Main Street Bothell businesses participating in Wine and Beer Walk, June 13

Main Street Bothell is hosting a Vintage Bothell Wine and Beer Walk from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, June 13.

Main Street Bothell is hosting a Vintage Bothell Wine and Beer Walk from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, June 13.

Wine from more than 15 of Washington State’s Wineries and Breweries will be showcased for of-age-consumers while they shop through historic Main Street retailers.

Beverages available for tasting come from wineries and breweries such as Eye of the Needle, Goose Ridge Estate Wineries, Northwest Cellars, Hi-Fi Brewing, Foggy Noggin’ Brewing and more.

The cost of the Wine and Beer Walk is $20 for tickets purchased prior to June 12, and $25 on the day of. Tickets include 10 tastes, with additional tastes purchased for $1 each.

Participants must be 21 years or older to participate in the event.

The Bothell Florist is the check-in and bottle sales location for the event, though the event includes Main Street Antiques, Evergreen Karate, Hillcrest Bakery, Bothell Furniture, Leela Yoga, Rain City Wines, and many of the Main Street businesses.

For more information about the Vintage Bothell Wine and Beer Walk, please visit www.vintagebothell.com.


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