Craft Beverage

At the confluence of the Columbia, Snake and Yakima rivers in sun-kissed Southeastern Washington, the thriving city of Kennewick is at the forefront of growth with a solid economy supported by agribusiness, retail trade, tourism and a thirst for craft beverages.

Kennewick is actively recruiting the craft beverage industry and seeking businesses to open tasting rooms or production facilities. Location is everything and we’re investing in Kennewick’s infrastructure to accommodate a craft beverage cluster.

Are you opening a Craft Brewery? Click here to learn about our Craft Brewery Wastewater Program so you can focus on your operation, not your wastewater!

To hear what Kennewick has to offer brewers, distillers and winemakers, please contact us. 

Uncap Growth!

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  1. Rohana Carmichael

    Economic Development Marketing Specialist
    Phone: 509-585-4532

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