Drink beer + give back. Join us every Tuesday to support a variety of local organizations who do great work in our community.  We will feature a different program each month and donate $1 from every pint sold and $5 for every 2 pack of crowlers. Come out on Tuesdays to enjoy great people, food, and beer, as well as music and other surprises.


Kicking off Tuesday February 6 • 4-9pm
Every Tuesday in February: 13th, 20th & 27th
Featuring: BGC featuring, Bluewood Ski Patrol

Sponsorship, support, and donations:
Ski Bluewood, Ski Patrol (www.bluewood.com/ski-patrol)

Bluewood Ski Patrol is a primarily volunteer non-profit organization group of highly trained and experienced healthcare professionals that provide emergency medical service.

Member certifications range from Outdoor Emergency Care (OEC) to paramedic. The Bluewood Ski Patrol is a licensed Washington State EMS agency and maintains an affiliation with the National Ski Patrol in the Inland Empire Region of the Pacific Northwest Division.

Bluewood Ski Patrol includes paid and volunteer patrollers who work side by side with one another. All are held to the same standard, wear the same uniform and must be capable of performing all aspects of patrol work. These requirements allow Bluewood Ski Patrol to provide great customer service and superior care.

Featuring: Camp Fire

Camp Fire is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating safe and welcoming environments for young people. They offer a range of affordable and inclusive out-of-class experiences, fostering connections with the outdoors, peers, and self-expression. Through their programs, Camp Fire empowers youth to develop essential life skills, promoting personal growth and positive contributions to society. Join Camp Fire in nurturing a sense of belonging and building a brighter future for young individuals.


November Community Pint Night
November 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th
Featuring: Blue Mountain Humane Society

Best Buds and Brews Collaboration Beer.
Crossbuck, Quirk, Five Dollar Ranch, Waterbuffalo, Big House.

Best Buds Hazy IPA
ABV: 6.6% | IBU: 25

Flirty pineapple notes on the nose, tropical fruits, and pear on the palate, with a citrus peel finish.

Find this collaboration beer at participating local breweries and drink for a cause! $1 from every pint of Best Buds Benefit Beer sold will go directly to our local Blue Mountain Humane Society.

Tuesday, October 3rd • 4-9pm
Live Music: 5-7pm featuring Eoghan Murphy
Featuring: Gesa Power House

Sponsorship, support, and donations:
Gesa Power House Theatre (phtww.org)

Gesa Power House Theatre completed the transition from operating as a Limited Liability Company (LLC) to a nonprofit 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization. The board members of Power House Theatre Walla Walla signed the paperwork to purchase the theater building and business from the members of the LLC, effective July 1, 2020.

Mission Statement:
To generate a strong, inclusive community through performing arts.

Vision Statement:
To build Gesa Power House Theatre into a sustainable, world-class gathering place for the arts, culture, and education.

Gesa Power House Theatre is on the Washington State Building Preservation Commission list of State historic buildings and on the National Register of Historic Places. The venue has grown into a local hub for live performances, including in-house productions, rentals by outside groups, and private events. On average, 20,000 people attend events in the historic building each year.

Tuesday, September 5 • 4-9pm
Live Music 5-7pm featuring Eoghan Murphy
Supporting the Valley Residential Services

Valley Residential Services (VRS) provides individualized education and support in a safe, comfortable home environment to adults with developmental disabilities; to veterans who need housing and rehabilitation opportunities; and case-specific education and support to parents and children working toward safe and stable family relationships.

Our vision is that of a compassionate community where everyone has a positive, healthy environment in which to thrive and belong.

Valley Residential Services (VRS) provides person-centered education and support in a safe, comfortable home environment to adults with developmental disabilities, to veterans who need housing and rehabilitation opportunities, and case-specific education and support to parents and children working toward safe and stable family relationships.

Values: Health & Safety, Positive Recognition, Personal Power & Choice, Community Integration, Positive Relationships, Competence & Self-Reliance.

AUGUST 8th • 4-9pm
Supporting the Walla Walla Sheriff’s Foundation

The Walla Walla Sheriff’s Foundation is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening public safety. We are committed to supporting the Sheriff’s office through public and private resources beyond the county budget.

Our principal goals are to promote and further develop partnerships between the Walla Walla Sheriff’s Department and the citizens of Walla Walla; provide needed training to members of the Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office and their partners; provide needed equipment; develop and support programs as they relate to public safety and community outreach; and provide financial assistance to those members of the Walla Walla Sheriff’s Office and their families that have been severely injured or killed in the line of duty.

All funding for the Foundation is through private donations.

Tri-State Steelheaders, JULY 11th Community Pint Night Kickoff Party
Live music 5pm-7pm featuring Diego Romero. Open 4-9pm

At Tri-State Steelheaders Salmon Enhancement Group, our mission is to restore sustainable populations of native salmonids by enhancing habitat, providing public education and promoting recreational angling for future generations.

We envision a future where the Blue Mountain region has healthy river systems with sustainable populations for native salmon, steelhead and bull trout to provide robust recreational fishing opportunities for current and future generations.

Your support at Community Pint Night will help us provide salmon education to 1,700 students at 25 sites in Walla Walla, Columbia, and Garfield counties with our Salmon in School program.

