Reuben’s Brews invites you and 14 breweries to Ballard
Not just friends from around the neighborhood, but also friends from farther afield. Exotic, far-off lands like California and Ohio. See the list below. It includes some breweries that you don’t typically see around Seattle.
The Reuben’s and Friends Invitational Beer Fest returns to Ballard this year after a three-year hiatus and the list of friends should get your mouth watering. The event takes place on Saturday, July 16. It is a non-ticketed, all-ages event at the brewery’s taproom in Ballard.
Joining Reuben’s for the Reuben’s and Friends event this year:
- Alvarado Street (California)
- Burke-Gilman Brewing (Seattle)
- Fort George Brewing (Astoria)
- Georgetown Brewing (Seattle)
- Hair of the Dog Brewery (Portland)
- Kings & Daughters Brewery (Oregon)
- Moonraker Brewing (California)
- Otherlands Beer (Bellingham)
- pFriem Family Brewers (Hood River)
- Ravenna Brewing (Seattle)
- Rhinegeist Brewery (Ohio)
- Single Hill Brewing (Yakima)
- Stemma Brewing (Bellingham)
- Wander Brewing (Bellingham)
From social media:
“On tap that day we’ll have a wide range of beers that Seattle beer fans might not otherwise have access to alongside some of our own special beers. We’ll kick things off at 11 a.m. when the Taproom opens and will keep it going all day. And from 3 – 7 p.m. we’ll have music from DJ Deadpan. Stay tuned for more information, including the full tap list and information about the food trucks we’ll be hosting, too. No tickets necessary. All ages welcome.”
“After a 3-year hiatus, our invitational festival is back! Reuben’s and Friends returns on Saturday, July 16 this year and we’ll have 14 breweries in attendance. Count on a wide range of beers that you might not otherwise find here in Seattle, alongside some of our own special beers.”
“We’ll kick things off at 11 a.m. when the Taproom opens, and will keep it going all day. Plus from 3 – 7 p.m. we’ll have music from DJ Deadpan. Just like our other summer festivals, no tickets are necessary, and all ages are welcome.”
For more beer-related events around Washington, check out the Washington Beer Blog’s events page.