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All Tapped out

We’re sorry to say, the time has come: This is our final post in the On Tap blog.

For almost four years, we’ve tried to keep you connected to the Inland Northwest craft beer scene, from all the breweries, beers and events to the individuals who make them happen to the trends they collectively create.

We’d like to think we did a pretty decent job of that. But despite our best efforts, the blog simply hasn’t attracted enough readers or advertisers to become financially viable in its current form.

Don’t worry, we’re not going away. We’ll still bring you the latest news from the local brewing community in our twice-monthly On Tap newspaper column in The Spokesman-Review’s Food section on Wednesdays. (And we'll continue to tweet things we find interesting.)

We’re forever grateful to those who did share the journey with us, from readers to brewers and bar owners to the Spokane7 crew. To all of you, drink smart, drink safe, and drink well.

Oh, and local. Be sure to drink local, too.

Your weekend planner

A look at the weekend in local craft beer:


Pints Alehouse showcases several sours by Portland's acclaimed Cascade Brewing through Saturday, including Kentucky Peach, cherry/apricot Manhattan, Blackcap Raspberry, Figaro, cherry Sang Royal, grape Vitas Noble and Apricot; all are available as samplers or full pours. 

– River City switches from its previous "garage parties" to a shortened "happy hour" from 4 to 7 for this month's First Friday, with $3 pints including a firkin of Experience Pale on Mandarina Bavaria and Ekuanot hops.

– Beers from Iron Goat, Post Falls Brewing and Twelve String will be featured for $3 per pint during the Summer Kickoff Party from 5 to 8 at The Local Deli in Hayden, along with live music.

– Green Bluff's 238 Brewing reopens for the season, Fridays and Saturdays from noon to 6.

– Little Spokane's Cucumber Cream Ale is back on tap at The Steel Barrel.


– Hopped Up's sixth annual car show runs from 1 to 5, with food from Big Rod's Texas BBQ.

– A craft beer festival at Fairchild Air Force Base's Miller Park from 2 to 6 will include offerings from Bellwether, Big Barn, Black Label, Iron Goat, Orlison, Paradise Creek, Selkirk Abbey, Twelve String, V Twin, Waddell's and Young Buck, along with local ciders and kombucha. Admission is $10, which includes a souvenir glass and four 6-ounce samples (extras $2 each); there also will be food trucks and games for kids.  

The Viking will serve $4 pints of Lost Coast's tangerine, strawberry and watermelon wheat beers, Great White and Indica IPA for its luau starting at 3, along with island-style food, games and coconut rum drink specials.

Your midweek roundup

Catching up with more local craft beer news:

• Today is the final day to get discount tickets to this year's Washington Brewers Festival, June 15-17 at Marymoor Park in Redmond. Tickets are available online for $25, with the price increasing to $30 starting tomorrow.  

Eight Spokane-area breweries are among the 100 invited from across the state to pour at this year's festival. Returning will be Iron Goat, No-Li, River City, Waddell's and Young Buck, joined by newcomers Bellwether, Big Barn and The Hidden Mother.

As reported by the Washington Beer Blog, because of issues with last year's event, the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board is limiting attendees to 11 total beer tokens on Saturday and Sunday, when all ages are admitted; the limit does not apply to Friday's opening 21-and-older session.

• Priest Lake Brewing has opened in the former Yamaha shop behind the Little Store, 28392 Highway 57 in Priest River. Beers are available to go in 64-ounce growlers and 32-ounce cans; initial offerings include Priestone light lager, Dirty Girl amber, Buck Naked IPA and Yak Scat stout. Hours are Friday through Sunday, 3 to 7 p.m.

• The Grain Shed has received its liquor license and expects to announce an opening date soon. The project at 1026 E. Newark in the South Perry neighborhood will include the Culture Breads bakery along with an in-house brewery, both using locally grown heritage grains.

• Selkirk Abbey's Chapel witbier has been named the best summertime beer in Idaho in a state-by-state ranking by Popular Mechanics. Bale Breaker' Field 41 pale took Washington honors.

From IBU to EWU

UPDATE FRIDAY 6/1: The price has been reduced to $195 ($175 for EWU alumni).  

If you're interested in brewing beer, serving beer or just learning more about your favorite beverage, Eastern Washington University has a class for you.

