KITSAP-OLYMPIC ALE TRAIL

Save Money. Think Locally.
Impact Globally.

The Kitsap-Olympic Ale Trail is the best way to get $100s in offers at your favorite local businesses and support charity at the same time! Let’s hit the trail!

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Here's How It Works

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(1) Download DonorTrail

Download the free DonorTrail App so all of your offers are always with you whenever you’re out hitting the trail.

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(2) Select a Charity & Pay

Choose which charity you’d like the proceeds to benefit and then purchase the Kitsap-Olympic Ale Trail Pass for only $20.00.

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(3) Save Money & Enjoy

Save money with over $100 worth in offers to local businesses and feel great about making an impact both locally and globally!

Your Favorite Local Spots

Get a sweet deal at ALL of these local businesses while out with friends and family:

Bainbridge Brewing

One time, $2 off one beer

Bushel & Barrel Ciderhouse

One time, 50% off of 2 ciders

Cash Brewing Company

One time, $2 off a beer (2 beer max)

CB's Nuts

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

Discovery Bay Brewing

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

Dog Days Brewing

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

Downpour Brewing

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

d'Vine Wines

One time, 50% off of 2 beverages (beer or wine), $8 max

Hale's Ales Barrelhouse

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

Hood Canal Brewery

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

Kingston-North Kitsap Rotary Beer & Wine Garden-Closed for the Season

One time, 50% off of 2 beverages (beer or wine)

LoveCraft Brewing Company

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

Silver City Brewery & Taproom

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

Slaughter County Brewery

One time, 50% off of two beers

The Kingston Ale House

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

The Point Casino & Hotel

One time, 50% off of 2 beers redeemable at The Center Bar in the casino

Western Red Brewing

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

Westside Pizza

One time, 50% off of 2 beers

Support Great Causes

KItsap-Olympic Food Banks

KItsap-Olympic Food Banks

Your donation will help support food banks throughout the Kitsap-Olympic peninsula. Proceeds will go directly back into the community to help fight hunger and a variety of issues facing low-income persons. All members are 501(c)3 recognized state charities and include the Kitsap County Food Bank Coalition (Bainbridge Island Helpline House, Sharenet, Poulsbo Fishline, Central Kitsap Food Bank, St. Vincent DePaul of Bremerton, Salvation Army of Bremerton, Bremerton Foodline, South Kitsap Helpline, and North Mason Food Bank), Kingston Food Bank, and Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe Food Bank.

OlyCAP-Olympic Community Action Programs

OlyCAP-Olympic Community Action Programs

OlyCAP-Olympic Community Action Programs From the Pacific Ocean to the Puget Sound we are: • Meals for the elderly • Shelter for the homeless • Permanent and transitional housing • Early education for young children and their families • Keeping the lights on and homes warm with energy assistance • Jobs and training for the unemployed • Placing volunteers where they are most needed • Food for all - supporting 15 Olympic Peninsula food banks • Compassionate in-home care for the vulnerable • Adult day services and memory care for the frail • Creating healthier homes through Weatherization • Helping build social, economic and racial equality Helping People - Changing Lives - Building Human Potential

Women In Need

Women In Need

1) Morrow Manor: The women, families, and sometimes men that we see on journeys to free themselves from domestic violence are compelling examples of resilience, determination and success. Along with the services provided by the YWCA of Kitsap County, Morrow Manor will create a vital pathway to safe and stable lives through longer-term affordable housing, with essential support, access to education and career avenues, and renewed self-esteem and confidence. For more information visit www.supportmorrowmanor.org 2) YWCA: Since the formation of the YWCA of Kitsap County in 1948, it has continued to be a leading advocate for women and children, and is the only state-approved provider of domestic violence services in Kitsap County. The YWCA of Kitsap County established the 17-bed ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in a Violent Environment) Shelter in 1978, and began to offer victims of domestic violence services including case management, advocacy-based counseling, parenting skills education, food, clothing, and transportation. In 2011, Tersha’s House in Silverdale was created, providing two more short-term transitional residences for domestic violence survivors. The YWCA Kitsap County provides services for victims of domestic violence and their children. We do this by providing a 24 hour hotline, emergency shelter, housing, legal advocacy, support groups and partnering with the community. For more information visit www.ywcakitsap.org

Youth Services

Youth Services

1) Coffee Oasis: Faith-based, non-profit organization that consists of two things: coffee businesses and youth programs. Coffee Oasis is changing the world for homeless youth in one community after another through evidence-based youth programs supported by sustainable coffee businesses. Our cafés provide community gathering places, and serve our self-roasted coffee from direct-trade coffee beans. The Coffee Oasis youth programs offer friendship, belonging, resources, and opportunity to homeless and street-oriented youth, ages 13-25. All proceeds from the businesses support the Oasis youth programs. COFFEE OASIS LOCATIONS Bremerton Burwell Cafe Bremerton Naval Cafe Port Orchard Cafe Poulsbo Cafe Kingston Cafe: Coming Soon!! For more information visit www.thecoffeeoasis.com 2) Food4Kids: Children who receive subsidized school lunches are at risk for nutritional insecurity on weekends and during school holidays. Kingston Cares partners with Sharenet, the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe, and others to distribute Food4Kids boxes to kids to cover the gaps that occur during summer, winter, and spring school breaks. In 2017, Food4Kids served 125 students for 37 days and the cost of the program was $20,000. The projected need for 2018 is $28,000. For more information visit www.kingstoncares.org

Need the perfect gift for
friends and family?

Whether it’s a house warming present for your new neighbors or for the guy who has everything, give them the satisfaction of saving money and the warm, fuzzy feeling of supporting charity with the Kitsap-Olympic Ale Trail Pass!

About the Trail

Take a hike on the Kitsap-Olympic Ale Trail! Explore great local breweries/restaurants along the trail at a discount and give back to the community. Hosted by the Kingston-North Kitsap Rotary Club. 21+

You've got questions. We have answers!

How do I purchase the Trail Pass?

You purchase the Kitsap-Olympic Ale Trail Pass for $20.00 on the DonorTrail App or you can purchase a gift card that you redeem on the App. Remember you can purchase the Trail Pass as many times as you’d like so you’re never short of great deals!

How do the charities get their money?

The Kingston-North Kitsap Rotary Club manages the collection of the donations to the charity of your choice. They are 100% volunteer run with no administration cost. The Host Club determines the proceeds collected from the Trail Pass and each charity is given a check by the Club.

How long does the Trail Pass last?

The Trail Pass is valid for 12 months from the date you activate it. We encourage you to take your time to visit all the spots on the Trail. Remember, it’s the journey, not the destination! So don’t forget to stop and smell the hops!