The word eclectic can mean several things these days, but when it refers to the Brew on the Slough in La Conner Washington, it takes on new meaning. Perhaps what makes this beer festival so unique and special is simply the fact that is takes place in beautiful and inviting La Conner Washington. The region is quaint and friendly and is rich in tasty dining options and rustic old-time taverns. With lots of breweries and plenty of walking opportunities, it is really a place like no other.
Mark Your Calendar
The Brew on the Slough features many food vendors and even hosts a silent auction. Best of all, visitors to this fun event can enjoy live music by THE SARDINES. This is the 3rd annual Brew on the Slough and is likely to become a regular long-term local La Conner event because of its popularity. Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 21st because that’s when all the fun begins. The festivities start at 5pm and go until 8pm. Tickets are only $30.00 per person and that includes a tasting glass for the first 200 people who register.
Maple Hall In La Conner
La Conner is famous for beer largely due to the fact that malts produced from grains sourced in the Skagit Valley region have a distinct taste and unique flavor. Beer enthusiasts need look no further than the annual Brew on the Slough in La Conner WA. This year the event is hosted in a new location right on the channel. Visitors should look for Maple Hall in La Conner when arriving for all the fun and excitement. The 3rd annual La Conner Brew on the Slough features 10 breweries and is sure to be a great time for all who visit.
The La Conner area and Skagit Valley in general are known for the incredible natural beauty that is so inherent to the Pacific Northwest. With a genuinely unique climate and rich fertile soil that is considered to be some of the best in the world, the beer experienced here will likely not be experienced anywhere else. With signature cool evenings and the influence of the ocean, you can bet that the beer you taste at the Brew on the Slough will be special and memorable. The winter wheat and barley in Skagit Valley is the reason. We’ll see you at the Brew on the Slough on Oct 21st!