List of Breweries, Beers & More Information for This Saturday’s Everett Craft Beer Festival

Below we have the list of beers pouring at the Everett Craft Beer Festival. The event takes place on the streets of downtown Everett this Saturday (August 17) and features 30 breweries pouring more than 70 different beers . Tickets cost just $15 in advance or $20 at the door (get tickets). Your entry fee includes a tasting cup and five tokens, each good for a 5 oz. taste. Additional tokens are available for purchase at the event. There will also be live music and hot dogs available for purchase on site.

A number of the breweries will offer beers poured through a randall–a device that infuses the beer as it is delivered to your glass. The randall is sort of like a filter (or anti-filter) that sits inline between the keg and tap. Most commonly, randalls are filled with things like hops, fruits, or herbs, but anything goes. Randalls, and the ingredients in them, are used to impart additional flavor to already-delicious beers, giving the brewer one last chance at creative expression before the beer hits your lips.

This event is one of the six festivals organized and operated by the Washington Beer Commission each year. Created in 2006 by an act of the Washington state legislature, the Washington Beer Commission is the only commission of its kind in the country. The Commission uses proceeds from the Everett Craft Beer Festival, and its other events, to promote Washington-brewed beer.

The event takes place in downtown Everett on Hoyt Avenue with the entrance located at Hewitt Avenue in the recently renovated arts district. This unique beer tasting event is presented by the Washington Beer Commission, providing wonderful chance for beer lovers to sample some of the amazing creations from 30 of our state’s finest craft brewers.





















Here is the list of breweries and beers for this Saturday’s festival:

192 Brewing
1) Shticky Blonde
A blonde/ Kölsch style beer, with wild honey added. 6.5% ABV








2) Beach Fire Pale Ale
A light and mildly hoppy pale ale with subtle malt character and citrus notes. 5% ABV

3) Summer Apple Ale
A blonde beer style recipe, with fresh local apple juice added during the boil. This beer pairs perfectly with a BBQ chicken pizza!
5.5% ABV


7 Seas Brewing
Gig Harbor
1) Life Jacket Summer Ale
Concocted with both domestic and German Pilsner malts, producing a light golden hue and providing a crisp, clean and dry malt base for the Yakima Valley grown Amarillo and Mosaic hops to emerge from. Abundant late hop additions in the kettle and whirlpool contribute powerful hop notes of citrus and berries in the flavor and aroma, while bitterness remains muted. Approx. 38 IBU/ 4.2% ABV

2) Rude Parrot IPA
Loud, sassy, and relentless, the Rude Parrot has an insatiable appetite for hops! Brewed with Vienna, light Crystal, and a touch of Honey malt, this golden hued IPA is aggressively hopped with Simcoe and Citra hops. A big juicy, tropical fruit hop nose yields way to an off dry, pleasantly bitter finish. Drink up while you can, the Rude Parrot is flying circles around you! 75 IBU/ 5.9% ABV

3) Cascadian Dark Ale
Welcome to the dark side of India Pale Ales. Conceived here in the NW, we’re proud to offer this intensely hoppy, black, yet velvety smooth craft beer. Brewed with de-husked black malt, caramel malt, and generously hopped with Columbus, Centennial and Amarillo. Our CDA achieves layers of hop character nicely balanced by a hint of roast and a smooth lingering finish. 65 IBU/ 7% ABV

American Brewing
1) Caboose Oatmeal Stout
This Oatmeal Stout is dark brown to almost black in color with a rich cream colored head. It has a pleasant, full-bodied, smooth flavor profile with an aromatic blend of coffee, oats, and roasted malts. Enjoy a long, rich, and smooth finish with just a subtle hint of dark chocolate. 6.2% ABV

2) American Blonde
This Blonde Ale is a summery golden color. It has delicate hop notes with a light citrusy aroma.  This is a crisp ale with a dry palate and a touch of sweetness with very low bitterness.  Higher carbonation adds to the overall experience; light in body and very refreshing. 16 IBU/ 4.5% ABV

Anacortes Brewery
1) Old Sebastes Barleywine
Our strongest ale annually. Copious amounts of four different barleys provide significant maltiness. Ages well with dramatic flavor evolution. 1.144 OG/ 65 IBU/ 9.9% ABV

2) “10” Imperial IPA
A big version of our award winning India Pale Ale featuring significant hop flavor, bitterness and aroma from Columbus, Cascade and Simcoe.OG 1.100/ 118 IBU/ 9.5% ABV

3) Honey Cream Ale
A smooth, blond ale brewed with local honey and lagered for crispness. This beer finishes dry had has a delicate hop aroma and balanced bitterness from Willamette hops.
OG 1.065 / 21 IBU/ 6.2% ABV

4) Hefeweizen poured through a Randall
Relatively dry, mildly hopped with Perle and Mt Hood varieties with a traditional Bavarian aroma and flavor. This beer will be Randallized! OG 1.050/ 18 IBU/ 4.6% ABV .

