Next Saturday: Everett Craft Beer Festival

The first-ever Everett Craft Beer Festival takes place next Saturday — August 18. (Read our previous posts.) The event is an official Washington Beer Commission beer festival, so you know the beer will be outstanding.

We have some more information to share with you, including the list of breweries and beers. A couple of new breweries have been added to the list: Anacortes Brewing and Fremont Brewing. Also, there are still volunteer opportunities available but you need to act now. Below we provide the complete list of breweries and beers, the musical lineup, as well as more information about volunteer opportunities.

American Brewing-Edmonds
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 profile with an aromatic blend of coffee, oats, and roasted malts.  Savor the long, rich finish that tempts you with just a subtle hint of dark chocolate. 7% ABV 30 IBU

2) Piper’s Scotch Ale
This Scotch Ale is a smooth, malty sweet treat! It is a beautiful, clear coppery-red color.  You will enjoy the rich mouthfeel of this ale which allows the malty flavors to linger on your tongue. A subtle hint of the peat malt and roasted barley add some deeper complexities to its flavor. 6%  ABV 32 IBU





















Anacortes Brewery-Anacortes
1) India Pale Ale
Our award winning India Pale Ale emphasizes Northwest hop varieties and features significant hop flavor, bitterness and aroma from Columbus, Cascade and Simcoe. OG 1.068  6.1% ABV  118 IBU

2) Helles Festival Lager
Pale coloerd, light bodied summer lager brewed in the traditional German style. Hopped for balance with German noble varieties, this is a great session beer. OG 1.050  4.8% ABV  18 IBU











3) Hefewezein
Anacortes Hefeweizen is relatively dry, mildly hopped with Perle and Mt Hood varieties with a traditional Bavarian aroma and flavor. OG 1.050  4.6% ABV  18 IBU

4) Porter
Rich, dark ale with complex flavor from four malts and three hop varieties. Chocolate malt dominates taste and color in this otherwise balanced brew. Made with Columbus, Perle and Cascade hops.


OG 1.052  4.6% ABV  35 IBU

Brickyard Brewing-Woodinville
1) Brickyard IPA
Full Body, slightly sweet with Cascade and Columbus hops.

2) Masonry Stout
Dark and tasty with smooth toasted flavor.

3) Stones Throw Pale Ale
Balanced and smooth. Lightly hopped with some complexity.

Chuckanut Brewery-Bellingham
1) Altbier
Deep bronze to russet brown colored, zesty hop flavor, snappy bitterness, full malt flavorOur Alt is traditionally fermented warm but matured at relatively cold temperatures for up to several weeks; this practice takes off the rough edges and produces a beer that is smooth despite its distinctive hoppiness.  Altbiers are brisk and relatively light, usually reaching a strength just short of 5 percent

2) Kolsch
Very pale gold, bready, lightly fruity, effervescent, intense clarity.  Kolsch offers the simple pleasures of a well crafted beer.  It is very pale, the aromatics are a light mélange of hops, malt, and fruit.  The Kolsch Beer maintains a bitterness that is quite restrained, although the palate is light-bodied and bone-dry, with a soft malt flavor in the center giving way to a drying, slightly acidic finish. 4.6% ABV 22 IBU

Diamond Knot Craft Brewing-Mukilteo
1) IPA
Copper-colored with a malty character up front.  Intensely bitter with hints of grapefruit and cedar imparted by heavy-handed additions of Galena and Columbus hops.  6.2% ABV 40 IBU

2) Blonde Ale
Based on a pre-Prohibition lager recipe , this is a perfect summer session beer.  Very light yet surprisingly complex due to the diverse grain bill.  Hallertauer hops lend a very slightly spicy, herbal finish. 4.2% ABV 13 IBU

Dirty Bucket Brewing -Woodinville
1) Black Lab American Stout
A not so traditional American Stout with the finest roasted malts bringing unique toasted caramel and coffee notes. 5.5% ABV

2) “Bedraggled” Irish Red Ale
Has a great body and full mouth feel.  With a traditional hop profile and a complex grain bill “Bedraggled” is refreshing Irish Style Ale. 5% ABV

Elysian Brewing Company-Seattle
1) Dragonstooth Stout
Sturdy, malty, rich, velvety & smooth. The name is referential to the founders of Thebes, warriors who sprang from the earth when the teeth of a slain dragon were sown by Cadmus. Made with 10% rolled oats, roasted barley, Crystal, Munich and chocolate malts. Bittered with Magnum, finished with Cascade and Centennial hops. Starting gravity 20° Plato (1.080), alcohol 6.2% by weight, 7.45% by volume. 36 IBU.

