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Just released: the list of breweries pouring at the WA Brewers Festival

This year’s Washington Brewers Festival will feature more than 200 beers and 50 different Washington breweries. Today, we share with you the list of breweries.

For Grove Street Brewhouse, located in Shelton, this will be there first time at the Washington Brewers Festival. We also expect people to get excited about seeing breweries that rarely make it out to festivals, like Old Schoolhouse Brewing from Winthrop and Skookum Brewery from Arlington.

Then there’s the new guys, like American Brewing from Edmonds, Sound Brewery from Poulsbo, Wingman Brewing from Tacoma, and North Sound Brewing from Mount Vernon. And then there’s the guys from the far east, like Golden Hills from Reardan and Northern Lights from Spokane. The list goes on.

Here are the 50 Washington breweries participating in the Washington Brewers Festival.

192 Brewing
7 Seas Brewing
American Brewing
Anacortes Brewery
Baron Brewing / Three Skulls Ales
Big Al Brewing
Big Time Brewery
Black Raven Brewing
Boundary Bay Brewery
Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen
Diamond Knot Brewing
Elliott Bay Brewing
Elysian Brewing Company
Emerald City Beer
Fish Brewing
Flyers Restaurant and Brewery
Foggy Noggin Brewing
Fremont Brewing
Gallaghers’ Where U Brew
Georgetown Brewing
Golden Hills Brewing
Grove Street Brewhouse
Hale’s Ales Brewery
Harmon Brewing
Hood Canal Brewery
Iron Horse Brewery
Mac & Jack’s Brewing
Maritime Pacific Brewing
McMenamin’s Breweries
Naked City Brewery
North Sound Brewing
Northern Lights Brewing.
Odin Brewing
Old School House Brewery
Port Townsend Brewing
Pike Brewing
Pyramid Brewery
Ram Restaurant & Brewery
Redhook Brewery
Rock Bottom Brewery
Roslyn Brewing
Schooner Exact Brewing
Scuttlebutt Brewing
Silver City Brewery
Skookum Brewery
Snipes Mountain Brewing
Snoqualmie Falls Brewing
Sound Brewery
Two Beers Brewing
Wingman Brewers

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