Seattle, WA – Ghostfish Brewing Company will help to ring in the holiday season in Seattle as the Premium Beer Sponsor for Enchant Christmas event at Safeco Field. Set to transform Safeco Field into the World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze and Market, Enchant Christmas will run from November 23 through December 30.
As the Field Level Beer Sponsor, visitors of Enchant will be able to purchase Ghostfish beer on draught in the main field level bar area and other select locations throughout the stadium. Additionally, a variety of Ghostfish canned beers will be available for sale in numerous spots inside Safeco Field.
“As a father, I am very excited to be able to take my young daughter to the Enchant Christmas event. I am also thrilled for Ghostfish Brewing to be associated with such a unique and spectacular event that is sure to attract people from across the Pacific Northwest and beyond.”, said Brian Thiel, Co-Owner and Director of Marketing & Sales. “We’re proud supporters of our communities and the historic Sodo area of Seattle that we call home. We look forward to welcoming everyone to the Enchant event and to our Sodo-based brewery taproom and gastropub over the holiday season.”
Based on the original story “The Great Search,” Enchant’s spectacular Christmas light maze takes guests through a twinkling wonderland in which they must help Santa find his missing reindeer in order to save Christmas. A world of holiday wonder awaits guests inside Safeco Field as they glide across the ice skating trail, visit Santa and Mrs. Claus, and enjoy live entertainment and holiday food and drinks.
“After overwhelmingly popular events in Vancouver, BC and Arlington, TX, this is the first year we’ll be hosting our event with a roof overhead, and Safeco Field provides the perfect space to bring our holiday celebration to a new level – with perfect weather guaranteed!”, said Kevin Johnston, Founder of Enchant Christmas. “We are thrilled to have found a partner in Ghostfish Brewing Company, adding a bit more local flavor to the Enchant experience from a much-loved and frequented community partner.”