On Thursday, Redhook Brewery will host their Winterhook Release Party, celebrating their seasonal winter-warmer-style beer. Redhook Brewery Facebook

Tuesday, December 5 is the 84th anniversary of the ratification of the Twenty-First Amendment, which repealed the prohibition of alcohol. To celebrate this occasion (otherwise known as Repeal Day), we've compiled the following list of special holiday drinks and events happening all December long so you can exercise your right to booze and let your cup of cheer runneth over. From special winter beer releases at the Pine Box and Redhook, to swanky speakeasy-style Repeal Day shindigs at Dead Line and Tavern Law, there's no shortage of ways to imbibe.

BEER
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5
Rainier Prohibition Party
Join the Neighbor Lady on Repeal Day for a night of Rainier beer specials, plus swag and collectible pint glasses while supplies last.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7
Fremont B-Bomb Release Party & Clothing Drive
This bash celebrates this year's release of Fremont Brewing's whiskey barrel-aged B-bomb winter ale, which they'll be pouring along with other variants, Fremont beers, and vintage bottle pours. Plus, food specials and a clothing drive for the Seattle Stand Down. Rumor has it that the Abominable B-Bomb Yeti might come out of hiding to make a guest appearance.

Naked City Tree Lighting
The brewery will illuminate its 20-foot tree with 10,000 lights, release a special cask of its Bing spiced cherry ale (which blends Naked City's The Knowledge beer with Bing and Tart Montmorency cherries and cinnamon), and offer photos with "Brew Santa" to kick off the holidays.

Winterhook Release Party
Celebrate the release of Redhook's seasonal favorite, winter-warmer-style beer Winterhook, with happy hour pricing all night long. Bring a can of food to donate in exchange for a Brewlab pint glass! All proceeds from the Holiday Food Drive will benefit Northwest Harvest.

DECEMBER 7-10
Big Wood Fest
This annual festival presents a diverse selection of over 50 types of barrel-aged beers, from sours to stouts to ciders.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8

Beer Tasting Dinner Cruise with Pike Brewing Company
Set sail with Pike Brewing Company and enjoy a guided tasting featuring four of their beers paired with a three-course dinner, as you tour Lake Union and Lake Washington on a 2.5-hour cruise. There's also a full bar with the featured beers and alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase.

Capitol Hill Series Release: Bete Blanche
The release of Bete Blanche (a Belgian-style Tripel that Elysian describes as "extremely drinkable, blonde and somewhat treacherous") will feature a ceremonial tapping, a toast from Capitol Hill Lead Brewer Hiawatha Rhyans, and a live performance from Smokey Brights.

Seattle Brewing: Craft, Culture, and History
If you've ever wondered about the history behind Seattle's brewing culture, this is your chance. The American Brewing History Initiative of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will lead a discussion about how the unique confluence of community, geography, and agriculture has shaped the Emerald City’s unique beer scene and how current brewers are carrying on the legacy of the past. The multi-generational panel of guest speakers includes Dick Cantwell, brewer and co-founder of Elysian Brewing Co.; Charles and Rose Ann Finkel, founders of Pike Brewing Co.; Annie Johnson, Master Brewer-in-Residence at PicoBrew; and Dave Green, president and CEO of Skagit Valley Malting.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9

Hoppy Holidays Beer Fest
Ounces pulls out all the stops for the holidays with a range of specialty holiday ales and seasonals on tap, plus holiday music and authentic Uzbek chow from Tabussum food truck.

3 Beer Releases
Reuben's Brews releases three beers: a small run of Triumvirate (the award-winning house IPA at Brouwer's Cafe, Bottleworks, and the Burgundian) in cans, Stone the Crows (an American Strong Ale aged in port-finished bourbon barrels), and Haze Maze (a "juicy, hazy" IPA made in collaboration with Grains of Wrath Brewing).

Barrel-Aged Lion Tamer Bottle Release
Ravenna Brewing releases Lion Tamer, a vanilla porter aged in oak bourbon barrels and and dry-hopped with Madagascar vanilla beans, and which took home a gold medal at the Washington Beer Awards. The wax-dipped bottles will be available for $11 each, and there'll be a keg with the porter on tap, as well as food from Nacho Mama food truck.

National Lager Day at Lucky Envelope
It's national Lager Day—who knew? To celebrate, Lucky Envelope will serve small batch releases, along with their popular Helles lager. Plus, Roll OK will also be serving Indian food.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13
Breakside Ugly Sweater Party
Break out your most hideous knitwear for this bash featuring three of Breakside Brewing's best IPAs on tap: Back to the Future, Stay West IPA, and What Rough Beast. There will also be swag giveaways.

