what’s happening at Hale’s Barrelhouse in Bremerton!
Tuesdays: $1 Can Night! — Pale Ale, El Jefe, Supergoose, Kolsch and seasonal beers
Wednesdays: $2 Nitros & Cask, $8 Growler fills
Thursdays: Thirsty Thursday beer specials
Tuesday – Friday: Happy Hour: Open till–6pm
Saturday: 3 -10pm
Three pinball machines, corn hole, giant Jenga and many board games!
September 2nd – VegFeast 4 to 9pm
What’s better than amazing food, beer, and coming together in community?
Our 3rd annual VegFeast will be held at Hale’s Barrelhouse in Bremerton, WA on Sunday, September 2nd, 2018 from 4pm – 9pm.
We’ve partnered with Hale’s Ales and Chef Ben White to make this year’s feast a delicious coming together, celebrating plant-based foods and wellness in our community!
Come out and enjoy our beer garden, live music, and fabulous food in a family friendly atmosphere! A select boutique of wellness vendors will be educating and sharing tools for living your best life alongside the festivities!
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september 15th – pub crawl north
The Hale’s double decker bus is heading to North Kitsap for a pub crawl. We will leave Hale’s Barrelhouse at 1pm and make stops at Hood Canal Brewery, Valhöll or Western Red, Sound or Rainy Daze and return to the Barrelhouse for pizza at 5pm.
Raffles to be held at each stop for swag.
Cost: $35 per person – 30 max. (Does not include food or beer purchases at breweries.) No minors.
Buy tickets at the Barrelhouse or Online by clicking here.
A Little History on the Barrelhouse
In mid-July of 2016 Hale’s opened its newest venture, “Hale’s Barrelhouse,” in the city of Bremerton. The space was originally intended to function simply as a warehouse and satellite distribution center for the brewery—the idea to add a tasting room came later. The warehouse maintains a fairly constant temperature year-round, ideal for storing beer. The tasting room is heated in winter and has the option to roll up the garage doors in the summer. The wood bar top slab was from a tree on Mike and Kathleen’s property, as was the fir used on the tables—made by Mike himself. The framework of the room shows windows looking in at barrels of beer, with lots of stained glass, and repurposed windows and doors. The wood for the bar top was provided by a single slab of beautiful local Fir, and the main room features long community-style tables with benches. The summer plan includes patio seating on the loading dock for sunny days, and food trucks to provide local fare.