HomeAid Puget Sound presents…

Whiskey & Wine Throwdown


The Red Barn Farm was formally known as the Cooper Dairy Farm. It was established in 1907 by Walter Cooper, uncle of the famous actor Gary Cooper. Come see the how this historic 1925 barn went from being deemed “eminent collapse” by engineers to its gorgeous and useful transformation as a whiskey and vodka distillery and special event venue.



 Lowdown on the Throwdown:

Guests will enjoy local whiskeys, wines and beers, a pig roast with all the fixings and smores with a twist. It’s Friday! Attire is business casual or chill casual. Plus, a wine wall, music, bonfire, corn hole toss and much more…

Win a Seabrook Weekend! Along a spectacular oceanfront bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean sit three beachfront neighborhoods offering some of the best luxury oceanview rentals in the Pacific Northwest. Bid on your chance to win a weekend stay at Seabrook!



Win a Snowmass Weekend! Choose your own gondola riding adventure. Do you ski in winter then bask in the fireside glow at night; or do you go in the summer bringing a mountain bike to ride the challenging trails or hiking boots and a camera?



Looking for bragging rights? We gotcha covered! Wear your best shitkickers for a chance to win a Best Boots prize! Contest Categories: Best Cowgirl Boots, Best Cowboy Boots, Best Practical Boots, Best Bazaar Boots

Random Trivia: Where do you go to buy the most expensive boots? In Stevensville, Montana. The artist behind the most expensive cowboy boots ($106,000!) is Howard H. Knight. He creates one masterpiece at a time in his studio.

Cost: $125 per person. Tickets are transferrable, but not refundable.

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Whiskey & Wine Throwdown Tickets

Questions about tickets & sponsorships, contact Leanne Woodland at (206) 769-4117 or lwoodland@homeaid.org