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Sep 02: Bellingham BREWers Cruise, 6:30pm departure

Avast ye scurvy dogs, it be time to splice the mainbrace! That is, drink some grog after a day of swabbing the deck. Weigh the anchor and hoist the mizzen and set sail for two hours while you drink beer and eat snacks on the mighty Victoria Star. Bellingham brewers Boundary Bay act as cruise directors, with us and Bainbridge Island Brewing battening down the hatches. Eyepatches encouraged.

Sep 06: Wine in the Pines, Swiftwater Cellars, Cle Elum, 1-4pm

Beers in the birches? Ales in the elms? Lagers in the locusts? Porters in the poplars? Nah, wine in the pines, but also all those other things. We'll be there pouring some of our most delicious brews, alongside wineries and distilleries. Snacks and commemorative glasses provided.

Sep 08: Georgetown Promo, Blazing Onion Gig Harbor, 6-8pm

Settle in for a mellow Tuesday night with a Georgetown beer and a snack - you can eat those Monday night leftovers for lunch tomorrow. Garrett helms this Blaze-O promo, hopefully bringing something a little extra special to the Gig, maybe something that doesn't usually make it over to that side of the water.

Sep 12: Hops & Crops, Auburn, noon-6pm

Hops & Crops is getting to the nitty gritty, carving away all the unnecessary detritus associated with some festivals, down to the two things folks love to do: drink beer and listen to music. Now billed as a music and beer festival, get your ticket for delicious beers from 10 different breweries and a super awesome line up featuring Ayron Jones and the Way. 21+ , benefitting the Mary Olsen Farm, preserving and sharing the history of the White River Valley and South King County.

Sep 13: WA Breds & Brews, Emerald Downs, 1-7pm

You'll be a winner if you place your butt in the car and show up to Emerald Downs for this inaugural event. The best of Washington State bred horses and Washington craft brews come together at Emerald Downs because why not? And if you're going to bet on the ponies, any horse with a cat reference is sure to be a winner. Just a tip from an old pro. *wink-finger gun*

Sept 14: Manny Night Football, Fiddler's Inn, all season long

Football season is officially here, meaning it's time to whip out the encyclopedia so you can study up on on muffed punts, wildcat formations and the tuck rule repeal. One thing you might also want to brush up on: beer drinking. Root against the 49ers as they play the Vikings for the first Monday Night, ahem MANNY Night Football of the season. Georgetown beers will be on special, but the Tom Brady ball jokes are free all night.

Sep 18: Bob's Bowl-a-Rama, West Seattle Bowl, 7-10pm

The lanes are already starting to fill up for our final Bob's blowout of the year! It's the last chance to get a pint of Bob's before it is gone, baby, gone until May 14th, 2016. Even if you don't bowl, just hanging out, buying a few raffle tickets and enjoying a pint of Bob's helps raise much needed funds to house children and families during treatment at Seattle Childrens. But you really should get a lane and bowl, because: it's Friday night, bowling is fun, you are raising money for kids that really need it, you get to drink awesome beer, NACHOS, and exercise. Put that in your fitbit and smoke it.

Sep 18-20: Fremont Oktoberfest, Fremont

Come drink at one of the best places to toast Oktoberfest. The first two days are 21+ but lucky for parents and babysitters, all ages are welcome on Sunday. You know what else is on Sunday? Dogtoberfest! The site says "Dogs are cool. No snakes" prompting the question, was that a problem last year? You can shake das booty to great music, watch some poor pumpkins get carved by chainsaw wielding maniacs, or just chill in the Buxom Beer Garden with some considerably larger beers. Our elusive Bodhizafa IPA will be making an appearance - will you?

Sep 25: Georgetown tasting, Malt & Vine, 5:30-7:30pm

Join FNG Nathan at M&V for one of their Friday night tastings. Word has it he'll be bringing a nice little stable of part-time beers: Oharov Russian Imperial Stout, Lovely Redia, Bodhizafa IPA, barrel aged Lazy George Scotch Ale and mayyyyybe another little something. That's right, Redmond, you've got a new rep. Nathan's taking over for Jrob, who's going to be sticking closer to home in the Seattle market. Tho, if you ask him real nice, I'm sure he'd still come to your eastside birthday party.

Sep 26: Salmon Bay Eagles Oktoberfest, Seattle, 3-10pm

Whether or not the word "Oktoberfest" really is German for "awesome party", this fest is shaping up to be pretty wunderbar. Beer, weiners, beer, burlesque, beer, music and beer. Proceeds benefit Friends of the Children, a mentoring program for underprivileged kids.


Sep 01: Georgetown Brewing promo, Gateway Taphouse, Springfield, 8-10pm

If you don't follow us socially, you might not know that it's been Sean Week for about 3 weeks now. There's no reason for it not to be Sean Week, so just consider it Sean Week until someone says otherwise. To celebrate Sean Week, Sean will be hosting a promo at Gateway with Gtown beers on draft, and swag giveaways.

Sep 10: Georgetown Brewing promo, Tap and Growler, Eugene, 5-8pm

Seanado blows into town with some tasty beers to share with the good folks of Eugene. There should be a few Gtown beers on tap, Sean to talk about the beers on tap, and swag giveaways, maybe one of the few remaining pairs of Utah sunglasses? Cuz yr gonna need them for Seanadoooooooo!

Sep 11-13: Oregon Brews & BBQs, McMinnville Granary District

McMinnville: home to wine, the Turkey Rama, Dragging the Gut Festival, and the second biggest UFO festival in the country. Also, Oregon Brews & BBQs! The folks of McMinnville gather together to enjoy the waning days of Summer with one of the best combinations known to meat eaters: beer and BBQ. We'll be there pouring some hoppy brews, Johnny Utah and Eddie IPL, to cut thru the fat and sauce. This event benefits Ghana Hope Foundation and St. James Catholic School in McMinnville.

Sep 17: Georgetown Brewing promo, Civic Taproom, Portland, 6-9pm

Set a course for adventure, your mind on a new beer romance. Let Sean take you on this 3-hour tour of Georgetown beer with his dashing good looks, swag to give away, and tips on a better golf game. Ok, I know I just combined Love Boat and Gilligan's Island references, which makes me think, there are no good boat shows on tv anymore. If Lost had been made in the 70's, it probably would have been a shipwreck, rather than a plane crash. And Under the Dome would be some folks on a ship out at sea. So You Think You Can Row? Ooh, Empire would be great on a boat. Cookie Lyons would look awesome in a lil' captain's outfit. I should just stop typing now.

Sep 25-27: Pacific NW Brewcup, Barbey Center, Astoria

The Goonies house is now closed to visitors, giving the residents a much needed break. Chances are, they've cracked a beer and are enjoying the peace and quiet. Or maybe they can finally get out of the house and enjoy a beer somewhere else, like the PacNW Brewcup! We'll be pouring our newest batch of something special, Sean will be presiding over Sean Week, and Crystal will be there to make sure Sean doesn't lose his keys.