ok looking place,lots of gray IIRC, nothing fancy, industrailish I guess. Service was good, but I only had a couple beers I got at the bar. Happened to be a Silver City Tap takeover as part of thier anniversary celebration. Silver city crew was there handing out swag. must of had 10-15 of silver city on tap. I had the cask saison and Fat Woody Scotch ale. easy bus ride from down town.
This place is awesome. We have nothing like this in Atlanta. A failry decent sized place. Sat at the tables on the left hand side of the bar. Very good service. Nice selection of drafts. I was able to try Blind Pig on tap. The food selection wasn’t as awful as everyone makes it out to be. This place is a great place to drink. It is in an awesome part of town. Second to Uber in my opinion.
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.
Been coming here for years, and seen it change some but it is always consistent and solid. The addition of the outdoor area makes it even better when the weather permits. Draft selection these days is close to half house beers and half guest taps. Food is decent enough, but not the type of meal that will bring me back in often. Service away from the bar is usually friendly, but sometimes can be spotty on knowledge and/or attentiveness. Clean place and allows children.
Packed in place. Great service. Excellent fries. Wonderful beer list with about 10 of their own--a wide variety from sours to session to barelywine-- and 10 guests. mostly regional. The screening room, their other half, was closed--the place has a thematic interest in older movies.
OldMrCrow (87) Seattle, Washington | July 11, 2009| Updated August 6, 2009
Nice new addition to the Seattle scene. Awesome focus on the PacNW region, food aims toward organic and local. Gotta love the fire sale they were having when I got in there -- lots of good bottles at wholesale cost for take away only. Downsides: (a) The acoustics are pretty awful in what is otherwise quite a nice space. (b) The wife claims that the food sucks. It’s not exceptional, but "sucks" is too strong.
Sour tasting 8/05/09 was awesome. $25 bought 14 sours, very few of them boring, including Consecration bottle and draft, St. Lamvinus draft, and Cascade The Vine. Service at this event was A+.
I stop by this place on occasion after going to the zoo with my kid. Food is decent, atmosphere is chill. Taplist is split between Naked City beer and a half-dozen or so guest taps. I haven’t ever been in the evening, but it’s a nice, friendly, dark, quiet place in the afternoon. I’m a fan.
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 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.
Don’t let them tell you that Brouwer’s is the #1place for beer in Seattle. For me that is Naked City. Very friendly waitstaff. Great ambience; one half is a place to sit with couches and you can watch great old movies on the big screen, with subtitles. Excellent beer selection of both in house and rotating taps from other breweries. This is the place for me in Seattle.