|The Rails-To-Ales Brewfest is made possible by the concerted efforts of many organizations and individuals.
Cascade Rail Foundation
The Cascade Rail Foundation (CRF) was formed in the summer of 1999 for the rehabilitation and historic preservation of the Milwaukee Road facilities at South Cle Elum.
It is the vision of the Cascade Rail Foundation, in partnership with Washington State Parks, that the South Cle Elum site is dedicated to the interpretation and preservation of the history of the Milwaukee Road’s Western Extension and electrification. The Milwaukee Road is considered one of the most significant and cherished railroads ever to exist in the United States. For further information please visit www.milwelectric.org.
Contributing Event Sponsors:
Premium opportunities available for “Platinum Spike Level” “Gold Spike Level” and “Silver Spike Level” Sponsors
“Bronze Spike Level” Sponsors:
|Maverick’s Casino & Saloon
|Magnolia & Associates
|Northern Kittitas County Tribune
Local newspaper serving South Cle Elum, Cle Elum, Roslyn, Ronald, Suncadia, Easton, Hyak, Thorp and surrounding areas. Pick up the Tribune at area stores and vending boxes to find the weekly events calendar of things to do, classified ads for garage sales, property listings and more. www.nkctribune.com
See us in our new location at:
807 W. Davis Street, Suite #101-A
“Brewfest Supporter Level” Sponsors:
Quality Registers, Grilles and Diffusers Since 1947
104 Montgomery Avenue
Cle Elum, WA 98922
Tel: (509) 674-4414
Fax: (509) 674-4420
We welcome you to visit The Brick, Washington’s oldest continuously operating bar, established in 1889. The Brick originally started out as the place for cold drinks for the coal miners of Roslyn. From our famous 100 year old bar with spittoon to our jail cell and all of its history, this is a great place to revisit the past. For those who like to party we have live bands every Friday and Saturday night with lots of festive activities we participate in year round. We are also known for the TV series Northern Exposure filmed here in Roslyn and other movies including Dick Van Dyke’s film the Runner Stumbles.
100 W Pensylvania Ave
Roslyn, WA 98941
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