Friday, Aug. 23
Humble Abode Brewing (1620 E. Houston Ave.) is celebrating its first anniversary this weekend. Humble Abode has brewed a special New England-style pale ale for the occasion, and there will be beer specials, live music, food trucks and other fun throughout the weekend.
You can drink beer and support a great cause as Black Label Brewing Co. (19 W. Main Ave.) hosts its annual “Ales for Autism” event. Two dollars from every pint sold throughout the day will be donated to the ISAAC Foundation, a local nonprofit that supports families affected by autism. Doors open at 1 p.m.
Big Barn Brewing (16004 N. Applewood Lane, Mead) is celebrating the release of its blackberry porter from 4 to 8 p.m. There will be a local food truck to keep people fed and live music starting at 5.
Saturday, Aug. 24
Sandpoint’s Laughing Dog Brewing (805 Schweitzer Plaza Drive, Ponderay) is celebrating its 14th anniversary with a party. A special anniversary beer will be on tap, and there will be raffles, live music and food specials. Noon to 8 p.m.
The new Spokane Valley home of Genus Brewing and Supply (17018 E. Sprague Ave.) is having its grand opening in conjunction with neighbor River City Pizza. Stop by from 2 to 9 p.m. to enjoy live music, pizza and, of course, beer.
The downtown Spokane location of Steady Flow Growler House (111 S. Cedar St.) is celebrating its first anniversary with beer specials, swag giveaways, patio games and more. 3 to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Aug. 27
Nectar Beer and Wine (1331 W. Summit Parkway) is hosting the Spokane launch of the new Graduate Golden Ale from Moses Lake’s Ten Pin Brewing from 6 to 9 p.m. One dollar of each pint sold during the event in Kendall Yards will be donated to a scholarship fund for the WSU Wine and Food Beverage Management Program.
Find more beer news at Wildermuth’s blog: 509beerblog.blogspot.com.
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