The school's Professional and Continuing Education Program is offering a Craft Beer Appreciation Course on June 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Mountain Lakes Brewing in downtown Spokane.

It will cover everything from beer history and styles to the brewing process and ingredients to beer service and proper glassware, and is intended to help prepare participants for the Certified Beer Server exam through the national Cicerone Certification Program.

The course will be led by EWU senior lecturer Chris Cindric, a homebrewer and craft beer enthusiast, and professor Tim Hilton, co-owner of Mountain Lakes.

The cost is $295 ($250 for EWU alumni), which includes beer tastings, lunch and a commemorative glass, certificate and certification pin. 

You must be 21 or older to attend. For more information, call (509) 359-6060 or email ce@ewu.edu.

Your weekend roundup

A look at your local craft beer options over the holiday weekend:

Badass Backyard has begun selling its beers to go in custom-filled 12- and 16-ounce cans. (It's similar to the process several breweries and growler shops use to fill 32-ounce Crowlers; Mad Bomber recently introduced a 19.2-ounce version.) And after the holiday, new summer hours go into effect: Monday through Saturday from noon to 9, and Sunday until 7.

– Get $1 off pints and $2 off growler fills at Community Pint on Sunday. 

English Setter is taking 20 percent off growler fills through Sunday.

Selkirk Abbey is offering discounts on growler fills and bottles of several styles through Sunday.

– Veterans get $2 off growler fills at Trickster's.

Mad Bomber will pour $4 pints Monday for Memorial Day.

Ordering a third round

Tickets go on sale today at noon for a new-look Spokane Brewers Festival, Aug. 4 at the Spokane Arena.

In its third year, as well as being trimmed from two days to one, the event is moving inside the air-conditioned comfort of the Arena instead of the parking lot where it was previously held.

General admission tickets are $25 in advance at the Arena box office and through TicketsWest, or $30 at the door. That includes a tasting mug and tokens for 13 two-ounce samples (extra tokens will be $1 each).

Or for $50, a VIP ticket gets you unlimited tokens and access to beers brewed specially for the festival. Ticket sales are limited to 3,000 people; proceeds benefit the Wishing Star Foundation.

Taps will pour from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is limited to ages 21 and older, with free entry for designated drivers.

Last year's event featured 40 breweries and cideries. The lineup for this year has not yet been announced. There also will be food vendors and live music throughout the day.

No-Li shows its team spirit

No-Li launches its latest charitable effort Thursday: raising money to buy new jerseys for the Rogers High School football team.

The brewery will sell 600 custom-designed "We Are Spokane" T-shirts at its pub for $20 each, with all $12,000 in proceeds going toward the cause.

Rogers, which serves a lower-income area, has made impressive progress over the past decade, with its graduation rate rising from around 50 percent to more than 80 percent. Three out of every four of those graduates have gone on to continue their education over the past two years. 

The football team has played a key part in the culture change, as The Spokesman-Review explored in a series of stories five years ago.

"This neighborhood has worked very hard to excel and grow, and to help them is to showcase their successes and pride," No-Li employee Ed Tomlinson, a Rogers alum, is quoted as saying in a brewery press release. "We're really excited to be a part of this."

Through its Community Development program, No-Li has previously assisted such organizations as the Washington State Fallen Heroes Project, Teen Closet, Salish School, St. Margaret's Shelter and many more.  

Spokane Craft Beer Week: The Weekend

For those still standing, Spokane Craft Beer Week wraps up this weekend with a full slate of events:


Steady Flow Growler House welcomes The Hidden Mother for a tap takeover from 4 to 7 featuring a pine-infused Pink Peppercorn Saison (served through a pine trough), Morel Mushroom Red, SMaSH IPA (Maris Otter/Centennial) and Euro Pale.

Orlison is serving several rotating small-batch specialties at its downtown taproom including a Woo Juice tropical golden glitter beer, What The Fuzz peach berry sour, My Mom's Smokin' Scotch (a medal winner in this year's Best of Craft Beer Awards), Burn Ban peated amber and an imperial version of the Spolunker black IPA.     

– Perry Street's New England IPA, Juicy Double IPA and Hazy Pale (both straight and conditioned on guavas) will pour for a Keep it Hazy Patio Party starting at 4 at Republic Pi.

Badass Backyard taps a bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout and has raffle drawings from 4 to 7 for tickets earned during the week, with the grand prize of a limo ride for eight people to local breweries and the Badass satellite taproom in Coeur d'Alene.

