How It Works
Bratfest Seattle requires a ticket and is 21+.
No kids. No babies. No Pets. No exceptions.
TASTER & FOOD CARDS
Taster & Food Cards are included in all tickets (20 Beer / 10 Food / 1 Bottled Water). Use them like money to purchase food & beer. Each beer is served in a special 5oz glass which is also included with your admission. Each food dish is served fresh, individually, in a compostable container.
HOW TO USE THEM
We have 50+ beers and 15 sausage dishes to sample, so explore the menus, find what you want to try, give the servers your card (which they’ll mark off), and get busy. DO NOT LOSE YOUR CARDS. They cannot be replaced and should be treated like cold hard cash.
NEED SOME EXTRA TASTERS?
Beer & Food cards all full? Still hungry & thirsty? You can buy more where you checked in.
Additional 3-Food Dish cards are $10, and 4-Beer cards are $12. You can buy one or both.
Those beer tasters add up. Sure they’re only 5oz but 16 of them equal 6 pints. Know your limits.
Everyone gets 1 free bottled water with their paid ticket. Save your bottle to refill as needed. If you have extra beer tasters left on your card, you can also use those for additional bottled waters.
All our food containers, utensils, and napkins are 100% compostable. There are free water filling stations on site (yes you can bring your own empty container if you like). All bottled water at the event is recyclable. We will have well marked containers out for you to use.
IS THIS A GOOD DEAL?
Your General Admission gets you any 10 food dishes (out of 15, or 17 if you’re a VIP), the equivalent of 6 pints at a bar with 50 beers to choose from, a cool venue to chill in, and drinking for a good cause.
WHAT’S THIS “DRINK FOR A GOOD CAUSE” WE SPEAK OF?
Bratfest is a benefit for Pet Cross, a Seattle-based animal welfare non-profit dedicated to helping provide free (and low cost) spays and neuters, fund no-kill shelters, provide emergency funds for lower income pet services, fund adoption programs, and help pay for feral animal trap/fix/release programs. To date Pet Cross has donated more than $200,000 locally.
The ticket you paid for is where this money comes from. Keep up the good work!