20 Corners Brewing Co.   •   Woodinville, WA

  1. sWAsh Session Ale

  2. Season Pass Saison

    • This beer will have the option of being served with orange juice to create a beermosa!

7 Seas Brewing   •   Tacoma, WA

  1. 253 Pilsner

    • This NW Pilsner pays homage to those local brewers who came long before us, a shout-out to our home, the 253. Our NW spin on a classic pilsner-style lager. Brewed with NW Pale and Pilsner malt, hopped with Sterling and Cascade, this brew is 100% Washington. An extremely refreshing, dry, and crisp authentic Pilsner with that classic mineral, cracker like finish. Executed with precision, patience, and care, yielding a truly premium Pilsner.

  2. Rude Parrot IPA

    • Loud, sassy, and relentless, the Rude Parrot has insatiable appetite for hops! Brewed with Vienna, light Crystal, and a touch of Honey malt, this golden hued IPA is aggressively hopped with Simcoe and Citra hops. A big juicy, tropical fruit, citrusy hop aroma yields way to an off dry, pleasantly bitter finish.

Aslan Brewing Co.   •   Bellingham, WA

  1. Ginger Rye Ale

    • This beer falls into the “specialty” category, but it’s based off an American Pale Ale and inspired by a delicious cocktail called the “Moscow Moose”. The ginger is present, yet subtle as is the rye. The wild card is the use of limes, which shine through on the finish. This is an adventurous beer and a staple of our brewery.

  2. Classic Light Lager

    • This is your classic, easy drinking light lager beer — light in flavor, alcohol, and calories. While it may be an American macro brewery standard, it’s better when brewed in small batches without corn and rice.  Pours a very pale gold with a rocky white head. For a great taste that won’t fill you up and never let you down, reach for a Classic Light Lager.

Bad Jimmy’s   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Blood Orange Honey Wheat

    • Crisp and Citrusy. Made with real Blood Oranges.

  2. IPA

    • Crisp Citrus, Passionfruit and Tropical Flavors.

Black Raven Brewery   •   Redmond, WA

  1. Coco Jones Coconut Porter

    • Our Tamerlane Brown Porter, with it’s subtle nut and coffee tones takes a delicious turn when infused with freshly toasted coconuts.

  2. Kitty Kay Blues Infused Pale Ale

    • We took an unassuming pale ale and turned the screws a bit with additions of dried blueberries, vanilla bean and organic mountain-grown catnip. The result is an easy drinking pale ale that finishes like this morning's blueberry muffin. Be sure to hide the cats, they might take a shine to this one.

Bluebird Microcreamery & Brewery   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Caffe Vita Porter

    • A spin on the traditional American Porter style, the secret ingredients in this beer are coffee malt and actual cold-brewed coffee supplied by our neighbors and friends at Caffé Vita.

  2. Theo Chocolate Milk Stout

    • A smooth-drinking British Milk Stout that utilizes extra chocolate malt and a hefty quantity of Theo Chocolate in cacao nibs, in addition to lactose, to give the beer its rich chocolate taste.

Caldera Brewing Co.   •   Ashland, OR

  1. Caldera Toasted Coconut Chocolate Porter

    • Caldera's Toasted Coconut Chocolate Porter is a Robust Porter incorporating in house toasted coconut chips and natural liquid chocolate. Super smooth and flavorful, this dark porter is a dessert in a glass. One of Caldera’s top selling beers and comes in at 6.2% Alcohol by Volume.

  2. Caldera Mosaic IPA

    • Tropical-Style IPA brewed with Mosaic hops imparting hop flavors of mango, passion fruit and guava.

Counterbalance Brewing Company   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Counterbalance IPA

    • Grapefruit, passionfruit, slightly dank hop character, medium malt body, spruce on the finish

  2. Coffee Biere De Garde

    • Mixed fermentation Biere de Garde with coffee added.

Dru Bru •  Snoqualmie Pass, WA

  1. Schwarzbier

    • A German inspired light-bodied black ale dominated by roasty, burnt caramel and toffee notes. Northwest hops add a non-traditional citrus and resin character to result in a rich, yet surprisingly light-bodied and smooth dark ale.

  2. Hop Session IPA

    • Light copper colored ale that showcases an aromatic blast of citrus and tropical fruit flavors yielded from Mosaic and Citra hops. Brewed with a modest malt backbone with the intent of showcasing hop flavor without the high alcohol that typically accompanies IPAs.