Hopped Up brings back its popular Bananas Foster Imperial Stout, with Pizza Rita pizza by the slice.

V Twin releases a small-batch Kick Start Kolsch.

Twelve String is taking $1 off pints and growler fills of Loco Loco hazy IPA, Mambo Mambo, its saison collaboration with Badass, Jam Session IPA and Passionfruit Gose.

– The Who's a Good Boy Amber is back on tap at English Setter; get $1 off your first beer if you bring in a dump receipt today or tomorrow.

Black Label has all-day happy hour with $1 off pints.

Millwood Brewing offers specials through customer donations for those who live in and around the city of Millwood, with the Hungry Hound barbecue truck on hand.

– An Iron Goat tap takeover runs from 6 to 9 at the Logan Tavern with $4 pints.

JJ's Tap and Smokehouse continues its Craft Beer Weekend tent party from 5 to 11, with live music plus drink and food specials; tent admission is $3, a portion of which benefits SCRAPS.

– Beers from No-Li and Iron Goat will pour for the Greater Spokane Food Truck Association's fourth annual Grubbin' festival from noon to 5 at Mac Daddy's. Cost is $25 to sample wares from all 18 trucks.  

– The Lantern Tap House hosts its second annual cornhole tournament to benefit the Global Neighborhood refugee assistance program beginning at noon, with a Lagunitas beer garden.


– Big Barn has live music on the lawn by Matt Mitchell from 2 to 5, with a barbecue food truck from noon to 6.

– A Perry Street tap takeover runs from 5 to 10 at The Flying Goat with the Pilsner, Hazy Pale (regular and conditioned on guavas) and sour red aged on cherries.

Badass Backyard brings back its Whitewater IPA, along with its weekly yoga session at 12:30 p.m.

Bellwether will have beer releases and specials all day.

Black Label offers $10 growler fills.

– Get $4 pints and 20 percent off growler fills from Genus Brewing at Nu Home Brew.

– Get a raffle ticket with every pint purchase at V Twin from 1 to 6.

Your weekend planner

A look at the weekend in local craft beer:


– Daft Badger debuts an imperial stout collaboration with Bombastic, which will release 22-ounce bottles later.


Bombastic will pour its stout collaboration with Daft Badger, Puddle Pale and Sleuth Porter for the Armed Forces Day Musicfest in Spirit Lake, along with beers by Mad Bomber and Radio Brewing, spirits from the Mill Town and Up North distilleries and North Idaho Cider. 

North Idaho Mountain Brew in Wallace celebrates the 100th batch of its Loft Honey pale, with drink and food specials; a portion of proceeds supports the American Beekeeping Federation.

Spokane Craft Beer Week: Friday

A favorite Seattle brewery comes back to town today to help celebrate Spokane Craft Beer Week:

Perry Street again takes on Fremont in its second annual Friday Firk-Off. Each brewery will tap two specialty firkins starting at 5 (available as pints or flights), with the customer who blows each cask receiving brewery swag. Also look for a surprise small-batch offering from Fremont.  

Badass Backyard taps its own firkin at noon with $4 pints all day.

The Steel Barrel's three house breweries are pouring special releases: Young Buck's barrel-aged From the Woods Batch 1 rhubarb sour, Little Spokane's barrel-aged Cuddle Puddle strong ale and a collaboration Belgian golden strong between those breweries and TT's Old Iron.

Whistle Punk has tapped a new IPA dubbed Yanny (hopped with Loral, of course).

– Bellwether showcases its Prose collaboration with Mountain Lakes – the latter's peach hefeweizen blended with Bellwether's rosemary abbey ale – for Bangers & Brews from 5 to 8 (also look for it in the Mountain Lakes taproom starting today). Spokane Community College's Inland Northwest Culinary Academy will serve sausages made with locally grown pork, on spent grain pretzel buns from Alpine Bakery, for $8 with proceeds benefiting the Inland NW Food Network.  

– A Waddell's tap takeover at the Newport Highway Growler Guys from 5 to 8 will feature the new Basic Batch vanilla coffee cream ale.

Hopped Up releases a Wild Red sour cherry ale to accompany a bonfire on the patio. 

Black Label taps a whiskey oak-aged S.M.O.G. imperial stout.

