Port of Skagit & the Skagit Farm to Pint FEST Roadshow

Agriculture is an important industry in the Skagit Valley, and the Port of Skagit is committed to building opportunities to support, sustain and advance the local agricultural industry.
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Skagit Farm to Pint FEST 2021 Live Stream Concert

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The Skagit Farm to Pint FEST 2021 Live Stream is now available for your viewing enjoyment! Experience the roadshow pairings, buy some beer to go, or fill up those growlers and sit back and enjoy the show featuring Dean's Honky Tonk Dream, The Enthusiasts & Ebb, Slack & Flood! 

Tulips, Artists, and Beer: The Best of Skagit

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Gain a behind-the-scenes look at the best Skagit Valley has to offer while exploring one of the most scenic bicycle routes in the Pacific Northwest with Experience International. Visit tulip fields at peak bloom, meet inspiring local artisans, and follow grains of barley from the fields all the way to your pint glass! Between adventures, enjoy gourmet local food and award-winning ales along the Skagit Farm to Pint Ale Trail. With so much to offer, this is a once-a-year tour you will not want to miss!
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New Garden Path Fermentation Beer Release

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Garden Path Fermentation announces the release of their newest beer, The Subtle Blend Cherries, a native yeast ale refermented on multiple varietals of Skagit Valley cherries harvested from the Washington State University research orchards in Mount Vernon, and bottle conditioned with local fireweed honey.

Good Beer, it’s in the Water

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Beer is 95% water, and here in the Skagit Valley, our breweries have been able to thrive thanks to reliable access to good-tasting, clean water. “You may assume water is just water,” said Kevin Tate, community relations manager for Skagit Public Utility District, “but the quality of water used in brewing beer will make a big difference in the final product.”
Garden Path Fermentation Release

New Garden Path Fermentation Beer Release

Garden Path Fermentation announces the release of their newest edition of Ron’s Not Bitter, a native yeast fermentation take on a classic UK-style bitter.

Skagit Farm to Pint FEST ROADSHOW!

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We know Skagit Farm to Pint FEST and Skagit Beer Week is something that we all look forward to every year, but we also know that things look a little bit different this year. For us, community safety and well-being are at the top of our priority list. So, we’ve decided to change things up. Skagit Farm to Pint heart and soul, the craft and the community, will remain unchanged. We present to you the Skagit Farm to Pint FEST Roadshow.

2020: The Year of the Pivot for Skagit Valley Malting

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2020 will be remembered by many as the year of the pivot. As challenges presented themselves, we adapted, pivoted, and overcame. We went into the year with high hopes of smashing our numbers from our 2019 Year-End and ended the year with new ideas and strategies to continue to support our customers, growers, and goals.

Skagit Farm to Pint Ale Trail - Our Breweries are Open!

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Explore Skagit Valley's wide-open spaces from snowshoeing in the North Cascades to kayaking at Bowman Bay and supporting our breweries on the way!  We have touched base with each of our great Skagit Valley breweries to guide you through the Ale Trail.  With vaccines already starting, we are wishing you all good health and cheer as we are in the last stretch.  Be kind, wash your hands often, wear a mask, and drink beer!

Chuckanut Brewery Wins 3 Medals at GABF 2020

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The Great American Beer Festival just announced that Chuckanut Brewery has won 3 medals for their lager beers in 2020. The virtual festival this year had over 8,800 beers entered and awarded 272 medals to 240 breweries across the country for the best beers in 91 categories covering 170 different styles of beers.