List of brewers for the Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival – April 27th


The Washington Beer Commission the list of 28 local craft breweries that will participate in the 3rd Annual Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, April 27 in Kennewick, WA. In all, participating breweries will pour no less than 90 beers.

“The Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival will have an indoor/outdoor element to take advantage of the typically pleasant spring weather in the area,” said the event organizers. “Local food trucks and a music component will make for a festive atmosphere to go along with the delicious Washington craft beer selections.”

“Tasting festivals are a great marketing tool for the state’s breweries and the primary source of funding for the Washington Beer Commission. All event proceeds get reinvested in the marketing and promotion of Washington state craft beer and its 402 statewide breweries.”

Here is the list of participating breweries in the 2019 Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival:

  • Badass Backyard Brewing – Spokane Valley
  • Bale Breaker Brewing -Yakima
  • Berchman’s Brewing – Yakima
  • Big Barn Brewing – Mead
  • Brothers Cascadia Brewing – Vancouver
  • Burwood Brewing – Walla Walla
  • Elysian Brewing – Seattle
  • Fremont Brewing – Seattle
  • Georgetown Brewing – Seattle
  • Ghostfish Brewing – Seattle
  • Gig Harbor Brewing Company – Tacoma
  • Ice Harbor Brewing – Kennewick
  • Icicle Brewing – Leavenworth
  • Iron Goat Brewing – Spokane
  • Laht Neppur Brewing – Waitsburg
  • M.T. Head Brewing – Walla Wall
  • No-Li Brewhouse – Spokane
  • Paradise Creek Brewery – Pullman
  • Silver City Brewery and Taproom – Bremerton
  • Single Hill Brewing – Yakima
  • Stormy Mountain Brewing – Chelan
  • Sumerian Brewing – Woodinville
  • Ten Pin Brewing – Moses Lake
  • Varietal Beer Co. – Sunnyside
  • Waddell’s Brewpub & Grille – Spokane
  • Wandering Hop Brewery – Yakima
  • Wenatchee Valley Brewing – Wenatchee
  • White Bluffs Brewing – Richland

Established in July 2007 the Washington Beer Commission represents all 402 craft breweries in Washington state. The Commission’s mission is to promote Washington beer, benefit the state’s breweries, and increase awareness and demand. It is still the only beer commission in the country! For more information about the Washington Beer Commission and its events please visit:

Saturday, April 27th

Southridge Sports and Events Complex
2901 Southridge Blvd
Kennewick, WA 99337

Age 21+ Event

$20 advance tickets/$25 at the door while supplies last

Admission includes a commemorative tasting glass & eight 4 oz. tastes

Additional tasting tokens may be purchased at $2 each or three for $5

Designated driver admission is $5 and available at the door only (includes free water/soda)

Tickets on sale now! Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival