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Sockeye Brewing Beer Carnival
|BOOZE AND FUN AT SOCKEYE BREWING’S BEER CARNIVAL|
April 18, 2017
On Saturday, April 22nd, from 12pm to 4pm you can enjoy a cold brew and try your luck at fun games at Sockeye Brewing’s Beer Carnival.
Drinks will be available at happy hour pricing for the entire event. That’s $3 for a pint!
Sockeye Brewing’s Beer Carnival is being held at Sockeye’s Fairview location at 12542 W. Fairview Avenue.
Sip a delicious cold one while making your way through the various game available at the event.
Each game costs at least one ticket. Get two tickets every time you buy a tasty beer, or purchase extra tickets at the cost of 3 tickets for $1.
You can have two tries to Dunk a Brewer for the price of one ticket, or push your luck at the Beer Walk to see if you land on the correct square when the music ends.
Need more games? Try your hand at tossing a ring around a bottle of Sockeye at the Bottle Toss. Show off your skills at Fishin’ for Beer to see if you can hook a prize. There are plenty of ways to win prizes
The kids will be entertained and sporting fun face painting… for free!
If you don’t get enough suds at Sockeye Brewing’s Beer Carnival, don’t worry. You can head over to
Sockeye Brewing hosts numerous events throughout the year. If you can’t make it to the Beer Carnival, check out the brewery’s event page to see if there’s an upcoming event that piques your interest. Don’t forget you can also grab a bite to eat at either of Sockeye’s brewery locations! See the menu here.
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