US - Northwest Seattle/Belltown

Discussion in 'Beer Travel, Events and Releases' started by Lizard King, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. NAD1983

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  2. FoudreGuy

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    Fair enough, but they've really improved since moving to Magnolia. \_(ツ)_/¯

    Note: I don't work for them.
     
  3. zieglemt

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    Making a fairly last minute trip to the Gorge for Phish this weekend. What cans should I stock up on in Seattle to crush all weekend out there?
     
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  4. FoudreGuy

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    Fremont Session Pale
    Bale Breaker Field 41
    Reubens Daily Pale
    Oakshire Sun Made Cucumber Berliner
    Melvin Hubert Pale

    And stop by Holy Mountain for a Citra Extra Pale mini growler.
     
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  5. zieglemt

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    Thanks, that should do.


    Do they fill other glass or just their own?
     
  6. libbey

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    Just their own. Gassed and prefilled with a hand full of options. Kiln and Cone and the Pilsner sound perfect for the Gorge IMO.
     
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  7. FoudreGuy

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    They'll do outside growlers. Ive never done it, but I saw a guy get a 64 oz hydroflask filled once.
     
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  8. HolyMtn

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    Yep. We'll fill your supplied glass with whatever is available that week.
     
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  9. FEUO

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    I hit Holy Mountain and Pine Box.
    Yeah, travelling with family not the most conducive to productive drinking.
    Both places lived up to high expectations.
     
  10. zieglemt

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    Spent a solid chunk of our day yesterday at Cloudburst, Holy Mountain, Stoup, and Ruebens with food stops at Un Bien, Walrus, and Manolin. Pretty killer day and as I sit on the plane I'm already pissed that I can't go to Holy Mountain weekly. Also stocked up on cans at Chucks before heading out to the Gorge, super solid shop.

    Killed it with these recs. Shit, just realized I never tracked down daily pale. Oh well. I want that cuke Berliner every summer day forever.

    I used to come out to Seattle for work all the time but it had been 6 years. Kinda forgot how kickass your city is, especially in the summer. Won't be another 6.
     
  11. swivelhips

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  12. voodoobrewery

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    Best options for local beer and to be able to watch football at the same time? Looks like most places don't have TVs, which is awesome 99% of the time
     
  13. NAD1983

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    Belltown/Downtown - Cloudburst***

    Capitol Hill - Pine Box***

    Fremont - Six Gill or Brouwers

    SLU - Brave Horse Tavern

    Ballard - Meh

    Belltown - Meh

    Pioneer Square - Collin's Pub (also meh)

    EDIT - Or my apartment if you have MBP. Bottle pours of HM, dG and Fremont are all on the menu;)
     
  14. wethorseblanket

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  15. NAD1983

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  16. wethorseblanket

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    Hmm. At least some of their food looked good...
     
  17. voodoobrewery

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    Ended up going cloudburst, holy mountain, reuben's then stoup. Football became obsolete when the steelers decided to have a bye week. Couldn't be more impressed by your local beer scene
     
  18. libbey

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    That's the cream of the crop right there. Well done.
     
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  19. FoudreGuy

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    For future reference, Latona Pub and Toronado are great for sports. Normally pretty quiet early on Saturday and Sunday. Just ask nice and they'll put your game on at Toro.
     
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  20. mwbbq

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    See, you have a Seattle thread.
     
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