Seattle Beer Week event, Women In Beer.
5:00 pm

Women In Beer - SOLD OUT

May 8, 2017

Women In Beer Planned Parenthood benefitPike Brewing Company is thrilled to present the sixth annual Women in Beer, benefiting Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands. Women In Beer has sold out and no more tickets are available at this time. This Seattle Beer Week celebration features women involved in the Northwest craft beer industry along with women owned and led restaurants, cideries, wineries, chocolatiers and more. Women in Beer is expanded for 2017 after selling out every year and because our friends at Planned Parenthood need our support more than ever.

Event attendees will be informed and treated to tastes and bites from over 35 local breweries, cider Women In Beer Planned Parenthood benefitmakers, cheese makers, restaurants, chocolatiers and more. Samples will be available from notable Seattle names as well as newcomers to our food and drink industry.

Participating businesses to date include:

Anacortes Brewing, Barley’s Angels, , Chuckanut Brewery,  Dirty Bucket Brewery, Dog Days Brewing, Dru Bru, Dystopian State Brewing, , Fish Brewing, Floating Bridge Brewing, Fremont Brewing, LoveCraft Brewing Company, Lowercase Brewing, NW Peaks, Optimism, Pike Brewing Company, Populuxe Brewing, Reuben’s Brews, Stones Throw Brewery, Stoup Brewing, Two Beers.

Cadee Distillery, Cote Bonneville, Finnriver Farm & Cidery, Heritage Distilling Company, Sidetrack Distillery, Seattle Cider Company, Tieton Cider Works

Alstadt, Andaluca, Balleywood Creamery, Bluebird Ice Cream & Microbrewery,  The Brewmaster’s Bakery,  Glendale Shepherd Cheese, Grand Central Bakery, Macrina Bakery, Salumi, Seattle Chocolate Co., TASTE, Tom Douglas Seattle Kitchen

Barley’s Angels, Girls Pint Out, Pink Boots Society, The Beeroness and Beer Necessities


Pike Morning After Pale is the official beer of Women In Beer. This women-brewed beer also benefits Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands.

Women have long held influential roles in all aspects of beer making. They were the principal brewers for centuries and, were responsible for introducing hops to the malty brew. Today, with the Northwest craft beer renaissance, more and more women are taking the lead at local breweries as brewers, bottlers, sales people and owners. Women in Beer celebrates both women’s historic role in beer and highlights how women are shaping today’s craft beer resurgence.

Seattle Beer Week, Women In Beer

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