Mens Room Original REDFEST 2014

Mens Room Original REDFEST 2014

Join us for a celebration of Mens Room Original Red at Mens Room Original REDFEST on Friday June 27 & Saturday 28, 2014 at Elysian Brewery off Airport Way in Georgetown


Mens Room Original REDFEST now has TWO SESSIONS

  • June 27th Session from 5pm – 10pm 
  • June 28th Session from 1pm – 6pm

General admission tickets are just $25 (day of event ticket price $30) with your first two beers are included with the price of your admission and you get a commemorative mug. 

Premium Tickets $99 with early access, four beers, one meal, Mens Room Shirt, mug and a 6 Pack of Mens Room Red*!

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This is a 21+ event. Everyone that attends needs a ticket. 

Come hang out, drink a beer outside, enjoy great Loud and Local music and grub on some food from Fusion on the Run, The Grilled Cheese Experience and more!

​REDFEST also features the tapping of the crisp and delicious Mens Room Summer Gold, a unique citrusy pale ale with coriander and lemongrass that we brew just for the sunny weather. Don’t miss out on all the festivities!
A portion of the net proceeds from every ticket sold goes to VA Puget Sound Fisher House and Ft. Lewis Fisher House.

Please drink and enjoy Mens Room Original Red and REDFEST responsibly. Designated drivers do need a full priced ticket but will be offered complementary nonalcoholic beverages throughout the day. Stop by the KISW/Elysian shirt booth at the festival for more details.

* You will receive a voucher as you exit good for one Mens Room Red six pack to be redeemed at Elysian Brewery on Capitol Hill between June 29 and July 29.

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Christian Hamilton

Christian Hamilton

Christian is the founder and Editor of Rock Paper Rock as well as a freelance concert and event photographer serving the Pacific Northwest and Beyond. He is a certified member of the PPA and Gold Level member of the CPS. He has recently began working with Mental Itch Records and has launched his own Photography website.



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