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Community Events & Green Events

Weird Beer on the River

Saturday, July 08, 2017, 04:00pm - 10:00pm
Contact   kyates@westbyassociates.com
Don't miss this year's Weird Beer on the River Festival, hosted by CDM Caregiving Services!

This event is in it's third year and will be held in Washougal's spectacular Marina park, right alongside the Columbia River with Mt. Hood rising in the east. The tasting event challenges more than 29 local and regional beer and cider breweries to create and serve their most bizarre concoction. With delicious food vendors and music to accompany the weird brews, this festival has proven to be a one of a kind community activity.

21 and older only. Weird Beer on the River is $20 per person/per day at the gate. One ticket includes 1 tasting glass with 6 tasting tokens. Advanced tickets are available online to purchase for $17 per person and day.

Proceeds from the event will benefit CDM Caregiving Services, a non-profit agency providing in-home care, adult day services, and other supportive services for veterans, seniors and people with disabilities in Southwest Washington.

Location 

Marina Park - Port of Camas-Washougal 
24 South A St. 
Washougal, WA 98671