10 Best Seattle Breweries

  • 935 Front St, Leavenworth
    Amy Posner Wolff - Icicle Brewing Company beer is so tasty and family brewed here in Washington. If you ever make it over to Levenworth, you have to check out the brewery and eatery. So good!
  • 715 E Pine St, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Emily Midgley - A large variety of craft beers in a fun atmosphere.
  • 5408 26th Ave NE, Seattle • Ravenna
    Ali White MacBeth - Hours:
    MONDAY 2-10 |TUESDAY 2-10 | WEDNESDAY 2-10 | THURSDAY 2-10 | FRIDAY 12-10 | SATURDAY 12-10 | SUNDAY 12-10

    Dogs and kids welcome!
  • 1220 W Nickerson St, Seattle
    Steve Carver - Craig makes a good IPA!
  • 938 N 95th St, Seattle • Greenwood
    Erin McDonald - A good secluded brewery that typically has a food truck and lots of great beer choices.
    Stuart Simkins - Best craft brewery in North Seattle! 🍻
  • 5718 Rainier Ave S, Seattle
    Victoria Grinde - One of Aurora's best breweries! The owners and staff are super nice! They have an awesome selection of beer! The food menu is great! It's one of my favorite spots to go and get some "work" done!
  • 13035 Lake City Way NE, Seattle • Lake City
    Erin McDonald - Love their outdoor area! We've also reserved a few tables upstairs for events (for free) so highly recommend this one for groups!
  • 1158 Broadway, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Anna Maria Choi - Not only is this place dog-friendly, but their beer is amazing. I love meeting friends and family here to unwind. My go-to tap is Before the Dawn-it has a barrel aged bourbon!
  • 5010 14th Ave NW, Seattle • Ballard
    Erin McDonald - Reuben's is one of my favorite breweries because they always have a good Stout or brown ale for me. I love getting the flight so you can try a few new beers then fill your growler on the way out.
  • 8500 Lake City Way NE, Seattle
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