PIKE BREWING CELEBRATES 25 YEARSPike Brewing 25
OCTOBER 17, 1989 – OCTOBER 17, 2014

On Friday, October 17, 2014 Pike Brewing celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Please join us for the parade and party!

5:30 – 6:00 pm              Friday, October 17, 2014
2nd World’s Shortest Non-Motorized Uphill Parade begins at Copperworks Distillery:
1250 Alaskan Way, Seattle (just across the street from The Big Wheel)

6:00 – 10:00 pm            Pike Anniversary Party

Food Stations: Featuring dishes using ingredients sourced from some of our favorite vendors:

  • Pike’s Naughty Nellie Room
  • Pike’s Microbrewery Museum
  • Pike Brewery

Oysters and Stout: New Oyster Bar opens that evening in Pike’s Front Bar

Music: Musical Acts will be performing throughout the Pub and Brewery

Special Beers:

  • Pike Reunion 25, Alumni Collaboration Brew
  • Pike Entire: Aged in Dry Fly wheat whiskey barrels
  • Pike Wood-Aged Kilt Lifter aged in Oola whiskey barrels
  • Special Cask Beers from Alumni Brewers
  • All available Pike Beers at Pike’s Main Bar and Pike’s Museum Bar

Commemorative gift for each guest

Space will be limited so we suggest you purchase tickets early.
Tickets available online at Brown Paper Tickets  

Our History  

 On October 17, 1989, Charles and Rose Ann Finkel open the Pike Place Brewery with The World’s Shortest Non-Motorized Uphill Parade.

The first keg of Pike Pale Ale, is crafted by head brewer, Jason Parker, and officially tapped  by Franz Inselkammer, the Braü von Aying, following a parade from The Pike Place Brewery, then located at 1432 Western Avenue, to Cutter’s Bay House, two blocks away (uphill).

2nd World’s Shortest Non-Motorized Uphill Parade

On October 17, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. friends and supporters of Pike Brewing will kick off the 25th anniversary celebration with a parade from Jason Parker’s Copperworks Distillery (located two blocks south of Pike on Alaskan Way) uphill to Pike Brewery’s Post Alley entrance.

About Pike Reunion 25, Alumni Collaboration Brew

Through America’s Craft Beer renaissance, Pike and its sister company, Liberty Malt Supply, has fostered some of the nation’s top craft brewers. Pike Head Brewer, Dean Mochizuki, has invited Pike alumni brewers to collaborate on a special reunion beer for the party. Participating brewers include: Jason Parker, Copperworks Distillery; Dick Cantwell, Elysian Brewing, Kevin Forhan, RAM; Bill Jenkins, RAM; Kim Brusco, Pyramid; Janelle Pritchard, Spinnaker Bay; Manny Chao, Georgetown; Larry Rock, Click Distributing (all of Seattle); Drew Cluley, Beardslee Alehouse, Bothell, WA; Skip Madsen, American Brewing, Edmonds, WA; Shawn Loring, Lazy Boy, Everett, WA; Frank Helderman, Terminal Gravity, Enterprise, OR; Geoff Deman, Free State, Lawrence, KS; Dean Priebe, Icicle Brewing, Leavenworth, WA., and Fal Allen, Anderson Valley, Mendocino, CA.