On February 25th 2017, Washington Breweries will hold special Open Houses from 12-5pm. Across the state, participating Washington Breweries will welcome you with brewery tours, meet and greet with the brewery staff, tastes of new releases or barrel aged beers, tasting trays or special menu items.


Washington Beer

Specific Open House activities will vary amongst the 130 different Washington state breweries participating in this year’s Washington Beer Commission sponsored event. The Commission’s web site has a very helpful map of all the participating breweries to help you plan your day. Of course, no one is going to transverse the state and 130 breweries and 130 breweries in a single afternoon. You might want to consider Ed’s Bellingham daytrip cluster. The Washington Beer Commission suggests a couple of other clusters of than the standard Ballard Brewery Crawl that is well known.


Ghostfish Brewing

Schooner Exact Brewing

Two Beers Brewing

Georgetown Brewing

Machine House Brewing

Lowercase Brewing


River City Brewing

Iron Goat Brewing

Young Buck Brewing

Steam Plant Brewing

Black Label Brewing

Perry Street Brewing

Badass Backyard Brewing

Twelve Strings Brewing

English Setter Brewing


Ghost Runner Brewery

Trusty Brewing

Loowit Brewing

McMenamins -Columbia

Heavy Metal Brewing Co.

Fortside Brewing

54 40 Brewing

Heathen Brewing


Here is a recently updated list of Open_House_2017_Brewery_Events.

WABL LogoIf you are a WABL member, be sure to bring your passport. several breweries are offering specials just for WABL.  Join WABL at Counterbalance Brewing in SODO to sign-up for WABL and redeem your WABL passport prizes during this year’s Open House. Counterbalance is offering a 10% discount for all passport holding WABL members and will be opening their brewery for self guided tours! Counterbalance is located at: 503B S Michigan St, Seattle, WA 98108

twitter bird holding beerWant to know what is going on during on Open House Day? The Washington Beer Commission is asking that you tweet your updates with the hashtag #WABEEROH so you can easily find what others are enjoying and they can see what you think is a “must try”.