Our bar offers 22 rotating microbrew taps, mostly featuring local and northwest beers. Locally supported breweries include Hale’s, Georgetown, Maritime Pacific, Elliott Bay, Diamond Knot, Mac & Jack’s, Two Beers Brewing, and others. We also try to keep a couple of organic ales on tap, as well as feature some of the many seasonal & holiday brews available throughout the year. Check the board or ask your server for a current list.
Draft beers are available in several sizes:
Schooner $3.50 Pint $4.50
Imperial $5.50 Pitcher $13.50
Happy Hour Daily 4pm to 6pm ($1 off draft, well, wine & 2.95 apps)
A light and crisp Koslch-style ale. A barely detectable hint of ginger emphasizes the traditional crisp flavor. This is a perfect warm weather beer, full-flavored but light.
|Flagship Red Alt Ale
Red amber in color, Flagship Ale has malty, nut like flavor derived from a blend of malted barley, wheat, Yakima and European hops. Smooth and well-balanced. This was the first beer brewed at Maritime Pacific.
|Jet City ESB
Amber in color, slight haze with a thin white head. Aromatic nose filled with malt and hops balance. Flavoring is spot on ESB bitter with a good caramel malt! You can't have just one!
|King Street Brown
For those who want a slightly more malty experience. Brewed with a blend of chocolate and special Belgium hops, King Street achieves the perfect balance between malty goodness and a not-too-sweet not-too-heavy drinkability.
This beer pours a dark, rich mahogany color with lots of head. We serve the imperial size for pint price because there is so much head. Very complex taste, often thought of as a winter-type beer. Rich hoppyness yet also creamy with long lasting bitterness and malt notes.
This organic pale yellow, slightly cloudy American Hefeweizen is brewed with 40% wheat malt, which imparts a distinct citrus flavor and aroma. More accurately a 'wheaten ale', with a spicy and fruity flavor, like cloves and banana.
|Ninkasi Tricerahops Double IPA
Lots of citrus, hop bite, some floral notes come in late along with a dryer hop feel.
|Boundary Bay Scotch Ale
With a similar malt profile to its more famous cousin Scotch whisky, this smooth, strong beer is complex with a lingering hop finish. This beer is rich and dark. Goes really well with a burger or other red meats.
Evo is a step above. It is made for hop heads, those that smell hops and start to shake, jitter, or obsess over the taste of hops. Nuff said. Really hoppy and extremely memorable in flavor. An instant “regular” favorite.
A popular Irish dry stout. Guinness is based on the porter style that originated in London in the early 18th century and is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide. A distinctive feature is the burnt flavor which is derived from the use of roasted barley.
|Diamond Knot IPA
This beer is very popular in the Puget Sound area. It is Diamond Knot's flagship beer. The one for which they're known throughout the Puget Sound. Columbus hops impart intense bitterness with flavors of grapefruit and a hint of cedar.
|Regrade Pale Ale
A Northwest-style hop-forward pale ale. Brewed with Yakima Valley, Chinook and Willamette hops. Medium bodied, grassy and slightly nutty. A very drinkable pale the whole party will enjoy.
A bottom fermented pilsner lager. Crisp, clean and can easily be paired with any meal. Good for warmer weather and light beer drinkers.
|Odin Ruby Ale
Odin's Gift is a bold yet balanced filtered ruby colored ale brewed in small hand-crafted batches with just the right amount of hops and juniper berries to deliver a unique and fresh aroma, flavor and finish. This is the more versatile beer in terms of its ability to pair with a wide variety of foods. Medium hoppy flavor, malty nose and slightly nutty.
|Manny's Pale Ale
Uses English Ale style yeast. Manny's Pale Ale is a careful selection of Northwest hops and premium barley to give this ale a rich and complex malty middle with a snappy hop finish. It's truly a micro that finishes crisp, clean, and smooth. A Seattle all-time favorite.
A deep mahogany color, Wassail is brewed with four different malts and a blend of Pacific Northwest hops, giving it a malty full body and a pleasantly hoppy finish that appeals to both hop and malt lovers alike. In other words, a Christmas miracle!
|Pyramid Brewery Snow Cap
Deep mahogany in color, this full-bodied winter warmer is brewed in the spirit of British winter ales. Crafted with a flurry of roasted chocolate and caramel malts, and generously hopped, it delivers a smooth finish that makes this beer the perfect cold weather companion.
|Hales Cream Ale
An easy drinking golden pale ale brewed with a combination of unique Yakima hops that compliment and emphasize the Dublin Style. It is smooth and creamy, served on a nitro cask and brewed with malted barley, wheat and crystal malts and a blend of hops.
|Mac & Jacks African Amber
A Western Washington classic, it is only served on tap or sold by the keg. It is very drinkable with little carbonation and great flavor. It's color is a dark amber and it is unfiltered and unpasteurized with a hint of citrus and the right balance of hops.
This is an exceptionally flavorful medium bodied porter. It is brewed with Chocolate and roasted malt, centennial and northern hops to create that roasted chocolaty goodness flavor. A real favorite for dark beer connoisseurs – also a delicious after dinner beer or dessert beer.
|Wyder's Dry Pear Cider
This light, crisp cider presents a tangy aroma while offering a distinct pear taste, ending with a lively mouth feel that tickles the tongue.
This IPA sparkles with effervescence, the result of natural-conditioning, a process where the beer is double-fermented in each bottle, keg or cask. Brewed with a blend of five hop varieties, it presents a floral, citrusy aroma and full hop flavor, while downplaying the bitterness. The beer pours smooth in the glass, emitting its signature golden glow.