About 10 minutes from the centre, this place is located right by the water with lots of boats / docks. Located in a big building, the restaurant is quite big with a small bar area. About 10 beers on tap when I visited, all of which are available in single tasters for a great deal. Beer itself isn’t great, but the service is friendly and the place itself is very comfy. Worth a stop if in Everett.
Right on the docks this place was full of the local boat workers and owners. Nice and large, but only a tiny bar. Service was great and friendly, beers were cheap and quality is OK. 8 beers on tap and sample sizes, but no internet access. I wasn’t a fan of their beers, but a nice friendly stop and great if you like boats.
I’m surprised at the low reviews of this place. It seems to have picked up quite a lot. They have 11 of their own beers on draught, including a nitro tap. They seem to have a couple "experimental" beers there you won’t likely find outside the brewpub (e.g., Jalapeno Tripel 7). Solid quality to the beers, and the "flights" are reasonably priced and perfectly customizable. If you’re so inclined, you can pick up a few bottles to take home. Nice crowd and a fun time. I wish more brewpubs were like this.
Everett’s premier brewpub has an upscale family sports bar atmosphere complete with a wait staff of predominately attractive blonde girls. The beer is solid and cheap although they don’t do sampler platters anymore which is a big negative in my book.
White decor with a lot of nautical pennants. And what looked to be a 5" naval shell. Six taps of own brews plus lots of beer to go. Food was nice, though hard to find something not all cheesed. Good service. Good experience.
Neat building right on the water. My wife was concerned since the parking lot is out over the water. No frills not a neuvo brewpub in any way. But service was great, beer was the best price I have seen (under $4 pint). Food, well, not great, but decent prices and not too bad. Kids enjoyed it too. I will be back, nice laid back atmosphere and games for the kids and kids at heart.
Serviceable converted light industrial location of some kind. They’ve cleaned it up pretty well. They have a couple of flat screen tvs up, but it still feels a hair’s breadth removed from a cafeteria at a ferry dock.
The taps are all SB--about 10. They always have a seasonal or two and a nitro among them. The waitstaff is a bunch of kids. The beer here is quite nondescript, and the food is barely at Denny’s level--egg shells in the salad, a bunch of stuff pulled out of hermetically sealed industrial food supply bags and deep-fried.
If you’re hardcore about hitting breweries, this one is acceptable, but if you have non-beer-geeks in your group, you can do better. There’s just not much happening here--no other beers, no activities, just a small square dining room.