Drinking beer can be a good way to bond with friends or make a keg lighter so you can ride it down a river. Sips ahoy with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for a beer package for one, with five 5-ounce pours and one souvenir beer mug ($20 value)
- $23 for a beer package for two, with five 5-ounce pours and one souvenir beer mug each ($40 value)
Groupon Bite of Seattle is held 11 a.m.–9 p.m. on Friday, July 18, and Saturday, July 19, and 11 a.m.–8 p.m. on Sunday, July 20. The beer tasting area does not open until 3 p.m. on Friday. Admission to Bite of Seattle is free.
The festival corrals cuisine and craft beers from some of the Emerald City’s most lauded restaurants and breweries for a three-day food and drink extravaganza. Visitors can head directly to the Craft Beer Tasting for libations from local breweries including Schooner Exact Brewing, Silver City Brewery, and Fremont Brewing. They can also explore the rest of the festival, boogying to live music, sampling fare from over 60 participating restaurants, and viewing live cooking demonstrations at The Bite Cooks!
Big cities have a wealth of entertainment, but the options can be overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. Luckily, the founders of Festivals Inc. have established several events that gather the Seattle region’s diverse food, drink, and music all in one place. Their flagship shindig, Groupon Bite of Seattle, attracts over 400,000 people with healthy appetites to try cuisine from more than 60 eateries alongside craft beers and live bands. During the fall, Oktoberfest Northwest celebrates the German beer festival, while the Taste of Tacoma rings in the last weekend of June with culinary offerings from its titular city.
93% of 102 customers recommend
“Get there early and take advantage of the tastings”
“The beer tasting groupon was really nice. I don't think I'd go for the food that much though. Music was pretty cool. ”
“Get there early. And The Ally deal was totally worth it! The cause was inspiring and the food was great for the $10 pricetag!”