Elysian Brewing Company •  Seattle, WA

  1. Peated Porter with Bacon Salts

    • Brewed with Pale, Munich, Chocolate, Special B and just enough Peated Malt with some Midnight Wheat thrown in for a dark touch of color. Bittered with Magnum and whirlpool additions of Fuggle and Chinook to help balance out the peat aroma.

  2. Men's Room Red Ale with Smoked Bacon

    • Men’s Room is amber in color with a light hop aroma and a toasty malt finish. Brewed with crisp 77 Crystal, Munich, Cara-hell, Cara-red, and Cara- vienne. Bittered with Chinook and finished with Cascade.

Fish Brewing Company   •   Olympia, WA

  1. Blackbird Island Hopfenweizen

    • Deep, hazy gold with orange highlights with an intense floral and spice aromatics.

  2. Dry Hopped Apple Cider

    • A semi dry cider made from honeycrisp, granny smith, and Macintosh apples, and infused with Mosaic and Citra hops. Light, crisp, piney, and citrusy aromatics

Fremont Brewing   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Lush IPA

    • Lush is made with a hand-selected blend of malts and lush, tropical hops to help you bridge the last days of Winter and the coming of the Spring fever.

  2. Interurban IPA

    • Interurban India Pale Ale offers the adventurous beer lover a warm embrace of Northwest Pale malt swirled with a hand-selected blend of Chinook, Centennial, and Amarillo hops. Interurban is bitter as an IPA should be yet balanced with copious aroma and flavor hops.

Gallaghers’ Where U Brew   •   Edmonds, WA

  1. Bourbon Balls Porter

    • Made with Dutch Cocoa, Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla bean in the boil, and dry hopped with bourbon soaked oak chips.  Delightfully smooth!

  2. Monk Belgian Trippel

    • A deep golden ale, sneakily high in alcohol, and finished in the boil with cracked coriander and orange peel.

Ghost Runners Brewery   •   Vancouver, WA

  1. Amanda Huggenkiss Raspberry Chocolate Porter

    • A dark medium bodied chocolate porter kissed with raspberries.

  2. Phantom Blanca Belgian Whitbier

    • Traditional Belgian Witbier with delicate notes of chamomile, coriander, and lemon.

Ghostfish Brewing  •   Seattle, WA

  1. Winter Coat Coffee Porter

    • Brewed with dark roasted buckwheat, millet, and rice malt and finished with the darkest Belgian candi syrup and "dry-beaned" with Tony's Coffee Ganesha Espresso beans.

  2. Apricot Sour Ale

    • Brewed with quinoa, buckwheat, millet and rice, this beer has a smooth honey-like malt character, a bright sourness, and a hint of fruity hop aroma from Palisade hops. Kettle-soured with cultures from Goodbelly coconut probiotics and apricots added at the end of fermentation. This brew is a collaboration between Ghostfish Brewing and Revelations Brewing (Rehoboth Beach, DE).

Gig Harbor Brewing Co.   •   Tacoma, WA

  1. Gig Harbor Spiced Winter Ale

    • Nice smooth and sweet light-malt taste with a tantalizing spicy finish, with notes of cinnamon and orange.

  2. Kopachuck Pale Ale

Hellbent Brewing Company   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Moontower Stout

    • Medium bodied and smooth, with mild roasted coffee and toasted caramel notes and a dry finish.

  2. Hellbent IPA

    • A copper-colored, super hop-infused ale with citrus, pungent pine and tropical fruit aromas. Hopped with Simcoe, Chinook, Centennial, Cascade, and Amarillo hops.

Hop Valley Brewing Co.   •   Eugene, OR

  1. Citrus Mistress IPA

    • This seasonal IPA features 4 different hops with the addition of grapefruit peel for a citrus, peach and tropical bouquet plus enough Munich malt to give it a classic burnt-orange color.

  2.  Blonde

    • Easy drinking blonde with a clean crispness

Kulshan Brewing Company   •   Bellingham, WA

  1. German-Style Pilsner

    • We raise a glass to the men and women who pioneered this classic session beer in 1842. Crisp and refreshing with clean and balanced bitterness from floral, bright and spicy Noble hops, this lager is our tribute to their hard work, precision and good taste. Prost.

