Cider & Ale Trail set for downtown Kent

March 20; tickets $25

  • Monday, January 13, 2020 1:38pm
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Cider & Ale Trail set for downtown Kent

Check out a sampling of drinks during the Historic Downtown Kent Cider & Ale Trail from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, March 20.

Kent Downtown Partnership invites residents to get acquainted with small shops and enjoy fresh ingredients that provide the foundation for crisp, bold flavors that will entice the taste buds of beer lovers and cider aficionados alike.

Cideries and breweries scheduled to be at the event include 2 Towns Cider House, Schilling Cider, Half Lion Brewing, Geaux Brewery, Pike Brewing, Puget Sound Cider, Black Fleet Brewing and Greenwood Brewing.

Come early and explore the diverse flavors of Kent on the downtown food trail, including Sushi, Thai, Cajun, Afghan and bistros. Businesses and restaurants are open to the public during this event.

Tickets are $25 in advance or $35 the day of the event. A ticket includes 10 tasting tickets and a disposable glass. Participants can bring their own tasting glass or mug.

Check in starts at 6 p.m at Sweet Themes Bakery, 317 W. Meeker St., Suite A.

For tickets, go to downtownkentwa.com.

The Kent Downtown Partnerships is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Its mission is to promote and enhance the vitality of downtown Kent through program and events that celebrate our unique and diverse culture. Proceeds from this event benefit the Kent Downtown Partnership and go towards future programs and projects in Historic Downtown Kent


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