The 3rd Annual Brewshed Beer Fest – biggest and best yet

Updated May 26th – We have now added the complete list of breweries and beers that will be flowing at the Brewshed Beer Fest. The list is provided below the original post.

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The annual Brewshed Beer Fest has always been a fun event. Only problem, it happened during the  evening on a weeknight, making it unapproachable for many beer lovers. This year, that’s changed. On Saturday, June 4th Washington Wild presents the 3rd Annual Brewshed Beer Fest, which promises to be the biggest and best event to date.

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The event takes place at Hale’s Palladium in Seattle and features beers from Washington Brewshed Alliance partner breweries. The goal of the Washington Brewshed Alliance is to highlight the connection between healthy upstream water sources and delicious downstream beer.

More information in the press release below the poster.



Brewshed® Beer Fest Moves to a Saturday!

Annual festival to celebrate the connection between protecting upper watersheds and making superior downstream beer

Washington Wild is excited to announce that the third annual Brewshed® Beer Fest will be held on Saturday, June 4th at Hale’s Ales Palladium. This exciting annual event brings together breweries from around the state to highlight the Brewshed® Connection, protected water makes superior downstream beer.

The Brewshed ® Alliance has grown substantially from three years ago when it included 8 brewery partners mostly inside the Seattle area with just a handful of events. Today, the Brewshed® Alliance boasts nearly 40 breweries and community partners from around Washington State, hosts over 30 events a year and has raised tens of thousands of dollars annually for Washington Wild’s nonprofit work to protect intact forests, watersheds and sources of clean water.

“We hope this will be the largest and most successful Brew Fest yet.” says Lyndsay Gordon, Brewshed® Program Manager for Washington Wild. “This is a chance for those who love great local beer and wild places to sample some of the best Washington craft beer while making a difference at the same time.”

Washington Wild works hard to find common ground, both with those that are natural and assumed and those who are nontraditional allies alike, in support of protecting wild lands and waters throughout the state.  Washington Wild’s Brewshed Alliance helps people make the connection between protected waters and superior downstream beer.

“Our product- and subsequently our business- relies on our water source staying pure and clean, so naturally we want to voice our support of Washington Wild, Alpine Lakes and the Brewshed® Alliance,” said Pamela Brulotte of Icicle Brewing Company.  In December of 2014, after 7 years of hard work on the part of Washington Wild and many other organizations, the Alpine Lakes Wilderness Additions was passed into law, which protects Icicle Creek – Icicle Brewing Company’s water source.

This will be the third annual Brewshed® Beer Fest, but the first time the event will be on a Saturday.  Gordon says the change of the day of the week is only one of the surprises in the works for their signature Brewshed® event.  Dave Grochocki, who attended the event last year as a volunteer, said, “The Brewshed® Beer Fest is great, not just because it is a fun event, but because it also supports protections for the wild places that make Washington State such a unique and amazing place to live.”

Last year the Brew Fest was held on the day the Wild Olympics legislation was introduced into Congress by Senator Patty Murray and Representative Derek Kilmer. That legislation would protect 126,000 acres of new Wilderness on Olympic National Forest and 460 miles of Wild and Scenic Rivers on the Olympic Peninsula.  This year at the festival patrons will be celebrating the fact that last month the legislation received a congressional hearing by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee for the first time.

Details for the Brewshed® Beer Fest on June 4th are below:

Date: Saturday, June 4th

Time: 12 pm – 5 PM
Location: Hale’s Ales Palladium, 4301 Leary Way NW, Seattle, WA 98107

Ticket Price: $25 at

Other:  All guests must be over 21 with valid ID.

Tickets: Tickets include 8 drink tickets, a souvenir tasting glass, and of course entry.

Food: Food will be available inside by cash or credit from Hale’s Concessions.

List of Breweries and Beers

Aslan Brewing Company – Anniversary XIPA
Aslan Brewing Company – Frances Farmer
Black Raven Brewing Company – Coco Jones
Black Raven Brewing Company – Redfeather SIPA
Boundary Bay Brewery – Cedar Dust
Boundary Bay Brewery – Amarillo Single Hop
Fish Brewing Company –  Beyond the Pale
Fish Brewing Company – Blackbird Island Hopfweizen
Fish Brewing Company – Spiced Apple Cider
Flycaster Brewing Company – Moasic IPA
Flycaster Brewing Company – Yakima River Red
Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery – Pale Hoppy Thing
Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery – Storm Cycle CDA
Fremont Brewing Company – Summer Ale
Fremont Brewing Company – Session Pale Ale
Fremont Brewing Company – Interurban IPA
Fremont Brewing Company – The Sister Imperial IPA
GoodLife Brewing Company – Brewshed® Session Ale
GoodLife Brewing Company – Wildland Session Ale
Hale’s Ales – Kolsch
Hale’s Shed Stout – Stout
Hellbent Brewing Company – Hellbent IPA
Hellbent Brewing Company – Goldfinch Ale
Icicle Brewing Company – Crosscut Pilsner
Icicle Brewing Company – Dirtyface Amber
Icicle Brewing Company – Dark Persuasion
Icicle Brewing Company – Bootjack IPA
Incline Cider Company – The Explorer Hopped Cider
Lucky Envelope Brewing – Grapefruit ENIAC India Pale Ale
Lucky Envelope Brewing – Beardless Brewer Red
Machine House Brewery – Stinging Nettle Ale
Machine House Brewery – Bramling Cross IPA
NW Peaks Brewery – Ingalls Ginger Pale
NW Peaks Brewery – Enchantment Ale
Odd Otter Brewing Company – HillHop White IPA
Odd Otter Brewing Company – Ottzel Quatzel Pale Ale
Snoqualmie Falls Brewing – Root Beere