Boundary Bay Brewery
A honey-amber colored India Pale Ale with good body, fairly strong alcohol content and an aggressive “fresh hop” quality. Heavily dry hopped with kaffir lime leaves, galangal and lemongrass.

2) Brewers Choice

Brickyard Brewing
1) Masonry Oatmeal Stout
Delicious as ever, with a nice chocolate roasty flavor. Our Oatmeal Stout is brewed with both flaked oats and barley to create a velvet smooth beer. 6.8% ABV

2) Brickyard IPA
Our solidly built IPA. Randalled through a solid mix of Cascade, CTZ (Columbus, Tomahawk, Zeus) Hops and thick slices of pink grapefruit.
7.2% ABV

Diamond Knot Craft Brewing
1) Rye Knot?
Ruthless, a spicy and rugged IPA with fruity, citrus and herbal notes balanced complex malt body that stands up to the spiciness of the rye and the pronounced hop finish. O.G. 15.4°P/50 IBUs/ 7.1% ABV

2) 2012 Ho! Ho! Winter Ale
A robust ‘winter warmer’ ale, ruby brown in color with a slightly sweet, fruity nose. Very hoppy, yet balanced with a sturdy malt foundation.
60 IBUs/ 8.5% ABV

3) OCD Blonde – Orange/Coffee Deliciousness!
Blonde Ale on a Randall with oranges & coffee beans. 13 IBUs/ 4.2% ABV

Dick’s Brewing
1) Working Man’s Brown
A complex mash makes this beer truly unique for such a classic style. We combine two types of sweet caramel malt and lightly roasted biscuit and victory malt for depth and richness of flavor. We also add highly roasted chocolate malt giving the beer its wonderful reddish-brown color. Magnum hops give it a clean and balanced bitterness. In addition, Mt. Hood hops are added plentifully for an excellent flavor and aroma!
5.5% ABV

2) Dick’s IPA
An IPA hopped to the extreme! This beer starts out as a nice pale ale until it reaches the kettle. Throughout the course of the boil, four massive hop additions are added which transform this beer into a hop-head’s dream come true. Aromatic Columbus hops are added in large quantities to achieve substantial bitterness, flavor and aroma. Fermentation is conducted as usual with our house ale yeast, contributing to a clean finish and allowing the hops to show all the way through! 5.5% ABV

Dirty Bucket Brewing
1) Hefen’ Pineapple
A collaboration beer between brewer and wife. A light crisp weisen style ale with a light banana nose and tart pineapple finish. 5% ABV

2) Ruski Porridge
A perfect blend of specialty grains, a healthy dose of oats and our very own Highlands Coffee Roasters blend brings this Oatmeal Coffee Stout full circle. 6% ABV

Duvall Springs Brewing
1) Red Door Raspberry Hefeweizen
Using raspberries and raspberry honey from our local farms, we’ve crafted a beer perfect for the hot summer days. Balancing the tartness of the berries and the sweetness of the honey, we’ve found the middle of the road making an extremely drinkable brew. Be warned, once you open the Red Door you may not be able to find your way out again.

2) Bos Bruut Begian Strong Ale
Bos Bruut translates to ‘Forest Monster’ in English. Strange calls and movement have been seen and heard surrounding the Duvall Springs Brewery. We needed a strong Belgian to quell our fears as we brewed late into the night. Enjoy this Belgian, and you too may soon forget the things that go bump in the night.

Elysian Brewing
1) Night Owl Pumpkin Ale
Night Owl is brewed with over 7 lbs. of pumpkin per barrel and includes seven different malt varieties, green and roasted pumpkin seeds, and pumpkin in the mash, boil and fermenter. Bittered with Magnum hops and spiced in conditioning with nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, ginger and allspice. 5.9% ABV.

