The 400+ beers that will pour at the Washington Brewers Festival this year



The big daddy beer fest happens at Redmond’s Marymoor Park from Friday, June 17th through Sunday, June 19th. The Washington Beer Commission presents the 15th Annual Washington Brewers Festival, aka the Father’s Day Beer Fest. We now have the list of 400+ beers that the 97 participating breweries will pour over the course of the weekend.

You can see, and download, the beer list here. The week before the event, I will publish my list of top picks — the beers that most pique my interest. Hopefully, that will help you navigate the massive sea of beer that this festival offers. In the meantime, peruse the list and contemplate the 400+ reasons why you should attend this event.

In keeping with a long-standing tradition, the Washington Brewers Festival takes place on Father’s Day Weekend (June 17 thru 19) at Marymoor Park in Redmond. There are three separate sessions: Friday evening (4:00 – 9:00), Saturday (noon – 8:00), and Sunday (11:00 – 5:30). In all, 97 of Washington’s breweries will pour their best beers in a park-like setting. This is by far the state’s largest beer festival.


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Some highlights:

  • Get tickets here. Tickets are $35 per session, in advance online. Otherwise, $40 at the door.
  • Friday night is for 21+ only. The rest of the weekend is family-friendly.
  • Live music throughout the weekend.
  • A dozen food trucks will be there throughout the weekend. Other fair food too.
  • Activities for the kids include bouncy toys, sports, and a kids’ craft tent.
  • Cider & Wine Tasting Tent will feature a handful of delicious Washington-brewed ciders and a selection of wines from Patterson Cellars in Woodinville.
  • Marymoor Park – 6046 W Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond, WA.
  • Find more details on the official event website.

The 97 Breweries scheduled to pour at this year’s festival:


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  • 20 Corners Brewing, Woodinville
  • 210 Brewing, Arlington
  • 4 Stitch Brewing, Bothell
  • Acorn Brewing, Edgewood
  • Anacortes Brewery, Anacortes
  • Bad Jimmy’s Brewing, Seattle
  • Bale Breaker Brewing, Yakima/Ballard
  • Beardslee Public House, Bothell
  • Best of Hands Barrelhouse, Seattle
  • Bickersons Brewhouse, Renton/Ballard
  • Big Block Brewing, Sammamish/Redmond
  • Black Raven Brewing, Woodinville/Redmond
  • Bosk Brew Works, Woodinville
  • BreakThru Brewing, Kent
  • Burke-Gilman Brewing, Seattle
  • Chuckanut Brewery, Burlington
  • Counterbalance Brewing, Seattle
  • Crucible Brewing, Everett
  • Diamond Knot Brewing, Mukilteo/Mount Lake Terrace
  • Dick’s Brewing, Centralia
  • Dirty Couch Brewing, Seattle
  • Dog Days Brewing, Bremerton
  • Dru Bru, Snoqualmie Pass/Cle Elum
  • Elliott Bay Brewing, Seattle/Burien
  • Elysian Brewing, Seattle
  • Everybody’s Brewing, White Salmon
  • Fair Isle Brewing, Seattle
  • Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery, Seattle
  • Flying Lion Brewing, Seattle
  • Formula Brewing, Bellingham
  • Fortside Brewing, Vancouver
  • Fremont Brewing, Seattle
  • Fringe Brewing, Ferndale
  • Genus Brewing, and Supply, Spokane
  • Georgetown Brewing, Seattle
  • Ghostfish Brewing, Seattle
  • Good Brewing, Co, Woodinville
  • Half Lion Brewing, Sumner
  • Heathen Brewing, Vancouver
  • Hellbent Brewing, Seattle
  • Hoh River Brewing, Tumwater
  • Hops & Seed Brewery, Snohomish
  • Icicle Brewing, Leavenworth
  • Iron Goat Brewing, Spokane
  • Island Hoppin Brewery, Eastsound
  • Jellyfish Brewing, Seattle
  • Kulshan Brewing, Bellingham
  • Ladd & Lass Brewing, Seattle
  • Lake Stevens Brewing, Lake Stevens
  • Logan Brewing, Burien
  • Loowit Brewing, Vancouver
  • Metier Brewing, Woodinville
  • Mac & Jacks Brewing, Redmond
  • Magnuson Brewery, Seattle
  • Meatheads Beer Works, Lake Stevens
  • Mule and Elk Brewery, Cle Elum
  • No Boat Brewing, Snoqualmie
  • No-Li Brewhouse, Spokane
  • North Jetty Brewing, Seaview
  • Old Schoolhouse Brewery, Winthrop
  • Optimism Brewing, Seattle
  • Paradise Creek Brewery, Pullman
  • Penn Cove Brewing, Coupeville
  • Perihelion Brewery, Seattle
  • Pike Brewing, Seattle
  • Postdoc Brewing, Redmond
  • Ravenna Brewing, Seattle
  • Resonate Brewery, Bellevue
  • Reuben’s Brews, Seattle
  • River City Brewing, Spokane
  • Riverport Brewing, Clarkston
  • Rooftop Brewing, Seattle
  • Sage Brewing, Pasco
  • San Juan Island Brewing, Friday Harbor
  • Savage Brewing, Kirkland
  • Silver City Brewery, Bremerton
  • Single Hill Brewing, Yakima
  • Stones Throw Brew Co, Bellingham
  • Stoup Brewing, Seattle
  • Sumerian Brewing, Woodinville
  • Terramar Brewstillery, Edison
  • The Good Society Brewery, Seattle
  • The Heavy Metal Brewing, Vancouver
  • Three Bull Brewing, Snohomish
  • Triceratops Brewing, Tumwater
  • Triple Horn Brewing, Woodinville
  • Twin Sisters Brewing, Bellingham
  • Two Beers Brewing, Seattle
  • Urban Family Brewing, Seattle
  • Vice Beer, Vancouver
  • Volition Brewing, North Bend
  • Watts Brewing, Bothell
  • Wenatchee Valley Brewing, Wenatchee
  • Wet Coast Brewing, Gig Harbor
  • Wheelie Pop Brewing, Seattle
  • White Bluffs Brewing, Richland
  • Whitewall Brewing, Marysville

For more beer-related events around Washington, check out the Washington Beer Blog’s events page.




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