Eastside (WA): The Eastside breweries are pleased to announce that Eastside Beer Week (EBW) is back for a 2nd year, running July 23rd – August 1st. The week features events showcasing craft beer brewed up and down the WA I-405 & I-90 corridor in Washington. Your Eastside breweries can be found in Bothell, Kenmore, Woodinville, Kirkland, Redmond, Duvall, Carnation, Bellevue, Sammamish, Issaquah, Snoqualmie, North Bend, and Renton. Find a listing of the breweries at https://www.eastsidebeerweek.com/breweries.
The Eastside Beer Week (EBW) kicks off with the release of the 2021 official EBW beer, brewed by Crucible Brewing (at the Woodinville Forge location) in collaboration with Skagit Valley Malting and Imperial Yeast. There will be an official EBW beer release on Saturday, July 24th at Crucible Brewing in Woodinville, 12826 NE 178th St ste c, Woodinville, WA 98072.
Eastside Beer Week is proudly powered by our partners at Zeeks Pizza, Imperial Yeast, The Brewmaster’s Taproom, and City of Kenmore. Additionally, Skagit Valley Malting, Minuteman Press Redmond, Woodinville Print, Richardson Sports, Yelp, RET Physical Therapy, Chump Change Events, SquareKeg, and GiantSticker have sponsored EBW events and marketing efforts that have and will bring exciting exposure to the great craft beers offered on the Eastside. Visit our partners at https://www.eastsidebeerweek.com/sponsors
For more information about EBW, please email EastsideBeerWeek@gmail.com or visit our website at www.EastsideBeerWeek.com. Plus, EBW’s will continue to populate the event page as they are submitted. Please visit our event page to find out what events you want to attend, https://www.eastsidebeerweek.com/events.
Here is a preview of some of the events planned:
- Official EBW Beer Release Party at Crucible Brewing – Woodinville Forge on Saturday, July 24th (sponsored by Yelp);
- Will Run For Beer 5K (benefiting Lionhardt nonprofit that supports injured or ill first responders) will hosted at Four Generals Brewing & Dubtown Brewing on Saturday, July 31st; and
- Workshops at the Kenmore breweries for women by women (Cairn Brewing, Stoup Brewing, and 192 Brewing).
EBW Community Purpose:
Eastside Beer Week is a grassroots community partnership focused on celebrating Eastside craft beer and fostering a culture of giving that strengthens our neighborhoods.
The Eastside is not only a home for a growing and diverse group of craft brewers, but it is also a destination for craft beer enthusiasts.
Be a part of the local surrounding community, meet neighbors, support local charities, and enjoy fresh creative Eastside beer.