2) Oddland Spiced Pear Ale
This beer is a blend of East and West, including Yakima Valley pears and cumin and cardamom for a touch of the Asian subcontinent. Its malt bill is simple, built on Northwest 2-row pale with a bit of Weyermann Cara-hell.  It is bittered with German Northern Brewer and finished with a juicy-spicy combination of Northwest Cascade and Czech Saaz.
6.25% ABV.

3) Loser Pale Ale
Celebrating over 20 years of celebrating Sub Pop Records, with beer. Specifically, this beer: Brewed with Pale, Munich, Crystal and Cara-hell malts. Bittered with Sorachi Ace and finished with Crystal hops. Light tropical flavors balanced with a crisp malt-hop finish—Street smart but not athletic. 50 IBU/ 7% ABV

4) Immortal IPA
A Northwest interpretation of a classic English style, golden copper in color and loaded with New World hop flavor and aroma. Brewed with Pale, Munich, Crystal and Cara-hell malts. Bittered with Chinook, finished with Amarillo and Centennial hops. 54 IBU/ 6.3% ABV

Fish Brewing
1) Hodgson’s Bitter End IPA
A rich caramel color and intense flavor come together in Bitter End, a classic NW style IPA. Full bodied and extremely hoppy, yet stays well balanced with a smooth malt backbone. 70 IBU/ 6.5% ABV
2) Vicious Circle Amber
Well balanced and full flavored, Vicious Circle has a rich malt body with caramel characteristics from six different malts. The complex hop aroma, with a hint of floral and citrus, is derived from a combination of Apollo and Palisades hops. 21 IBU/ 5% ABV
3) Dark & Dry Cider
The assertive tartness of this apple cider is balanced by hints of brown sugar and molasses. Very smooth, with a rich deep caramel color.
5% ABV

Foggy Noggin Brewing
1) Rufus IPA
English IPA 6.3% ABV

2) Christmas Duck
Porter 5.65% ABV

3) Bit O’Beaver
English Bitter 3.4% ABV

Fremont Brewing
1) 2012 Bourbon Abominable Winter Ale
Lovingly referred to by Fremonters as the B-BOMB, this bourbon barrel-aged edition of our winter ale has a warming spicy aroma and rich carmelly notes of bourbon, wood and vanilla added to dark roasty chocolatey malt flavors and subtle hopping. 9.5% ABV

2) Abominable Winter Ale with Cocoa Nibs, Coffee, and Vanilla
Winter Ale with the addition of Cocoa Nibs, Coffee and Vanilla.
8% ABV

3) Interurban IPA poured through Fruit Randall
Interurban India Pale Ale offers the adventurous beer lover a warm embrace of roasted pale malt swirled with a hand-selected blend of flavor malts and filled with the rich spice of Chinook, Centennial and Amarillo hops. Interurban India Pale is a session beer, eminently drinkable throughout the year. 80 IBU/ 6.2% ABV

4) Summer Ale
Tangerine flower in a glass, endless days distilled into nectar of barley and hops. One grain, one hop. Simplicity….yet, so much more.
40 IBU/ 5.2% ABV,

Gallaghers’ Where-U –Brew
1) The Monk
A cooper colored Belgian triple that is packed full of flavor. A perfect balance of citrus and spice. One amazing beer coming in at 8% ABV.

2) Yardbone IPA
This wonderful NW IPA is bound to please any hop head. Upfront and bitter but balanced with caramel malt notes. The piney and citrus hops will bombard your taste buds. 6% ABV

3) Weak in the Knees IPA
A summer IPA, light in body and color with huge citrus flavor. Unlike most summer beers this one will jumpstart the day with a 7% ABV. It’s almost sunshine in a glass.

Harmon Brewing
1) One Hop Wonder IPA
This version of our one hop wonder series was brewed with Amarillo hops. Four malted barley’s make up the grain bill including 2-row Pale, Marris Otter, Munich and Pilsner. And all Amarillo all the time for this IPA. Five kettle additions and then dry hopped with whole leaf Amarillo hops to finish it off. 100 IBUs/ 8.2% ABV

2) Mt. Takhoma Blonde
A light bodied, crisp and refreshing brew. German Pilsner malt and a touch of wheat are used to produce this ale. Liberty hops provide the balance. This beer finishes crisp and dry. 18 IBUs/ 4.4% ABV

Hood Canal Brewery
1) Bywater Bay ESB
Bywater Bay ESB has an inviting dark straw color. The toasted grain flavor goes very well with light hop finish. The ESB has a drier mouth feel than the pale ale, but not as bitter as an IPA. 43 IBU/ 4.5% ABV