Bennidito's Brewpub is pouring a Dry Fly whiskey barrel-aged version of its Old Bill's stout.

– Get $4 pints and $10/$12 growlers for happy hour at V Twin from 3 to 6.

Millwood Brewing offers specials through customer donations for active and former military members, with the Hungry Hound barbecue truck on hand.

Buzzsaw McThunder's '70s Dance Party, named after Iron Goat's recent hazy IPA release (and assistant brewer Adam Boyd's former film persona), starts at 7 in the taproom complete with disco ball, DJ music and a prize for best period costume. 

– It's also '70s Night at Big Barn, with the tunes grooving from 6 to 8. 

– The 3 Ninjas food truck comes to Twelve String for beer and food pairings including a special dish or two.

– Get four specialty sliders paired with River City beers for $18 at both Onion Bar & Grill locations. 

– An Iron Goat tap takeover runs from 3 to 6 p.m. at The Observatory.

JJ's Tap and Smokehouse kicks off its Craft Beer Weekend tent party from 5 to 11, with live music plus drink and food specials; tent admission is $3, a portion of which benefits SCRAPS.  

Spokane Craft Beer Week: Thursday

The focus turns to the Spokane Valley and to homebrewers for the fourth day of Spokane Craft Beer Week:

Twelve String hosts a Valley Brewery Day with guest kegs from neighboring breweries, and the brewers on hand from 4 to 8 to talk about them. Look for the Daring Diva raspberry wheat from Badass Backyard; English Setter's Scotch ale, The Yard; a Brett-based amber by Genus (at the Nu Home Brew supply store); Hopped Up's pineapple/coconut Wicked Wahini cream ale; Millwood Brewing's Frog Skin Porter, and V Twin's Hella Jalapeno. Food will be available from the Mac Daddy's truck.    

– Bellwether's third annual Brewers' Showdown homebrew competition features five summer-themed beers from two-brewer teams, each using locally produced LINC Malt as the base malt. Customers can order flights and vote for their favorite through Saturday; the winner will have a large-scale batch of their recipe brewed on Bellwether's system for later release.

Millwood Brewing welcomes Bellwether brewer Thomas Croskrey for the release of their oyster stout collaboration and offers specials through customer donations for teachers and coaches, with the Hungry Hound barbecue truck on hand.

Badass Backyard releases an English-style Best Bitter. The homebrew contest previously announced there today has been postponed until June.

Hopped Up taps a Coffee Blaster pale, with Pizza Rita pizza by the slice.

– Roll doubles on the dice and get your first pint for $4 at V Twin.

– The Good Brews podcast (hosted by Iron Goat brewer Adam Boyd) releases a dry-hopped sour saison for its third anniversary party at Community Pint starting at 6, along with a prize raffle. Also look for the beer at the Iron Goat taproom, which has its weekly trivia night at 6:30.

Perry Street celebrates the pilsner style with its Night of the Living Pils from 5 to 9, featuring $3 pints and 12-ounce pours for $2.

Mountain Lakes releases a Pompatus Peach Hefeweizen and launches a raffle for stainless growlers and other prizes (drawing at the end of business Saturday).

Bennidito's Brewpub is pouring a Dry Fly whiskey barrel-aged version of its Old Bill's stout.

Black Label features its recent Malt-O Trio doppelbock/barleywine/imperial stout collaboration blend with River City along with a game night.

The Viking hosts a Mario Kart video game tournament from 6 to 9 with teams representing Icicle, Orlison, Paradise Creek and Waddell's, each of which will bring two beers to pour; get $1 off all craft pints.

– A Lagunitas Beer Experience at The Lantern Tap House beginning at 5:30 will include Aunt Sally dry-hopped sour, the A Little Sumpin' Sumpin', lighter Sumpin' Easy and CitruSinensis pales, The Waldos' imperial IPA and Fudge and Sickle imperial stout; get four tasters and a pint of your favorite for $8. 

– The South Hill Mackenzie River Pizza has an Iron Goat pint night from 6 to 8; get a free glass with a purchase. 

– No-Li will feature its Born & Raised and Big Juicy IPAs for a Beer & Wings night at Birdy's Sports Bar beginning at 5. 

– Get four specialty sliders paired with River City beers for $18 at both Onion Bar & Grill locations through Friday, with the River City crew on hand at the downtown Onion today from 5 to 8.  

