The Historic Downtown Chelan Association is proud to announce the launch of our 2nd fundraising event.
On Saturday, March 17th from 1pm-4pm, we are inviting guests to join us on the 1st annual Lake Chelan Taste of the Irish through historic downtown Chelan. The event is similar to the Sip & Stroll; however, because it’s St. Patrick’s Day – guests will be enjoying tastes of Ales & Whiskey! We are looking for up to nine locations to host a brewery and one larger location for the whiskey tasting.
Guests will receive (6) 5oz ale tastes and if they choose to add on the whiskey tasting, (4-5) .25oz tastes of whiskey.

We will also be highlighting the downtown restaurants or businesses who have special Irish dishes or activities – so let us know what you’ve got planned!

Details: March 17th, 1pm – 4pm

How Do You Become A Tasting Location?
Fee of $60/members and $80 non-members (members have first priority) – to cover cost of liquor permit.
Provide an 8 ft. table for ale tastings (ready by 12:00pm)
Provide 2 volunteers to staff your store (one to stamp tickets and one guard for the exit) – let us know if you need help recruiting volunteers!
Market your items, offer specials to those who have tickets, or use it as a showcase of your business
How Do You Benefit?
Great exposure for your business
Advertising – paper, social media, and radio inclusions
Up to 200 guests in your store
A great time to meet our locals and visitors who are spending time downtown
Looking for More Exposure?
Become a sponsor of this new event! We have a few different levels – multiple sponsors allowed at each level:
Includes: your logo on the tasting size pilsner glass, your logo on whiskey tasting placemat, your logo on tasting ticket/program, your business mentioned in 5 social media posts, your businesses highlighted in 3 HDCA newsletters
Includes: your logo printed on volunteer t-shirts, your business mentioned in 3 social media posts, business highlighted in 1 HDCA newsletter
Includes: a 2-3 piece Irish band will stop by your location and play for 15-20 minutes on Saturday after the Top Dog parade.