All The Tastings + Yoga at Copia Farms

  • Copia Farms 14701 148th Avenue Northeast Woodinville, WA, 98072 United States

The morning begins with an hour long, all levels, Yoga practice. Immediately following our practice we will tour the Copia Farms property, tasting beer wine and spirits along the way. Leave your worries at the door, get your body in motion, taste some of Seattle's finest craft beverages, and get to know your community.

Ticket includes 2 tastings at each of the following: 

Fish BrewingSilverlake WineryGrapeworks Distillery and Roza Hills Vineyards


About the Venue:

Copia Farms is a complete Craft Beverage Experience featuring wineries, breweries and a distillery. 

Fish Brewing - From its home in beautiful Olympia, Washington, Fish Brewing Company has been hand-crafting ales of Northwest proportions since 1993. Founded by Crayne and Mary Horton and a few dozen local investors, Fish began operations humbly. With a 15-barrel brew house, and two 15-barrel fermenters, they brewed for their neighbors up and down Puget Sound. Growing steadily since, Fish is now an award-winning craft brewer with distribution throughout the great Pacific Northwest and beyond. Today, three distinct brands make their home under Fish Brewing Company's roof: Fish Tale Ales, Spire Mountain Cider and Leavenworth Biers.

Silver Lake/Roza Hills Winery - Founded in 1987, Silver Lake Winery is Washington’s largest consumer owned winery. At Silver Lake Winery, they offer award-winning premium, super-premium and ultra-premium wines that you can enjoy today or cellar for the future.

Grapeworks Distillery - A love project, 43 years in the making! Celeste and Sal met in 1970, while Celeste was in California as a foreign exchange student from Chile. They fell in love then, but had to go their seperate ways. In 2011, Sal found Celeste on Facebook, the spark was re-ignited. As they compared their lives, they discovered they both had something in common, wine. Sal had started Silver Lake Winey in 1987 and owned a vineyard in Zillah, WA, Celeste's father owned a vineyard in Talca, Chile. Together they started to tour the wine country of each others countries and on a visit to Chile and Peru, Sal learned about the Chilean drink, Pisco. Sal was fascinated with this ancient spirit made from grapes and suggested to Celeste that perhaps they could try to make this together in the United States. In 2013, this dream became a reality. 


FAQs

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

Yes. You must be 21 to attend this event.

What should I bring?

A Yoga mat, water bottle and an attitude of gratitude

What time do doors open?

Doors open at 10:30am. We advise arriving early to give you a chance to set up your mat and get to know those around you

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

cheers@justaddyogaevents.com

Is my ticket transferrable?

No, tickets are not transferrable

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Nope. In fact, we encourage you to use your moblie ticket. Save the trees! 

What is the refund policy?

We do not offer refunds