2) Night Owl Pumpkin Ale
Our original pumpkin ale 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.

Emerald City Beer Company-Seattle
1) Dottie Seattle Lager
Seattle’s very own session lager, and our flagship beer. Dottie is crisp, fresh and biscuity; balanced with sass and spice. Brewed with Washington grown barley and hops. 4.9%   ABV 25 IBU

2) Betty Black Lager
Dark in color, but light in body, this black wheat lager is full of surprises.  Dark chocolate and espresso flavors flow softly from this extremely balanced and refreshing Black Lager. 4.8%  ABV 19 IBU

3) Ivana Pale Lager
Hoppy, crisp, light, and sessionable.  This straw colored lager showcases the best ingredients Washington has to offer. 5.0%  ABV 42 IBU

Fish Brewing Company-Olympia 
1) Reel Ales Swordfish Cascadian Dark Ale (CDA)
Swordfish Cascadian Dark Ale (CDA) is dark in color, with a prominent A Northwest hoppy aroma-citrusy, piney and resinous-with sweet malt, hints of roastiness and toasted malt. The flavors strike a beautiful balance between citrusy Northwest hops and, to a lesser degree, roasted, chocolate malt or caramel notes. Despite it’s rich color, the body is more reminiscent of an India Pale Ale, not heavy like a porter or stout. 7.5% ABV.

2) Fish Tale Organic Blonde
A light bodied and golden summer seasonal, Fish Tale Organic Blonde Ale is a matchless companion to the glories of a Cascadian summer. Brewed with just a schmatering of flake barley, Organic Blonde sports subtle spicy tones that complement the honey sweetness of its pale malt to a tee. ABV 4%.

3) Leavenworth Premium Lager
A real, premium lager, this brew shows the distinct influence of malt and hops but with a slightly softer side. Combining traditional Bavarian pilsener flavors with the bolder Northwest craft beer profile, the result is unusually tasty. ABV 5%.

Foggy Noggin Brewing-Bothell
1) Rufus-English IPA
In honor of his loyal and dedicated service, Rufus is an aggressive English IPA.  This beer will introduce itself to you with a wonderful dry-hop character that begs you to taste it. The rich malty flavors and spicy rye tones, are greeted with a wonderful symphony of hoppy balance.  Earthy hop flavors linger long and scream for another taste.  Lets raise our glass and salute this warrior – “Rufus!” IBU 55 ABV 6.3

2) Christmas Duck Porter
A mouthful of sweetened roasty flavors that linger long as a roasty dryness. Satisfying in every respect and a pint of the holiday spirit each time. Everyone deserves to celebrate Christmas year-round. Jingle Beers! Jingle Beers! IBU: 36 ABV: 6.6

Fremont Brewing Company-Seattle
1) Univerale Pale Ale
Universale Pale Ale offers a distinctive Northwest twist on the classic pale ale, using a select blend of pale roasted malt and Old World malts balanced with classic Northwest hops to achieve a heavenly beer of rich malt flavor and hop spice. Down & Dirty: Pale, Special Aromatic & Melanoidin malts with Columbus, Centennial & Cascade hops. 5.6% ABV

2) 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.
Down & Dirty: 2-Row malt and Amarillo hops. Nutten else. 5.2% ABV

3) Infused Dark Star Imperial Oatmeal Stout
Roasty, chocolate tones swirled with oatmeal smoothness and dark as the night. We took this beast of a stout and infused it with hazelnut, toasted oak, and smoked pepper corns, yup, you heard me. This one is too smooth…and at 8.0% ABV, dangerous.

4) Infused Interurban IPA
Infused Interurban India Pale Ale: We took our classic Northwest IPA and blended it with orange zest as well as Simcoe and Citra dry hops.  They said it couldn’t be done, so we did it. Down & Dirty: 2-Row, Munich & Honey malts with Chinook, Centennial & Amarillo hops. 6.2% ABV.

Gallaghers’ Where U Brew-Edmonds
1) Brewer’s Choice

Georgetown Brewing-Seattle
1) Manny’s Pale Ale
A careful selection of Northwest hops, premium barley, and our unique yeast give this ale a rich and complex malty middle with a snappy hop finish. It’s truly a micro that finishes crisp, clean, and smooth.  5.2% ABV 38 IBU

2) Lucille India Pale Ale
Lucille IPA:  Columbus, Centennial, Amarillo, Simcoe and Cascade hops.  Floral, citrusy and awesome. Anything so innocent and built like that just gotta be named Lucille. 6.8% ABV IBUs 85

3) Brewers Choice

Harmon Brewing Co.-Tacoma
1) Mocha Porter
Brewed with Local Forza Coffee. The base of this tasty brew is our award winning Puget Sound Porter. Mocha Porter is brewed with eight different malts to produce a smooth, well balanced dark beer. This tasty brew has big flavors of chocolate and coffee. 5.4% ABV 40 IBU

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. Finishes crisp and dry. 4.4% ABV 18 IBU

Hood Canal Brewery-Kingston
1) Agate Pass Amber
Agate Pass Aber 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.

