Skagit Valley Spring Lager

3 Ways to Support Skagit Valley Breweries

We love beer and we love our local breweries.  Here are 3 ways to support our local breweries.

1:  Buy local beer at your local grocery store.

Now is the time to make the leap and try something new and local if you aren’t already.   Introducing the Spring Valley Lager!  Members of Skagit Farm to Pint joined forces to create the 2020 Skagit Valley Spring Lager, a beer celebrating Skagit Valley’s home-grown barley and the Valley’s independent craft brewers. Thanks to Farmstrong Brewing, who donated its time and tank space, this limited-edition keg, and can release was going to be available throughout Skagit Valley for Skagit Beer Week and at Skagit Farm to Pint FEST.  Now, Skagit Valley Spring Lager is available at your local grocery store.  If you don’t see it, please ask them to carry it!  You can also pick it up at Farmstrong Brewing, Anacortes Brewery, Chuckanut Brewery, Garden Path Fermentation, and Northsound Brewing.

You will not only be helping out your local breweries, but you will also be helping out the YMCA Teen Oasis who will receive a portion of the profits.

Skagit Valley Spring Lager

2: Buy straight from the taproom and opt for curbside pick-up or delivery.

See the list below of our local breweries along with details on how to purchase direct.

3:  Buy a ticket to Skagit Farm to Pint FEST or hold onto your ticket if you already purchased tickets.

We are postponing Skagit Farm to Pint FEST to April 3, 2021.  Purchase HERE.

Skagit Farm to Pint Brewery Offerings

Anacortes Brewery is offering food to go with curbside delivery right in front of the Rockfish Grill.  “We also have beer to go in 16 oz cans and 32/64 oz growlers and gifts cards,” says Rick Star, co-owner of Anacortes Brewery and Rockfish Grill.  Rockfish Grill is now offering wine bottles at 50% off, cocktails to go, and liter liquor bottles at grocery store prices.

Birdsview Brewing Co. is open 12-7, Tuesday-Sunday for take-out.  Order online for no contact patio pickup. They are offering growlers and crowlers.

Chuckanut Brewery is asking for people to email them or call with gift card requests.  They will snail mail the card to whoever you wish.   New hours: Wed-Thurs 3-6 pm and Fri-Sat 1-6 pm. You can call 360-752-3377 option 2 to make and pay for your order, then they will have it ready for curbside pick up when they arrive.  “Right now we have Kolsch, New World Ale and soon to have Pilsner in bottles as well as prefilled growlers of beers on draft in the Tap Room”, says co-owner Mari Kemp.  “We are hoping to bottle our Skagit College Brew Program 2 Amigos Dark Mexican Style Lager later this month! It’s made with Skagit Malt, and we had planned to serve it at Skagit Farm to Pint Fest and during Skagit Beer Week,” adds Mari.

District Brewing offers mobile ordering and front door pickup for their pizza, appetizers, salads and pasta.  Order by calling 360-873-6714.

Farmstrong Brewing and Ragged & Right Cider Project is open Tuesday-Friday from 3-7 and Saturday 12-5 for to-go purchases including;  packaged cans, draft crowlers, growlers, and kegs. Farmstrong can fill your crowler cans with both beer and cider!

Garden Path Fermentation is offering curbside pickup, as well as local delivery, and periodic regional delivery to Bellingham, Seattle, and points in between.  They are also licensed to ship products statewide, which they will start doing soon, in conjunction with their new online store, which they hope to have online in the next few weeks.  Details of the current offerings can be found at

Northsound Brewing is open for beer to go. They are filling growlers and have cans and kegs available to go. They will also deliver curbside to your car in the parking lot. Just call ahead 360-982-2057 and they will have it ready. Our new temp. hours are 2-6 pm M-TH, 1-6 pm Fri., Noon to 6 pm Sat./Sun.

Terramar Brewing encourages you to pick-up food while you are also stocking on on beer.  “We offer online ordering for gift cards and our entire menu for pickup.  You can also get Crowlers (a Crowler is a giant, 32 oz. can) to-go of any of our house-made beer, cider, and sodas,” says Chris Barker, co-owner of Terramar Brewing and Distilling. Chris adds, “The entire Terramar staff thanks you for your support during these challenging times. We look forward to seeing your smiling faces soon, even if it is through your car window. We will have dog biscuits at the ready in case your pup comes along for the ride!”  Curbside take-out & delivery hours: Wed-Mon 11:30 – 7pm.

192 Brewing in Mount Vernon is offering curbside pickup for food to go along with growlers of beer and cider.  “Simply call in your order, and we can assist with car delivery when you arrive,” says Derek Wyck, owner of 192 Brewing. Hours: Friday 3-7 and Saturday 1-6.

Bastion Brewing Co. is offering to-go/take out orders fro both beer and food.  Gift cards are also available.  “We will be offering deals on 4 and 6 pack cans to go,” says Kelly Solomon, GM of Bastion Brewing Co.

SVC Cardinal Craft Brewing closed until further notice.

Skagit River Brewery closed until further notice.

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