I have been here several times and they always have something new on tap that is local and I have not tried. They have also a list of what will replace the beers currently on tap to entice you to return. Amazing place for a great selection of Washington beers.
Good vibe. Good service. The food is reasonable. There’s a very nice selection of beer on tap. This brewpub puts out their own beers as well as putting on some very good taps from the area and the region. Very good spot to check out.
I absolutely love this place. Beyond the calm, chill, and not pretentious atmosphere, the friendly service even when busy, the option for vegan friendly hearty food that’s great, and the fact that they have somewhere around 24 taps, that rotate consistently of course, but...they also don’t overcharge (!!), which these days happens not as often as it used to.
This is for these reasons, which are all incredibly solid, why this is now what I would consider to be thee taphouse to regular and/or stop by when you’re in town.
Good location in Greenwood, next door to Flying Bike, and walking distance from Chuck’s on 85th. I’m very impressed with this place, and continue to recommend it to people who are visiting the Seattle area. Dozens of taps, with at least a dozen guest taps. Impressive food menu, that shys away from the fancy stuff, and sticks to what I enjoy, which is burgers and sandwiches and such. Good beer, good food, and a huge outdoor beer garden. Always enjoy coming here.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | August 8, 2011
Cool joint with their own beers which were ok to good and a bunch of guest taps. Atmosphere was pretty cool. Definitely worth a stop if you’re anywhere near by.
We stopped in here on a Friday to start a Beer Hike and dove right in to the sampler. The bartender was friendly, knowledgeable and offered my wife multiple samples till she found the right cider that morning. They have a lot of house-brewed beers on and a surprisingly large selection of guest beers. House beers were all good to better than good, IMO. We had a basket of fries that were on point. A really nice option for some pints.
Really liked this place. The cheddar mustard dipping sauce with the pretzel was divine. The new Naked City beers on tap are great, and the prices are a touch below what I normally see. ambiance is nice. Will be back often.
A nice large tap room with a large bar and some indoor seating but the kicker is a nice outdoor area. Server was happy to talk about beers and was prompt with everything. A great number of their own beers on tap and samplers were available as well. Food was very good with a variety of sandwiches available. Prices seemed fair for the area. A pretty great taproom.
I’m lucky enough to live within walking distance - this is one of Seattle’s best beer bars, and they made it especially interesting when they opened their own brewing operation recently. The beer selection is fantastic - constantly rotating taps, usually featuring a few of their own and a good deal of other regional brews, as well as a bunch of other really great domestic and imported craft brews. I’ve seen RR Consecration, LA Angel’s, and The Abyss on tap here - so they know their stuff. The service is prompt, and friendly enough, though as often as I’m in I don’t feel like they recognize me as a return customer. Kids are allowed in the restaurant portion, but I’d certainly stop short of calling it a good place for kids - this is definitely geared toward people who know and like really good beer. My one complaint is the food. The menu doesn’t change much at all, and what’s there could be a lot better. The pretzel is great, but the rest of the menu seems like it’s only there because it has to be. The place is absolutely packed on a Friday or Saturday night, but they could be raking in the afternoon crowds with a better food selection. They’re now open at noon over the weekend, but are still closed until 4 p.m. on weekdays - something I’d love to see change. It’s a great place overall, though, and I’ll certainly remain a return customer.
One of the top new taphouses to hit Seattle recently; a beautiful, long bar seats probably 20 or more; another slender bench in the bar area for more seating and a host of tables; 20+ taps of mostly local offerings as well as their own brews (look forward to more!); haven’t eaten their yet, but the menu has a german feel to it that more than just the average pub grub; was packed on a recent friday night, so this has been a hit with the neighborhood