Events in Washington

  • Thursday, March 12

    Big Lake Bar & Grill, Mount Vernon, 5-8pm

    Brewer's Night

    Time for Thursday Brewer’s Night! Andrew will be there and he’s dragging along Manny for the ride. It’s near Big Lake, which is, incidentally, a big lake. Expect some special beers, shuffleboard games, prizes and fun! 
  • Wednesday, March 18

    Nectar Lounge, Fremont, doors at 8pm


    It’s the best kind of brewery night, the kind with amazing music! Come out for The Unsinkable Heavies, a funk supergroup with members of the Polyrhythmics featuring Eddie Roberts of The New Mastersounds, and enjoy a selection of 4 Georgetown beers on tap. It’s free to get in, but you need to RSVP - click the link for details!
  • Wednesday, March 25

    Tipsy Whale Mercantile, Olympia, 6-8pm

    Georgetown Night

    We all know Moby Dick as thee quintessential whale tale, but did you know that Herman Melville plagiarized a lot of other texts on whales for his cetacean adventure? One of them being The Natural History of the Sperm Whale by Thomas Beale? Like, verbatim. Discuss this hot topic with our rep for the area (call him Keith) while you explore the wilderness of Beer-sheba and drink darn tasty beer.
  • Friday, March 27

    Capco Beverages, West Seattle, 4-6pm

    Georgetown Tasting

    Come out and meet Jrob as he samples our three full time beers available in cans: Rogers Pilsner, Lucille IPA and Bodhizafa IPA. But stay for the riveting stories about golf. 
  • Friday, March 27

    Salty's, Redondo Beach, 6-9pm

    Brewmaster Dinner

    Come join us at this hidden gem by the sea, and enjoy amazing seafood and beers at this Brewmasters Dinner. Crab, lobster and salmon are the stars of this 5 course dinner created by Chef Tyler Nabong, paired with 5 Georgetown beers and a view of the Olympic Mountains. 
  • Saturday, March 28

    The Armory at Seattle Center, 12-5pm

    Cask Fest

    Please note there is only one session this year, so if you don’t want to miss out get your tickets now! The 21st edition of the Washington Cask Beer Festival features one-of-a-kind handcrafted cask-conditioned beers from over 30 Washington breweries poured by gravity or via a beer engine. We’ll be bringing cask versions of something. Not sure what, but we promise it will be very casky.

Events in Oregon

  • Thursday, March 5


    Oysters & Ales

    Oysters and Ales is a tradition at Bella Union BUT pairing beer and oysters has been around even longer, even predating the classic 19th century pairing of Champagne and oysters by about 1700 years. For the uninitiated, Sean will pour beer samples on the patio alongside Bella Union's talented shuckers while they serve up oysters on the half shell for all of you bivalve buffs. Taste that? That’s history!
  • Thursday, March 19

    Henry's Tavern PDX, Portland Airport, 4-6pm

    Beer Tasting

    Air travel can really suck. Tiny seats. Tiny bags of pretzels. People reclining their tiny seats only to have someone behind them repeatedly punch their tiny seat’s tiny headrest because they have tiny tempers? Because everything is tiny! If you’re traveling on this day, maybe stop and take a breather at Henry’s PDX. Sean will be one of several breweries hand pouring tiny samples (yeah, sorry - but you can buy big ones!) and raffling off some swag. 
  • Saturday, March 21


    Pouring At The Coast

    After you make your annual pilgrimage to Ecola State Park for St. Patrick Swayze Day (if you know, you know) head north to Seaside to the annual Pouring at the Coast Fest featuring over 30 breweries, food, and live music! We’ll be pouring both our Bodhizafa IPA and Johnny Utah Pale Ale - but you already guessed that, didn’t you?

Events in Idaho

  • Wednesday, March 25 - Sunday, March 29

    Downtown Boise

    AleFort Festival

    Discover 80+ beers organized by style at this beer centric event part of Treefort Music Fest. Live canning! Beer blending! Breakfast beers! And more! Our barrel aged beers, MegaMeow Imperial Stout and Cherry Flanders Forever will be on tap!

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