Ballard Breweries join forces for St. Paddy’s Day Parade O’ Pints

Ballard’s cohort of breweries is getting ready for another neighborhood-wide collaboration, this time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

Called the “Parade O’ Pints“, Saturday’s (March 16th) festivities will include rides between the breweries atop Hale’s Ales double-decker bus. The bus will be on a loop between all 11 breweries (map below), with a $5 bus fare to support the Seattle Firefighters Pipes and Drums.

Each brewery — Populuxe, Lagunitas, Maritime, Reuben’s, NW Peaks, Bad Jimmy’s, Peddler, Hale’s, Stoup, Lucky Envelope, and Obec — will be offering a specialty beer in honor of St. Patty’s Day.

The bus will running in the afternoon, from 2pm to 6pm. To learn more or RSVP, click here.

10 thoughts to “Ballard Breweries join forces for St. Paddy’s Day Parade O’ Pints”

      1. oh, right. it’s only lazy people who need transportation. it looks fun! some older folks would have some difficulty walking this distance and it’s a cool thing they’re doing.

        1. C’mon man, you don’t need to get outraged at everything. It’s like 25 feet between bars, if you can’t handle that, maybe you shouldn’t be getting drunk in the middle of the day.

          1. you were the outraged one i called out, lol. tbh i prefer to walk myself, but there’s miles of walking for the whole area. the bus is a neat idea, why are you against it?

  1. St Patrick was Christian missionary in Ireland, so the holiday that celebrates him is patriarchal and white supremacist. Really shocked we haven’t tried to ban this despicable celebration of evil white culture and its use of alcohol and pinching (hello sex abuse) those who aren’t wearing green (fascism). All this shamrock and Blarney Stone nonsense is really about marginalizing people of color and Southie Red Sox culture.

    Get woke, People!

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