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Old 04-11-2012, 08:46 PM   #11
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I've been to Black Raven a few times, their beer is good too ... but no food.
But you can have flying saucer pizza delivered there... I like that part.

Elysian is delicious I just don't know where they are located and I don't know if I have had anything from Elliot bay.

 
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Old 04-11-2012, 08:49 PM   #12
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But you can have flying saucer pizza delivered there... I like that part.

Elysian is delicious I just don't know where they are located and I don't know if I have had anything from Elliot bay.
There's a couple.. one up on Capitol hill, one down by the stadiums on 1st, and one up in Greenlake. Men's Room.. yumm...

 
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:57 PM   #13
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Does it coincide with the NHC? June 20-24
unfortunately the conference im attending is the 19th to 21st and about 150 miles from Seattle. ill be there from the 15th to 19th then drive to the conference.

 
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Old 04-11-2012, 10:30 PM   #14
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unfortunately the conference im attending is the 19th to 21st and about 150 miles from Seattle. ill be there from the 15th to 19th then drive to the conference.
What city? there a many breweries in the outskirts.

 
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Old 04-12-2012, 04:19 PM   #15
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The 21st is just when the NHC is getting interesting. Seems like a missed opportunity to me... Then again, it's probably really really sold out now.
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Old 04-15-2012, 03:24 AM   #16
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Pike Street is good.
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Old 04-17-2012, 01:56 AM   #17
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I'd say you should hit Two Beers which is basically in a small warehousing zone in the industrial area south of downtown. Georgetown Brewing is nearby but they only do growler/keg sales and give free tasters (not a place to chill and enjoy a brew). Hale's is literally about 4 blocks from my house, if you go there PM me and I'll buy you a pint!
My favorite place in Seattle still has to be Naked City though. Don (who's HBT handle is Brewtopia) has a small scale brewery in the back and its a top notch tap house. Rotating taps, tons of variety, and delicious food. They've started making their own ice cream from time to time too. Last time I was there they had an ice cream infused with one of their Belgian Beers and bacon mixed in, amazing. As far as I'm concerned the place can do wrong. I make it a point to take every out-of-towner that comes to Seattle to Naked City at least once during their stay.

 
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My favorite place in Seattle still has to be Naked City though. Don (who's HBT handle is Brewtopia) has a small scale brewery in the back and its a top notch tap house. Rotating taps, tons of variety, and delicious food. They've started making their own ice cream from time to time too. Last time I was there they had an ice cream infused with one of their Belgian Beers and bacon mixed in, amazing. As far as I'm concerned the place can do wrong. I make it a point to take every out-of-towner that comes to Seattle to Naked City at least once during their stay.
Thanks for the kind words and support Fid! All HBT members, if you come by Naked City, be sure and introduce yourself. I'd be happy to show you around the brewery and buy you a beer! I hope to meet some more fellow HBT'ers in June at NHC

 
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Old 04-27-2012, 04:18 PM   #19
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+1 on Naked City. Great food, great atmosphere, and of course, great beer. I've been in a couple times, including a Tuesday night, and the place is packed. Granted, it's on Greenwood around quite a few other bars, but it always seems to be busier than anywhere else. Definitely a must-see, imo.

Another cool place is Pike's. One of the earlier craft breweries in the area, it's located just off the waterfront near the Public Market. They have pretty good beers on tap, they have the brewing equipment strewn about their facility, on different floors, with lots of stuff labeled and explained. Lots of cool memorabilia and beer history on the walls, too.

Oh, and Don, your coaster is sitting on my coffee table and is by far my favorite.

 
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Thanks for the kind words and support Fid! All HBT members, if you come by Naked City, be sure and introduce yourself. I'd be happy to show you around the brewery and buy you a beer! I hope to meet some more fellow HBT'ers in June at NHC
i'll be sure to drop by! thanks!!!

 
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