Washington Cask Beer Fest Features 120 Brews This Saturday

March 22nd, 2017 · No Comments · Events, Washington Breweries

Pic from 2010 Cask Fest

One of the first beer festivals I remember going to in Seattle is the Washington Cask Beer Fest.┬áThis longtime local brewfest features 100% cask beers poured by gravity or beer engine, all from Washington breweries. It’s always a great time. More than 40 breweries will be pouring around 120 different beers at the event. The list of breweries is below, and you can find the full beer list with descriptions here.

Tickets are still available for both sessions online.

More info from the Brewer’s Guild:

Join us on March 25th and experience the artistry of craft brewing in the form of traditional cask-conditioned beer. To remain true to the spirit of “real ale” all beers are conditioned naturally without artificially introducing CO2 into the cask and will be poured by gravity or via a beer engine.
Admission includes a commemorative tasting glass and 15 beer samples. The event will host two sessions on Saturday, March 25 at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall. Noon-4pm & 5:30-9:30pm. Tickets are now available.

More info at washingtonbrewersguild.org

We’re excited to welcome the following Washington breweries:
7 Seas Brewing
Anacortes Brewery
Bainbridge Brewing
Bale Breaker Brewing
Black Raven Brewing
Boundary Bay Brewery
Cash Brewing
Cloudburst Brewing
Crucible Brewing
Diamond Knot Craft Brewing
Elliott Bay Brewing
Elysian Brewing
Figurehead Brewing
Fish Brewing
Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery
Flying Lion Brewing
Fremont Brewing
Georgetown Brewing
Hellbent Brewing
Hi-Fi Brewing
Hop Nation Brewing
Jellyfish Brewing
Mac and Jack’s Brewery
Machine House Brewery
Maritime Pacific Brewing
McMenamins Breweries
Mollusk
North Sound Brewing
NW Peaks Brewery
Odin Brewing
Old Stove Brewing
Pike Brewing
Postdoc Brewing
Rainy Daze Brewing
RAM Brewery
Rooftop Brewing
Schooner Exact Brewing
Silver City Brewery
Slaughter County Brewing
Sound To Summit Brewing
Stoup Brewing
Triplehorn Brewing
Two Beers Brewing

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