Spokane Craft Beer Week: Wednesday

Move over, hops – locally produced malt is in the spotlight for a busy third day of Spokane Craft Beer Week:  

– Newly rebranded LINC Malt (formerly Palouse Pint) hosts a tap takeover at Cochinito Taqueria from 5 to 9 featuring a half-dozen brews made with locally grown barley, wheat and triticale.

Those include Bellwether’s Mexican-style amber Cochinito Lager, brewed with lime juice and zest as the house beer for the downtown restaurant; Badass Backyard’s Marzen; Black Label’s Palouse ESB; a Summer Wheat from Genus Brewing (at Nu Home Brew & Bottles in Spokane Valley); the Steam Plant’s Boiler 5 red IPA; and Whistle Punk’s Baronesse Pilsner, named after LINC Malt’s main barley variety grown at Joseph’s Grainery in Colfax.

They’ll be accompanied by a pairing menu matching each beer with a different type of taco, along with free appetizers using produce from LINC farms. LINC maltster Joel Williamson and Joseph’s farmer Bill Myers will be on hand.

 Some 11 offerings will pour for IPA Day at Twelve String, with $1 off pints and growler fills.

Badass Backyard releases its LINC Malt Marzen, with bingo at 6.

Hopped Up taps a Bloody Mary Pickled Jalapeno Ale. 

– Bellwether releases an oyster stout collaboration with Millwood Brewing dubbed Bring Your Wellies, with Millwood brewer Jordan Conley on hand. 

Big Barn is pouring a whiskey barrel-aged Rye-teous Rye IPA version of its regular Dirt Road Rye.

– Get your first two pints for $4 at V Twin, with growler fills for $10/$12.

Millwood Brewing offers specials through customer donations for employees of charitable organizations, with the Hungry Hound barbecue truck on hand

Perry Street Brewing has special beer, cheese and charcuterie pairings.

– Cheney's Barrelhouse Pub and Pizza presents a River City night from 5 to 7 with Kung Fu Death Monkey imperial IPA and VB Stout on tap, and head brewer Todd Grove on hand.

Iron Goat's Run Club embarks on a pub crawl from 5 to 7, with $1 off pints at Whistle Punk and Black Label.

Black Label has trivia night from 6 to 8.. 

– The North Spokane Onion Bar & Grill hosts a four-course Iron Goat beer dinner from 6 to 9; call (509) 482-6100 for details.   

– Get four specialty sliders paired with River City beers for $18 at both Onion Bar & Grill locations through Friday.  

Spokane Craft Beer Week: Tuesday

Collaboration beers by teams of area brewers, always a highlight of Spokane Craft Beer Week, take center stage on today's schedule at a new location: 

– In a last-minute switch due to unforeseen circumstances, this year's CollabFest has been moved to Iron Goat (not the previously announced Bellwether) from 4 to 8 p.m. Admission is $10, which includes a commemorative glass and four drink tickets. Additional tickets are $2 each or three for $5. 

There should be no shortage of sours, including a tangerine/soursop rendition from Iron Goat and Chewelah's Quartzite, the OMG orange/mango/guava version from River City and Waddell's, and a dry-hopped, blended barrel-aged sour from No-Li and Genus. Also look for the No ReSt saison from Northern Ales, Republic Brewing and the Steam Plant; a strawberry hefeweizen from Orlison and Whistle Punk; a mimosa-style Et tu, Brute? IPA from Four-Eyed Guys and Waddell's; and the Bring Your Wellies oyster stout by Bellwether and Millwood Brewing, among others.

Bring donations of new or like-new clothing for children, infants to teen, to get raffle tickets toward brewery merchandise. 

Twelve String has a vertical tasting of its last four barrel-aged anniversary beers – Volume 3 imperial red, Volume 4 barleywine, Volume 5 imperial tart porter and Volume 6 tequila stout – with the Mac Daddy's food truck on hand. 

Badass Backyard releases a Burton Kolsch to accompany trivia at 6. And advance registration is required for a training seminar on identifying common off-flavors in beer on Wednesday beginning at noon; tickets are $25 plus fees.

Black Label is pouring a Collaboration Pale with Perry Street and a ShanBuchy collab with Damn!Bucha kombucha, and has a do-it-yourself wall-mounted bottle opener workshop from 5:30 to 8:30.

