Beer, Wine & Spirits in Bainbridge Island


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  • Stottle Winery
    To make their award-winning, handcrafted wines, Amy and Josh Stottlemyer source their grapes from the local eastern Washington fields in the Horse Heaven Hills, Yakima Valley, and Columbia Valley. From that harvest, they craft thirteen wines, ranging from classics such as cabernet sauvignon and malbec to less-common wines such as tempranillo and viognier.
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    24180 Highway 101
    Hoodsport, WA US
  • Silver City Restaurant and Brewery
    In Focus: Silver City Restaurant and Brewery Specialty: pub food paired with beer brewed onsite Atmosphere: upscale sports bar; the dining room features dark wood, exposed beams, and soaring windows Signature entree: grilled Alaskan sockeye salmon with a porter-mustard glaze Hearty handheld: barbecue root beer burger, topped with seasoned onion strings, bacon, pepper jack, and root beer barbecue sauce Veggie option: Washington apple salad with spiced walnuts, dried cranberries, gorgonzola, and raspberry vinaigrette Award-winning beer: Clear Creek Pale Ale, which took home gold at the 2010 Great American Beer Festival For the indecisive beer drinker: Order a flight, which includes tasting pours of six beers for just $7.99. Acclaim: King 5 has named Silver City Best Brewpub in western Washington six times to date
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    2799 NW Myhre Rd
    Silverdale, WA US
  • Six Arms
    Six Arms: A User’s Guide Northwest-Style Pub Food | Craft Beer Flights | Locally Sourced Ingredients | Dog-Friendly Patio A Taste Cajun-seasoned tater tots with peppercorn ranch Wild Wil’s Jumbo Deluxe burger with bacon, Tillamook cheddar, and a fried egg Alehouse Fish and Chips with wild Alaskan cod and buttermilk coleslaw What to Drink McMenamins High Gravity ales Brewery Taster with a Hammerhead, Ruby, Terminator, IPA, seasonal brew, and brewer’s choice Whiskey flight with Hogshead, White Dog, and Monkey Puzzle Where to Sit: Grab a table near the floor-to-ceiling picture windows that recall the building’s early days as an automotive showroom. When to Go: during one of two happy hours, which take place every day from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. to close While You’re Waiting Check out the pipe sculptures and taxidermied crows beneath McMenamins’ largest collection of chandeliers. Learn where the pub got its name by studying the six-armed Hindu-idol statue situated on the back wall. Inside Tips They allow leashed pets on the patio. This policy is perfect for dog owners—not so much for giraffe wranglers. Gluten-free buns are available upon request. Grab some beer to go by ordering a mason jar or half-gallon growler. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: See art inspired by Star Wars, War of the Worlds, and other pop-culture staples at Ltd. Art Gallery (307 E Pike Street) After: Catch an independant play such as Urinetown at Balagan Theatre (1524 Harvard Avenue)
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    300 E Pike St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Elliott Bay Public House and Brewery
    Five Things to Know About Elliott Bay Public House & Brewery Elliott Bay Public House & Brewery is the third and newest location in the Elliott Bay Brewing Company family. It opened some 15 years after company owners Todd Carden and Brett Norton established the original location in 1997. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when you visit this popular Lake City destination. The kitchen incorporates beer into the food. Favorites include the cherry-stout-barbecue elk burger, which also features caramelized onions and a house sauce. More than a dozen gourmet burgers anchor the menu. However, you can substitute the Black Angus beef with a number of other healthy options, including house-marinated portabella-mushroom caps, ground turkey, or vegetarian patties. The buns are baked fresh. Not only that, they’re made from spent grain from the company’s breweries. This is just a small example of Elliott Bay’s sustainability efforts. Kids are welcome. Just because the word “brewery” is in the restaurant’s name doesn’t mean tykes are out of luck. In fact, they have their own menu full of pint-size eats. It can get loud at times. Between the music and a seating capacity of 250 guests, this is not the best place to read a book while eating.
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    12537 Lake City Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Sodo Spirits
    Shochu, a calorically-light grain alcohol popular for hundreds of years in Japan, isn't very well known in the states. Sodo Spirits Distillery aims to change that. The distillery ferments Shochu in small batches, the way it was done in Japan back in the 1600s, with one small exception—Sodo handcrafts their version of "Japanese Moonshine" from local ingredients. Distillers combine pearled Barley from Washington's eastern fields with Koji fungus—the key traditional ingredient—to create the alcohol's signature flavor. Then, they dress up the mixture with field grown herbs and spices, such as fresh spearmint and fresh ginger. With a clear color and smooth finish, it makes an ideal mixer in fruity drinks or the ideal filling for the Hemingway Society's office water cooler. Business Basics Cuisine Type: Shochu: most popular alcohol in Japan Established: 2009 Reservations: Not offered Handicap Accessible: No Parking: Parking lot Most popular offering: Rosemary and/or Ginger Outdoor Seating: No
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    2228 Occidental Ave S,
    Seattle, WA US
  • The Pike Pub and Brewery
    For bar nibbles and pub food par excellence, The Pike Pub and Brewery is a top pick. The Pike Pub and Brewery is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu. The Pike Pub and Brewery diners can also take advantage of the many drink options offered here. A private room is available for reservation at The Pike Pub and Brewery for those nights when you take the whole gang out to celebrate. Don't miss the happy hour food and drink specials, where a great bargain is always in sight. Weekend visitors to the restaurant are well advised to take advantage of the reservation system — crowds tend to pack the place on Fridays and Saturdays. The dress code at The Pike Pub and Brewery is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you. You can also grab your grub to go. The restaurant also offers catering if you want to bring the flavors of The Pike Pub and Brewery to your next party or event. The restaurant is next to a parking lot, but drivers can also settle for street parking. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at The Pike Pub and Brewery.
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    1415 1st Ave
    Seattle, WA US

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