Let’s get down to business. It’s called beer. Brew. Frosty barley pop. A way of life. As Washington’s beer mecca, breweries in Seattle are abundant and ready to serve up creative craft beers and libations. From tasting rooms which offer samplers of small-batch brews, taprooms to fill your growler, and alehouses and brew pubs to satisfy your hunger after a day exploring one of Seattle’s famous neighborhoods and attractions, the ale trail in the Emerald City will lead you on a journey to pure hoppy bliss.
Snag your brewery map and go to town. Seattle’s neighborhoods, the beer destinations of Downtown, Waterfront, Capitol Hill, Belltown, Pioneer Square and Fremont are all home to unique breweries, bars and brew pubs. If you’re looking for an area rich with microbreweries and pubs, the quirky, artsy neighborhood of Fremont is for you. Fremont breweries are truly the heart of Seattle’s craft beer scene. Boasting the most microbreweries in the city, the Fremont neighborhood’s bohemian flair and ambiance make this Seattle neighborhood a must to visit on your brewery tour.
The fun continues in Seattle’s craft beer scene. If you’re trekking around Pioneer Square and curiosity gets the best of you, try a haunted pub tour! While dodging fish at Pike Place Market, take a break, sit outside, and sip on a cold hefeweizen, lambic or seasonal ale at one of the many breweries nearby while admiring the beauty of the Puget Sound.
Seattle’s craft beer culture is unrivaled - beer festivals, pub crawls and brewery tours are part of the everyday scene. Your senses will thank you – from the scent of hops, the feeling of carbonation rolling over your tongue, and the happiness you feel while enjoying good conversation with great friends.
Seattle Washington includes breweries in Bellevue, Black Diamond, Burien, Covington, Issaquah, Kent, Kirkland, Maple Valley, Mercer Island, Redmond, Renton, Sammamish, Seattle, Snoqualmie and Tukwila.