2) Dabob Bay IPA
Dabob Bay IPA has a golden color and a prominent hop flavor provided by numerous hop additions during the boil and dry hopping in the kegs. The supportive malt flavors and body make this ale a great multi-dimensional beer. 6% ABV

3) Agate Pass Amber
Agate Pass Amber is a nice hoppy amber ale with a dark honey color. The aroma includes nuts and honey, with a pear sweetness. Then you get some toast and honey, followed by steadily increasing hop flavors. 5.5% ABV

4) Dosewallips Special Ale
A pale ale with a light hop aroma with a lingering after taste of sweet nutty maltiness. 4.8% ABV

Iron Horse Brewery
1) Irish Death
Any attempt at classifying it just ends up sending beer geeks into a style guidelines diatribe. So forget style guidelines. Is your pursuit of micro beer about tasting copies of a style that fit guidelines anyways? (Neither is ours) We lovingly refer to it as beer candy. Dark, smooth ale. 7.8% ABV

2) Iron Horse IPA
A highly approachable IPA with lots of hop flavor and aroma, mild bitterness, and a dry finish. Dosed late in the boil, as well as dry-hopped, this India Pale Ale focuses not on the bitterness in the finish, but instead on the flavor and aroma of the hops. Crisp. Hoppy. Danktastic. 6% ABV

Island Hoppin’ Brewery
1) Whitecap American Wit
Poured through a Randall with organic orange zest. Orange and coriander essence with a light wheat body. Dry and refreshing.
49.9 IBU/ 6.2% ABV

2) The K-Pod Kolsch
A light bready ale that drinks like a lager. Very crisp and refreshing.
20 IBUs/ 5.2% ABV

Issaquah Brewhouse
1) White Frog
Belgium Style Wit Beer Malts: Pilsner, Wheat, Oats, Rye
Hops: Sterling Spices: Coriander, Orange Peel, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Ginger. 12.9 OG/ 13 IBU/ 5.3% ABV

2) Apple Frog
100% Washington Ingredients: 75% Beer, 25% Freshly Pressed Apple Juice. Malts: 2-Row. Hops: Cascade, Sterling. Apples: Jonagold.
17.0 OG, 15 IBUs/ 8.0% ABV

3) Menage A Frog Ale
Belgium Style Tripel. Malts: Pilsner, Wheat, Vienna. Hops: Saaz. Other: Candi Sugar. 16 IBUs/ 10.5% ABV

Justice Brewing
1) White & Nerdy
A NW version of a Belgian White hopped with CItra and brewed with USA Grown Orange Peel. 6% ABV

2) 13 Questions Pale Ale
Brewed with a rotating varietal of hops. 6% ABV

3) Whiter & Nerdier IPA
Our take on a White IPA. Brewed with Zythos Hops for a big citrus punch. 7.5% ABV

4) White & Nerdy (Randallized)
White & Nerdy served through a Randall full of fresh oranges, grapefruit, and Amarillo hops.

Lazy Boy Brewing
1) Lazy Boy Norwegian Death
A new dark beer in summer? Why, yes it is. Super smooth and semi -sweet it will make you a believer. Hops: Chinook and Cascade.
22 IBU/ 6% ABV

2) Brewer’s Choice

Mill Creek
1) Epicenter Double IPA
This massively hopped Double IPA comes packed with a powerful hop flavor and braced with a big malt profile. 9.0% ABV

2) Copper Moon
A refreshing, flavorful Summer Pale made with 100% organic malted barley. Three different hops provide floral, citrus, and spicy aromas.  5.03% ABV

New Belgium Brewing
1) French Aramis IPA
A drier IPA for the summer, brewed with Aramis Hops. 50 IBU/ 6.7% ABV

2) Shift Pale Lager
Crisp, Bright, Pale Lager brewed with Nelson Sauvin hops.

