Best of the Cascades Tasting Tour

Each Cascadia Grains Conference ends with dinner and our Best of the Cascades Tasting Tour, featuring regional craft brews and spirits that use Cascade grains, ingredients and share the values and spirit of the conference. At each conference, participants loved having this informal networking time and a chance to sample some of the best of Cascadia.

Want to sign up as a brewery or distillery? Email by
January 1st, 2018 to participate.

2017 Tasting Tour Participants


Copperworks Distilling Company, Seattle, WA: All our spirits are distilled from premium malted barley, primarily grown in Washington State. We currently offer gin and vodka and our all-malt whiskey is aging in charred, new American Oak barrels.

DRY Soda, Seattle, WA: SODA That’s Less Sweet. 04 Ingredients. ALL Natural.

Fish Brewing, Olympia, WA. Hand-crafting ales of Northwest proportions since 1993.

Fremont Brewing Company
Seattle, WA: A small, family-owned microbrewery that sources barley from Washington State, hops from a 4th generation hop-growing family in the Yakima Valley and water from the Cedar River Watershed in the Cascade Mountains.

Ghostfish Brewing Company, Seattle, WA: Traditional brewing with non-traditional ingredients to make excellent gluten-free beer.

Top Rung Brewing, Lacey, WA: 10 barrel production brewery with tasting room at the brewery. We are located in Lacey, WA.  Top Rung Brewing is a destination for craft beer drinkers to enjoy their beverage and view a production brewery facility.

Westland Distillery, Seattle, WA: Single Malt Whiskey distilled in the Scottish style, matured in the American tradition.

OSU Barley Project barley piles malting pic

Interested in participating? Space is still open for the 2018 conference!

Breweries and distilleries that are interested in reserving a spot in the Best of the Cascades Tasting Tour, please fill out the form below.

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