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Baron Brewing Co
1605 S 93rd St, Bldg E, Unit L
Seattle WA 98108
Phone: 206-764-1213 

Baron Brewing showcases German style beers brewed using authentic German brewing ingredients and brewing processes. This along with authentic recipes based on research in Germany produce a unique craftbrew product for the Northwest market. German style beers are well suited to the Northwest. The craftbrew industry in the Northwest has been slowing down in the last couple years to a steady level as the trendiness of drinking ales has abated. The ales traditionally made in the local craftbrew market are normally quite heavy beers often served at warmer temperatures and are very filling.


Georgetown Brewing Co
5840 Airport Way South, #201
Seattle WA 98108
Phone: 206-766-8055 

We're a draft beer only production brewery, which means that all we do is make beer and fill kegs. Sorry, no brewpub, but we do have a retail shop where you can pick up kegs to go, growlers, and perhaps get a taste of our newest beer before it's released. Or you could be social and get out to your favorite local watering hole. If they don't have our beer on tap, let us know and we'll do our best to pester 'em into submission. Do we bottle? Not yet but we never say never. Right now we're focused on doing one thing right... draft beer. Cheers!

   

    

Hales Ales Brewery and Pub
4301 Leary Way NW
Seattle WA 98107
Phone: 206-706-1544

Since 1983, Hale's Ales has produced a wide variety of innovative English style Ales for beer lovers of the Northwest. Among those has been the  first Pale Ale, Amber Ale, Seasonal Ale and of course our introduction of nitrogen conditioned Ales including our Cream Ale, Hale's Special Bitter, and Stout.


Maritime Pacific Brewing Co
1514 NW Leary Way
Seattle WA 98107-1812
Phone: 206-782-6181

Maritime Pacific Brewing Company is our small, family-owned brewery, established in 1990. As traditional home port to Northwest mariners, the Ballard district of Seattle provides us the perfect setting for a brewery with a seafaring name and tall ship as its emblem. With its full-rigged white clipper ship set against dramatic Olympic Mountains, the Maritime Pacific logo recalls days past when fast windships once plied these Puget Sound waters laden with cargo for trade in exotic ports-of-call. To please the descendants of those bygone sailors in whom the taste for fine local beer lives on, and to salute Seattle's seafaring history, the Maritime Pacific Brewing Company was created.

 
Pike Brewing Co
1415 First Ave
Seattle WA 98101
Phone: 206-622-3373 

Opened on September 12, 1996; original, unusual design, with an English style pub bar, a sort of open-atrium middle area, more tables off to the sides, even a couch for relaxing (please don't spill your beer all over it), and a couple more levels of table areas towards the back; it's actually quite surprising how big this place can seem. Owing to dimensions and surfaces, this is one lively, noisy room, made all the more so by legions of happy imbibers and diners. The location, close by the Pike Place Market, can't hurt either. The only possible disadvantage is its basement location, but this has changed as of 1998, when the former Liberty Malt Supply storefront was converted into a street-level pub-cafe.

  
Pyramid Alehouse/Breweries Inc.
91 S Royal Brougham Way
Seattle WA 98134
Phone: 206-682-8322 

Way back in 1984 we made the decision to make beer our life. In a small, turn-of-the-century general store in Washington State, the first Pyramid Ale was brewed. Since then our lineup has blossomed. With four year-round beers, two seasonals, and a few select Alehouse exclusives, Pyramid is proud to offer you a choice of many distinctive, flavorful and very fine beers from our award-winning Bavarian-inspired Pyramid Hefe Weizen, to our uniquely bold, Hophead Nectar, Thunderhead IPA.





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