Cider Week Continues, and Other Events Too

In the wake of last weekend’s Cider Summit, the 2012 Seattle Cider Week continues with great cider-themed events around the city. For an additional list of Cider Week events, visit the website. But it’s not all about cider. There is also some beer stuff happening. Here are some entertaining events for you to consider over the next couple of days.


Malt & Vine, Redmond
Friday, September 14, 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.

The Malt & Vine invites you to join them for Deschutes Base Camp. Basically, it’s a party featuring great and uncommon beers from Deschutes Brewing. Great beers, cheap growlers, brats on the grill and more. Special Deschutes beers on tap include some vintage Abyss and a keg of the Oktoberfest.

Beveridge Place Pub, West Seattle (blog sponsor)
Friday, September 14, 6:00 p.m.
The Beveridge Place taps into Alpenfire Spark, Cask-Conditioned Cider! This marks the release of the Northwest’s first cask-conditioned cider. The Beveridge Place will be pouring Alpenfire Spark semi-sweet Cider until the cask is gone. Taps at 6:00.


Silver City Brewery, Bremerton
Saturday, September 15, 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Silver City Brewery invites you to take part in its annual Oktoberfest celebration this Saturday at the brewery in Bremerton. Proceeds benefit the Kitsap Fire Fighters Benevolant Fund. Pre-sale tickets available at the brewery. Tickets: $6 Pre-Sale, $10 Door. Details on Facebook.

Elliott Bay Public House & Brewery, Seattle (Lake City)
Saturday, September 15, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

The Elliott Bay Public House & Brewery hosts a tasting with Tieton Cider Works on Saturday. Enjoy samples of all their bottled products, as well as their dry-hopped cider on tap in the pub.

White River Museum (Mary Olson Farm), Auburn
Saturday, September 15, 12:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Hops & Crops Festival in Auburn – Craft Beer and Live Music Festival benefiting the continued restoration of and educational programming at the Mary Olson Farm.