Seattle is a city known for its art, culture, many restaurants, iconic landmarks, and of course, beautiful natural scenery. With its combination of mountains, waterways, vibrant city living and opportunities to make the most of stunning views, it’s not surprising that Seattle is a place that visitors choose to return to time and again. It’s also a highly innovative destination on the map and rising to the top of the list of new and exciting scenes in Seattle is brewing. As the popularity of craft beer continues to grow, Seattle has taken a seat at the leader’s table and in January, beer lovers will reunite once again to celebrate the flavor, technique, and art of brewing in the state of Washington at Belgian Fest.
Over 100 Belgian-style beers created at the hands of Washington-based brewers will be available at the 11th annual Belgian Fest in Seattle this year. The festival will be hosted at Fisher Pavilion at the Seattle Center on January 25th which is situated at 305 Harrison Street. Belgian Fest is divided into two sessions to allow for even more tastings with the first being between 12:00 pm and 4:00 pm and the second running from 5:30 pm until 9:30 pm. Tickets can be purchased in advance of the event for $37 per person or for $45 at the door. This is a 21 and up event that proves to be fun-filled each and every year and highlights beverage styles that range from Saisons and Wits to Tripels and Dubbles, just to name a few.
What to Expect
The cost of an admission ticket includes 10 tasting tokens as well as a commemorative tasting glass. A taste constitutes 4 oz, but several are sure to lead to a growing appetite. Fortunately, Belgian Fest also takes pride in providing a great selection of delicious fare during your experience. Savory bites and snacks are available for purchase on-site with vendors situated both inside and outside of the pavilion. Hot dogs, baked goods, sweets and more are sure to please the palate and be a wonderful pairing to the many beverage flavors designed to be enjoyed. The Buddha Bruddah Food Truck is always a fan favorite when you’re in the mood for something more robust while a stop at Po Papas Nuts is a great way to indulge the taste buds when you’re feeling more like a small snack.
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