Get Your Tickets Now For Chocofest At Pike Brewing

Do you like beer?  How about wine?  Spirits and cocktails?  How about chocolate and other sweets?  Baked goods and tasty, savory bites from local restaurants?  Am I making you hungry and thirsty yet?  Well then you’d better hurry up and get your tickets for this year’s Chocofest at Pike Brewing Company.

An event you won’t soon forget, Chocofest is a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with that special someone, or to just enjoy an evening out where you can sample great food and drinks from several local suppliers.  It all takes place on Sunday, February 11th at Pike Brewing Company.

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My Experience At Chocofest 2013


Last night was the 5th Annual Chocofest down at Pike Brewing Company.  This annual Valentines-themed event is a gastronomic delight, featuring brewers, chocolatiers, vintners, cheese makers, bakers, restaurants and more, each sharing some of their best.  By the time the doors opened, the event was sold out.

We spent the evening sampling different foods and beverages from many of the vendors in attendance.  For the most part, everything was pretty good, but there were a few standouts – as well as one or two disappointments.  A few of the highlights of the evening for my wife, Lynn, and I included:

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Chocolate And Beer – The Perfect Combination – UPDATED 2/9/2013


2013 is here.  The holidays are behind us, and Valentine’s Day is fast approaching.  That means Love is in the air, but it also means that Pike Brewing Company‘s annual Chocofest is fast approaching.

Each year since 2009, Pike Brewing has hosted this wonderful event, which features dozens of chocolate, wine, spirits, cider and mead vendors pairing their libations with chocolatiers, restaurateurs, bakers, and cheese-makers, culminating in an evening of love-inspired gastronomic delights.  Or, as Pike puts it: “a virtual orgy for food and drink lovers!”  All proceeds from Chocofest 2013 will benefit the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance – which helps protect the waters of Puget Sound both now and for future generations.

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