Slippery Pig Brewery | Poulsbo, Washington
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Slippery Pig Brewery
Currently with 5 ratings
Type: Brewpub (see listing)

18801 Front Street NE
Poulsbo, Washington United States 98370 [ print map ]
360 394 1686

Hours: F 4-8, Sa 2-8, Su 2-6

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Slippery Pig Brewery

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Beer Available At Slippery Pig Brewery (arranged by most recent)
Kastellan / Triceratops Jurassic Amber , Slippery Pig Western Red Cedar , Slippery Pig Mixed Berry Amber , Slippery Pig White Chocolate Stout , Slippery Pig Double Snouter , Slippery Pig Dandelion Bitter , Slippery Pig Apothecary Mary , Slippery Pig Cranberry Lager , Slippery Pig BKR Kölsch , Slippery Pig Kiwi Lager
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5 reviews for Slippery Pig Brewery
 Ambiance  96%
 Service  92%
 Selection  81%
 Food N/A 
 Value  88%
 Overall  83%
 Rating  85%

  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 15/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 10/10   OVERALL 14/20
mully262  (23) Lakeville, Minnesota | September 30, 2013
Visiting from Minnesota. Had such a good time, we had to like them on FB. Reminds me of a place in Wisconsin, called Dave’s Brew Farm. Its all about a brewer who is passionate about his craft, and doesn’t give a shit about making massive amounts of money and getting overly commercialized. I respect that tremendously. Ambience is off the chart. Especially if you are visiting from out of town. You become one of the family, and it feels like a cross between a high school drink fest in a farmers field and a Texas barn dance. It really is a magical place, I highly recommend!
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 8/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 14/20
after4ever  (232) Brier, Washington | February 10, 2013
Man, this is a place that’s flying its own flag and is so much the better for it. You drive up the hill and out of downtown Poulsbo, up a dirt road, then wind through a dirt driveway until you get there. You’re going to someone’s house, and that’s exactly what it feels like. You pull up and you’re in the gravel or the mud, depending on how early you get there. There are pigs. There are chickens. You wander over to the open-sided shed area, and beers are pouring from a mostly-enclosed bar there. They keep the wind and rain out with tarps in the winter, and they have lots of free-standing propane heat lamps (lots of free-standing propane tanks waiting to be refilled, too). The beers here are overwhelmingly adjunct beers--they add plum, rhubarb, dandelion, pumpkin, or other unexpected ingredients almost every batch. They do weird things with yeast, and I can remember looking at the tap list one day last year and every beer seemed like it was over 8%. So you’re going to taste things here you’ve never tasted anywhere else. Mostly, this is awesome, but it’s very experimental, so some things may come out wildly sweet or otherwise not something you’d drink a pitcher of. But that’s so cool. There were murmurs among those at the bar of a pig roast in the near future, and they were rolling the brew system away on portable racks when we were here. This is good fun down home hanging out, Puget Sound style, at its very finest. I will definitely be back to the Pig.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 9/10   OVERALL 18/20
JoeMcPhee  (511) Toronto, ON, Ontario | September 24, 2012
Okay - now this place is cool. Down a long private driveway/gravel road, you find yourself driving into a sort of Mad Max meets orchard sort of place. A couple of small barnlike building and a roughed in roof covering an open patio. Furnished with simple mismathced wooden chairs that are spray painted to make a set, this place feels like your crazy uncle’s backyard. Except, did I mention that your crazy uncle brews beer with all the weirdness growing on his farm? They try to get their own ingredients into the beer and they do a good job of it. Even a non-alcoholic house brewed blackberry soda kn tap (much enjoyed by my pregnant wife). Friendly folks staffing the outdoor bar. It feels like a bar transported from a Caribbean Island to the Pacific Northwest. Awesome, awesome spot. A must see for any beer lover.
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 11/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 18/20
MarinaMarket  (12) POULSBO, Washington | February 8, 2012
Great people serving their own beers plus other local brews, all on a farm. The taps come out of the wall of a barn building. Great place for events too, due to a LOT of open space. What I love about Slippery Pig is that they brew beers that contain ingredients grown right there on the farm. Awesome!
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 15/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 10/10   OVERALL 19/20
BrewDad  (451) Olympia, Washington | January 11, 2012
This is also a not miss. Outside seating under a great barn and with a super atmosphere the peeps at Slippery pig make this a time you will go wow this is awesome. Great beers and one guest tap from Battenkill they really put on a great time. I will be back over and over for sure.

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