Spokane, WA — No-Li Brewhouse is hosting their second small batch festival (formerly named “No Boundaries on the River”), at their pub along the banks of the Spokane River, on August 23rd from 12-4pm.
The festival will feature twelve rare kegs from No-Li, including barrel-aged, experimental and infused beers.
No-Li’s first small batch festival, held in April of this year, sold out within 45 minutes of opening.
Tickets are now on sale (NoLi12.eventbrite.com); $20 in advance, $27 at the door (space permitting). No-Li strongly encourages guests to purchase their tickets early, as space is limited and tickets to their April festival sold out quickly.
Festival tickets include a commemorative festival glass and twelve 4-oz drink tickets.
The brewery is also releasing their first-ever packaged, barrel-aged beer at the festival; 100 cases of a Dry Fly Distillery Triticale Whiskey Barrel-Aged Wrecking Ball Imperial Stout packaged in 22 oz, wax-dipped bottles. More information will be released soon.
No-Li will have a special food menu available that day, as well as live music from local bands, Buffalo Jones and Cursive Wires.
For more information about the event, please visit NoLi12.eventbrite.com.
About No-Li Brewhouse
In 2012, brewmaster Mark Irvin and craft beer industry vet John Bryant, teamed up to create No-Li Brewhouse, an internationally award-winning, Spokane-Style craft brewery from Washington’s Inland Empire. No-Li has won nine international awards, including a gold medal from the 2012 Great American Beer Festival in the Extra Special Bitter category for their Spin Cycle Red.
The brewery currently distributes in 13 select states, and carries 22 oz bombers, 12 oz bottle 4-packs, and draft. For more information, visit www.nolibrewhouse.com.