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mach9 11-23-2011 03:00 AM

Seattle, WA trip
 
I just landed in Seattle today, looking for places (read breweries/pubs) to go. Any suggestions appreciated....mindful I'm on foot or public transit and in the heart of Seattle

jmo88 11-23-2011 03:03 AM

Brouwer's and Stumbling Monk if you like Belgians and truly unique beers. They're both two of the best pubs in the city. Sumbling Monk is probably easier to get to, it's in Capitol Hill. Brouwer's is in Fremont but definitely worth the slightly longer bus ride.

Also, Feierabend is a great lager pub with a good vibe and a dozen or so German and Czech Lager taps. It's really close to downtown. Awesome pretzels, fried pickles and German fare– a rare thing for Seattle.

RDWHAHB 11-23-2011 04:27 AM

Naked city. Run by a member here. I think it is up north? Greenwood or something?

BenjaminBier 11-23-2011 05:07 AM

I was also going to say Naked City 85th and Greenwood, somewhat north of the Greenlake neighborhood. Has got to be one of the best!

Cruise up Phinney Ridge and stop by Prost, 74th St Alehouse on your way north. On your way back downtown via Aurora (Hwy 99) stop by Das Über.

Circle complete! Check it I made a map to help! Phinney Ridge great pubs tour

Check out the bus route up there, it is very simple!

bengerman 11-23-2011 05:50 AM

Uber tavern on 75th and aurora is great. hundreds of bottles, usually about 8 micros on tap and people who know beer behind the bar. the pizza place that delivers there is awesome, too.

Batinse 11-23-2011 06:03 AM

Not beer related, but best pizza I've ever had is served at Serious Pie. It's close to downtown & Pike pl. Market on Virginia St. You could always drink beer with your pie. It's a bit pricey (for pizza), but worth it (imo). No reservations!

FreeStylerz 12-22-2011 02:53 AM

Pike Brewing Company was a cool place to hang. It's near the Pike market, 1st Ave area. Owl N Thistle reminded me of a good Irish pub. There was an awesome lounge that is in some corner across from Pike Brewing Company or a block after the museum. Those bartenders no how to make great mixers. You should download an application for happy hours because Seattle has so many places for drinks!!! At Pike, my bartender (she was cool as hell) said Seattle has the most happy hour places. Starbucks even does happy hours as well.

neo68710 12-23-2011 06:46 PM

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Originally Posted by bengerman (Post 3510942)
Uber tavern on 75th and aurora is great. hundreds of bottles, usually about 8 micros on tap and people who know beer behind the bar. the pizza place that delivers there is awesome, too.

I second that and if you don't like pizza just head up N 67th St. to Greenwood Ave and have a Red Mill Burger best burger you'll ever eat CHEERS!:mug:

P.S. Kind of small but has a nice fire pit for warming up from the cold nights and a couch.

america 12-30-2011 09:27 PM

+ 1 for Brouwer's, Naked City, and Uber Tavern.

If you don't feel like traveling out of downtown you can go to Tap House Grill. The food isn't amazing or anything, but they do have ~160 beers on tap. They are out of things from time to time, but you should be able to find something you like there.

dewmonster 01-17-2012 04:28 PM

Red hook is always a fun place to go. They have their regular beers on tap ( blonde, ipa, esb) and also have a couple special beers. They have a cask beer on tap as well


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