Pubs on 44 Bus Line
This line is operated by King County Transit
Long overdue in Seattle, this cavernous neighborhood alehouse features only Washington beers and ciders on its taps. The bottle selection in the coolers is a little more wide-ranging. But when you're in a state with 350 breweries, why not feature them on tap?
Billed as "Seattle's Original Brewpub" (opened in 1988) in a old brick building across from the University of Washington. Shares ownership with Triple Rock brewpub in Berkeley, CA.
Classic basement pub in business since 1974, frequented by over-21 students from the nearby University of Washington and elsehwhere.
Good-quality gastropub in Capitol Hill area with very good beer selection and cocktails.
Open since fall of 2013, and already a winner at World Beer Cup 2014. Brewery with taproom, no kitchen but food can be brought in or purchased from food truck parked outside.
Sister pub to Fremont's Sixgill, featuring an eclectic range of local, regional, and other craft brews. Pub snacks to accompany.