Seattle Scotch & Beer Fest returns to Fremont this spring

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Seattle Scotch & Beer Fest is back for 2022! The event returns to Fremont Studios on April 15th and 16th. Festivalgoers can expect to find a lineup of more than 50 beers alongside a selection of spirits, cocktails, ciders, kombucha, and seltzer. The Washington Beer Blog is happy to have the event back as a sponsor this year.

There’s something for everyone at this always-lively event. Drink what you want; they offer various ticket options. Whatever direction you go, use the code WABEER to get a couple extra tasting tickets.

There are still beers to be added to the lineup, but the selection already runs the flavor gamut. Rich and dark beers like Sarlacc Schwarzbier from Jellyfish Brewing (Seattle), Overstory Peated Reserve Imperial Stout from Single Hill Brewing (Yakima), and Wee Terrier Scotch Ale from Doghaus Brewery (Leavenworth). Hoppy treats like Incredible Pulp Pale Ale from Boneyard Brewing (Bend), Simon Says IPA from Silver Moon Brewing (Bend), and Oregon Fog Hazy IPA from Side A Brewing (La Grande). Lighter fare like Czech Pilsner from Obec Brewing (Seattle), Dreamland American Lager from Rogue Ales (Newport), and 805 Cerveza Lager from Firestone Walker Brewing (Paso Robles).


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Event organizers are still adding beers to the already-impressive list. Along with that, a selection of Northwest-made seltzer and cider. And, of course, Scotch whisky.

And speaking of Scotch, and other liquors… Seattle Scotch & Beer Fest invites festgoers to transport themselves to the Speyside Region of Scotland with a self-guided Scotch Flight, featuring varietals from The Glenlivet and Aberlour distilleries. The flight includes, among others, Glenlivet 15-year and Aberlour 12-year. Or perhaps you want to head south of the border to Mexico with the self-guided Tequila and Mezcal flight, featuring varietals from Tequila Avión and Del Maguey. On top of that, they’ll pour six different specially crafted cocktails at the event. If you’re really into whisky, consider one of the seminars.


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Seattle Scotch & Beer Fest serves as a fundraiser for Youth Experiential Training Institute (Y.E.T.I). The institute and its programs use the outdoors as a tool to create meaningful, adventure-based experiences for students aged 5 to 18 in South King County from diverse ethnic, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds. To support their mission, all you need to do is buy tickets and attend the event.

Learn more and get tickets here. Don’t forget to use the code WABEER to get a couple extra tasting tickets.

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Event Hours:
Friday, April 15: 6pm-11pm
Saturday, April 16: 1pm-11pm
Note: Admission to the event ends at 10:00 pm. Last call is 45 minutes before the event end and taps close 30 minutes before the event end.

Event Location: Fremont Studios, 155 N 35th St. Seattle, WA 98103

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Will There Be Food? Seattle Scotch & Beer Fest brings one of the city’s best mobile kitchens to the event each year. Stay tuned to find out what food truck will serve at this year’s event.

Check out the Washington Beer Blog’s events page for more beer-related events around Washington.



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