Let out your inner cowboy at Boots, Barrels and Brews on March 23. File photo

Let out your inner cowboy at Boots, Barrels and Brews on March 23. File photo

Boots, Barrels and Brews returns March 23

Time to get out the cowboy boots and spurs.

  • Friday, February 16, 2018 2:48pm
  • News

Pull on your boots for some kick-stomping to a live country music band while tasting and sipping Northwest food, wine, beers and spirits — the fifth annual Boots, Barrels and Brews returns to Issaquah’s Pickering Barn on Friday, March 23.

Dance to your heart’s content as local band The Honky Tonkers entertains all evening. If you feel like letting out your inner Beverly Hillbilly, line dance lessons with the Whiskey Girls will be offered twice during the event.

Wine and spirits will also be available to purchase if you find yourself loving the samples. Raffle tickets will be sold for a chance to win one of three great prizes.

The event runs from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. The Pickering Barn is located at 1730 10th Ave. NW in Issaquah.

Tickets cost $35 per person if purchased ahead of time at www.bootsbarrelsandbrews.com. Tickets at the door are $45. A souvenir glass and six tasting tickets come with your ticket. All proceeds from the event go to the Kiwanis Club of Issaquah to support local youth scholarships and programs.

Sponsors include the Issaquah Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Microsoft, Comcast, Andersen Construction, Rowley Properties, White Horse Promotional Products, Recology, Watts Properties and the Issaquah/Sammamish Reporter.

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