Brewfest at ilani rescheduled for this weekend


‘Brews for a Good Cause’ looks to help Clark County restaurants 

The brewfest at ilani that was supposed to be this past weekend has been rescheduled for this weekend.

“Brews for a Good Cause” is now Feb. 19 through 21, an event to support local Clark County restaurants during this challenging time.

“Brew for a Good Cause,” a brewfest scheduled for ilani, has been rescheduled for this weekend, Feb. 19-21. Funds raised at the event will go help out restaurants in the region.
“Brew for a Good Cause,” a brewfest scheduled for ilani, has been rescheduled for this weekend, Feb. 19-21. Funds raised at the event will go help out restaurants in the region.

Kara Fox-LaRose, president and general manager of ilani said the resort has been “fortunate to be able to reopen safely for our guests and team members, but we know that many of our colleagues in the Southwest Washington restaurant community are hurting right now. We are proud to offer our support alongside the Northwest Wine and Food Society, raising much-needed funds.”

Live entertainment will complement the dining events, with proper social distancing and safety precautions, ilani announced. The dining events will feature menus created by local restaurants and breweries.

Participating restaurants include: Beaches, Cactus Ya Ya, Main Event Sports Grill, and Natalia’s Cafe. Breweries include: Elysian Brewing, Hop Valley Brewing Co., Kona Brewing Co., and Loowit Brewing Company. 

“We are grateful to ilani and the Northwest Wine and Food Society for this opportunity to showcase our culinary chops while supporting our friends in the restaurant community,” said Mark Matthias, president of Beaches Restaurant and Bar. “The past year has been difficult for so many, and we are pleased to lend a hand.”

On the schedule:

Brewfest will kick off Friday at Rose & Thorn with a bourbon-based event. A Cajun-Bourbon dinner, a four-course meal featuring Louisiana favorites, is set for 7 p.m. Tickets are $75 per person.

Main Event Sports Grill and Loowit are teaming up for a noon Saturday barbecue at Muze Lounge. The four-course meal includes Texas-style chili and vanilla bourbon crème brulee. Cost is $65 per person.

Later on Saturday, Cactus Ya Ya and Hop Valley are combining forces for a Tex-Mex treat, including chile verde and enchiladas. Seating is at 4 p.m. Tickets are $65 per person.

Come to paradise on Sunday at Muze. Natalia’s Cafe and Kona Brewing are providing a Big Island Luau. Seating is at noon. Cost is $70 per person.

Muze will host the Sunday late afternoon/early evening event, as well. Beaches and Elysian are teaming up for a Seattle Style Asion Fusion in a four-course meal. Seating is at 4 p.m. Tickets are $80 per person.

All events will be conducted with safety protocols in place. Guests will be required to wear masks, except when actively eating or drinking, and masks are required when interacting with team members. The brewfest is for those 21 and older. For tickets, go to: http://ilanibrewfest.com/

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