A new beer festival in Seattle – IPA-Fest in Sodo on March 29th

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We just learned about a new beer festival coming to Seattle on Thursday, March 29th. IPA-Fest features, as you might guess, a selection of over 40 India Pale Ales and other brews. Here’s the announcement from the event organizers.

NEW BEER FESTIVAL TO SHOWCASE THE BEST NW IPA OFFERINGS

SEATTLE IPA-FEST – MARCH 29, 2018


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Join Seattle beer lovers in celebrating local breweries and their favorite India Pale Ales!

SEATTLE, WA – On Thursday, March 29th a new beer festival will be taking place in the Sodo neighborhood of Seattle.  IPA-FEST is a special selection of breweries sharing their best IPA’s and everyday favorites.


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Within Sodo, 2916 Utah Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134

6 PM to 9 PM on Thursday, March 29th

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For tickets and event information, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seattle-ipa-fest-celebrate-the-hop-tickets-40722448941

USE CODE: SEATTLE for $10 off tickets!

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Guests will enjoy more than 40 local IPAs, fun food trucks, and samples from a variety of vendors including cider, sparkling tea, local desserts and other treats!

IPA-FEST is the latest of the SEATTLE FEST SERIES presented by beer non-profit Brew Greater Good and event promoter Cask Creek Productions.  The series is a unique lineup of niche-themed micro festivals showcasing special creations and fostering an intimate opportunity for Seattle’s beverage enthusiasts to meet their favorite small producers.  The 2018 Series includes five events including IPA-FEST March 29, NANOFEST May 17, SUMMER ALEFEST July 15, HARVESTFEST September 20, and WINTER CIDERFEST November 8.

“Our festival series is simply designed,” says Andy Petek of Brew Greater Good. “These ‘micro festivals’ give local brewers a venue to show off their new releases.  The smaller nature of the series gives event-goers an opportunity to meet and chat with their favorite brew artisans one-on-one.”

Cask Creek produced four events for 2017 and have 12 scheduled for 2018 in multiple venues and showcase industries.

“As the events continue to pick up popularity, we’re getting interest from more producers, sponsors and vendors outside of the core theme, says John Wesley Evan, Sales Director.  “Though it’s a challenge to market a new festival in Seattle, we’re confident we have a great formula that focuses on fun, personal experiences for producers and fans alike. At the end of the day, we just want to throw a fun event with new discoveries our guests can look forward to each month.”

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