A short walk from another neighborhood brewpub which is really cool. You can walk just a few blocks and hit some beer and good restaurants. Rather large space but the bar is pretty tiny. Didn’t get any of the food but a quick look at the menu showed some promising items. Another large and varied selection of beer they make onsite. In one corner you can get a glimpse of the brewing room. Very tall ceilings with more exposed dark wood. It has a 50’s style vide to it, really nice. Service was good for a Saturday afternoon. With as large as the place it, there was still plenty of room for others to sit and enjoy some good brews. Only had enough time for one beer but when I saw they had a cherry wheat, I was sold. The rest of the beer menu looked great and worth trying. I fear with them recently being bought by Budweiser (AB InBev) and then merging with SABMiller, things won’t stay the same for long. Definitely worth going back but I don’t know for how much longer.
Visited afternoon on Thursday June 25, 2015. Very close to Bluebird, and less hot too. Didn’t have any wifi for me though. Had a few samples, also had mates with me that I could sample from as well, so got a couple of ratings in here. Friendly place, well worth visiting.
An expansive brewpub featuring over a dozen Elysian beers on tap. Preset flights available, though they did a custom one for me which was nice. Service is no frills but fairly prompt and accommodating. Prices are reasonable. Not the most exciting place to come, but if stuck in the area and looking for a good drink or two, this place will do just fine.
I was there already in 2011 and really enjoyed it! Some nice beers on the list, it was also my introduction into American beers. Very friendly people and they looked surprised that there was a Belgian guy in the pub to taste beers. One big family!
Great Seattle brewpub, nice pub food, nice roomy but beery vibe. Something for everyone. Good taps, something new usually. Brew equipment at the back of the room. Worth a visit in Seattle and reasonable prices too.
Big brewpub location. Parking here seems like it could be a problem, but we were able to grab one of the handful of spaces in the lot behind the building.
They had something like 14 or 15 beers on tap during our stop. They do flights, but they offer premade flights which is kind of annoying. Luckily, the two flights they had going were all beers I’d never had before. They’re $10 each for 5 beers, which isn’t terribly cheap. Beer quality was hit or miss, unfortunately.
Lots of interesting beers on tap, which is cool. Service was good. Food and cocktail list is pretty good as well. Recommended.