  2. Gose German-Style Sour

    • A little salty, a little tart, a true product of simple resources available to the brewers of early 16th century Goslar, Germany. This refreshing ale has subtle salinity and spicy coriander to balance it’s tartness with playfully layered fruity aromas of lemon and pear.

Lagunita's Brewing Company   •   Petaluma, CA

  1. Lagunita's IPA

    • This is our unique version of an ancient style. A style as old as the ocean trade routes of the last centuries of Great Ships. Not as old as the equator they had to cross twice enroute, nor as old as the 10,000 miles or so of Di-Hydrogen Oxide and Sodium upon which they sailed, but older than the Circulithium-4 Lentoid that binds the Lupulin Quartnate onto your taste buds. Weird. Think about it. Now stop. OK, go again. Now stop. Think again. And stop. But we digress. Made with 43 different hops and 65 various malts, this redolent ale will likely float your boat, whatever planet you're on.

  2. CitruSinensis Blood Orange Pale Ale

    • We took some fresh Sanguinello Blood oranges, juiced 'em, concentrated that juice (without heat) and threw it into a wheatier version of our New Dogtown Pale Ale. The end result? A refreshingly hopped pale-ish ale with a huge citrus burst!

Lazy Boy Brewery   •   Everett, WA

  1. Lazy Boy Porter

    • Our signature Porter aged in oak, coffee, and maple syrup.

  2. Lazy Boy Spring IPA

    • Brewed in the New England style IPA with Peaches. First Gold and Citra Hops

Locust Cider   •   Woodinville, WA

  1. Sweet Aged Apple
    • We leave a blend of pressed Washington dessert apples on their own and let the wild yeasts do their work. Then we age it for 6 months. The result is a semi-sweet, full bodied, deep, very appley, smooth and round cider. There is Beauty in imperfection. Great with meat and cheese, stands up!

  2. Thai Ginger

    • We braved the mountains, rivers and fields of southeast Asia to find the perfect Galangal, Thai Ginger root. Blended with a sweet hard cider made from PacNW apples, the result is a woody, earthy, piney, and yes gingery cider equally at home in front of a holiday fireplace as it is at a summer BBQ.

Lowercase Brewing   •   Seattle, WA

  1. iPA
    • A balanced IPA for IPA lovers and doubters alike - Not intended to be a palette wrecker, we opted for a more subtle approach to this beer. The rye malt to provides a slightly spicy (warm), dry backbone and then we hop it up with the combination of Mount Hood and Centennial hops until we have jasmine-like aroma and taste – all while keeping the overall bitterness in check

  2. bROWN

    • A true Northwest original… combining beer and coffee - Dark beer fans can rejoice with this little bit different brown ale. Our bROWN uses a combination of toasted malts, Nugget hops and cold-brewed Guatemalan coffee to create a truly unique brew. This is not about creating new flavors, but taking existing flavors and turning up the dial… a great base brown meets delicious coffee

Lucky Envelope Brewing   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Grapefruit ENIAC Mosaic IPA

    • Our flagship IPA, ENIAC screams Mosaic hops and a restrained malt profile with notes of juicy tropical fruit and resinous pine.

  2. Bohemian Pilsner

    • Description coming soon!

Mazama Brewing Company   •   Corvallis, OR

  1. Rasplendent - Raspberry & Hibiscus Fruit Ale

    • What could be more refreshing for a summer beer than crisp, juicy raspberries? Add hibiscus and it drinks like a glass of raspberry lemonade, but with a nice collar of foam and a light touch of hops.

  2. Deadline Pilsner

    • This Pilsner is sure to quench your thirst. This complex, straw colored beer has a bright clarity to it. Malt with bready, crackery notes is balanced by spicy floral hops and gives way to a crisp, dry finish.

Ninkasi Brewing   •   Eugene, OR

  1. Pacific Rain Pale Ale

    • Crafted with water from Oregon’s McKenzie River and a band of four distinguished hops, this Northwest Pale is citrusy & crisp.

  2. Believer Double Red

    • Notes of caramel, toffy, fig, and date ease into earthy and floral hops, making this Double Red Ale incredibly drinkable and full-flavored.

No.6 Cider Company   •   Seattle, WA

  1. True Original

    • 100% Washington Apples, Golden in color, winner of the PNWCA 2016 Gold Medal for the Modern Sweet category.

  2. Pomegranate

    • Semi-sweet/tart fruit cider, 2016 Gold medal winner at World Cider Championships

Optimism Brewing   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Black Coffee Stout

    • Black is full of bold coffee and dark chocolate notes, sure to get your day going.

