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Quintessential Beer Geek Spots in Seattle...

djhelix Nov 26, 2008 05:22 PM

Aside from Pike and Elysian, I'm looking for three to four quintessential beer geek spots in Seattle. Any suggestions?

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    n.cole Nov 26, 2008 06:55 PM

    the stumbling monk, brouwers, prost (or any of the other spots he has),...i don't live in seattle anymore, but when i go back, i always go the the stumbling monk.

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      djhelix Nov 26, 2008 08:48 PM

      N. Cole, thanks!!!.

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        barleywino Nov 27, 2008 06:11 AM

        i also like Beveridge place pub (on California ave in W Seattle), they have regular cask events as well but no cooked food

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          n.cole Nov 30, 2008 11:14 AM

          yes BPP is also a must. many tasty beers on tap. mmm...
          there is a cool little place in pike's market called the 'white horse', but they only have a couple of beers to choose from. i just like the ambiance from time to time.

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        foodieseattlelady Jan 23, 2009 03:35 PM

        I love Prost!!

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        phinious Nov 27, 2008 08:40 AM

        Favorites of mine include…

        Brouwers –not to be missed
        Collin’s Pub – Thursdays are cask nights
        Hooverville
        Georgetown Liquor

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          djhelix Nov 27, 2008 09:24 AM

          Awesome, thanks for the recommendations. Brouwers seems to be the Toronado of Seattle.

        2. frygirl Nov 27, 2008 10:57 AM

          Uber is beer-geek heaven.

          1. maybelle Nov 29, 2008 12:40 PM

            Naked City Brewery opened recently in Greenwood, and so far, we like it very much. About 20 microbrews on tap (including some of their own) and a small menu. Staff is super friendly and very knowledgeable about all the beers they have.

            Ray's Boathouse also has a lot of beers on tap. Another option might be to go to Redhook out in Woodinville.

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              akq Nov 30, 2008 02:44 PM

              Big Time, Pub at Piper's Creek, Jolly Roger. Also agree with other posters re: Beverage place, Brouwers, Collins pub.

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                BallardFoodie Nov 30, 2008 02:52 PM

                I'll agree with Brouwers and the Jolly Roger (Fridays 5pm special cask keg). I'll also throw in Sully's Snowgoose, which I've never eaten at but does have a great selection of probably 20+ beers on tap.

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                  mrnelso Nov 30, 2008 06:18 PM

                  I did not know Sully's had food. Can anybody say more?

                2. djhelix Dec 2, 2008 01:57 PM

                  Everybody, thanks for your posts!

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                    GreenLakeDave Dec 2, 2008 03:02 PM

                    Duck Island has about 20 rotating taps also, and it's crawling distance from Über (which can get completely packed on Fri/Sat nights).

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                    Duck Island Ale House
                    7317 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA

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                      equinoise Jan 23, 2009 03:54 PM

                      Not a bar, but Georgetown Brewery makes quality beer, allows you to taste things, and sells kegs to go in various sizes.

                  2. jencke Jan 25, 2009 01:07 PM

                    Brouwer's and Über Tavern are the best for beer geeks. The Hopvine has a great rotating selection of microbrews. Beveridge Pub has (or at least used to have) Belgian Tuesdays, where beers like Westmalle Tripel are only $6.

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