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Seattle, WA

America’s largest craft beer festival is coming to Seattle! This summer, Beer Camp on Tour takes over Gas Works Park with hundreds of craft beers, the city’s best food trucks, live music and good times. Every craft brewer in the nation is invited and you are, too!

The Pacific Northwest is the cradle of hops in the U.S., so it’s fitting that Seattle is among the best established craft beer scenes in the country, filled with passionate brewers and beer drinkers.

Join us in Seattle to celebrate the craft beer community and the importance of collaboration nationally and internationally!

Tickets

Each Ticket Includes
  • Hundreds of beers to try (brewer list below)
  • All tastings included
  • Commemorative taster
  • Live music

Brewers Pouring

Come and raise a glass with some of the best and brightest brewers in American craft beer. Check back often; the list will keep growing!

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Festival Details

Venue Info

Gas Works Park – An iconic Seattle park that sits on the north shore of Lake Union and is on the site of a former Seattle Gas Light Company gasification plant.

Getting There

Public Transportation

King County Metro has Trip Planner with a variety of transportation options including rideshare, rail and bus transportation.

Taxi

Here are a few we found:

  • Orange Cab Company 206-444-0409
  • Seattle Yellow Cab 206-622-6500
  • Seattle Union car service 206-307-9716

Bike Valet

There will be a Bike Valet area clearly designated near the entrance to the festival. Please bring a lock to secure your bike. Bikes may NOT be left over night, so please plan accordingly and do not drink and bike.

At The Festival

MUSIC

Vaudeville Etiquette 6pm-7:30pm

Vaudeville Etiquette's dynamic sound pushes the boundaries of psych-folk with grit, passion, and come-hither wit. The Seattle quintet fills timeless melodies with modern lyrics, heady harmonies, and a potent country-meets-classic-rock chemistry.

The Dip 8pm-9:30pm

"Hailing from Seattle, The Dip is an electrifying seven-piece ensemble that melds vintage rhythm and blues and modern pop with "impeccably crafted, 60's-steeped soul" (KEXP).

FOOD

Where Ya At Matt

The name "Where Ya At" is a phrase used in New Orleans to mean, how are you or how are you doing.

314 Pie

We love pies - sweet and savory. We serve them up to the hungry people in Seattle in our fabulous food truck.

Street Treats

We bring delicious homemade from scratch treats directly to your door with the truck and without.

Hallava Falafel

Seattle-based food truck serving the best falafel in town! We have a trailer located in Georgetown, and a mobile truck roaming the streets.

Athena's

Delicious Greek Style Street Food.

We’re working with some of the best local food trucks to provide delicious meal and snack options. Check back for updates!

FAQ
Where is the Seattle festival?

We’ll be at Gas Works Park at 2101 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98103

We’ll be at Gas Works Park at 2101 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98103

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Who will be serving their beer at this festival?

Check out the brewers page or download the festival app on iOS or Android. Start building your “must try” lists of breweries and beers, and stay up-to-date on festival happenings.

Check out the brewers page or download the festival app on iOS or Android. Start building your “must try” lists of breweries and beers, and stay up-to-date on festival happenings.

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Where can I buy tickets?

All ticket sales are onsite at: www.beercampseattle2017.eventbrite.com

All ticket sales are onsite at: www.beercampseattle2017.eventbrite.com

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Can I serve my beer at this festival?

Yes! Hop over to the brewer information page to find out more.

Yes! Hop over to the brewer information page to find out more.

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What does my ticket include?

Your ticket includes festival admission, a custom tasting glass, tastings, live music, and a great time.

Your ticket includes festival admission, a custom tasting glass, tastings, live music, and a great time.

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Questions about tickets?

Visit our festivals FAQ page to see more or visit the Eventbrite FAQ page.

Visit our festivals FAQ page to see more or visit the Eventbrite FAQ page.

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What should I bring with me?

First, bring your ticket (printed or electronic) and a valid photo ID to gain admission into the event. Next, you’ll want to have some cash handy to grab food or purchase gear. Finally, bring your reusable water bottle to stay hydrated!

First, bring your ticket (printed or electronic) and a valid photo ID to gain admission into the event. Next, you’ll want to have some cash handy to grab food or purchase gear. Finally, bring your reusable water bottle to stay hydrated!

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What will there be to eat?

We’ll be working with vendors—primarily food trucks—to ensure there’s a great spread of local food to complement the beer lineup. Food is not included in the festival ticket price, so we encourage you to have cash on-hand so you don’t go hungry.

We’ll be working with vendors—primarily food trucks—to ensure there’s a great spread of local food to complement the beer lineup. Food is not included in the festival ticket price, so we encourage you to have cash on-hand so you don’t go hungry.

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How do I get to the festival site?

Check out the “Getting There” above for more details.

Check out the “Getting There” above for more details.

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Where should I park?

Parking is pretty limited in this area, so we highly suggesting biking, using ride shares, or utilizing public transportation. Public street parking is also available.

Parking is pretty limited in this area, so we highly suggesting biking, using ride shares, or utilizing public transportation. Public street parking is also available.

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Where is the Lost & Found?

The Lost & Found is located at the Festival Entrance. Once the venue has closed please contact beercampinfo@sierranevada.com and we will do our very best to reconnect you with your lost belongings.

The Lost & Found is located at the Festival Entrance. Once the venue has closed please contact beercampinfo@sierranevada.com and we will do our very best to reconnect you with your lost belongings.

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Nonprofit Partner

Hop Growers of America

Hop Growers of America is a trade association that supports U.S. hop growers and the industry with education, scientific research, statistics, trade promotion and harmonization, outreach and more. Learn more at usahops.org