OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Washington State Liquor Control Board selected 10 farmers markets to test beer and wine tastings.
They’ll be able to offer samples from 47 wineries and four breweries in the state. The Liquor Board will submit a report to the Legislature on the program in December 2012.
The 10 markets selected Wednesday from 40 that wanted to take part:
— West Seattle Farmers Market
— Magnolia Farmers Market, Seattle
— Vancouver Farmers Market
— Everett Farmers Market
— Vashon Farmers Market
— Liberty Lake Farmers Market
— Proctor Farmers Market, Tacoma
— Pasco Farmers Market
— Pike Place Market, Seattle
— Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market