Brewery tasting room, may have limited hours.

The following are brewery tasting rooms and may have limited hours. Please double check before visiting.


Part of the Ballard Brewery District, short walk from Hale's, simple taproom with house beers on tap. Food can be brought in, and Bourbon and Bones is close by and recommended.


One of Seattle's newest breweries and taprooms, opened and run by former Elysian brewer Steve Luke. Interesting and well-made range of ales and, yes, a pretty good Pilsner lager too.


Tasting room and small brewery in South Seattle (Columbia City). No kitchen, but food may be brought in.


Cavernous taproom and brewery, simple interior, no kitchen but food truck often parked outside. Brewery specializes in canned beers.


Approach this one with respect; Holy Mountain was one of Seattle's most-anticipated brewery openings ever, and it continues to make sought-after beers. Saisons, farmhouse ales, sours, barrel-aging projects, and more. Consider this one a must.


Small cozy taproom plus beer garden in good weather at this small-scale nanobrewery, with beers named after local mountains and other geographical sites. Pre-filled growlers available to go, too.


Ravenna Brewing is a brewery and taproom that serves the neighborhood. Simple and functional inside, brewery visible on the lower level, outdoor seating in good weather.


Roomy taproom and brewery serving south Seattle and nearby watering holes with house brews. Entirely woman-owned brewery is unique in Seattle


Re-opened in June 2015 after hiatus, now featuring food and coffee alongside house-brewed beer.


Tasting room for popular Two Beers Brewery, and often the primary venue for special limited-edition releases. No kitchen, but food trucks on summer Fridays.