Washington Brewers Festival – the list of participating breweries


We now have the list of breweries participating in this year’s Washington Brewers Festival at Marymoor Park in Redmond on June 15 – 17. We share the list below, along with some basic info about this year’s festival. For more information about the changes at this year’s festival, in case you’re unaware, please see our previous post (recommended).


Friday, June 15, 4 – 9:30pm- 21-and-over only

Saturday, June 16, 11am – 8pm- All ages

Sunday, June 17, 11:30am – 5:30pm- All ages



King County’s Marymoor Park

6046 W Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond, WA

There is a $10 on-site parking fee each day. Carpooling and a designated driver is strongly encouraged. Cars with four (4) or more occupants park for just $5. Metro Bus service is available from Seattle to within a mile of the venue.

ADMISSION   (Get Tickets Here)

Friday – 21+ only

$25 advance tickets ($30 online after May 31) or $35 at the door.

Admission includes a tasting cup and 8 tasting tokens. More available for purchase.

Advance tickets are available online and at ticket outlets.

Saturday & Sunday

$25 advance tickets ($30 online after May 31) or $35 at the door.

Admission includes a tasting cup and 8 tasting tokens. More available for purchase, up to three additional tokens. (see our previous post for more information about extra tokens)

Advance tickets are available online and at local outlets.

All Ages. Those under 21 admitted free (must be accompanied by a parent).

Designated Drivers

Designated driver admission is $5 and available online or at the gate. DD entry includes complimentary water, root beer, and other soft drink options.


For more information about musical lineup, kids activities, food and more, visit the event website.

Participating Breweries

192 Brewing
20 Corners Brewing
210 Brewing
54-40 Brewing
7 Seas Brewing
Anacortes Brewery
Aslan Brewing
At Large Brewing
Bad Jimmy’s
Bale Breaker Brewing
Bastion Brewing
Beardslee Public House
Bellevue Brewing
Bellwether Brewing
Big Barn Brewing
Big Block Brewery
Black Raven Brewing
Boundary Bay Brewery
Cairn Brewing
Chuckanut Brewery
Counterbalance Brewing
Crucible Brewing
Diamond Knot Craft Brewing
Dick’s Brewing
Dirty Bucket Brewing
Dog and pony Brewing
Dog Days Brewing
Dreadnought Brewing
Dru Bru Brewery
Elysian Brewing
Farmstrong Brewing
Flying Lion Brewing
Fortside Brewing
Four Generals Brewing
Fremont Brewing
Gallagher’s Where-U-Brew
Georgetown Brewing
Ghostfish Brewing
Gig Harbor Brewing
Grains of Wrath Brewery
Half Lion Brewing
Heathen Brewing
Hellbent Brewing
Icicle Brewing
Illuminati Brewing
Iron Goat Brewing
Iron Horse Brewery
Jellyfish Brewing
Lake Stevens Brewing
Loowit Brewing
Lucky Envelope Brewing
Mac and Jack’s Brewery
Machine House Brewery
Matchless Brewing
McMenamins Breweries
Mollusk Brewing
Narrows Brewing
No Boat Brewing
No-Li Brewhouse
North Jetty Brewing
North Sound Brewing
Odd Otter Brewing
Odin Brewing
Old Schoolhouse Brewery
Optimism Brewing
Pacific Brewing
Paradise Creek Brewery
Pike Brewing
Postdoc Brewing
Ravenna Brewing
Redook Brewery
Resonate Brewery
River City Brewing
Rooftop Brewing
Roslyn Brewing
San Juan Island Brewing
Scrappy Punk Brewing
Skagit River Brewery
Skookum Brewery
Slaughter County Brewing
Snoqualmie Falls Brewing
SnoTown Brewery
Sound To Summit Brewing
Standard Brewing
Stones Throw Brewery
Stoup Brewing
Sumerian Brewing
Ten Pin Brewing
The Hidden Mother Brewery
Three Bull Brewing
Three Magnets Brewing
Timber Monster Brewing
Top Rung Brewing
Triceratops Brewing
Triplehorn Brewing
Two Beers Brewing
Waddell’s Brewing
Walking Man Brewing
Wenatchee Valley Brewing
White Bluffs Brewing
Young Buck Brewing


  1. That’s interesting. This list was provided to me by the Washington Beer Commission, which organizes the event.

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