Countdown To BrewFest

Thursday, August 4, 2016

By Lisa Surowiec

In about a week, the 6th annual 4-Corners BrewFest will commence in Innis Arden.

We have been busy checking off boxes:

  • Good mix of established and new brewers? Check.
  • Good weather? Check.
  • Fabulous emcee? Check.
Still on the fence about joining us?

Here are the Top Ten reasons to come.

10. The ability to vote for something that you love

The Golden Growler is up for grabs, and you can help decide who gets to take it home for the year. 

In Beer We Trust.

9. Yummy food. Chip's pulled pork sandwiches, grilled brats, snacks. 

Even without the beer, this is your stomach's happy place.

8. Pretzel necklaces

So fashionable, and the perfect complement to your sunglasses.

Chip sings
7. Awesome live music by local musicians.

6. Girls' afternoon. Or man-date. Or date-afternoon. 

The chance to grab your favorite friends and enjoy each other's company on a sunny afternoon with no other details to manage.

5. Supporting neighborhoods. This event seeds next year's event, but also supports the four 4-corners neighborhoods. And a charity.

4. Supporting Hopelink. Who doesn't love Hopelink? And what better way to get them some extra money than to attend a beer festival?

3. Happy people. Seriously. 

Everyone is happy at this place for this event.

It is not possible to be crabby when you're at BrewFest.

2. Crucible, Downpour, Hemlock State, Lowercase, Lucky Envelope, Rooftop, Watts. 

Be the first of your cool Seattle friends to know these names.

1. 192, American, Hellbent, Elliott Bay, Elysian, Fremont, Gallagher's, Naked City, North Sound, NW Peaks, Salish Sea, Twelve Bar. 

We love their support and we love their brews!

Visit the BrewFest page for more information, including volunteer links and ticket sales. 

Keep checking back as we will be starting to tell you who's pouring what!

BrewFest, August 13, 3-7pm, Innis Arden Clubhouse, 1430 NW 188th St, Shoreline 98177


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