Spruce Springsteen Release Party
The Pine Box will release Backwoods Brewing Company's annual collaborative winter ale inspired by the Boss, Spruce Springsteen. Spruce Lee, just like Spruce Springsteen but barrel-aged and with a "little more kick," will also make its debut.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14
2017 Tavour Holiday Beer Bash
This beer-themed bash from Tavour, a craft beer club, will include a selection of craft brews (including Evil Twin Imperial Mexican Biscotti Cake Break, Cascade Sang Noir, the Bruery Mocha Wednesday, and others), a free 2017 Tavour holiday mini glass, food from the Bread & Circuses food truck, trivia with prizes, and a photo contest for a $500 Tavour gift card. Proceeds of all ticket sales will benefit water.org.

Beveridge Place Pub 16/14 Anniversary Party!
Beveridge Place celebrates the the year they bought the Full Moon Saloon in 2001 and changed to Beveridge Place Pub in 2003 with special brews on tap and bottles from their cellar.

Heavy Metal Beer Dinner
Colin Lenfesty and Mike Murphy, the resident metalheads of Holy Mountain Brewing, named their Interbay brewery in tribute to the majesty of Mount Rainier and the album by stoner-rock heavyweights Sleep in equal measure. It’s appropriate, then, that Brave Horse Tavern chef Brian Walczyk riffs on that combo with Pacific Northwest ingredients like Gebbers Farms beef carpaccio alongside bright citrus pickles and elevated stoner-genius munchies like nooch-flavored Pringles. Each of the six courses will be matched with a rare brew from Holy Mountain, and the evening will no doubt be soundtracked by some fittingly epic tunes.

Holiday Tap Takeover at Latona Pub
Pike Brewing Company takes over Latona Pub, with special winter beers on tap and chances to win swag.

NW Peaks Brewery: Enchantment Ale Bottle Release & Party
Join NW Peaks for the release of their Enchantment Ale, a conditioned Saison beer that's "dry and crisp" with hints of pepper. They'll also be unveiling a gallery installation of stylistic portraits by Graham Vittum of the Bruno B Collectif.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15
Crystal Mountain Bifrost Release
Sip Elysian's Winter Warmer Bifrost, along Bye Bye Frost, Barrel-Aged Bifrost, and Belgian Bifrost, on the patio at Crystal Mountain Resort.

Friday Tasting: Holiday Edition + Pike Brewing
The folks from Downtown Spirits are hosting a tasting where they'll be serving tastes of Pike Brewing beers, Anchor Brewing's Christmas Ale, and drink specials while holiday movies play in the background. Guests are encouraged to wear ugly sweaters and bring cookies (there may or may not be contests).

Hopnificent 7 Holiday Special
Seven powerhouse breweries (Fort George Brewery, Ecliptic Brewing, Breakside Brewery, Reuben's Brews, Pike Brewing Company, Friem Family Brewers, and Matchless Brewing) come together for a very special Charlie Brown-themed tap takeover. Peanuts character-inspired attire is encouraged, and Teku Tavern is dog-friendly, so you're welcome to bring your own Snoopy.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19
The 12 Randalls of Xmas
The Pine Box presents a dozen beers with surprising and unexpected infusions and "extra holiday cheer"!

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20
WinterHop BrewFest
Ellensburg's 14th annual winter beer festival promises live music and tasty regional brews from over 30 breweries at a variety of venues across the town.

Beer Pairing Dinner with Woodshop BBQ
Woodshop BBQ teams up with Hellbent Brewing for a four-course seated beer pairing dinner.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28
Urban Family Pinot Cuvee Bottle Release
Urban Family releases Pinot Cuvee, a sour ale with foraged wine grapes. Plus, try other tart, juicy drafts in flavors like fermented nectarine, aprium dream, and guava.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31
Baller Beer & Bubbles: New Year's Eve Dinner with No Anchor
For those who have a taste for champagne as well as craft beers, this dinner combines "high-brow treats with low-brow cheek," serving "dope natural bubbles" as well as rare beers, plus truffles, foie gras, and caviar.

MEAD, WINE & CIDER
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6
Erin James: Tasting Cider
Erin James, Seattle native and the editor-in-chief of CIDERCRAFT® and Sip Northwest magazines, comes to Capitol Cider to celebrate her newly released book Tasting Cider: The CIDERCRAFT Guide to the Distinctive Flavors of North American Cider. Cider flights inspired by the book as well as a featured cocktail and pairing recommendations will be available, and there'll be a discount on the book and a four-bottle cider package for sale.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7
Winter Wine Tasting
Taste a variety of sparkling wines perfect for the holidays alongside food curated by Carolyn Ferguson.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9
Pears of Idunn Release Party (with Cheesecake!)
Try free samples of the new Pears of Idunn mead and delicious-sounding mead cheesecake!

