Bring your reusable vessel to the 7 Seas tasting at Full Throttle Bottles in Georgetown.

On Tuesday, April 19, Palace Kitchen begins the Meet Your Maker series, “an opportunity to meet some of our favorite specialty liquor, beer and wine producers.”

Kent Fleischmann of Dry Fly Distilling in Spokane will be there from 6 to 9pm. Pay $25 to meet him and try Dry Fly’s gin, vodka, and whiskey paired with bites from the chef: scallop crudo, smoked salmon, and glazed pork belly. Details here.

Gig Harbor’s 7 Seas Brewing will be tasted at Georgetown’s Full Throttle Bottles on Wednesday, April 20 from 5 to 7pm. It’s $3, or $2 if you bring your own earth friendly vessel.

Attention organic hair-product junkies (I know you’re out there, stand up and be counted): the Local Vine on Capitol Hill is inviting Aveda over for Earth Day on Thursday, April 21 from 6 to 9pm. Admission is free and you can enter to win products. The bar will be serving organic and biodynamic wines for the occasion.

Molbak’s Garden and Home in Woodinville is hosting a wine tasting in honor of Earth Day this Friday, April 22. A $25 entrance fee buys you six “generous” pours from Brian Carter Cellars, Castillo de Feliciana, DeLille Cellars, Dusted Valley and Elsom Cellars (good wineries!), plus appetizers.

This Saturday, April 23 it’s Eggs N Ovaries in Ballard: you donate, you get a wristband, and you run around Ballard bars looking for hidden Easter eggs. The event benefits ovarian cancer research, all the info you need is here.

Sunday, April 24—some people call it Easter—Bottleworks welcomes Full Sail Brewing to the store. It’s a chance to try 10 beverages (year-rounds, seasonals, and barley wine) from the fine Hood River, Oregon brewery for the bargain price of $1.

Bottleworks opens at 11am on Sundays.