V Twin, typically closed on Tuesdays, is open from 3 to 7 with your first pint for $3.

Iron Goat is taking $2 off its prefilled 32-ounce crowler cans.

Millwood Brewing offers specials through customer donations for emergency first responders, with the Hungry Hound barbecue truck on hand. 

Perry Street is offering two tacos for $5 all day plus happy hour drink pricing from 2 to 5.     

– Get four specialty sliders paired with River City beers for $18 at both Onion Bar & Grill locations through Friday.

Spokane Craft Beer Week: Monday

That vague tickling in your liver must mean it's time for another Spokane Craft Beer Week.

The fun starts today and continues through Sunday, with dozens of events across the area. Find an overview at the link above, and keep coming here for complete details about each day's activities.

– Things again get rolling with our On Tap kickoff party from 5 to 8 p.m. at Perry Street Brewing, with yours truly on hand along with the rest of the Spokane 7 crew.

In addition to its own brews, Perry is featuring guest taps from Badass Backyard, Big Barn, No-Li and the Steam Plant. Each pint purchase gets you a raffle ticket toward On Tap and brewery swag, and a dollar from each sale supports the T.E.A.M. Grant parent-teacher group at Grant Elementary School. The kitchen will be dishing tacos (two for $5).

– Across the street, The Lantern Tap House will pour four beers by recent Liberty Lake startup The Hidden Mother beginning at 5. Those include a Pink Peppercorn Saison that was run through a hollowed-out section of Ponderosa pine for resiny flavor during the brewing process, along with a Morel Mushroom Red, Smoked Porter and Centennial SMaSH IPA; get four tasters and a pint of your favorite for $8.    

Twelve String features several variations on its recent French saison collaboration with Badass Backyard, which has been aging in French chardonnay barrels, beginning at 4.

Badass Backyard releases a watermelon wheat beer to accompany a darts tournament starting at 5. And advance registration is required for a training seminar on identifying common off-flavors in beer on Wednesday beginning at noon; tickets are $25 plus fees. 

Waddell's Brewpub taps two new beers for the week – the OMG! Another Sour collaboration with River City (an orange/mango/guava Berliner weisse with rye malt), and a Basic Batch vanilla coffee cream ale collaboration with The Growler Guys – and brings back its habanero-infused Strawberry Wildfire sour.

– The seasonal Blood Orange Pale Ale returns at The Steam Plant.\

– Roll doubles on the dice at V Twin and get your first pint for $4.

Millwood Brewing offers specials through customer donations for those who work in the beer service industry, with the Hungry Hound barbecue truck on hand.

The Park Inn is offering $3 pints of No-Li's Born & Raised and Big Juicy IPAs, Red White & No-Li pale and Spin Cycle Red, with a brewery rep on hand from 5 to 8.

Black Label taps a new Hazy May IPA and has a game night from 6 to 8 featuring Fibbage, Lie Swatter and You Don't Know Jack. 

Iron Goat is serving a five-course beer dinner starting at 7. Cost is $65 per person, and seating is limited; call (509) 474-0722 or email tasha@irongoatbrewing.com for availability. There's also an Iron Goat dinner Wednesday at 6 at the North Spokane Onion Bar & Grill; call (509) 482-6100 for reservations.

– Get four specialty sliders paired with River City beers for $18 at both Onion Bar & Grill locations through Friday.  

– Sign up in advance for a Firestone Walker barrel-aged beer tasting Wednesday at 5:30 at The Lantern Tap House.

Your weekend planner

A look at the weekend in local craft beer:


– Nectar Wine and Beer's third anniversary party beginning at noon will feature special pours from the likes of Holy Mountain, Three Magnets, Urban Family, The Bruery, Fremont and Cascade along with locals including Whistle Punk, Young Buck and Four-Eyed Guys.

Selkirk Abbey is offering growler fill specials for Mother's Day.


– Big Barn celebrates Mother's Day with Art on the Bluff, featuring local artists, the Crate food truck from noon to 6 and live music by Scotia Road from 1 to 4.  

V Twin will pour $3 pints for mothers from 1 to 6. 

Selkirk Abbey is offering pint specials.

– Bring in Mom for a half-price pint at Steady Flow Growler House.


– The Newport Highway Growler Guys is giving away a pint glass and a flower to the first 10 moms who fill growlers.