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Washington Beer Commission presents Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival on April 28th

 

The Washington Beer Commission invites you to join them at the Southridge Sports and Events Complex in Kennewick for the 2nd Annual Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival. The event features 36 Washington craft breweries pouring more than 100 beers. This is a 21+ event and no pets are allowed. Tickets on sale now. The Commission says that this will be an indoor/outdoor affair to allow you to enjoy the lovely spring weather.

All the event details are below. Here’s a list of the participating breweries. The list of beers is coming soon.

  • Bale Breaker Brewing
  • Badger Mountain Brewing
  • Bellwether Brewing
  • Black Label Brewing
  • Chief Springs Fire & Iron Brewpub
  • Cowiche Creek Brewing Company
  • Dru Bru
  • Elysian Brewing
  • Fremont Brewing
  • Georgetown Brewing
  • Ghostfish Brewing
  • Hop Nation Brewing
  • Ice Harbor Brewing
  • Iron Goat Brewing
  • Iron Horse Brewery
  • Laht Neppur Brewing
  • Lumber House Brewery
  • Mac and Jacks Brewing
  • No-Li Brewhouse
  • Paradise Creek Brewery
  • Silver City Brewery and Taproom
  • Ten Pin Brewing
  • Twelve String Brewing
  • Two Beers Brewing
  • Waddells Brewpub & Grille
  • Wenatchee Valley Brewing
  • Whipsaw Brewing
  • White Bluffs Brewing

When
Saturday, April 28th
Noon-6:00pm

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

Food Vendors
Food will be available for purchase onsite from a selection of local food trucks. For other food options, the Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival encourages you to visit one of the many terrific local dining options for lunch or dinner. Paid attendees may re-enter the event by showing their wristband and ID.

Onsite Food
Dovetail Joint Restaurant
Jiggy’s Bacon Burgers
Kindra’s Wok N Roll
MacDaddys Gourmet Grub

Tickets

$20 advance online tickets or $25 at the door

Designated driver admission is $5. (includes free water/soda)
Admission includes a commemorative tasting glass & six 5 oz. tastes

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

Washington Beer Lover members receive two bonus tokens when they present their member passports.

 



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2 comments

  1. I attended last year. It’s an interesting event and is cool to be able to drink beers from breweries we don’t see much of on the westside. I must say this was the first beer festival I’ve ever been to that didn’t have a giant line waiting before it opened. I was there five mins before opening and was number 2 in line. The inside was also kind of weird. I would have preferred an outside venue, but it’s super windy there that time of year and still a bit cold so I get the inside. It was just a funny setup since I and numerous people said it felt like a junior high dance because the middle was a huge open space with a few sparse tables with the breweries ringing the whole thing. I had a pretty good time though and went to a couple of fun taphouses after.

    1. Tony, the Commission sent more information, saying that this event “will have an indoor/outdoor element to take advantage of the typically pleasant spring weather in the area.”

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