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Auburn's Hops & Crops Brew Festival Saturday, Sept. 14 at Mary Olson Farm

hopscropslogo_1314Enjoy cool tunes and cold brews at the White River Valley Museum's 4th annual Hops & Crops Brew Fest featuring a sampling from regional craft breweries, a live music stage, craft artisans, food vendors, kid zone, hops exhibit, farmer’s market and much more.

The festival benefits the continued restoration of and educational programming at the Mary Olson Farm, located at 28728 Green River Road SE, Auburn. Hops & Crops Brew Festival is a White River Valley Museum/Mary Olson Farm program and proudly supported by Auburn Chevrolet and Reber Ranch.

The 2013 Brewery line up is:

  • Airways Brewing
  • Brickyard Brewing
  • Georgetown Brewing Co.
  • Harmon Brewing
  • Hilliard’s Beer
  • Ironhorse Brewing
  • Lazy Boy Brewing
  • Northwest Brewing
  • Silver City Brewing
  • Snoqualmie Falls Brewing

Featured performers include The Maldives and My Goodness. Seattle’s alt-country institution, The Maldives, will feel right at home at the Farm with their mix of illustrious storytelling and classic guitar driven rock. Seattle duo My Goodness are going to rock the hops off the vine with their edgy yet soulful brand of garage rock. Mainstage is proudly sponsored by the City of Auburn 2013-14 BRAVO Performing Arts Season. Music schedule is as follows:

  • 1:00 PM: Jessica Lynne
  • 2:00 PM: The Cottonwood Cutups
  • 3:00 PM: My Goodness
  • 4:30 PM: The Maldives

General Admission (no tastes) $7 (Can only be purchased at the event gate). Kids under 13 are FREE with an accompanying adult

Sampler Admission $15 online pre-sale/$20 at the gate (21+ only, includes taster cup and 5 taster tokens. Additional taster tokens are $1 for a 4.5 oz. pour.)

Hops & Crops is a rain or shine event. All Purchases are Final and Non-negotiable. NO refunds will be issued. For more infromation or to buy tickets, visit the White River Valley Museum website or call 253-288-7433.