A plethora of breweries are set to be on tap for Poulsbrew 2021.

A plethora of breweries are set to be on tap for Poulsbrew 2021.

Poulsbrew now canceled

Poulsbo’s own beer festival, Poulsbrew, is now canceled, according to the Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce.

“It is with a heavy heart that we are announcing the cancellation of Poulsbrew on September 18th, 2021,” a chamber news release reads. “Due to many circumstances outside of our control we have determined this to be our only option. We are extremely saddened by this and hope that you’ll join us when we are finally able to hold this event.”

Patrons will be issued refunds via the payment method they selected and brewers will be reissued checks (or debit/credit) depending on how they made their deposit.

“Thank you to all the volunteers, brewers and patrons who tried so hard to help us make this event happen,” the news release concludes. “We appreciate you all so very much.”

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