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Founded in 1989, the Pike Brewing Company is a brewery, pub, and restaurant. Stop by for lunch or dinner in this 1920s industrial-style restaurant and watch beer being crafted right before your eyes. The creative menu complements the beers well. Try the handmade German sausage with smoked pork chop, bacon and sauerkraut, and the poached salmon. And don't forget the Pike Street Stout float for dessert! Finish up with a cigar in the Pike Pub Lounge. The pub also hosts meetings, receptions and parties for up to 500 guests, with table service or buffet-style catering. Also visit the Seattle Microbrewery Museum.
Elysian Brewing Company, one of the best craft breweries in Seattle, was established in 1996. A decade later they opened their third brewpub in the Stadium District in 2006. Elysian Fields is a spacious gastropub, that accommodate more than 350 guests at a time. An oval-shaped bar adorns the central portion of the room, around which diners can sit and guzzle Elysian brews. A delicious menu of burger, ravioli, bangers and mash, shepherd's pie, steak and more, are on offer to accompany your drink. Located close to the CenturyLink Field, this pub is a great place to drop by, before or after a game.
The Pine Box is an elegant bar in town. The brainchild of Ian Roberts, its antique elements, artisan woodwork, high ceiling, huge mirrors and glass windows, create a distinct charm that just grows on you every time you visit this place. They have 30 tap beers and more than 40 varieties of whiskey from all over the country. Enjoy their happy hours and nosh on the tasty bites.
With the beautiful new baseball and football stadiums in place, this pub thrives in its sports-oriented neighborhood. Big and industrial with high ceilings, brick walls and concrete floors, the pub is still comfortable with huge wooden bars and tables, modern lighting and art. This pub/brewery lends itself to lively conversation and fun. Four enormous televisions light the place up. Quality pub grub fills the menu. Numerous seasonal beers complement classic Pyramid favorites. The brewery tours run daily.
The American dream is alive and well here at Georgetown Brewing Company. Friends Roger Bialous and Manny Chao turned their brewing-in-the-garage hobby into this fixture of the Pacific Northwest beer scene. With five full-time brews and many others on tap, free samples make this the place for beer geeks to nerd out. Not sure which beer is right for you? The friendly staff is there to answer all your questions. Have a lot of questions? Take a Saturday brewery tour and learn how that fine beverage you're holding is made (just make sure to reserve your spot beforehand).
At this loud and spacious college hangout, conveniently near the University of Washington campus, you'll find traditional college fare, pizza, nachos, soups and sandwiches and beer. This microbrewery, one of several in the area, makes and serves several unique brews. Students and faculty alike come to Big Time Brewing Company to relax. Don't be surprised to see groups of students (and sometimes their instructors) discussing class projects over beer and munchies. Stop by to hang out, drink and play shuffleboard with the local college crowd.
Owner Mike Hale opened Hale's Ales Brewery & Pub after spending a year in southern England. Since 1984 he has handcrafted signature ales such as Hale's Pale, Moss Bay Extra and Tom Sheimo's Favorite Bitter in his small on-site brewery. Sample his work at the adjoining pub, which has curvy wooden walls and a view of the brewing vats. The menu features finger foods like sandwiches, pizza and burgers with gourmet twists. Try the Hickory Burger with smoked bacon, cheddar and stout barbecue sauce or the Grilled Portobello Sandwich. Entrees include Grilled Yellowfin and Dublin-Style Barbecued Pork.
Located in the West Seattle neighborhood, this amazing beer garden is known across the city, for serving some of the most eclectic range of craft beers. With over 1300 labels in their kitty, the Beer Junction is claimed to have the largest collection of brews in Seattle. A beer aficionado's dream come true, this place is perfect to hangout during weekends or after work. With over 35 beers on tap, it satisfies even the most discerning palates. Food service isn't available, however, you can bring in some food of your won, or get it delivered from a nearby restaurant. Several events including, beer tasting and special nights are hosted here, to keep the customers in high spirits.
A series of brewers have tried their luck with this West Seattle Junction location. This latest opened here in 1997 and attempts to broaden its appeal by catering to families and hip urbanites. The decor favors brass, and the smoking section's location upstairs with the pool tables keeps the air fresher downstairs. The pub has 10 beers on tap, six brewed onsite. There's also root beer on tap for the kids. Burgers and sandwiches dominate the menu. Hear live folk and jazz music most Saturdays. Call ahead for hours.
Established in 1990, Maritime Pacific Brewing Company is a family-owned micro-brew business that produces local staples like the Islander Pale Ale. They accentuate traditional recipes and brew ales and lagers according to the Northwest taste. To complement their brews, selection of food are also offered. Every ingredient is handcrafted the same way their beers and ales are. Warm atmosphere and amazing selections of ales and lagers along with the Chef's delicious food; that's what has preserved its legacy.
Beveridge Place Pub is extremely popular among locals in Seattle. It may have something to do with the wide variety of pub games available, including darts, foosball, shuffleboard, old school arcade games, and a stack of communal board games. But the main star here is most definitely their staggering selection of draught beers and bottled beers, both local and from around the world. With antique decor and a relaxed atmosphere, this cozy and casual pub is the perfect place to grab a drink and make some new friends.