Winter Beer Taste





Save the date for our 2014 event:

Saturday, November 8, 2014







2013 Event


26th Annual PNA Beer Taste
November 9, 2013 | Regular Event 7-10 pm
(Preview Tasting 6:15 pm)
Phinney Center, Blue Building. 6532 Phinney Ave N. Ages 21 and over only.


Confirmed Breweries     Beer Classes at PNA


Special Preview Tasting - Beat the Crowds!


Join us for a Preview Tasting at 6:15 pm. Preview tickets are $50 for PNA members, $60 for the general public and $25 for designated drivers. These tickets include a $25 tax deductible donation, 6:15 pm event admittance, commemorative tasting glass, sliders and coleslaw.



Tickets are $25 for PNA members, $35 for non-members and $10 for designated drivers. Tickets include 10 tastes from a selection of 30 NW breweries, pub style snacks and a silent auction of awesome beer stuff!


Tickets    Volunteer


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Confirmed Breweries

American Brewing

Winter Classic, Breakaway IPA

Anacortes Brewery

Helles Pilsner, Broadsword Scottish Ale

Big Al Brewing

Nuttwarmer, IPA, Brewer's Choice

Black Raven Brewing

Beaktweaker Citrus IPA , 2013 Splinters

Bluebird Microcreamery/Brewery

Habanero Pumpkin Porter, Black Forest Chocolate Cherry Porter, Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Boundary Bay Brewing

Cabin Fever

Chuckanut Brewery

Porter, Vienna Lager

Diamond Knot Brewery

Industrial Ho Ho

Elysian Brewing

Barrel Aged Dragonstooth Stout, Bifrost Winter Ale

Finn River Cidery

Cranberry Rosehip Cider, Dry Hopped Cider

Fremont Brewing Co

Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Star Imperial Stout, Bonfire Winterale

Georgetown Brewing Co

RyeRye, Short Notice IPL

Hale's Ales Brewery

Wee Heavy, Bourbon Barrel Aged Barley Wine

Hi Fi Brewing

Pump Up the Volume, Little Czar

Hilliard's Beer


Lantern Brewing

Blanche Canneberge, Blanca Cucurbita

Lazy Boy

Mistletoe Bliss, Oatmeal Stout

Maritime Pacific Brewing Co

Jolly roger Christmas Ale, Dead Wreakening IPA

Naked City Brewing

Big Lebrewski White Russian Imperial Stout, Wild cherry Barrel Aged Sour

NW Peaks

Snowfield Ale Double Redoubt Ale

Pike Brewing

Pike Auld Acquaintance

Populuxe Brewing

Precipitation Plum Porter, Full Spectrum IPA

Rooftop Brewing

Rooftop IPA

Schooner Exact Brewing

Hoppy Holiday, Hoppy the Woodsman

Scuttlebutt Brewing

Barrel Aged Scotch Ale

Seattle Cider

New England Cider

Silver City

Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Scrooge Christmas Ale Old Scrooge Christmas Ale

Stoup Brewing

ISA, Porter

Tieton Cider Works

Cherry, Yakima Valley Dry Hopped Cider

Two Beers Brewing Co

Jive Espresso Stout

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Sponsored by
74th Street Ale House

Thank you for 18 years of
PNA Beer Taste Sponsorship!




Lake & Company Real Estate


Summer Beer


NEW! Beer Classes at the PNA


HOW TO TASTE A BEER (November 4)


This class had a great turnout. Read about it here.




November 11 | 7 pm | Phinney Center, Room 5 | $20 PNA Member/$30 Public

Call 206.783.2244 to register

Now that you’ve been to the Beer Taste, maybe you’d like to find out how easy it is to craft your own! Accomplished homebrewer and Flying Bike co-operative board member David Wiegand takes you through the steps to brew beer at home. Learn the 3 different ways to brew tasty lagers and ales in your own kitchen and how simple the process is!

Flying Bike

Brought to you by
Flying Bike Cooperative



74th Street Ale House
Located at 7401 Greenwood Ave N, the 74th Street Ale House is a favorite neighborhood establishment, offering exceptional food and microbrews. Founded in 1991 by Jeff Eagan and Jeff Reich, the 74th Street Ale House is an English-style pub where neighbors gather together. Join them every Wednesday for Cask Night where a cask conditioned keg of locally brewed beer is set on the bar and poured from 5 pm till it is gone. Also join them for their excellent Happy Hour 3-6 pm Monday-Friday where small plates are offered at $5 and all pints are $3. The 74th Street Ale House’s sponsorship, for more than 18 years, has been essential in making the PNA’s Beer Taste the best in Seattle. We appreciate their continued support and encourage our friends and neighbors to stop by the 74th Street Alehouse for a pint of good cheer!