Beer, Wine & Spirits in Lacey

Up to 53% Off Tastings at Scatter Creek Winery

Tenino

$30 $15

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Sample the family-run winery’s reds, whites, and dessert wines, such as their award-winning dry gewurztraminer with hints of elderberry

Up to 51% Off from Chehalis Valley Wine Tour

Multiple Locations

$40 $20

Design your own route through wine country, visiting any of seven participating wineries for tastings and tours

58% Off Wine Tasting for Two

Lakeview

$55 $23

Sample small batch wines such as a dark and fruity syrah amber-hued roussane with hints of poached peaches

Up to 64% Off Wine-and-Chocolate Tasting

Hoodsport

$40 $19

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Five samples of rhubarb, loganberry, and grape varietals harmonize with raspberry-wine chocolate truffles amid sweeping mountain views

51% Off Wine Tasting at Agate Creek Cellars

Chehalis

$35 $17

Winery guests sample a range of vintages, all handmade on-site; specialities include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Barbera

50% Off Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six

Hoodsport

$14 $7

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Two, four, or six guests sample selections of award-winning, handcrafted wine made with grapes sourced from Eastern Washington vineyards

Up to $20 Off Bacon and Beer Classic

Seattle

$59 $49

Munch on bacon-inspired dishes from local restaurants, sip 3 oz. pours of craft beer, and enjoy live music and games at Safeco Field

Up to 43% Off a Wine Tasting at In The Red Wine Bar

Phinney Ridge

$30 $17

Red, white, and sparkling wines served in a nostalgia-soaked bar housed in a former furniture store

Up to 50% Off at The Barrel Thief

Seattle

$20 $10

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Visitors discover new wines, whiskeys, and other spirits in a warm, inviting atmosphere, or sample the weekend waffle brunch

51% Off Downtown Seattle Distillery Tour

Seattle Distillery Tour

$79 $39

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The 2.5-hour tour visits at least three local distilleries to explore the distilling process as guests enjoy tastings at each stop

Up to 53% Off Distillery Tour with Tasting

Seattle

$50 $25

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Samples of handcrafted moonshine and vodka—both made entirely with local ingredients—follow a tour of the artisinal distillery

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Six distinct wineries make up the South Sound Wine Trail. At each stop, visitors sample flights of handcrafted wines and meet the winemakers that produce them, using grapes from some of Eastern Washington's best vineyards. The award-winning wineries of the South Sound Wine Trail include, Stottle Winery, Madsen Family Cellars, Northwest Mountain Winery, Medicine Creek Winery, Scatter Creek Winery, and Walter Dacon.

2641 Willamette Drive Northeast
Lacey,
WA
US

Avoid the industrial grapevine by putting winery work into your own grape-mashing hands. No specialized training is necessary to detect the quality and sophistication of Classic Winemakers' hand-inspected and hand-selected elements. Browse a nursery of ingredients in the pre-wine stage before the helpful winery staff ties its hands behind its back while guiding your hands through verbal and foot-signed instruction. In the kitchen, you'll mix a touch of A with a splash of B. Though, as every connoisseur knows, the answer to fine wine is always C, the yeast. Those who have never pitched eukaryotic microorganisms will discover the simplistic joy of bringing their creation some life.

PO Box 8049
Lacey,
WA
US

The glowing red sign that adorns the entrance to Fire Creek Grill and Ale House, which depicts the pub's name surrounded by a raging fire, hints at the warmth inside. The sounds of clinking glasses and shuffling plates echo throughout the welcoming space, where touches such as rough stone walls lend the bar and grill traces of a rustic campground vibe. Outside, patrons can sit on a new patio complete with a gas fire pit for comfortable, cool-day lounging. The food, however, is anything but campground fare—cooks prepare a wide range of grill fare, including sizzling tacos and dungeness crab. Fire Creek offers more than just food and drink to entertain its customers, though: special events, such as Saturday-night karaoke andWednesday-night Texas Hold Em keep fun levels high throughout the week. Fire Creek Grill and Ale House also serves a weekend breakfast menu.

5225 Yelm Hwy SE
Lacey,
WA
US

Madsen Family Cellars has humble roots—the founders started out fermenting their wines 5-gallon carboys in their garage. In 2005, though, the duo decided to pursue a more traditional path, and the winery was born. Nowadays, their garage-free process starts with grapes from Eastern Washington vineyards, carefully selected based on their flavor, color, and how well they play Pluto in a solar system diorama. The team uses these carefully-curated grapes to create 16 award-winning vintages, ranging from a lightly-oaked Chardonnay to Rhapsody, a white and raspberry wine blend. In the winery's tasting room, visitors can sample up to eight styles at a time; bottles are also available via mail order.

1916 Allegro Dr SE
Olympia,
WA
US

Though it’s the state capital of Washington, Olympia can sometimes feel like a sleepy small town—especially when the state legislature isn’t in session. One feature that stands out amid the low-rise downtown buildings is the impressive capitol building. Its 287-foot-high masonry dome is the fourth-largest in the world, coming in behind St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, St. Paul's Cathedral in London, and the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, DC. After a tour of Olympia’s capitol campus, you can explore the city’s vibrant farmers’ market or have a quiet, dockside meal on Puget Sound.Mount Rainier, located 55 miles away, is a popular destination for day trips. Only experienced climbers attempt to scale its peak, which reaches higher than 14,000 feet. But you can hike a section of the 93-mile Wonderland Trail that circumnavigates the park, passing through lowland forests and subalpine meadows filled with wildflowers. It’s a great way to take in the scenery and catch up on the latest bald-eagle gossip.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

1431 11th Ave SE
Olympia,
WA
US

Heralded in Washington Magazine, Trillium Creek Winery coaxes decadent Dionysian drinks out of homegrown and East Washington grapes. Low-sulfite bottles of syrah ($20) and merlot ($20) begin life as fresh purple bunches, smash their awkward teen years in the wine press, and then mature in the 1,500-square-foot cellar on site. Guests can take complimentary sniffs, sips, and swishes of these two reds and others while stationed near the stone counter of the charming Alsatian tasting room. In what started as a hobby, friendly husband-wife owners Claude and Claudia Gahard have fused their disparate palates to furnish glasses and tongues with many flavors and blends.

17812 18th Street Kp N
Lakebay,
WA
US