4th Annual Kiana Brew Fest
Sunday, June 4, 2017

Come on down to Kiana Lodge and enjoy a day tasting local breweries and enjoying our waterfront event lawn!


Admission: $25 + tax per person

Purchase your tickets HERE!


Ticket includes:

·         Entry to the event

·         Commemorative tasting glass

·         Five 4oz tastes

·         Live music, lawn games, and MORE!


Festival food will be available for purchase


Participating breweries include:

Valhöll Brewing (Poulsbo, WA)

Founded in 2010, Valhöll Brewing offers a casual atmosphere paired with a variety of brews on tap.


Rainy Daze Brewing (Poulsbo, WA)

In operation since 2012, Rainy Daze is known for brewing quality beers with quality ingredients.


Hale’s Ales Brewery (Seattle, WA)

Founded by Mike Hale in 1983, Hale's Ales is the Northwest's 3rd oldest and longest running independently owned brewery in the Northwest. Hale's built its long standing reputation by brewing small batch, full flavored ales using traditional English brewing methods. An innovator from the start, Hale's was the first craft brewery to introduce Seasonal, Cask Conditioned and Nitrogen Conditioned ales to the region. Hale's goal is to stay true to what the craft brewing "revolution" is all about: crafting fresh, locally brewed ales of the very finest quality.


Silver City Brewery (Bremerton, WA)

Silver City was started in 1996 by Co-owners Steve & Scott Houmes, and it remains a locally owned and operated business. Silver City Brewery's handcrafted beers are available on draft, in 22oz bottles, 12oz bottle & 12oz can 6-packs across Washington State in bars, restaurants, and grocery stores.


Slaughter County Brewing Company (Port Orchard, WA)

Family owned and operated, small-batch, craft microbrewery and brewpub, Slaughter County Brewing is located on the shoreline of Sinclair Inlet in downtown Port Orchard, WA. As South Kitsap's first and only commercial brewery in over 70 years, their goal is to provide the highest quality, gimmick-free, and most drinkable beers available, and for those that visit, to also provide a relaxing and fun spot to enjoy great craft beers.


7 Seas Brewing Company (Gig Harbor, WA)

Launched in 2009 by Puget Sound natives, Travis Guterson and Mike Runion, 7 Seas Brewing Co. established shop near downtown beautiful Gig Harbor in a 1,500 sq. ft. building formerly used as a racquetball court. Today, 7 Seas operates two breweries and taprooms open every day in Gig Harbor and Tacoma and distributes their beer throughout all of Washington.


Cash Brewing Company (Silverdale, WA)

Opened in 2015, Cash Brewing is a full service restaurant and brewery located in the Old Towne District of Silverdale right across from the waterfront park. With a variety of beers on tap and a laid-back atmosphere, there is something for everyone.


Der Blokken Brewery (Bremerton, WA)

Beginning with their first brew in early 2010, Der Blokken Brewery has made every effort to hone a range of craft beers that are both accessible to the craft beer novice and sought after by the long time aficionado. Along with a pub and lounge, they feature some of the best draft beers and fabulous food in Kitsap County. The Copper Blokk Lounge proudly presents fresh press cocktails for those 21 or older and includes pool, shuffle board, and darts.


Bushel & Barrel Ciderhouse (Poulsbo, WA)

As Kitsap County’s first established Cidery, Bushel & Barrel has a vision that extends beyond the craft cider they produce. The mantra is “Micro Cidery... Macro Cause.” They strongly believe that do not want to be just a business that just merely exists, but a vessel to provide community development and an avenue to help local citizens in need.


Finnriver Cidery (Chimacum, WA)

Finnriver is an organic farm & orchard and award-wining artisan cidery in the Chimacum Valley on Washington's Olympic Peninsula. They grow certified organic fruit, vegetables and grains, and handcraft a bounty of award-winning artisan cider and fruit wines. Finnriver is also Certified B Corps, with the mission to reconnect people to the land that sustains us and make business a 'force for good' in the world.


Hood Canal (Kingston, WA)

Hood Canal Brewery opened its doors in September 1996 in an 800 sq. Ft. pole building at the home of Don Wyatt, owner and brewer, just north of Poulsbo, Washington. Don had five years experience in home-brewing and worked at the Thomas Kemper Brewery before its closing. When Kemper's closed its doors, he decided to follow his passion and strike out on his own. .


Bent Bine Brew Co. LLC (Mason County, WA)

Mason Counties only brewery. 8.5 Barrel brew house with capacity to brew over 2000 barrels annually. Serving and self distributing Ales, Stouts, Porters, and Lagers.


Festival food will be available for purchase

You must be 21 years or older. Proof of age at the gate. No pets allowed.


Purchase your tickets HERE!


 Please call 866-738-4307 or email us at info@kianalodge.com for additional information