2 Towns Ciderhouse at a previous event. Photo by Jenna Lynn

2 Towns Ciderhouse at a previous event. Photo by Jenna Lynn

Beer festival coming to Bothell Oct. 19

Tickets include six tastings and a tasting glass.

  • Monday, September 30, 2019 8:30am
  • Life

Beers and ciders, food, and music will be offered at the 6th annual Bothell Beer Festival.

The Bothell Kenmore Chamber of Commerce is again holding the event underground in the Bothell City Hall garage, 18415 101st Ave. NE in downtown Bothell. It will be from noon to 6 p.m. on Oct. 19.

Attendees must be 21 and older to attend; no children or babies are permitted. Service dogs are allowed.

Breweries and cideries in attendance will be: 20 Corners Brewing, AVID Cider Co., Bad Granny Hard Cider, Beardslee Public House & Brewery, Cairn Brewing, Chatter Creek Cider, Decibel Brewing Company, Foggy Noggin Brewing, Gallaghers’ Where U Brew, Good Brewery Co., McMenamins Anderson School Brewing, Northwest Brewery Works, Pear Up Cider, Postdoc Brewing, Schilling Cider, Sumerian Brewing Co., Tin Dog Brewing, Triplehorn Brewing Co, Volition Brewing Co., Watts Brewing Company and Whitewall Brewing.

On-site food trucks will be: The Vet Chef, Chicago West and Athena’s Greek.

There will also be live musical performances by Johnny7, North End Jam Collective, Oliver Rosenthal, Dynamite Limbo and Good Company.

Tickets are $25 through Oct. 1 and $30 after that and include six tastings and a tasting glass.

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