Ice Harbor Brewing | Kennewick, Washington
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Ice Harbor Brewing
Currently with 6 ratings
Type: Brewpub (see listing)

206 N. Benton St.
Kennewick, Washington United States 99336 [ print map ]
509 582 5340 | food menu | beer menu

Hours: Mon-Thur 11am-9pm; 11am-11pm Fri-Sat

Mayor: maxwelldeux (4) | Taps: 8+ | Bottles: 8

Ice Harbor Brewing

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Beer Available At Ice Harbor Brewing (arranged by most recent)
Ice Harbor Black IPA , Ice Harbor Double Red Ale - Fresh Hop , Ice Harbor Tangerine exBEERience Hefeweizen 52, Ice Harbor Nut Brown Ale , Ice Harbor Imperial Porter , Ice Harbor Harvest Pale Ale 85, Ice Harbor Columbia Kölsch Brand Ale 36, Ice Harbor IWA Indian Winter Ale 78, Ice Harbor Sternwheeler Stout 95, Ice Harbor Barley Wine Style Ale 74, Ice Harbor Hop Warrior Imperial IPA 85
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6 reviews for Ice Harbor Brewing
 Ambiance  87%
 Service  82%
 Selection  73%
 Food  78%
 Value  78%
 Overall  77%
 Rating  80%

  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 15/20
maxwelldeux  (140) Snohomish, Washington | December 13, 2014
Nice place tucked into Kennewick. Definitely a locals establishment, but it’s a great spot for a beer lover. They do tours, food, beer, homebrewing, etc. They had about 8 taps, all of their own stuff. The flight was 6 beers generally of their flagship stuff. They have a cooler with quite a few of their own bottles you can purchase and take with you. The food was decent bar food - but the fried pickles were amazing with the sauce. Beer is of solid quality as well!
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 16/20
BrewDad  (452) Olympia, Washington | September 9, 2010
With two locations you will never be with out a seat. Oh wait its Ice Harbor and they’re always packed. I had the opportunity last fall to go to both Ice Harbors in one day and what a treat. They’re located with in a few miles of each other and have two separate distinct looks and feel. The original “Pub” is an old warehouse right off the train tracks with that rustic feel. With a homebrew shop right there what else does a beer geek need? When a train passes be sure to be in the main bar area they spin the discount wheel and where it lands is what the special for beer prices are for the next 10 minutes. Spin the wheel and hope for that cheap price. They have some great beers from light ales to a heavy Barley Wine that will put you to sleep. Good pub food and live music always at the pub. As for the newest pub they call the “Marina” they also have pub food and live music. Gotta give Ice harbor credit they keep busy if not one event they might have two going on the same day. The same beers as the main pub and with the couple miles travel the beers do not lose on flavor. Ice Harbor for this beer lover is the shizzle in the Tri-Cities. Make a stop they are kid friendly with free WiFi and get there early when it comes to football watching or you maybe out of luck on finding a seat.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 10/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 17/20
afterglow  (11) Florida | March 26, 2009
This place is awesome. A really cool unfinished look that made me feel like I was at my home watering hole. The staff couldn’t be more friendly and helpful. Everyone was very knowledgeable and passionate about beer. The Pale Ale, IPA, and Stout were all fantastic. The homebrew store was an added bonus for my uncle who is looking into brewing. The food was some of the best pub food I have ever had and there mustard is the best I have ever had in my life. If you are ever in Kennewick this is a must stop.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 17/20
19Ei8hty  (85) Washington | October 5, 2008
Very cool place. Stopped by for the Fresh Hop Fest on Oct 4th. Nice atmosphere, good food, and people working who knew the right way to fill a growler. Great selection of IPA’s from the heart of Hop Country. Side Note - man it was great driving down I-82 and smelling the hops in the air from the freeway on our way to El Pasco. That picture should be updated place was much nicer than a few lawn chairs and a cheap banner.
BückDich  (215) McCall, Idaho | May 10, 2005
Right next to "the tracks" in an old farmers market looking building. Brick walls, large interior with several unique rooms. A large "commons" room with plenty of tables and roudy local kids. A "record room" which was covered entirely in vintage records, that creeped me out. A homebrew shop where you could also buy bottled Ice Harbor beers. Upstairs lounge with extra seating and games away from the hussle. The staff was mostly flair with a little knowledge. They summoned the brewer though and he seemed like a nice enough bloke. Lots of beers of tap, some of them decent and unique. Looks like they rotate them often as well, which is a plus for some.
Oakes  (744) Vancouver, British Columbia | May 9, 2005
Neat space, a big brick building...I think they said it was a granary. Has a cool half-finished look to it. Service was solid, considering it was reasonably busy when we arrived. Brewer came by for a chat. Darts and pool upstairs are upstairs. They have a homebrew store on site as well. Most of the beers were okay, but nothing too flashy. Probably the best atmosphere of any brewpub in SE Washington.

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