I was on the island near Oak Harbor, so I thought I would visit the brewery. Small place, wooden exterior, snug but homey inside. Aside from the tap handles and the brewery equipment behind the bar I would have no idea this is a brewery. Even the equipment is a bit hidden. More of an airplane themed place. Staff was average from my experience. My wife had the salad but menu was typical pub food. Beer is all fine, you’ll find one you like and one you don’t and the rest will be unmemorable. Only come here if you happen to be in the area.
A themed bar for the US Airforce. A bit over the top and tacky for me, but no offensive. Service was great, she knew all her styles and had the spiel down pat. Good large selection and a sampler was available for cheap. I had an appetizer which was great and pricing was reasonable. Overall the beer was OK, with a few surprises. I would happily pay them a visit again.
Typical sports bar-ish brewpub right on Hwy 20. Not really on the way to anything unless you’re coming from mainland WA and taking a ferry over to Port Towsend (or coming back). Beer quality is pretty average, with a couple of above average ones. Didn’t have the food, but it looked like your standard pub fare. Cool place worth a quick stop if you’re coming by, but I wouldn’t go out of my way.
stopped there to check out the local brewpub. had two of their stouts which were okay. was not too impressed with the ’nachos’ which is a basket of chips and a skillet of all the stuff you would put on the nachos, more like a been dip. the groud beef didnt quite taste right, like old meat that had been left out. wife said it tasted a bit like bleech. i have heard that the burgers are pretty good but will have to let you know on a later date. service was okay, but the staff on the floor didnt seem to be able to answer any questions about the beer. menu was large but not too large. overall an okay visit but not as impressed as the locals make it sound. but when in oak harbor what else do you have to chose from.
This was a nice stop while driving up this beautiful island. I love the vintage aerospace theme. The food was good. I had this stack of fresh mozzarella, thick tomato slices, balsamic vinegar and basil. Man this hit the spot. The beer did too. It wasn’t epic but pretty solid. I hope to get back here.
Stopped in, for the first time, to grab a quick lunch bite. Small pub with a nice little ’aviation’ theme going on. They had about eight of their own brews on, along with some other standards. I’ve noticed some mixed reviews for their porter, so I went for it. I thought it was fantastic! One of the more enjoyable porters I have had in a while. The IPA was nice as well. Although hard to tell, based on the timing of my particular visit, the service was fine. Only had the fish and chips, so I cannot comment on their dinner items. The menu looks nice (can get pricey in spots, especially if the quality doesn’t happen to hold up), so I would be willing to give them a dinner shot at some point. I certainly look forward to trying a few more of their brews.
Beer hall with flight memorabilia. Owner served on the Coral Sea. Smoked salmon and oysters are the best ever. The salmon is smoked on site, and the oysters were the plumpest and tastiest - beat anything at the best oyster places in Seattle and Bellevue. Except they come as shooters. Seven of their beers on tap. A great place, even though quite a bit country. Like deep fried dill pickles. Those are tasty though.
The atmosphere is friendly. The service is always great. The Food is good. They have a great selection of house beers; and on brewer’s nights they serve beers/ales from guest breweries. It is by far one of the best places to go in Oak Harbor.
I love all the aviation stuff on the walls. Service has always been well above average and friendly. A great selection of both house and guest brews. Food is very good. Everything is fairly priced. Overall Flyers is worth going out of your way for.