Badger Mountain Brewing
With some of our beer recipes being older than the brewery itself, Badger Mountain has been bringing craft beer to the Wenatchee valley since 2012. Our brewmaster, David Quick, a nearly lifelong Wenatchee resident, has been brewing beer for nearly 30 years. Many of his recipes from his home brew days have now made their way to our production line. His passion for quality beer has made him a figurehead of the craft beer scene in Wenatchee, as he has worked closely with other local breweries, companies, and the city itself in an effort to bring family friendly events to the area. VIEW WEBSITE
Bainbridge Organic Distillers
Bainbridge Organic Distillers was Washington State's first distillery producing USDA Certified Organic spirits, and we are the state's only distillery producing 100% of its organic spirits from scratch, on site in our own distillery. We are very proud to have launched the state's first organic vodkas, whiskey and gin. We favor working with other local, family-owned companies, and we strive to make sure that every step in our process is as environmentally neutral as possible and is sustainably and responsibly managed. VIEW WEBSITE
Bale Breaker Brewing Co.
Crafting fresh-off-the-farm brews from the middle of a hop field, Bale Breaker Brewing Company is a family-owned brewery located in the Yakima Valley. Backed by four generations of hop farming experience, Bale Breaker started in 2013, and has grown to become the fifth largest independent craft brewery in Washington. Bale Breaker crafts four year-round canned beers, including the widely celebrated Topcutter IPA, and a diverse offering of seasonal beers on draft. VIEW WEBSITE
Berchman's Brewing Co.
Our beer is crafted utilizing the finest hops, grains, specialized ingredients and pure artesian water. Additionally, our beer is bottle conditioned. This process allows for natural carbonation, akin to the Belgian style. We have a strong interest in crafting beers that showcase the Yakima Valley's assets. VIEW WEBSITE
Dry Fly Distilling
Dry Fly embraces the farm to bottle approach and believes it is the consumer’s right to know what they’re drinking, where it came from, and how it was produced. We do not purchase bulk alcohol. We do not source our grains from a variety of producers, compromising consistency and quality. We do not take shortcuts in the distilling process by using inadequate stills or take shortcuts in barrel aging by using additives or employing non-traditional barrel sizing. 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
It is our mission to create fine, craft-style spirits that tempt the palette as well as reflect the character and proud heritage of Ellensburg. VIEW WEBSITE
Heritage Distilling Co.
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
Horse Heaven Hills Brewery
Horse Heaven beers are well balanced and finish smooth. During the brewing process, we utilize meticulous attention to detail while creating a balance between the local, regional and a worldwide selection of malts, hops, and yeast. VIEW WEBSITE
Ice Harbor Brewery
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
Lewis and Clark Brewing Co.
Our beers are hand crafted, un-pasteurized and are brewed to levels of quality, which can only be achieved in the finest of breweries. We are proud of what we do and we are confident that everyone who drinks our beers will appreciate the care and craftsmanship served in every glass. VIEW WEBSITE
OOLA Distillery produces small batches of gin, vodka and whiskey. This is the real deal – spirits made with a sense of place and a connection to the people who grew the raw ingredients and the man who coaxed them into their more spirited forms. The goal is 100% use of Washington state people and ingredients from grain to glass: gins in which you can taste the botanicals, distinctive vodkas, and whiskey flavorful and smooth. VIEW WEBSITE
Paradise Creek Brewery
Paradise Creek was started with one goal in mind: to locally create exceptional beer and share it with friends. All of their beer is brewed in Pullman, Washington. Family owned and operated and COUGS to boot! . Our hops are sourced directly from the Yakima Valley, and our grains are predominantly grown in the Northwest region. This maintains the fresh taste of all our brews and boosts the flavor in our IPAs. VIEW WEBSITE
Rogue Ales & Spirits
Pouring exclusively in the VIP Lounge, Rogue Ales & Spirits crafts world-class ales, lagers, spirits, ciders and sodas for Rogues around the world. Rogue Ales & Spirits are brewed and distilled in Newport, Oregon. Rogue also operates a Barley Farm in Tygh Valley and Hop Farm in Independence, Oregon. Rogue believes in Growing Our Own ingredients for our beer and spirits. Centuries of geologic forces created ideal terroir for growing malting barley, aroma hops, rye, pumpkins, honey, hazelnuts and jalapenos. Rogue is dedicated to saving the terroir of Oregon beer and spirits by growing its own unique and proprietary ingredients - one acre at a time.. 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
Varietal Beer Co.
Varietal Beer Company was founded in 2016 by a group of people passionate about beer. Our common goal is to produce beers that provide you with unique experiences and flavors using the best that the Yakima Valley has to offer in hops, barrels and fruit. 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
Yakima Craft Brewing Co.
Yakima Craft Brewing Co. is a craft beer brewery located in the heart of North America's leading producer of hops, the Yakima Valley in the state of Washington. We produce high-quality craft ales and lagers with an emphasis on full-bodied taste and unique character. VIEW WEBSITE
Young Buck Brewing Co.
Creators of crazy, experimental, and just plain awesome beer. We specialize in barrel-aged sour beer styles, but make non-soured beers as well; you'll find everything from a Gose to a Gueze, and a Pale ale to an Imperial Stout. Our goal is to make the best beer possible, using local ingredients, and supporting the awesome craft brewing scene developing in downtown Spokane. VIEW WEBSITE
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. Uber is now active in the Prosser area as well as other taxi services.
What can I bring into the event?
Bring yourselves, your ID, sunscreen, and your lawn chairs if you wish. No outside food or drinks are allowed- come prepared to purchase from our wonderful vendors.
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 $40 General Admission includes your entrance to the event, a commemorative event glass, and all tasting 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.
What is included with my VIP ticket to the event?
Your $75 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, a swag bag, and exclusive access to the Milne Fruit 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.
Can I purchase tickets at the gate?
Yes, General Admission will be available at the gate. VIP tickets may ONLY be purchased in advance; they will NOT be available at the gate.
Do we have to purchase tokens?
No! All tastings are now included in your admission price, so you do not have to purchase tokens to enjoy your evening. Food vendors and the cigar vendor will accept cash and some will accept cards.
This event is in August, is there shade?
Yes! One large tent 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.