  2. Zest Citrus IPA

    • Zest is an IPA with lots of citrus notes—a beer mimosa if you will.

Payette Brewing Company •   Boise, ID

  1. Recoil IPA

    • An IPA with a unique hop blend that gives off berry and piney aroma balanced with a firm bitterness. Citra hops give it lemon aroma in the finish.

  2. Mutton Buster Brown Ale

    • Rich, roasted, nutty sweetness of cocoa and malt on the nose with a mild kick of earthy, hop bitterness. Dark in color, heavy on the malt flavors.

Pear Up Cider •   Wenatchee, WA

  1. Raspeary

    • Refreshing raspberry blends with bold pear for a light and crisp cider.

  2. Watermelon Pear

    • Enjoy juicy watermelon refreshingly blended with pure pear.  

Ravenna Brewing Co.   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Lion Tamer Bourbon Vanilla Porter

    • Award Winning Porter with Tanzanian Vanilla Beans in Bourbon.

  2. Alluvial IPA

Riverbend Brewing   •   Bend, OR

  1. Oregonized Love IPA

    • Simple malts work in harmony with generous amounts of Chinook and Mosaic hops. Layers of citrus, pine, and grapefruit come together in every sip. Get it fresh!

  2. Schwenk's Classic Pilsner

    • Bavarian lager yeast and German malts combined with the mild, yet spicy, floral tones of German Hallertau hops make this a truly classic pilsner.

Rogue Ales   •   Newport, OR

  1. Hazelutely Choctabulous

    • Candy in a bottle

  2. Promise Gone Aw-Rye

    • Inspired by Rogue Farms Dream Rye this ale was originally brewed as a special one time Holiday gift exclusively for Rogue employees. It was such a hit that at the urging of Brew Master John Maier we decided to share it with the world. Slight sour notes from the rye, full malt body throughout, and plenty of hops in the finish. We all enjoyed it and know you will too.

Schilling Hard Cider   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Grapefruit and Chill

    • A refreshing Radler Style Cider bursting with juicy citrus flavor

  2. Passport

    • A tropical blend of Passion Fruit,Pineapple and Washington Apples. Unfiltered for an incredible smoothie-like mouthfeel.

Schooner EXACT Brewing Co.   •   Seattle, Wa

  1. Evergreen IPA

    • Brewed using Washington grown barley and hops in our post-modern NW IPA fashion; we use multiple additions of Simcoe and Amarillo hops to achieve a flavor and aroma reminiscent of the Yakima Valley during harvest

  2. Kettle Sour

    • Tart and refreshing, the kettle sour is crafted in the style of a classic Berliner Weisse. Honey cereal and slight floral notes on the nose transitions into a pleasant burst of acidity in the mouth followed by a lingering dry malt finish.

Seapine Brewing   •   Seattle, WA

  1. Seapine IPA

    • West Coast style IPA featuring Centennial hops. A lighter IPA with pleasant citrus aromas.

  2. Hefeweizen

    • Southern German style Hefe brewed with 50% German wheat and 50% German Pilsner malt. Straw colored with aromas of banana and clove. 2016 WA Beer Awards Silver Medalist.

Sound to Summit Brewing   •   Snohomish, WA

  1. Port Tack Porter

    • A smooth dark pour. With roasted undertones, this porter is unique with its backside malt profile. Just like its 18th century London ancestors, this brew is lightly hopped.

  2. Blood Orange Jetty Pilsner

    • This continental Pilsner is a light straw colored beer that acquires it's light and clean flavor from a cold fermenting lager yeast. The fresh subtle aroma is imparted by German hops for a balanced beer that goes down easy anytime. Deliciously infused with natural blood orange puree.

Ten Pin Brewing   •   Moses Lake, WA

  1. Groove Pineapple Wheat

    • This gold medal winning fruit wheat ale is the result of our collaboration with the Moses Lake band, Dimestore Prophets. The beer takes the easy drinking smoothness of an American wheat ale, adds just enough Mosaic hops to brighten it up with tropical fruit aromas, and takes it home with a fresh pineapple squeezed into every case.

  2. Head Pin IPA

    • This gold medal winning American IPA is a strong, pleasantly bitter ale showcasing the mango and earthy pine flavors of Mosaic hops blended with the citrus and dense fruit flavors of Centennial and Citra hops.