Salmon in School is a hands-on, STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) based learning opportunity. The program provides each participating classroom with a fish tank, associated supplies, and a water chiller (salmon need cool water). Salmon eggs are provided to the tanks in the fall. Students receive monthly lessons from our staff related to the growing salmon. In the spring, the salmon are released into local streams. This leaves students with a personal connection to an icon of the northwest and prepares our youth for a future in STEM related careers.

Tri-State Steelheaders | Salmon Enhancement Group

JUNE 13th Community Pint Night Kickoff Party – Featuring Walla Walla Chamber Music Quartet
Live Music 5-6:30pm  |  Free to Attend

Founded in 2007, the Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival (WWCMF) now presents more than 40 public performances annually in the vibrant agricultural community of Walla Walla, WA. The goal of the Festival is to deepen the understanding and appreciation of classical chamber music while forging connections between musicians, audiences, venues, and the greater community. To accomplish this goal, WWCMF emphasizes the process of making music over the product of musical performance. As a result, Festival events appeal to the seasoned chamber-music aficionado and newbie alike.

More than half of WWCMF’s programming is presented free of admission. Almost daily Open Rehearsals take place in a variety of public venues like downtown shops, cultural institutions, and community centers. Children’s concerts under the title, Sounds Like Fun!, are presented in a variety of locations such as the public library or local YMCA. Finally, targeted Outreach performances bring chamber music to parts of the community who might not otherwise have access such as veterans and patients at the Jonathan M. Wainwright VA Medical Center.

Internal Contact: Jared Jordan
Tim Christie, Founder and Artistic Director

MAY 2nd Community Pint Night Kickoff Party – Featuring Blue Mountain Health Cooperative
Live Music 5-7pm Featuring Connor Hubin
Free to Attend

Our mission is to offer accessible mental health services to our community while creating an innovative learning environment for future providers. ​Our vision is to create a healthier community through quality and affordable mental health care. We will shape the future workforce by offering training opportunities and placements to increase the number of providers in our communities. We will serve as a support hub for local partners to provide coordination and assistance to help the partners serve the behavioral health needs of our communities equitably, skillfully, and efficiently.


APRIL 4th Community Pint Night Kickoff Party – Featuring Blue Mountain Land Trust
Live Music 5-7pm Featuring Mike Mendoza
Free to Attend

In 1999, a group of visionary local leaders took action to preserve fish and wildlife habitat, forests, grasslands, and agricultural land in the Blue Mountain region. The Blue Mountain Land Trust (BMLT) was formed, to protect the scenic, natural, and working lands of the Blue Mountain region through conservation and stewardship and connect communities to nature through education and recreation.

As a celebration of Earth Day and in collaboration with Blue Mountain Land Trust, Crossbuck Brewing will be bringing back the Blues Crew Lavender Wit beer for the month of April. The Belgian White-style ale is produced with local ingredients, malt from Mainstem Malt and lavender from Blue Mountain Lavender Farm. $1 for every pint will be donated to BMLT.

MARCH 7th Kickoff Party – Featuring First Responders of Walla Walla
Live Music 5-7pm Featuring Eoghan Murphy

First Responders of Walla Walla mission is “to minimize the loss of life and property, and pain and suffering experienced by people in the City of Walla Walla and the surrounding area due to man-made or natural accidents or disasters. We will achieve this goal by providing the highest quality Fire, Rescue, Prevention, and Emergency Medical Services.” About WWFD »

Born and raised in Cork, Ireland, Eoghan Murphy is a singer-songwriter who has been composing music and performing regularly for over a decade. Influenced and inspired by legendary blues musicians, jazz composers and iconic folk-singers, as well as music from his native Ireland, Eoghan enjoys writing and arranging songs that tell new stories while also paying homage to the past.

FEBRUARY 7th Kickoff Party – support Walla2Hoops

  • Live Music 5-7pm Feat. Lindsay Mulholland.
  • Walla2Hoops is a local Walla Walla non-profit that provides an enriched basketball environment for the youth of the Walla Walla Valley. Creating a positive, competitive culture, guidance in developing the character of our youth, and commitment to developing the fundamentals of the game.

JANUARY 3rd Kickoff Party – support Veterans of Foreign Wars

  • Live Music 5-7pm Feat. Diego Romero – Diego Romero, winner of the best new blues band in 2019 from the Inland Empire Blues Society, come an electrifying new band staring Diego Romero. From explosive guitar work, to booming vocals, he is bound to keep you at the edge of your seat throughout the night.
  • Featured Beer: $5 Pints of Widdiefu Scotch Ale, Kill the Keg!
  • Support American Heroes, donations support veterans in need. Disaster relief, military support, unmet needs, assistance programs, scholarships, education.

DECEMBER 6 – Kick off to community pint night and support Blue Mountain Action Council Food Bank

  • December 6th kickoff party
  • Live Music 4:30-7pm Feat. Diego
  • Non-Perishable food donation barrels in Crossbuck Taproom
  • Featured Beer: On Track, Fresh Hop Hazy IPA 6.9%, 55IBU. Fresh Idaho 7 Hops from Perrault Farms in Toppenish, WA
  • BMAC Food Bank will have a QR code for extra donations and pamphlets on BMAC resources.