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Old 10-20-2009, 04:02 AM   #1
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I just got back from Seattle and got a chance to visit Pike Brewery. The beer there is amazing, and the setup is pretty cool. Their brewery runs through the middle of a mall. I was hoping to have some beer from there shipped back home but unfortunately they don't ship to KS . I was a little bummed because i missed out on the tour. I guess you have to schedule in advance.
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Here's a few pics from topside.




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Old 10-20-2009, 05:24 AM   #2
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that's pretty cool. I wonder if they ever get punk kids sticking their gum on the shiny copper or otherwise defacing the beautiful equipment...

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Old 10-25-2009, 11:12 PM   #3
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Nice, glad you enjoyed it. I go there after work just about every Friday for a few beers to get the evening started right.

The "mall" is actually a part of Pike Place Market.

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This is one of the first places I ever had "microbrew"... truly an awakening experience! The setting doesn't hurt either ;-)

I haven't been there in a few years, thanks for the walk down memory lane!

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I am a little sad they don't sell pitchers of the double IPA that and it is always crowded.

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I always go to Pike before shows at the Showbox.

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Old 10-28-2009, 12:24 AM   #7
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Nice, glad you enjoyed it. I go there after work just about every Friday for a few beers to get the evening started right.

The "mall" is actually a part of Pike Place Market.

You lucky dog. I love the beer there.
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That place is nice, but yes, busy as heck all the time.

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I don't get there often as there are so many wonderful breweries in the area and I live a bit north of the city. I did get there last weekend though as I was staying in Seattle for the weekend. They had Lindemans Rasberry Lambic on a guest tap and it was a wonderful compliment to the IPA.

If there is something specific you really wanted to ship let me know. I may be able to pick you some up sometime and ship it to you.

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I don't get there often as there are so many wonderful breweries in the area and I live a bit north of the city. I did get there last weekend though as I was staying in Seattle for the weekend. They had Lindemans Rasberry Lambic on a guest tap and it was a wonderful compliment to the IPA.

If there is something specific you really wanted to ship let me know. I may be able to pick you some up sometime and ship it to you.
wow thanks for the offer. I'm good now though. I have 30 gallons of beer sitting in my basement in buckets, carboys, and bottles.

Lol my SWMBO tells me i have enough beer already. I try and tell her you can never have too much
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