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Check out the Spring Beer and Scotch Festival in Seattle

Seattle is known for its breweries and pubs. People will mostly likely find a bar around every corner of the Emerald City. From premier whiskey and scotch to nostalgic wines, Seattle is the home of traditional breweries.

The festival honors Seattle’s roots in brewing and showcases the local flavors to the delight of the patrons. Proceeding from the festival will be donated to the Fremont Chamber of Commerce’s community grants. The Spring Beer and Scotch Festival started in 2003 and has since captured patrons throughout the country.

This year, Hop Scotch will feature Lumpia World as its primary vendor. Guests can experience samples of six vintage scotches or six Northwest whiskeys, along with a wide range of classic malt beverages. If you are a malt lover, then this is a must-attend event.

Hop Scotch will also feature scotch seminars by Rick Edwards. Attendees will have access to scotches from Glenlivet, Aberlour, and Chivas. There will be non-stop sports programs on a large screen, to go with the malt.

Tickets: The ticket price range is from $20 to $70. Guests can choose from four admission types:

• VIP tickets - $70

• Hops & Spirits admission - $35 (includes one tasting tokens, one spirit flight and one 5-ounce commemorative tasting glass)

• Hops admissions - $30 (includes 7 tasting tokens and one 5-ounce commemorative tasting glass)

• Non-tasting admission - $20 (includes four non-alcoholic beverage tickets)

For more information about the tickets, please click here.

For more information about the event, please call John Thorburn at 206.633.0422, or email him at john@boldhatproductions.com or click here.

Event Dates: The event happens from April 3, 2015 until April 4, 2015. On the first day, the event starts at 5 pm and goes on until midnight, and on the second day, the event is from 1 pm – 12 am.

Event Location:

Fremont Studios,

155 N 35th St. Seattle, WA – 98103

Come and be part of Seattle’s malt tradition.

* Image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons.

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