Visit These Tri-Cities Breweries On National Beer Day

Beer connoisseurs, rejoice! April 7 is National Beer Day, which marks the anniversary of the end of prohibition in the United States on April 7, 1933. (The day before, April 6, is even known as “New Beer’s Eve”.)

How does one celebrate National Beer Day?

Simple—just grab a beer, pair it with some delicious food, and spend time with friends, enjoying some of the best craft beer the Tri-Cities has to offer.

You probably already know that the Tri-Cities has award-winning wines, but you did you know that there are also a growing number of local independent craft breweries, brewpubs, taphouses, and cideries?

We especially love craft beer paired with enjoyment of the great outdoors, especially with the wide-open spaces and rivers of the Tri-Cities. There’s no better way to end a hike on Badger Mountain, a bike ride through Chamna Nature Preserve, or a run along the Columbia River than a delicious, cold and well-earned beer to refresh you.

And, there are even options for those who prefer sober experiences: local alcohol-free bottle shop Kindred Spirits offers a selection of non-alcoholic beer, so you can still enjoy the flavors of a chilled, delicious beer even if you choose not to drink.

Drink responsibly: Always have a plan for a sober driver, or use a car service like TC Black to get around with friends.


“Hop” over to one of these local spots to enjoy a pint of beer (or cider, if you prefer)!

Tag us @visittricitieswa and use the hashtag #NationalBeerDay on social media, and we may feature you!

Local Craft Breweries
Bombing Range Brewing Company

2000 Logston Blvd., Ste. 126, Richland

The history of the Tri-Cities area is embedded deep within the Manhattan Project during World War II, which brought thousands of people to the local area. With a strong military presence in the area for the development of the fuel that would ultimately be used in the first atomic bombs; a practice area named Bombing Range located in West Richland, WA was created for pilots in order to drop their munitions (bombs). Locally owned and operated by Mike and Dashia Hopp of West Richland, WA, BRBC’s goal is to serve the hardworking community with quality ales and lagers in a laidback and relaxing atmosphere.


910 S. Columbia Center Blvd, Kennewick

Hansen Park is Sage Brewing’s second and newest location. We serve all of their local made craft beers, an occasional guest tap, and locally sourced wine and cider. They serve house smoked pulled pork and brisket sliders, and locally made flatbread style pizzas. A beautiful fully-covered patio is perfect for enjoying a beautiful Tri-Cities sunset while sipping a couple craft beers into the evening.

Sage Brewing Company

8425 Chapel Hill Blvd B102, Pasco

This is Sage Brewing’s original location where they brew all of their craft beers on site with their 5bbl brew house. They operate a full taproom, giving you the best place to get the freshest beer straight to the tap. They also offer locally sourced wine and cider. They have an on-site resident taco truck, as well as Carnaceria, with a full deli next door. They often host food trucks, and you may also bring in your own food. This is a family friendly location, and dogs are allowed on the covered patio.


9312 W 10th Avenue, Kennewick

Nestled conveniently in Southwest Kennewick, D’s Wicked Cider has been serving ‘wicked’ good ciders crafted right here in the Pacific Northwest. Their family friendly tasting room features eight hand-crafted and original hard ciders. In addition, they offer combinations of ciders, ales, and beverages for all ages. Enjoy live entertainment, family-oriented events, and their outdoor fire pit.