Prosser Beer and Whiskey Festival is our region’s premier craft brewing and distillery event.

Saturday, August 24th

Prosser Wine & Food Park, 2840 Lee Rd, Prosser

BUY TICKETS

Online ticket sales have closed but there will be tickets available at the gate.

General Admission

General Admission $30/each and includes:

  • A commemorative event glass
  • 5 tokens

Tickets purchased online include a $2 Courtesy Fee

Additional Tokens can be purchased for $2/token.
1 token = 1 pour.

VIP tickets limited to 500

Tickets can also be purchased in-person at the Chamber office at 1230 Bennett Ave. or at the gate the day of the event, depending on availability.

VIP Tickets

VIP Tickets $65/each and include:

  • A commemorative event glass and shot glass
  • Exclusive hour of tastings from 5pm-6pm
  • 10 drink tokens
  • Choice of t-shirt in VIP Lounge
  • Vendor swag
  • Access to the VIP lounge and activities
  • Fancy VIP only trailer porta-potty!

Breweries & Distilleries

  • Burwood Brewing

    Burwood Brewing Company is a local craft brewery in the heart of the Walla Walla wine region. The owners, David and Jennifer Marshall, bring with them a wealth of experience and knowledge regarding the operation of a brewery. David is a veteran brewer with 10 years of experience in professional brewing and Jennifer has 4 years of experience in office administration and marketing for a brewery. They have a passion to bring high quality craft beers to Walla Walla, WA.  VIEW WEBSITE

  • Cowiche Creek Brewing Co

    We Love Hops. Period. Oh and Beer too. We built our own brew house and set out to build our own style of beers that were less malt and a ton more hops. Not more bitter but instead bursting with aroma and flavor. The citrus, pine, and tropical fruit notes are what we love about our valley's hops.  VIEW WEBSITE

  • D's Wicked Cider

    d’s Wicked Ciders are hand crafted,  naturally fermented, gluten-free premium hard apple ciders. We use only the finest fresh pressed and cold pressed juice (not from concentrate) made from Washington State apples. VIEW WEBSITE

  • Heritage Distilling Co.

    Using Washington grown raw materials, scientific training and a little creativity we are pleased to offer you a unique line of Whiskey, Gin and Vodka. We provide personalized services designed to enhance your experience and enjoyment of our spirits. VIEW WEBSITE

  • Hop Nation Brewing Co.

    Hop Nation Brewing Company is a new brewery in mid-development by Master Brewer Ben Grossman. They focus on Washington agricultural products, specifically Yakima Valley Hops and Columbia Valley grain, and their relationship to award winning beer.  VIEW WEBSITE

  • Ice Harbor Brewing

    Ice Harbor Brewing Company is dedicated to brewing beers that we enjoy and are proud to serve to our friends. Our dream has been to create a place where local beer lovers can stop by to talk about beer, sample the brews, and fill their growlers with draft beer from the taps like the days of old.  VIEW WEBSITE

  • Icicle Brewing Company

    This production brewery located in Leavenworth, Washington is where our head brewer, Dean Priebe has masterfully combined the pristine waters of the Icicle River with only the freshest ingredients to craft fresh and flavorful ales and lagers for your enjoyment.  VIEW WEBSITE

  • Just Rum

    John & James with a third friend, Greg Madsen, decided after tasting history it should be shared with the masses. They bring you Just Rum. No artificial flavors or colors. Try it and taste a piece of history. Just Rum is currently available throughout Oregon and Washington.   VIEW WEBSITE

  • Snipes Mountain Brewery

    Snipes Mountain Ales are handcrafted in small batches featuring many varieties of locally grown Yakima Valley hops balanced with a blend of Northwest and European malts. The use of quality ingredients and a passion for beer results in a fresh, unique, full-flavored beer that we hope you will enjoy.  VIEW WEBSITE

  • Swede Hill Distilling

    Located deep within the beautiful apple orchards of the Yakima Valley in Washington State, our products are hand-crafted one bottle at a time. We are proud to present our products,  made with Yakima apples and cherries from local farmers.  VIEW WEBSITE

  • Tieton Cider Works

    From branch to bottle, TCW controls every aspect of the growing and cidermaking process. Tieton Cider Works boasts the largest orchard of cider varieties in Washington state and the largest Perry pear orchard in the United States. We blend our cider fruit with all Washington apples. We've been growing apples, apricots, cherries and pears on Harmony Orchards - our family farm - since the 1930’s and are thrilled to be involved in Re:interpreting the tradition of cider making.   VIEW WEBSITE

  • Whipsaw Brewing Co.

