MostBest Seattle | Breweries

It’s a wonderful time to be drinking beer in America, with new breweries popping up every day and churning out some incredible and unique brews. When you’re craving some craft beer in Seattle, these are the spots you’ll want to check out.


via Flickr user Tom Sparks

via Flickr user Tom Sparks

Georgetown Brewing Company brews draft beers that are sold on tap all around Seattle. They have a gift shop at the brewery so you can pick up any accessories you’ll need for a perfect beer drinking experience at home. Stop in and get a growler for $5, which you can refill for $7 over and over again. They are generous about the pours and sometimes even offer free tastings!

We Love Their: Manny’s Pale Ale

5200 Denver Ave S
(206) 766-8055


via Flickr user ctj71081

via Flickr user ctj71081

Fremont Brewing is a family-owned microbrewery that creates high-quality artisan beers. Their intimate beer garden allows guests to indulge in any of the beers that pique their interest while enjoying conversation at the communal table. You can even chat with the brewers! Free pretzels are provided, and ordering or bringing in food is encouraged.

We Love Their: Interurban IPA

1050 N 34th St
(206) 420-2407


via Flickr user Bernt Rostad

via Flickr user Bernt Rostad

Stoup Brewing is a craft brewery that embraces an industrial setting, complete with a big rolling garage door and a warehouse feel. This is a friendly beer garden for friends, family, and pets (on Fridays and Saturdays), and while this taproom focuses solely on beer, there’s always a food truck or two outside.

We Love Their: Robust Porter

1108 NW 52nd St
(206) 457-5524