Drink beer + give back. Join us every Wednesday to support a variety of local organizations who do great work in our community.  We will feature a different program each month and donate $1 from every pint sold. Come out on Wednesday to enjoy great people, food, and beer, as well as music and other surprises.


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August – support Northshore Senior Center

November – support The Rotary Club of Woodinville

  • Picked this month because they do a Santa Brunch in December where they hand out coats to families in need – Operation Warm Coats and we thought it a helpful opportunity to get the word out into the community.
    • For more than 15 years, the Rotary Club of Woodinville has been providing brand new warm coats to less fortunate Northshore school children to provide warmth in the winter but also to provide a measure of self-esteem which researchers have determined will lead to improved academic success. Imagine standing outside in the morning cold waiting for the school bus without a good coat. One of our members discovered Operation Warm Coats back in the Philadelphia area and was determined that we, too, could provide brand new coats for our kids in need. Over the 15 plus years, Woodinville Rotary has distributed more than 7,500 Operation Warm coats at the Rotary-sponsored Santa breakfast held in early December each year.
  • Contacts: Sandy Kallio and Mike Tenhulzen

October – support Children’s Country Home

September – support The Kenzie & Dot Foundation

  • The Kenzie & Dot Foundation was formed by Christie and Bryan Streit who own the Pizza Coop in Woodinville (right next door to us). They do so much for this community. The Foundation was started so they can help with programs like the annual giving tree, filling the local elementary food bank, and the shop with a cop program.
  • Contact: Kimberly Ellertson with The Woodinville Chamber as she is on the board of directors, Kimberly@woodinvillechamber.org

August – support Northshore Senior Center

July – support Woodinville Arts Alliance

  • To promote the integration and appreciation of art in the day to day life of our community

May – support Homeward Pet Adoption Center

  • Giving homeless animals a second change through rescue, shelter and adoption programs, serving the greater Seattle area.

April – support Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center

  • Help those with disabilities to lead more enriched lives through adaptive horseback riding and hippotherapy.

March – support Home Court

  • A local organization who uses basketball as a vehicle to help kids develop winning habits that lead to success on and off the court. Home Court offers programs year-round for boys and girls of all ages.

February – support Heritage Society Woodinville

  • Their mission is to acquire, preserve and perpetuate the artifacts and history of the greater Woodinville area.

January 4th – support Storehouse Food Bank

  • The Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank is operated by a coalition of churches and denominations serving the local community by providing nourishment and ministry to those in need.