    Whipsaw Brewing is rooted in the belief that good beer stems from great people. From the farmers and millworkers that supply our ingredients, to the friends that we swap stories with over a pint - We've found that the only thing that tastes as good as drinking our own cut, is sharing the rest.   VIEW WEBSITE

Activities & Food

ENTERTAINMENT

CIGAR LOUNGE

FOOD VENDORS

Bella's, Blissful Bites, Cascade Crust, Doggie Style Gourmet, El Buen Gusto, Grubbins, Jade's British Girl Treats, Mami's Spicy Ceviche, Polynesian Grill

 

FAQ

  • Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

    The Prosser Beer & Whiskey Festival is a 21+ event. ID is required to enter the event.

  • What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

    There is ample parking available at the Wine and Food Park area, with a large gravel lot on the south side of Lee Road.  DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE. A shuttle service is available to and from all local lodging options.

  • What can I bring into the event?

    Bring yourselves, your ID, sunscreen, no outside food or drinks are allowed- come prepared to purchase from our wonderful vendors.

  • How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

    You can email the Prosser Chamber of Commerce (the event organizer), directly at: info@prosserchamber.org

  • What is the refund policy?

    No refunds after tickets are purchased.

  • Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

    Bringing your printed ticket makes things a little easier – but if you forget it at home, don't sweat it. Bring your ID and we will be able to look you up on our will call list.

  • Is my registration fee or ticket transferable?

  • What is included with my General Admission ticket to the event?

    Your $30 General Admission includes your entrance to the event, a commemorative event glass, and 5 drink tokens to use during the General Admission hours (6pm-10pm). You also have access to the cigar lounge, awesome live music, and a wide variety of excellent food vendors. As well as our General Store.

  • What is included with my VIP ticket to the event?

    Your $65 VIP ticket gets you in to the event at 5pm for an hour of VIP only tastings with our breweries and distilleries. You’ll receive a commemorative event glass, an event t-shirt, and exclusive access to the VIP Lounge and the VIP porta-potties. You also have access to the cigar lounge, awesome live music, and a wide variety of excellent food vendors, and the General Store.

  • Can I purchase tickets at the gate?

    Yes, tickets will be available at the gate, if they have not sold out to capacity.  VIP is limited to 500.

  • Do we have to purchase tokens?

    Yes! To remain in compliance we have had to go back to tokens.  You will receive tokens with your ticket, additional drink tokens will be available for purchase at the rate of $2 each.  Food vendors and the cigar vendor will accept cash and some will accept cards. Tokens are for drinks only.

  • Is there food on site?

    Yes. In addition to the many wonderful breweries and distilleries at the event, we have a wide variety of food vendors. Enjoy Cajun? Prefer Mexican? BBQ your thing? They are all on site! All food vendors will accept cash, and some will accept card for purchases.

  • This event is in August, is there shade?

    Yes! Large 60 x 100 tents will be set up with tables and chairs for you to relax and enjoy the shade while listening to our live band and enjoying the craft brews and spirits. The event site also has a number of trees along the west side, which provide shade in the afternoon and evening.

Tourism Office

1230 Bennett Ave • Prosser, WA

Saturday, August 24th

Prosser Wine & Food Park, 2840 Lee Rd, Prosser

Saturday, August 24th

Prosser Wine & Food Park, 2840 Lee Rd

Prosser Beer and Whiskey Festival is our region’s premier craft brewing and distillery event.