Defending champs return to BrewFest - get tickets now

Monday, July 30, 2012

Hundreds enjoyed last year's brewfest
Photo courtesy BrewFest

The second annual 4-Corners BrewFest will be held on Saturday, August 11th from 3-7pm on the patio and grass behind the Innis Arden Clubhouse at 1430 NW 188th St.

Once again, the lineup of brewers at 4-Corners BrewFest looks to be outstanding. Last year, Big E Ales took home the coveted Golden Growler with its Orange Creamsicle Ale. In 2012, the defending champs will be back as well as crowd favorites American Brewing, Diamond Knot Craft Brewing, Silver City Brewing, Emerald City Beer Company, Lantern Brewing, Naked City Brewing, Fremont BrewingGeorgetown Brewing, Gallagher’s Where-U-Brew, and Two Beers Brewing.


All told, twenty local craft brewers will be featuring over 40 delicious ales, lagers, porters, and stouts.

4-Corners BrewFest is a fundraiser for the Shoreline neighborhood associations of Hillwood, Richmond Highlands, Richmond Beach, and Innis Arden, with all proceeds going back into the community. This year, an equal percentage of the proceeds will also be donated to New Beginnings, a shelter for those affected by domestic violence.

Tickets are currently on sale for $30 at Brown Paper Tickets or in person at Beach House Greetings at 626 Richmond Beach Road. Your ticket gets you: ten 5oz tastes from 40+ beers, a souvenir glass, free food from local Shoreline restaurants, grilled brats, and more. A limited number of designated driver tickets (food and soft drinks only) are also available online for $15.

This year’s music will be provided by the Shoreline Bluegrass All-Stars, a loose collection of accomplished local pickers and jammers.

Space is limited so it is a good idea, and cheaper, to get your tickets early. Tickets at the door, if available, will be $40.

4-Corners.Org is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit registered with the Washington State Charities Program. 

The organization is 100% volunteer-run and takes its name from the common intersection of the four neighborhoods at NW 8th and Richmond Beach Road. The foundation of a strong community starts with four corners. 

For more information, visit 4-corners online.


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