North Sound Brewing
Mt. Vernon
1) Hopsolute IPA
This is the “year-round” version of our very popular fresh hop IPA. We hop burst this recipe so that you get all of the flavor and aroma in the beginning and a balanced bitterness at the end. 6.4% ABV

2) Goosetown Brown
Slightly sweet, smoky and full-bodied. Chocolate, roasted and dark Munich malts give this beer a nice mahogany color and rich flavor. This big brown ale will warm you up! 7.2% ABV

3) Brewer’s Choice Cask Beer

Odin Brewing
1) Odin’s Gift- Nordic Amber Ale
Odin’s Gift is a bold yet balanced filtered ale that can be paired with a variety of great foods or enjoyed by itself. An addition of juniper adds a unique bittering note while paying homage to a classic Viking brewing ingredient. It is brewed in small hand-crafted batches with just the right amount of hops and juniper berries to deliver a unique and fresh aroma, flavor, and finish. 28 IBU/ 5.4% ABV

2) Sigrun IPA
This easily approachable IPA is light copper in color and brewed with lightly kilned barley and rye malts. This brew separates itself from its peers with a dryness that keeps you full of flavor rather than spare sugars. Numerous hop additions provide supple aromas of stone fruit and melon that finish with a crisp hop tang. 6.1% ABV, 50 IBUs

3) Thor’s Sunstone Belgian Tripel
Thor’s Sunstone– Belgian-Style Tripel is a dryer interpretation of this old world classic. The yeast notes are much more apparent in the nose than the renowned Equinox and a touch of Spelt grain balances this brew with a light earthy note. 23 IBUs/ 7.9% ABV

Reuben’s Brews
1) American Rye
A clean, crisp and refreshing rye based brew. Light in color and hazy, this brew has an aroma of citrus and tangerine that compliment a smooth body and a crisp finish. 32 IBU/ 5.4% ABV

2) Roggenbier
Simply put, a rye hefeweizen. Aroma of rye, banana and clove make way to a medium body with a rye spice finish. 19 IBU/ 5.3% ABV

3) Imperial Rye IPA
Intense citrus and floral aroma followed by a smooth medium full mouth feel. Citrus leads the flavor profile, with rye spice and bitterness coming through in the finish. 80+ IBU/ 8.4% ABV
4) Brewer’s Choice

Scuttlebutt Brewing
1) Barrel Aged 10 Below
This Winter Ale is an Imperial Dunkel Weisse, spiced with molasses and aged for 8 months in a bourbon barrel. The barrel adds bourbon, vanilla and oak flavors without dominating the original chocolate flavors. A great choice for those cold winter nights but will be just fine for a hot August day. 22 IBUs/ 7.4% ABV

2) Golden Mariner Oatmeal Pale (Poured through Smoked Apple Chips)
The aggressive presence of Chinook and Amarillo hops can be found in this beer without being overly assertive. This Pale Ale was originally created from the second runnings from our award winning 2009 barley wine. For the 2013 Everett Brewfest, the “Scuttlebutt Hopedoo” will be stuffed with smoked apple chips for the beer to be poured through.  41 IBU/ 7.1% ABV

3) Hoptopia Imperial IPA
This “Imperial IPA” has an aggressive hop aroma and flavor. A strong malt backbone asserts itself to offer a level of balance but with over three pounds of hops per barrel it resonates Northwest hops from start to finish. 75 IBU/ 8% ABV

4) Homeport Blonde
It’s light and refreshing without sacrificing flavor. Perfect for that hot day on the deck or date with the lawnmower. 17 IBU/ 4.6% ABV

Silver City Brewery
1) Ridgetop Red Ale
Full-bodied and smooth with a sweet caramel flavor balanced with Northwest Liberty hops for a refreshing finish. 15 IBUs/ 6% ABV

2) Fat Scotch Ale
Exceptionally smooth and malty, with a touch of peat character, Fat Scotch Ale legend quickly grew. 9.2% ABV

3) Whoop Pass Double IPA
More than 50lbs of Washington State Cascade and Columbus hops are infused, injected or otherwise inflicted upon a single 15 barrel batch. Welcome to hop country!

4) Saint Florian IPA with Tropical Fruit Randle
Saint Florian IPA uses Washington grown Cascade & Columbus hops that are boldly citrus, floral and piney. 55 IBUs/ 6.8% ABV

Two Beers Brewing
1) Crooked Belgian Wit
A lively and refreshing ale brewed with fresh ground coriander and dried orange peel. A distinctive cloudy appearance and authentic Belgian yeast strain.

2) Evo. IPA
Dry hopped, deep copper colored IPA brewed with Simcoe, Amarillo, and Centenniel Hops, then aggressively dry hopped with Simcoe and Columbus, compliments the crisp malt body. 6.2% ABV

3) 20:20 Blonde
The clarity and crisp malt body is attributed to the use of Pale and light crystal malt, and the citrus smell comes from Yakima Valley grown Simcoe hops. 4.8% ABV

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