Washington Pint Days event returns, but wait… there’s more!

Washington pint days 2021.

All weekend long, it’s gonna be a big ol’ Washington beer love fest. December 2nd through 4th, there are a couple of ways you can show your appreciation for our local breweries. More specifically, a couple ways for you to enjoy some great beer while supporting the Washington Brewers Guild.

As we’ve previously reported, tickets are now on sale for the Washington Winter Beer Festival (Dec. 3rd & 4th), an event that benefits the Washington Brewers Guild. But wait, that isn’t all! December 2nd thru 4th, you are encouraged to celebrate Washington Pint Days. Again, proceeds benefit the Washington Brewers Guild.

the 2021 pint days glassware.
2021 Explore WA Beer glassware.

More than 70 participating breweries and businesses purchased special Explore WA Beer glassware and will make it available to you via various special offers and promotions. Basically, “keep the glass” deals. Last year, the Pint Days event was very popular. Most places ran out of glassware pretty quick. Make your plans now!




The second-annual Washington Pint Days event is your chance to score a very cool commemorative pint glass. All you need to do is visit one of the participating breweries and businesses and drink beer. The list of participants and all the other pertinent info is below:

the 2020 pint days glassware.
Last year’s “Discover WA Beer” pint glass — my current go-to glassware.

Limited edition glasses available at participating breweries!

BEER LOVERS! Washington Pint Days is coming back! On December 2nd-4th breweries across the state will celebrate Washington Pint Days. All you have to do is go drink beer and bring home a cool new pint glass or two, or more. The glasses are exclusively available at the participating breweries listed below. Once the glasses are gone, they’re gone.


This custom glassware is the 16 oz. Libbey Willi Becher pint featuring “Experience WA Beer” themed graphics created by Blindtiger Design, a local creative, strategy, and marketing agency specializing in the unique needs of the craft beverage industry. Blindtiger Design is a creative partner for many of the brewery brands you recognize.

The goals of WA Pint Days are to encourage beer enthusiasts to get out and visit Washington craft brewery taprooms, and raise money to support our Guild.

In partnership with WA Brewers Guild member breweries and Grandstand, $1 from every glass will be donated to the WBG. WA Brewers Guild, is a grassroots organization that fosters a sense of community among the state’s breweries and also does the increasingly critical work of representing the brewing industry’s interest in Olympia. Additionally, our guild has been extremely active providing advocacy and education for WA breweries during the COVID-19 crisis.

Pick up a limited edition full art pint glass, included with to go and specials at over 70 participating breweries on WA Pint Days, December 2nd – 4th. Check participating breweries’ websites and social media for specific details on their Pint Days specials.

Participating Breweries

So, bundle up and visit your local Washington craft brewery to celebrate WA Pint Days!

Participating Breweries

  • 210 Brewing Company (Arlington, Angel of the Winds Casino)
  • 5th Line Brewing (Yakima)
  • Airways Brewing (Kent)
  • Anacortes Brewery (Anacortes)
  • Ashtown Brewing (Longview)
  • At Large Brewing (Everett)
  • Bainbridge Island Brewing (Winslow)
  • Bale Breaker Brewing Co. (Yakima)
  • Beach Cat Brewing (Birch Bay)
  • Bent Bine Brewing Co (Belfair)
  • Bickersons Brewhouse (Renton)
  • Black Fleet Brewing (Tacoma)
  • Black Raven Brewing Co. (Redmond)
  • Brewing Savage (Kirkland)
  • Brewmaster’s Bakery & Taproom (Renton)
  • Boundary Bay Brewery (Bellingham)
  • Burke-Gilman Brewing Company (Seattle)
  • Cairn Brewing (Kenmore)
  • Chuckanut Brewery (Burlington)
  • Cosmic Bottles (Covington)
  • Counterbalance Brewing Company (Seattle)
  • Dru Bru (Snoq. Pass, Cle Elum)
  • Explorer Brewing Company (Kelso)
  • Everybody’s Brewing (White Salmon)
  • Figurehead Brewing (Seattle)
  • Five Dollar Ranch Brewing (Walla Walla)
  • Fortside Brewing Company (Vancouver)
  • Fremont Brewing (Seattle)
  • Garden Path Fermentation (Burlington)
  • Georgetown Brewing Company (Seattle)
  • Haywire Brewing Company (Snohomish)
  • Headless Mumby Brewing (Olympia)
  • Hellbent Brewing Company (Seattle)
  • Humble Abode Brewing (Spokane)
  • Icicle Brewing Company (Leavenworth)
  • Iron Goat Brewing (Spokane)
  • Kulshan Brewery Company (Bellingham)
  • Lazy Boy Brewing (Everett)
  • Logan Brewing Company (Burien)
  • Loowit Brewing Company (Vancouver)
  • Lowercase Brewing (Seattle)
  • Machine House Brewery (Seattle)
  • Monka Brewing (Shoreline)
  • Moonshot Brewing (Kennewick)
  • Mountain Lakes Brewing Co. (Spokane)
  • Narrows Brewing (Tacoma)
  • Northern Ales (Kettle Falls)
  • Old Schoolhouse Brewery (Winthrop)
  • Optimism Brewing (Seattle)
  • Peddler Brewing Co. (Seattle)
  • Postdoc Brewing (Redmond)
  • Quartzite Brewing (Chewelah)
  • Rainy Daze Brewing (Poulsbo)
  • Republic Brewing (Republic)
  • Reuben’s Brews (Seattle)
  • Riverport Brewing Company (Clarkston)
  • Roslyn Brewing Company (Roslyn)
  • Scuttlebutt Brewing Company (Everett)
  • Silver City Brewery (Bremerton)
  • SnoTown Brewery (Snohomish)
  • Sound 2 Summit Brewing (Snohomish)
  • Stemma Brewing (Bellingham)
  • Stoup Brewing (Seattle)
  • Terramar Brewing (Edison)
  • The Good Society Brewery (Seattle)
  • Top Rung Brewing (Lacy)
  • Trap Door Brewing (Vancouver)
  • Triceratops Brewing Co. (Tumwater)
  • Trusty Brewing (Vancouver)
  • Two Beers Brewing Co. (Seattle)
  • Wander Brewing (Bellingham)
  • Well 80 Brewhouse (Olympia)
  • Wet Coast Brewing Company (Gig Harbor)