wine Tasting Tent will feature Washington cider makers, a mead maker and a nice selection of wine on tap from Vessel Wine company.
LIVE MUSIC From funk, alt-country rock to blues, just like the beer selection the Festival’s music lineup also features an eclectic blend of the Northwest musical talents.
FOOD Fantastic offerings including locally renowned Skillet and other favorite food trucks making for delicious pairings with Washington Beer!
Company: Washington Beer Commission
Contact: Eric Radovich