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Win VIP Tickets to Seattle Weekly's Best of Seattle Party

The contest is closed. We have given away the tickets.

Are you interested in going to a big ol’ hootenanny on the Seattle waterfront? We are giving away a pair of VIP tickets to the Seattle Weekly Best of Seattle Party. The event takes place this Wednesday evening, August 1st. Additionally, we have a discount code that is good for $5.00 off your general admission ticket price. This party showcases Seattle’s best food, drink, performance and installation art, and live music. All in celebration of Seattle Weekly’s 27th Annual Best Of Seattle issue, which hits newsstands the same day.

To win the VIP tickets, simply leave a comment here on the blog or on our  Facebook page telling us which Seattle brewery is your favorite. On Tuesday, July 31 we will pick a winner at random from all the people who leave comments. Even without the VIP privileges this promises to be a great night of food, drink and entertainment (all included in your ticket price). Click here to purchase tickets and be sure to enter the discount code to save $5. The code is: BOSPARTY60.

VIP ticket holders get early entrance to the event, a VIP gift bag, exclusive access to the VIP lounge, and premium tastings. General Admission tickets are $30 (before your discount) and include all-you-can-eat bites from local favorite restaurants, confectioners and food trucks, open bar including samples from winning mixologists, beer and wine, as well as access to performances including fire-dancing, aerialists and Seattle Weekly’s 2012 REVERB Local Music Festival preview lineup.

So if you want to win VIP tickets, simply leave a comment here or on Facebook telling us which Seattle brewery is your favorite. Otherwise, click here to purchase tickets and enter the discount code BOSPARTY60.

The contest is closed. We have given away the tickets.

32 comments

  1. I have to pick just one, huh? My favorite Seattle brewery seems to change every other week. lol

    If I had to pick one today, I’d say Fremont Brewing. They put out some great beers and their quality is very consistent.

    Cheers!

  2. I love so many Seattle breweries! I would have to say my favorite recently is Big Time, they always have some great IPAs on tap. 🙂

  3. Naked City, hands down. I’ll take a pint of Betsy’s Mountain with a side of Betsy’s Mountain, please. And a growler to go. Cheers for hosting this contest!

  4. Favorite in-the-city-limits brewery is Georgetown Brewing. GT was one of the seminar brewers here, they have fabulous beer, and if you have a Georgetown growler you get $2 off the growler refills–that’s a friendly policy!

    Favorite just outside the limits is Foggy Noggin Brewing in the garage of a Lake Forest Park home. You gotta love that.

  5. It is choosing among children but I would say Maritime Pacific, for both their great beers and great tap room.

  6. Fremont or Georgetown. Loved Georgetown’s Johnny Utah at the Washington Beer Festival last month.

  7. Difficult to choose just one, but NW Peaks in Ballard tops my list. Ever-changing variety of quality beers!

  8. Definitely hard to pick – there are so many great ones in the area, but I’ll always go back to Pike as my favorite. First IPA I ever had, and I still think it’s the best of the local IPAs.

  9. I would have to say, right now? Elysian… only because they made it into the top 5 beers of Oregon Brewer’s Fest last weekend in our beer bracket.

  10. Favorite Seattle brewery… very hard to choose just one! I would have to say Elysian for their consistently outstanding brews and their commitment to trying new and different things all the time.

  11. Fremont Brewing, hands down. Great, varied, and quickly growing choice of brews; great eco-industrial (yes, locally-sourced, mostly organic, and the new cans are uber-eco!) and family-friendly brewpub; and the nicest, bestest owners, brewers and servers you could hope for. Fremont Brewing!

  12. Naked City is pretty amazing (and so close to my apartment)… but I’m going to have to go with Elysian. It’s good and so close to the stadiums! I go to a lot of Mariners games, so I’m at Elysian a lot beforehand!

  13. seattle has too many good breweries to pick just one! nobody’s mentioned EPIC Ales yet, so i’ll pick them.

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