The Washington Beer Commission presents the
3rd Annual Spokane Oktoberfest!
September 21-22, 2012 Ÿ  Riverfront Park, Spokane, WA

The Washington Beer Commission will host the 3rd Annual Spokane Oktoberfest on Friday, September 21st, and Saturday, September 22nd, at downtown Spokane’s Riverfront Park. This will be the premier craft beer tasting festival for the Washington Beer Commission on the east side of Washington state. The Commission currently produces five beer tasting festivals yearly as a means for supporting the marketing, promotion, education and public relations efforts of the Washington Beer Commission and its more than 150 member breweries statewide.

Spokane Oktoberfest will turn Riverfront Park’s Gondola Meadow into a wonderful beer tasting garden with a high-peak tent, picnic tables, delicious food options, live music and of course Washington brewed late summer and fall seasonal beers on tap. This third-year event will showcase 22 Washington Breweries (11 from east of the Cascades!) pouring more than 60 unique craft beers.

The event will take place over two days, beginning Friday evening, September 21st from 4pm to 8pm. Saturday, the 22nd the festival will run from noon to 8pm.

Admission Price: Tickets for Friday or Saturday are just $15 in advance or $20 at the door! Separate tickets are required for each day. Admission includes a commemorative tasting cup and five, 5oz. sample tastes. Additional taste tokens will be available for purchase at $1.50 each or four taste tokens for just $5.00.

Tickets are on sale now! Complete ticket and event information is available online at The event is expected to sell out so advance ticket purchase is recommended. This is a 21 and over only event. Additional information including the full beer lineup, entertainment schedule, contests, food menu items and advance ticket outlet locations coming soon.

The Washington Beer Commission was formed in 2007 to promote craft beer brewed  in Washington state, to educate Washington consumers about craft beer and to foster a vibrant community of craft brewers in Washington. With more than 150 breweries now producing craft beer in the state, Washington is recognized as a national leader in the craft beer industry. Fresh, Local, Award-winning, Washington Beer.

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