theisti (903) Kansas | August 16, 2007| Updated September 8, 2014
Update 8/20/08 - it’s official, Uber is my favorite place in the world to get a beer. Thanks guys. Update - Visited again on 3/20/08. Great crowd, and ordered off the book of menus this time. The lineup was sick this time, really rare stuff. Just an incredible vibe all around, and the service was even better this time around. Thanks to the folks behind Uber for putting together such an incredible bar. Visited on 8/13/07, met after4ever for a few. This place is very simple - taps, bottles and just enough place to drink them. The tap and bottle selection was well represented by their web site when I was there. Bartender was very helpful in helping me choose the first beer. This is a great beer geek bar.
100 = ★★★★★ (A very special beer place)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
This is a great little beer geek joint. It happens to be a block from my house (lucky me). The atmosphere is warm and approachable. The easy going staff are happy to educate you on the vast and unique selection. The rotating taps are inspiring and the special event nights are amazing fun. Thank you UBER for a slice of beer heaven.
Finally made it in to check this place out...just an incredible place. A great selection, as has been pointed out.
I had a Salopian Entire Butt Porter on draft, a Walking Man Saazsquatch, which they say is "the only keg in WA", a Scotch de Silly, a He’Brew Genesis 10:10, and a St. Bern. Abt 12 60th ann.....
Great place to drink some good beers...the bartender(he was not the owner) knew his beer, and was a great guy. He was also a Ratebeer guy, as he called out a couple of my posts on here that I had to fess up to. He said there will be some nice surprises over the next couple of months...."it will be worth coming in on a weekly basis".
I picked up a Pelican Bridal and Stone 10th Anniversary....
They have the C-Note on tap still, but are out of the Speakeasy Double Daddy.
Not a large space, so might be tough with a large group or on the weekends.
Very small place. A bit far from Seattle center, but certainly worth a visit. It got a huge selection of good beers. Some ratebeerians present. Very nice people, they gave me a lot of free samples and we even opened a bottle that one of the guys brought from home. Very nice place.
After visiting Brouwers Cafe I thought all other Seattle spots were going to be nothing in comparison - WRONG. Uber Tavern, although strangely located next to a gun shop on a highway - is one of the most memorable bars I’ve ever visited. A smaller bar with a nice relaxing (almost cozy) environment with the big fireplace in the center of the room. The beer menu here is a beer nerd/stat geek’s dream. Much like Pony bar (NYC), everything is electronically displayed, only taken a step further. Each beer is listed along with details listing describing the brewery, style, multiple serving sizes, correpsonding pricing, and how much of the keg is remaining. Everything is offered in a smaller size which is convenient for sampling or just avoiding the brutalness of the high octane beers they have on draft. The list is diverse and spectacular. The bottle list is legit as well. Everything is priced extremely reasonably. A must - stop if you are in Seattle.