Join Washington Wild For Their 2018 Beers Made By Walking Series Of Hikes

Since you’re here, I’m assuming you enjoy craft beer.  How about hiking?  Do you enjoy hiking as well?  Great.  Do you also enjoy doing what you can to help protect our Northwest forests, waters and wildlife?  If the answer is still yes, then strap on your hiking shoes and get registered with Washington Wild for one (or more) of three hikes coming up later this month, in July and in August.

Each hike will follow a different trail where local craft breweries haven taken inspiration from the native plants along the trail for their next beers.  Then, this October, there’ll be a special tapping event at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse to enjoy the fruits of those trail-inspired brewing labors.

Here is the full press release from Washington Wild:

Join Beers Made by Walking and Washington Wild for their 2018 Hike Series
Registration is now open for this free hike series which combines exploration of local hiking areas, education about native plants, and insights into the minds of local craft brewers.

In its seventh year, Beers Made By Walking (BMBW) returns to Seattle with a series of hikes meant to unite local brewers and beer fans on the trail! Led by volunteer naturalists and Washington Wild staff, the 11 participating brewers will find inspiration from native plants along the trail for their next craft beer. The resulting trail-inspired beers will be shared at a special tapping event in October at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse. At this ticketed event, participants can sample all 11 trail-inspired beers with proceeds donated to Washington Wild, a local nonprofit working to protect watersheds.

The participating breweries are Partners of Washington Wild’s Brewshed® Alliance, which currently partners with over 50 Washington breweries and brew pubs. This outreach program helps people make a simple connection: healthy watersheds provide clean water, and clean water makes better beer.

HIKES
Each hike is 3-6 miles in length, free, and open to the public.  RSVPs are required using links below. Washington Wild looks forward to bringing people together on the trail to create new experiences, new friendships, and great beer.

May 24, 10:00 AM – Pratt River Trail (4-6 miles, easy)
Breweries: Bale Breaker Brewing Company, Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery, Fremont Brewing, Rooftop Brewing Company

Sign Up Here: https://wawild.org/event/beers-made-by-walking-hike-1/

July 19 10:00 AM – South Tiger Traverse (3.4 miles, easy)
Breweries: Diamond Knot Craft Brewing, Naked City Brewery & Taphouse, Lazy Boy Brewing Company

Sign Up Here: https://wawild.org/event/beers-made-by-walking-hike-2-south-tiger-traverse/

August 21, 10:00 PM – Heather Lake Trail (4.6 miles, moderate)
Breweries: Bainbridge Brewing, Flying Lion Brewing, Hellbent Brewing Company, Machine House Brewery

Sign Up Here: https://wawild.org/event/beers-made-by-walking-hike-3-heather-lake-trail/

TAPPING EVENT
October 27, 2018
Naked City Brewery and Taphouse

Stay Tuned for More Details!

About Washington Wild
Since 1979, Washington Wild has played an invaluable role in permanently protecting nearly three million acres of Wilderness throughout Washington State. They bring people together in the vigorous defense of our remaining wild forests, waters, and wildlife. By educating, empowering, and mobilizing our communities, Washington Wild builds powerful grassroots networks that help protect wild lands and waters throughout the state. Find us at: wawild.org

What better way to do your part in helping to protect the beauty of the Northwest than enjoying a hike one one of these beautiful Northwest trails?  Get registered today and help get those beers made – just by walking.

Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.

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