Brouwer’s Cafe | Seattle, Washington
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Brouwer’s Cafe
World Class based on 156 ratings
Type: Bar

400 North 35th Street
Seattle, Washington United States 98103 [ print map ]
206 267 2437 | twitter | food menu | beer menu

Hours: 11am - 2am

Mayor: 5000 (43) | Taps: 64 | Bottles: 300

Brouwer’s Cafe

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Beer Available At Brouwer’s Cafe (arranged by most recent)
Bale Breaker Topcutter IPA 97, Elysian Hopped to the 9s All Day Everyday , Anchorage A Deal With The Devil Barleywine 99, Great Divide Old Ruffian 99, Lagunitas Olde GnarlyWine 99, Logsdon Seizoen 98, Mikkeller Jackie Brown 97, Lost Abbey Bottleworks 15th Anniversary Ale 94, Stone Go To IPA 97, Bayern Bad Santa Eisbock , Beer Valley HPFM Triple IPA , Urban Family Low Hangin’ Fruit IPA , Hi-Fi Blue Danube , Andechser Weissbier Hell 96, O’Hanlon’s Thomas Hardy’s Ale (2003 - 2008) 100, Boneyard Suge Knite 96, Spinnaker Bay Three Sheets to the Wind , Pike Hopulus Erectus , Elysian Yippee Ki Yay , Stoup T2R Haymaker
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156 reviews for Brouwer’s Cafe
 Ambiance  88%
 Service  76%
 Selection  94%
 Food  80%
 Value  70%
 Overall  86%
 Rating  99%
Rating Distribution

  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 10/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 19/20
BückDich  (215) McCall, Idaho | September 26, 2005
Just like Cancun was engineered from the ground up to be appealing to college binge drinkers, this place was built with the beergeek in mind. Unassuming but relaxed exterior, upscale interior with very classy decor, not too cheesy. Wide tap selection, the belgins are a bit pricey but there’s plenty to be had. Lots of bottles. I didn’t talk to the staff much about the beer but they answered any questions I had. The food was great, a bit spendy, but there were plenty of other things on the menu I’d love to try next time I’m there. This place rocks!
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 18/20
leitrim65  (16) Seattle, Washington | August 29, 2005
Hidden away on the backstreets of Fremont. This place is a dream for beer lovers. The setting is Belgium with steel and faux rock throughout the place. An awesome selection of Belgians and American micros, on tap (50+) and in the bottle (200+). All are poured in the appropriate glassware. Quality food to compliment top notch beers and spirits.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 18/20
DrunkAsASkunk  (40) Lynnwood, Washington | August 18, 2005
This place absolutely frickin rocks! Ambiance is extremely dark and a mix of mellow and loud with decent music. Excellent service with just about the most knowledgable beer staff you will ever meet. Obviously it can get hectic at times but overall service is very attentive. Food is excellent. Hundreds of bottles to choose from, a little pricey but you know what, who cares, it an excellent selection. Easily 200+ beers to choose from.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 15/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 17/20
JoeMcPhee  (502) Toronto, ON, Ontario | June 18, 2005
Awesome place for a pint. High ceilings with an upstairs loft that surrounds the downstairs bar. Great selection of local and imported taps with a huge bottle list to boot. The food I had was simple but well done. Knowledgable staff never hurts either, and our server answered every question I had. A great place for a pint and a must see while in Seattle.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 16/20
3fourths  (1271) Boulder, Colorado | May 4, 2005| Updated February 12, 2008
One of the best beer bars in the country. Doesn’t have the atmosphere of the Falling Rock or Toronado, but the beer selection on draft and in bottles in fantastic. It’s a very nice looking building with a killer interior, but it appears as more of a wine bar and yuppie hangout than strictly a beer bar. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. The food is expensive, even for the Fremont district, but it’s worth going to hang out for a few hours. Easy to find, easy to find good parking, and the staff and owners are great. If you come during peak hours you’ll be standing around for a while, and sometimes the servers can take too long to find you, but it’s not something I usually complain about. If you’re at a beer bar, you’re certainly not in a hurry. You can not afford to miss this place when in Seattle. Only minutes from downtown.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 15/15   FOOD 9/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 19/20
mreeves  (36) Sammamish, Washington | April 15, 2005
The beer mecca that it’s cracked up to be. Funky, windowless place with some very artsy decorations. I went during the Hard Liver Barleywine Festival, and the choices were outstanding. The most surprising part was that the food was really good too. I highly recommend the lamb sausage sandwich. Definitely the most knowledgeable staff you’re going to find about beer and the only place to go if you need to find outstanding beer in Seattle.

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