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. The original gravity is 1066 and it finishes at 1016. 6% ABV 63 IBU

3) Big Beef Oatmeal Stout
Big Beef Oatmeal Stout has a wonderful flavor of roasted barley grains that have been blended with rolled oats to give this stout a unique mouth feel that has a dry finish. Just enough Northern Brewer hops have been added to give this creamy-headed ale a fine balance. The alcohol content is 5 % ABV.

Lazy Boy Brewing Company-Everett    
1) Brewers Choice

Maritime Pacific Brewing Company-Seattle
1) Imperial IPA
A big and flavorful IPA-hoppy, crisp and citrusy with an underlying balance of malt. 7.5% ABV

2) Old Seattle Lager
A light American Lager with a crisp hop flavor and subtle malt character. 4% ABV

North Sound Brewing-Mt. Vernon
1) Hop Chops IPA
Floral nose and slightly sweet start, transitioning to the magical flavor combination of Simcoe and Amarillo hops. Finishes with citrus and spice. Big and Tasty! 6.8% ABV

2) Bitter Rain ESB
ESB stands for Extra Special Bitter.  Seven different kinds of grains give this beer a very interesting malt profile.  A balanced dose of Centennial and Goldings hops make this a very satisfying ESB. 5.8% ABV

Odin Brewing –Seattle
1) Odin’s Gift
Odin’s Gift is a Juniper Amber Ale, a bold yet balanced filtered ale that can be paired with a variety of great foods or enjoyed by itself. It is brewed in small handcrafted batches with just the right amount of hops and juniper berries to deliver a unique and fresh aroma, flavor, and finish. Aroma – Fresh, medium hop, rich malt, Top note – berries, caramel, malt body, Middle note – mild chocolate, juniper, End note – crisp bitterness, clean refreshing finish, Color – Deep Ruby 5.4% ABV 28 IBU

2) Freya’s Gold
Kolsch Style Ale is a light, crisp, and refreshing ale. This ale goes through a long cold conditioning phase much like a lager to blend and smooth out the flavors. Freya’s Gold is also balanced with acidulated malt and brewed with a touch of ginger to give a unique taste and drinking experience. Aroma – fresh citrus, Top note – subtle maltiness, Middle note – lemon and ginger, End note – crisp tartness, clean and dry finish, Color – light straw. 4.5% ABV, 23 IBU

3) Viking Gold
XPA is a brew that takes on a unique Craft/Import blended style with a rich malt forward aroma, a full flavor of citrus and light bread, and a combined bite of yeast, noble hops and faint wheat that quickly passes to a tangy, very refreshing finish. Aroma – grainy malt, Cascade Dry Hop, some noble hops, Top note – earthy bite, Middle note – citrus and light creaminess, End note – hoppy tang, wheaty texture, Color – light straw. 4.5% ABV, 25 IBU

Ram Restaurant & Brewery-Seattle
1) HopBurst Summer Ale
An oatmeal summer ale exclusively hopped with Citra. 5.0% ABV

2) Big Red’s IPA
Hazy, copper hued IPA hopped with Amarillo, Citra, & Cascade 6.2% ABV

Roslyn Brewing Company-Roslyn
1) Roslyn Belgian Ale
This unfiltered, Belgian-Style Ale is deep golden in color and uses traditional Belgian malts and yeast, with an added uniqueness from the Calypso hop variety producing a smooth drinking beer with fruit aromas and a subtle bitterness. 6.5% ABV 48 IBU

2) Roslyn Dark Lager
Roslyn Beer is our original brew and closely resembles the Lager handcrafted by the German brewmeisters at the original Roslyn Brewery and Malting Company one hundred years ago. If it were an ale, it would probably be classified as a porter. Don’t let the color fool you though, it goes down lighter than it looks. We use our own recipe of Roslyn water, fresh from the Cascade Mountains, six types of malted barley and three hop varieties to produce this smooth lager. 4.0 % ABV 31 IBU

Scuttlebutt Brewing Company-Everett
1) Hoptopia Imperial IPA
As the title implies, this beer is a Hophead’s dream. Abundant amounts of Chinook, Columbus, Cascade, Centennial, Bullion, and Amarillo hops are utilized to construct a pronounced, hop forward encounter. Not to be out shined, the malt bill asserts itself in a most complimentary way, offering both depth and balance to the experience.
8% ABV  75 IBU

