Prohibition-era watering holes were nicknamed "speakeasies" because of alcohol's tendency to make skilled orators of its imbibers. Improve your diction with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $5 for a five-schooner beer-tasting tray for one (a $10 value)
- $10 for five-schooner beer-tasting trays for two (a $20 value)
- $15 for five-schooner beer-tasting trays for three (a $30 value)
- $20 for five-schooner beer-tasting trays for four (a $40 value)
Each visitor receives five 8-ounce schooners of the rotating on-tap beers in a tasting tray. The staff details the differences between beers, the various flavors, and the brewing processes. Afterward, the beers are available in pints ($4–$5) or take-home growlers.
Emerald City Beer Company is open Wed. - Fri. 4PM to 8PM and Sat. 12PM to 4PM.
Emerald City Beer Company
Established on the grounds of the celebrated Rainier Brewery a decade after its closing, Emerald City Beer Company restores a rich brewing heritage with its own traditionally minded approach to the craft. Founder and brewmaster Rick Hewitt has been crafting homebrews since his days as a graduate student, surpassing his contemporaries by not including shredded diplomas and tassels in his beer recipes. His brewery’s signature creation, Dottie Seattle Lager, combines four types of grains with Yakima Valley–grown hops for a flavorful lager with local roots. Emerald City is quickly expanding its reach and is available in more than 40 bars throughout the state, as well as in stores throughout Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Idaho.
96% of 185 customers recommend
“Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Was a great experience!!”
“Suprisingly good lagers and a great atmosphere.”
“Great little brewery! Lagers are their specialty, so it's easy for beer novices and the more experienced to enjoy. It's pretty bare bones in there, bring a jacket and...”
“Great little brewery! Lagers are their specialty, so it's easy for beer novices and the more experienced to enjoy. It's pretty bare bones in there, bring a jacket and possibly something to munch on as they only advertise having a few pizzas.”