Washington Brewers Festival – 10th Anniversary, 105 breweries, 400 beers

This year the 10th annual Washington Brewers Festival will be bigger than ever. The Washington Beer Commission just announced that 105 breweries will pour more than 400 beers this year’s event. See the list of breweries below.

The three-day event takes place at Redmond’s Marymoor Park on Friday, June 19 thru Sunday, June 21. Along with all the beer, there will be live music all weekend, a children’s play area, food trucks, and more. Friday night’s affair is for grownups only, 21+. The headlining act on Friday is Spike and the Impalers.

Before Spike and his crew take the stage on Friday, my band—Four on the Floor—festival with our own brand of classic rock.


Note that it’s the 10th anniversary of the event in its current configuration (management, name, etc). Those of us who remember the old beer festivals at the Herb Farm know it’s been around for a lot longer than 10 years.

We’ll have more information as the event nears. For more details about the festival, visit the official www.washingtonbeer.com.

From the Washington Beer Commission:



Celebrating its 10th Anniversary!

Friday, June 19 through Sunday, June 21

King County’s Marymoor Park, Redmond, WA

105 Participating Washington Breweries Announced

The 10th Annual Washington Brewers Festival, presented by BevMo!, is less than two months away and below is the list of the 105 Washington craft breweries that will be on hand at King County’s Marymoor Park in Redmond, the weekend of June 19-21. Washington breweries will occupy all 105 of the available pouring stations this year, making this the largest Washington-only craft beer festival ever!

In celebration of the 10th Anniversary all attendees 21+ will receive a souvenir glass taster and 10 tasting tokens, each good for a 3oz sample. Friday night’s live music headliner will be local favorite “Spike and the Impalers”.

The Festival kicks off on Friday, June 19, from 4pm to 9:30pm, with more than 90 of the breweries on hand. All 105 breweries will then be on-site pouring more than 400 locally brewed craft beers on Saturday from 11am to 9pm and Sunday from 11am to 5pm. More than 20,000 attendees are expected for this Father’s Day weekend celebration at the picturesque Marymoor Park venue. Although Washington Beer is definitely the star of the show, there will be great live music and local food trucks all weekend long as well!

Complete details, including the 400+ beer lineup, will be available at washingtonbeer.com in the coming weeks.

Participating Breweries:

Brewery,   City

American Brewing, Edmonds

Anacortes Brewery,  Anacortes

Ashtown Brewing, Longview

Aslan Brewing,  Bellingham

Backwoods Brewing, Carson

Bad Jimmy’s Brewing, Seattle

Bainbridge Island Brewing, Bainbridge Island

Bale Breaker Brewing, Yakima

Beardslee Public House,  Bothell

Bellevue Brewing, Bellevue

Big Al Brewing,  Seattle

Big Time Brewing,     Seattle

Black Raven Brewing, Redmond

Blue Lightning Brewing,  Woodinville

Boundary Bay Brewery, Bellingham

Brickyard Brewing, Woodinville

Bushnell Craft Brewing,   Redmond

Chuckanut Brewery, Bellingham

Counterbalance Brewing,   Seattle

Der Blokken Brewery,  Bremerton

Diamond Knot Craft Brewing, Mukilteo

Dick’s Brewing,  Centralia

Dirty Bucket Brewing, Woodinville

Doomsday Brewing, Washougal

Dru Bru Brewery,  Snoqualmie Pass

Duvall Springs Brewing, Duvall

Elliott Bay Brewing, Burien

Elysian Brewing,  Seattle

Engine House No. 9,  Tacoma

Everybody’s Brewing,  White Salmon

Fish Brewing,  Olympia

Flycaster Brewing,  Kirkland

Foggy Noggin Brewing,  Bothell

Fremont Brewing,  Seattle

Gallagher’s Where-U-Brew,  Edmonds

Geaux Brewing,  Bellevue

Georgetown Brewing,  Seattle

Hale’s Ales,   Seattle

Harmon Brewery,  Tacoma

Heathen Brewing,  Vancouver

Hellbent Brewing, Seattle

Hi-Fi Brewing, Redmond

Hilliard’s Beer,  Seattle

Hood Canal Brewery,    Kingston

Iron Goat Brewing,   Spokane

Iron Horse Brewery,     Ellensburg

Island Hoppin’ Brewery,     Eastsound

Justice Brewing,  Everett

Kulshan Brewery, Bellingham

Lantern Brewing,   Seattle

Lazy Boy Brewing,    Everett

Loowit Brewing,  Vancouver

Lowercase Brewing,   Seattle

Mac and Jacks Brewing,  Redmond

McMenamins – Roy Street  Seattle

Middleton Brewing, Everett

Naked City Brewery,   Seattle

No-Li Brewhouse,   Spokane

North Jetty Brewing,    Seaview

North Sound Brewing,     Mount Vernon

Northwest Brewing,     Pacific

Odin Brewing, Tukwila

Old Schoolhouse Brewery,  Winthrop

Orlison Brewing, Airway Heights

Outlander Brewery,  Seattle

Pacific Brewing and Malting.  Tacoma

Paradise Creek Brewery,  Pullman

Peddler Brewing,  Seattle

Pike Brewing,  Seattle

Port Townsend Brewing,  Port Townsend

Postdoc Brewing, Redmond

Rainy Daze Brewing,  Silverdale

Ram Brewing Northgate    Seattle

Redhook Ale Brewery, Woodinville

Reuben’s Brews,  Seattle

Riverport Brewing,   Clarkston

Rock Bottom Brewery,    Seattle

Roslyn Brewing,  Roslyn

Salish Sea Brewing,   Edmonds

Schooner Exact Brewing, Seattle

Scuttlebutt Brewing,     Everett

Seapine Brewing,   Seattle

Silver City Brewery,     Bremerton

Skookum Brewery,   Arlington

Snoqualmie Falls Brewing,   Snoqualmie

Sound Brewery,  Poulsbo

Sound to Summit Brewing,   Snohomish

Stoup Brewing,     Seattle

Strong Arm Brewing,    Renton

Sumerian Brewing,   Woodinville

Three Magnets Brewing,     Olympia

Tin Dog Brewing,       Seattle

Top Rung Brewing,   Lacey

Triplehorn Brewing,      Woodinville

Twelve Bar Brews,   Woodinville

Twelve Strings Brewing,     Spokane Valley

Two Beers Brewing,      Seattle

Valholl Brewing,  Poulsbo

Waddell’s Brewpub     Spokane

Walking Man Brewing,     Stevenson

Wander Brewing,      Bellingham

Whitewall Brewing,       Marysville

Wingman Brewers  Tacoma

7 Seas Brewing,     Gig Harbor

192 Brewing,   Kenmore


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