2) Tripel 7
Very light in body but heavy in strength of alcohol, Scuttlebutt’s Tripel 7 is an honest model of deception in the finest Belgian tradition.  Delicate clove and white pear flavors are evident when the beer is young.  If able to try one with a year or two of age you’ll be rewarded with a complex apricot flavor. 9% ABV 10 IBU

3) Silvertips Powerplay Pale Ale
New to the Scuttlebutt lineup is a Pale Ale to honor our local Ice Warriors.  A solid trio of grains, 2row Barley, Vienna Malt, and Rolled Oats team up to provide a dynamic foundation. Chinook and Amarillo hops deliver significant flavor and aroma, assisting the experience without being overly assertive.  The resulting creation is a complex model of teamwork and harmony, very reflective of the Silvertip spirit. 7.1 % ABV 41 IBU

 Silver City Brewery-Bremerton
1) Ridgetop Red Ale
This Red Ale Rocks! Full-bodied and smooth with a sweet caramel flavor balanced with Northwest Liberty hops for a refreshing finish.
Hops: Liberty. 6% ABV 15 IBU

2) Saint Florian IPA
Saint Florian, the Patron Saint of Firefighters, is now a Northwest IPA . A portion of Saint Florian’s proceeds will go to a Washington State Council of Firefighters benevolent fund. Silver City Brewery has a long standing partnership & tradition of working with our local Firefighters. The Benevolent Fund supports firefighters and their families as well as the general public, in their time of need. Hops: Columbus, Cascade. 6.9% ABV 55 IBU

3) Ziggy Zoggy Summer Lager
Ziggy Zoggy is an unfiltered lager that balances a crisp and elegant honey-like malt flavor with assertive, classic German hop character. Hops: Sterling 5% ABV 33 IBU

Sound Brewery-Poulsbo
1) Dubbel Entendre, Belgian Style Dubbel
Comforting aromas of dark chocolate and dark toffee with a hint of banana and stone fruit.  A dark abbey style ale with a subtle rich maltiness and dry, spicey finish.  8% ABV  21 IPU

2) Sommeweizen, Clear Wheat Ale
A common beer style in Southern Germany, Krystallweizen is clear and clean with a delicate aroma of wheat,light fruit, and spice. Unfiltered yet clear, with a long lasting creamy white head, our Sommeweizen is a refreshing, yet satisfying and full of flavor.  5% ABV 11 IPU

Twelve Bar Brews-Woodinville
1) Wicked Riff IPA
Dry malt profile with a bit of toast. 6.9% ABV 85 IBU

2) Turnaround Red
Heavily dry-hopped Northwest Red Ale. 5.7% ABV 50 IBU

3) Pentatonic Pale
40 IBU, Multigrain Pale with rye, oats, wheat, and two kinds of barley. Dry-hopped, super crisp with a rye twang. 4.5% ABV

4) Supertonic India Black
As close to IPA as we could make it and still have it be black, with a coffee note. 6.9% ABV 80 IBU

Two Beers Brewing-Seattle

1) 20:20 Blonde Ale
The clarity and crisp malt body of 20:20 Blonde Ale are attributed to the use of Pale and light crystal malt, and the citrus smell comes from Yakima Valley grown Simcoe hops. 4.8% ABV

2) Trailhead ISA
A Northwest India-style Session Ale (ISA) aggressively dry hopped with Columbus and Cascade hops and brewed with light crystal and honey malts. A hoppy crisp beer perfect for the sunny days of summer. 4.8% ABV

Music Stage Lineup
Jr. Geezer – 1pm to 2:20pm
Bucula – 3:30pm to 4:50pm
Wild Snohomians – 6pm to 7:20pm

We are seeking a few volunteers to assist with the Everett Craft Beer Festival. Setup and first shift volunteers will receive complimentary admission to the festival which includes a tasting cup and five beer tastes AFTER the completion of your shift. If you volunteer for the second shift of the day you will receive your complimentary admission to a future WA Beer Commission Festival of your choice, plus a chance to taste during the last 30 minutes of the Everett event. You must be 21 or older to volunteer.

Shift Times:
Setup Shift: 9am-1pm
1st Shift: 1pm-5pm
2nd Shift: 5pm-7:00pm

Volunteer jobs may vary depending on demand, but may include any of the following:  pouring beer, ticket admission, token stuffing or working at the merchandise/WABL table. If you’re interested in volunteering, please email with your shift availability. Shift times again are: 9am-1pm, 1pm-5pm and 5pm-7pm.