Events & Programs



Taste craft brews from the greater Seattle area and learn how they were made directly from the brewmasters themselves while exploring PacSci. Each event ticket includes tastings from favorite local breweries plus hop-filled demos and activities.

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All guests are expected to drink responsibly and to ensure that they have a safe means of transportation before leaving the event. 



April 17, 2020  | CANCELLED

The April Brewology has been unfortunately cancelled. Our team will be reaching out to ticket holders (registrants for programs) to use the value towards a membership or future event, contribute to PacSci, or receive a refund. Sign up for the PacSci at Night eNews to get notified about our next tasting events.



Please read the following information about the event Brewology this April 17, 2020. We are excited to see you there! We will notify you as soon as possible in the event Brewology is canceled or postponed. We will refund your ticket in full or transfer your ticket to the new date in the case the event is postponed.

Do I need my ID?
This event is only for adults 21 and over. A current, valid photo ID is
required to enter. Exceptions cannot be made to those without valid photo ID. Please have your ID ready upon arrival.

Where do I enter?
All guests will enter through our South Entrance on Denny Way; it is
not our listed address. Guests will not be admitted through the North Entrance in Seattle Center. No entry will be allowed after 9:15 p.m.

See the Google Map Street view of the Entrance

Where can I park?
There are several parking lots in the surrounding area. A detailed parking map is available here
. If you plan on driving to our event, we ask that you do so responsibly.

We encourage guests to use public transportation, taxis, and other ride share services.

If you are using a ride share service or being dropped off, the closest drop off location will be near the corner of 2nd Ave N & John St.

Am I able to leave and re-enter this event?
Yes. You will be stamped upon arrival to the event. Showing your stamp upon re-entry will grant you entry to the event until 9:15 p.m.

Will there be coat check?
Yes, we provide free coat check compliments of Coat Check Complete.

Can I buy a ticket at the door?
Tickets typically sell out so we recommend purchasing them in advance. In the event that tickets are not sold out, tickets will be available at the door.

Will there be food present at the event?
Yes, we are happy to share that Sizzle Dogs will have food for purchase at the event. They will have vegetarian options!

What is included in the ticket price?
Guests have after-hours access to Pacific Science Center’s exhibits and programs in Buildings 1, 2, 3 and Ackerley Family Gallery, including the Tide Pool, Tropical Butterfly House, and Planetarium. There will also be various themed science activities.

In addition, each guest will receive a branded souvenir tasting glass and 12 tastings. Learn more about the tastings below.

How many tastings are you allowed included?
Each attendee will received 12 tastings, included with their ticket. A tasting is defined by one (1) 4-5 oz pour of one (1) individual brew. We’re happy to have many breweries so be sure to use your twelve tastings towards breweries that appeal to you. Limited additional tastings will be available for purchase onsite.

What is each person’s responsibility in regard to alcohol consumption?
All guests of Brewology are expected to drink responsibly and ensure they have a safe means of transportation before leaving the event. Any guest found to be intoxicated during the event and/or creating a disturbance will be asked to leave by staff security. Refunds will not be issued.


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