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June 12, 2014 at 10:28am

Washington Brewers Festival consumes Marymoor Park June 13-15

Sails Ambassador Rob Brunsman of 7 Seas Brewing will be pouring this weekend in Redmond. Photo credit: Pappi Swarner

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The much-anticipated 9th Annual Washington Brewers Festival takes place June 13-15 at Marymoor Park in Redmond. The Washington Beer Commission welcomes more than 330 beers from 88 state breweries, including locals 7 Seas Brewing, Dick's Brewing, E9 Brewery, Fish Brewing, Harmon Brewing, Northwest Brewing, Top Rung Brewing and Wingman Brewers. Admission is $20 for the 21 and older, Hell's Belles rockin', 74 brewery Friday night; $25 for the all-ages Saturday or Sunday affair. Jump on Washingtonbeer.com for details and tickets.

Go in with a plan, or you'll wander aimlessly and get drunk. You could stick to IPAs or oatmeal stouts. Or, visit just the South Sound breweries. Or, sip newly released beers. Stay focused. The free Washington Beer Mobile App for Android or iOS will keep you on track with a brewery locator, festival information and more.

You may bring a picnic setup with you, but leave the tents, glass containers and your own booze outside the gate. Close to 20 food vendors will be on-sight. Kids are welcome Saturday and Sunday, accompanied by a responsible adult, of course.

Sorry, folks, no dogs are allowed.

Below are the South Sound breweries pouring at this weekend's festival.

7 Seas Brewing, Gig Harbor

Friday-Sunday

  • Life Jacket - Session IPA (4.8%)
  • Depth Finder - India Red Ale (5.9%)
  • Pilsner (5.2%)
  • CDA - Cascadian Dark Ale (7%)

Dick's Brewing, Centralia

Friday-Sunday

  • Dicks Rasberry Tripel - Fruit  Tripel (Friday)
  • Dick's Working Man Brown Ale - English Brown Ale (5.5%)
  • Dick's Silk Lady - Belgian Style Golden Ale (5%)

E9 Brewery, Tacoma

Saturday-Sunday

  • DIPA - Double IPA (8%)
  • Belgian White - Belgian style wit (4.2%)
  • Brewers Choice

Fish Brewing, Olympia

Friday-Sunday

  • Vicious Circle - Amber (5%)
  • Beyond the Pale - American Pale Ale (5%)
  • Organic India Pale Ale - IPA (6.7%)
  • Dark & Dry - Apple Cider  

Harmon Brewing, Tacoma

Saturday-Sunday

  • One Hop Wonder - IPA (7.1%)
  • T-Town - Blond (4.4%)

Northwest Brewing, Pacific

Friday-Sunday

  • Crazy Bitch DIPA - Double IPA (7.5%)
  • Mango Weizen - Fruit Hefeweizen (5.3%)
  • Chinook Copper Ale - Copper Ale (5.5%)
  • Bad Panda Ginger Pale - Spiced American Pale Ale (5%)

Top Rung Brewing, Lacey

Saturday-Sunday

  • Hose Chaser Blonde - Blonde
  • Good Jake CDA - Dark Ale

Wingman Brewers, Tacoma

Friday-Sunday

  • Coconut P-51 Porter - Coconut Porter (8%)
  • Peanut Butter Cup Porter - PB Porter (8%)
  • Gratzilla Smoked Wheat Beer - Wheat Beer (3.7%)
  • Berliner Weisse Sour - Wheat Beer (3.9%)
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