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Disfrute de un almuerzo o una cena en este restaurante de la década de 1920 de estilo industrial y vea cómo se hace la cerveza con sus propios ojos. El creativo menú complementa bien con las cervezas. Pruebe la salchicha alemana con costilla de cerdo ahumada, tocino y chucrut, y el salmón escalfado. ¡Y de postre no se olvide del helado flotante en stout Pike Street! Para terminar, una buena opción es un cigarro en el Lounge. El pub también acoge reuniones, recepciones y fiestas de hasta 500 personas, con servicio de mesa o buffet. También puede visitar el Microbrewery Museum de Seattle.
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.
Started in 2009, Fremont Brewing has gained status as one of Seattle's best breweries with its excellent small-batch brews made with local ingredients. This family-run 30-barrel brewery doubles up as a modern-day beer bar and garden, with a long list of craft beer selections which are supplied from the brewery, while pretzels and other light snacks are also available on the menu. Visitors can also bring along their own food or order in from one of the nearby eateries. IPAs, Abominable Winter Ale and Interurban IPAs are some of their more popular brews.
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).
The beers brewed at Elysian Brewing Company include The Immortal and The Wise, while on the menu you'll find such classic bar food as steak frites, beer battered fish and chips and schnitzel. A good place for locals, Elysian Brewing Company is known Seattle-wide for its unique beers, laid back attitude and kitschy bar decor. Packs of the beers are also available to take home with you.
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.
Feel like tasting some wines but don't want to leave the city? Urban Winery has got you covered. As its name suggests, this charming husband and wife-run winery is located right here in the city, just north of downtown. Owners Jason and Jill are most hospitable hosts, eager to share their passion with fellow wine-lovers. Along with tasting some of the best local wines Seattle has to offer, you might just make some new friends.
Located on 15th Avenue, the Cadence Winery is known for its incredible Bordeaux vintages. Their in-house wines are Bel Canto, Camerata, Tapteil, Ciel Du Cheval and Coda. The wines are often flavored with other fruits and spices. Dark cherry is the most common fruit used to add flavor along with other ingredients. For instance, the Bel Canto 2012 has a distinct flavor of dark cherries while the Ciel Du Cheval has a herbs and dark cherry flavor.
Small in size, but big on flavor, Mac & Jack's Brewery has legions of fans that keep coming back for more. This Redmond brewery offers free tours (and free samples!) on Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00p and 3:00p. Bring your own growler and take home all your favorites. For those with an environmental bent, take pride in knowing the beer you are drinking is made from environmentally-friendly practices, as Mac & Jack make environmentalism a top priority. First and foremost, though, come here for the great-tasting beer.
Situated at the top of a hill, this secluded winery delights its patrons with delicious wines, a scenic setting and a homey atmosphere. Owners John and Peggy revel in treating guests like royalty, offering valet parking for that extra luxurious touch. After a visit to JM Cellars, you will feel as if you've discovered a secret that you want to keep all your own.
Escape the city and head to DeLille Cellars for a taste of elegance. Take a tour of the facilities and learn how the wine is made; you will have a newfound appreciation for this magnificent creation. Enjoy tasting some of Washington's best wines either out on the terrace, or if the weather dictates, inside in the tasting room. Upon your return to the city, you will be rested, relaxed and rejuivinated for your further explorations of "the pearl of the Pacific Northwest."
At Silver City Brewery, the goal is to produce brews that seasoned beer drinkers will find authentic and yet have their own, distinct touch. The beers manufactured here have become rather popular and in addition to the brewery, can be found at bars and restaurants across the Puget Sound region. If you want to enjoy original beers in a friendly atmosphere, then this is the place you want to be at.