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10
2017 SoDo Holiday Tasting
Taste special holiday wines (wines out of the barrel, library wines, or other remarkable, exclusive pours) from six premium wineries, including Latta Wines, Kerloo Cellars, Nine Hats Wines, Rotie Cellars, Structure Cellars, and Waters Winery. All the wineries will serve food pairings, and Santa and Victorian-style carolers in full Dickensian dress will provide the ambience.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20
Cider Cocktail Showdown 2.0
Four cideries (Finnriver, Louis Raison French Cidre USA, Mission Trail, and Reverend Nat's Hard Cider) duke it out in an Iron Chef-style cocktail mix-off, and your vote determines the winner.

SPIRITS AND COCKTAILS
THROUGH DECEMBER 24
Miracle on 2nd Pop-Up
In 2014, Greg Boehm of New York bar Boilermaker temporarily transformed the space for his bar Mace into a kitschy Christmas wonderland replete with gewgaws and tchotchkes galore. This year, the pop-up has expanded to bars in 50 cities worldwide and will be taking up residence in Belltown’s Rob Roy. The specialty cocktails are no ordinary cups of cheer: Beverages are housed in tacky-tastic vessels (a drinking mug resembling Santa’s mug, for example), bedecked with fanciful garnishes like peppers and dried pineapple, and christened with irreverent, pop-culture-referencing names like the “Bad Santa,” the “Yippie Ki Yay Mother F****r,” and the “You’ll Shoot Your Rye Out.”

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5
Fremont Winter Formal and Triangle Spirits Grand Opening
On the anniversary of the 21st Amendment, Triangle Spirits and their friends at Fremont Brewing bid you to "break out your Aqua Net, dust off your loafers and come dressed to impress" to this prom-themed bash, which doubles as their grand re-opening under new ownership.

Repeal Day at Tavern Law
Come dressed to the nines and celebrate your right to party with Old Forester cocktails at Tavern Law.

Repeal Day Celebration
Raise a glass to the end of prohibition with drink specials, complimentary appetizers, and some surprise '30s-themed entertainment.

Santiki Tuesday
Sip holiday-meets-tiki cocktails! Mugs will be available for purchase.

DECEMBER 6-17
Twelve Days of Whiskey Christmas
Twelve days of whiskey-laced festivities, including tastings, cocktails, flights, bartender flights, an ugly sweater party and "hangover Monday," and more.

DECEMBER 7-8
12th Annual IPA Cask-O-Rama!
Try over twenty Washington IPAs served from casks on the countertop. Plus, the Hopvemberfest winner will be revealed.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8
Swinging with the Soda Jerks Party
Grab your vintage cardigans and circle skirts for this throwback to the golden era of soda fountains. There'll be swing dancing, performances by Sister Kate Dance Company, a costume contest, and retro, umbrella-topped ice cream cocktails (like a phosphate soda float with guava sorbet, St-Germain, and pineapple) perfect for sipping with someone else through two straws.

E. Smith Mercantile x Orasella Cherries
Try delicious mocktails made by the Pioneer Square speakeasy E. Smith Mercantile and local maraschino makers Orasella Cherries.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9
Sun Liquor Bottle Shop Grand Opening
Sun Liquor opens their brand new bottle shop with spirits from their distillery.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17
Halfway to Summer: Tiki and Spritz Party
The solstice means we're halfway to summer's warm embrace. Celebrate by getting in a more heliolithic state of mind with colorful Wray & Nephew tiki cocktails and bright, cheery Aperol Spritzes. Come clad in tiki or tropical attire for a shot at a prize for best dressed. The event will be hosted in Needle & Thread, Tavern Law's upstairs speakeasy.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21
Cloudburst Solstice Mai Tais
Bust out your Hawaiian shirt and brighten up the darkest day of the year with beers and Mai Tais from Cloudburst Brewing.

CLASSES
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13
Holiday Cocktail Class
The mixologists of Four Seasons Hotel Seattle & Goldfinch Tavern’s bar program will teach you how to make three seasonal cocktails with a hands-on demonstration and tasting.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15
Night Lab: Wintry Drinks Workshop
Let an Ada's mixologist teach you how to whip up holiday cocktails like a pro in the Lab, Ada's event space.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16
Holiday Drinks That Don't Suck
Learn how to craft non-subpar mixed drinks from Paul Clarke, editor of Imbibe magazine. The class also promises to include a dash of "bartending 101 technique" so you can brush up on your hospitality skills.