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Ghost Runners Brewery participates in various beer, running, and fun events throughout the year. Here is a list of upcoming events where you can enjoy Ghost Runners’ beer.

Events

  • Saturday February 25th from 3 to 6pm at Ghost Runners Brewery Taproom.

    Brewery Tours during Washington Beer Open House.
    Washington Brewers and Beer Drinkers unite. Saturday 2/25 is Washington Beer Open house and Ghost Runners Brewery will be offering free brewery tours every 30 minutes starting at 3pm. Tours will be lead by Ghost Runners’ founder and brewer, Jeff Seibel. Tap room is open to the public from 2:30 – 7:30.

  • Wednesday March 8th from 7 to 8:30pm at Ghost Runners Brewery Taproom.

    Fort Vancouver Regional Library brings Bricks and Beer to the tap room.
    Calling all A.F.O.L. (Adult Fans of LEGO®): Join us for Bricks & Beer! The library provides the Lego® bricks and a building challenge each month. You provide the building skill and ingenuity. The brewery has the beer. What’s not to like? Master builders from PortLUG (Portland LEGO® Users Group) will be on site, and you’ll be able to exchange tips and ideas with other A.F.O.L. Select participant creations will be put on display at Three Creeks Community Library.

  • Saturday May 6th from 7:30am to 12 noon at Ester Short Park.

    Exercise and drink beer for a cause. Ghost Runners Beer Garden after Walk Run for the Animals.
    This is a fun day for all animal lovers to unite! This 26-year-old tradition raises much needed money to support the community’s animals.

    We’ll gather together Saturday, May 6, at Esther Short Park to celebrate the connection between people and animals. Runners and walkers all begin at the park. Runners break off for a 5K run through the historic Fort Vancouver site. Walkers enjoy a three-mile jaunt along the esplanade paralleling the Columbia River. Everyone ends at the park where you will enjoy pints of Ghost Runners Beer, roving entertainment, an awards program and much more.

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