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Date
Friday, September 30, 2022
Time
4:00 p.m.
Place
Fisher Pavilion Block
Cost
Admission Fee

The 18th Annual Great Pumpkin Beer Festival presented by The Vera Project is back at the Seattle Center!

2022 marks the 18th year for the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival and 100% of the proceeds will benefit THE VERA PROJECT!

We invite you to join us at the Seattle Center, where 80+ pumpkin beers (plus a couple surprises) from near and far will be poured, including twenty or so from Elysian Brewing’s pumpkin-crazed brewers.

For those who haven’t been to GPBF – during each session, we have a giant, several-hundred pound pumpkin that is scooped, scorched, filled with pumpkin beer, sealed, conditioned, and then tapped at the fest for all to enjoy.

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