Join us for a rare opportunity to visit and explore the Pilchuck Glass School campus through the lens of beer.
We'll depart from Pilchuck in Pioneer Square in Seattle. The bus then takes us an hour north to Stanwood. Enjoy a beer upon arrival as Pilchuck Executive Director, Chris Taylor, provides a brief tour of the campus which is then followed by a beer centric glass blowing demo by American Master Glassblower (and home brewer) Ed Schmid. As we move into the main campus building, we’ll enjoy a hearty charcuterie spread and more beer! Here you’ll hear from Liz Garibay, Executive Director of the Chicago Brewseum and beer expert, Randy Mosher, who will discuss the sensory relationship between beer and glass. We wrap it up with time for you to enjoy the vast brews and views before you.
$65 Ticket price includes:
- Private access to the Pilchuck Glass School Campus.
- Tour of the campus with ED Chris Taylor.
- Glass blowing demo by Master Glassblower, Ed Schmid.
- Sensory exploration talk from Randy Mosher.
- Beer! Charcuterie! Beer!
- Special tasting of the limited edition beer crafted for Beer + Glass by Pike Brewing Company (Seattle) and Forbidden Root Brewing (Chicago).
**Guests must arrive at the Pilchuck Stanwood Campus on their own.
Please purchase tickets by September 2, 2019.
$95 Ticket price includes:
All of the above PLUS round-trip transportation. Guests must arrive at the Pilchuck Stanwood Campus on their own.
Please purchase tickets by August 23, 2019.
This event is part of Beer + Glass, an exhibition at Pilchuck created in collaboration with the Chicago Brewseum. The exhibition highlights interpretations on distinctive beer glassware by four Pilchuck artists. Enjoy new perspectives on the Goblet, Pilsner, Vintage Pillar Ale, and Weizenbeer style glassware by artists Sean O’Neill, Victoria Ahmadizadeh, DH McNabb, and Beccy Feather. The month-long exhibition will kick off with a night that launches a specially crafted brew created in partnership with Seattle’s Pike Place Brewery and Chicago’s Forbidden Root Brewery. This collaboration is part of the Beer History + Culture Project, a two-year nationwide initiative celebrating how beer, past and present, is more than just a beverage.