Tickets On Sale!
For Immediate Release
Tickets Go On Sale February 23 For Hop Scotch Spring Beer & Scotch Festival
Tailor-make your tasting experience at Seattle’s ultimate pop-up bar!
(Seattle, WA.) January 28, 2015 – Tickets go on sale February 23 for Hop Scotch Spring Beer & Scotch Festival, Seattle’s premier beer, Scotch, wine, and sprit tasting experience. On April 3 & 4, indoors at Fremont Studios, Hop Scotch hosts the ultimate pop-up bar complete with tailor made tasting experiences certain to delight every guests’ palate.
Beginning with admission, guests have complete control over their tasting experience. Each of the four admissions – Hops Admission, Hops & Spirits Admission, and Non-Tasting Admission – gives the guest the chance to craft the tasting experience unique to their palate.
Hops Admission: ($30 Feb. 23 – April 2, $40 April 3-4) includes 7 beer/wine tasting tokens and a 5 oz. commemorative tasting glass
Hops & Spirits Admission:($35 Feb. 23 – April 2, $45 April 3-4) includes 7 beer/wine tasting tokens, 1 self-guided spirit flight, and a 5 oz. commemorative tasting glass
Non-Tasting Admission:($20) includes 4 non-alcoholic tasting tickets
For those eager to expand their Scotch knowledge, Hop Scotch offers the opportunity to interact with a certified Master of Scotch in the Scotch 101 Workshops. For one hour, guests will nose and taste 10 different types of Scotch and Whiskies under the direction of an expert, all the while being given ample opportunity to have all of their Scotch questions answered. The price of the workshop is $45 in advance and $50 dollars at the door.
Admission to both the festival and the Scotch workshop can be purchased in advance online at http://www.hopscotchtasting.com. Both are expected to sell out, so purchase your tickets as far in advance as possible.
Hop Scotch Spring Beer & Scotch Festival is a benefit for the Fremont Chamber of Commerce’s community grant programs. Funds raised support programs such as The Fremont Fair and solstice Parade, BF Day School, and Literacy Source, all which seek to preserve Fremont’s Delibertas Quirkas (“Freedom to be Peculiar”) nature.