Breweries in Woodinville


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  • Redhook Ale Brewery
    Five Things to Know About Redhook Ale Brewery Founded in 1981, Redhook Ale Brewery long predates the craft-beer phenomenon. Even its present-day facility dates back to 1994, a time when Seattle was better known for “Smells Like Teen Spirit” than craft beer. Read on to find out what makes these brews so enduring: The brewery tour is dependable fun for the whole family. Though the brewery’s products are age restricted, its tour is fun for all ages. It even incorporates local history, as well as beer samples for adults of legal drinking age. It has a pub and a sizeable outdoor patio. Guests are welcome to enjoy burgers, beers, and a nice breeze during warmer months. It screens movies outdoors in the summer. The Moonlight Cinema Series draws beer aficionados onto the lawn to check out movies on a massive outdoor screen. There’s a sister location out in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Rachael Ray stopped by to tour the brewery on her Food Network show $40 a Day.
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    14300 NE 145th St
    Woodinville, WA US
  • Brickyard Brewing
    Brickyard Brewing's beer masons make what they want, when they want. And although the brewers usually lean toward American-style ales, the only strict requirement they have is to create craft beer that—according to the owners—tastes "darn good." Started by neighbors Ean and Joe, Brickyard Brewing reinvigorates the pioneering spirit of brewing. The pair has 10+ years of experience crafting beer and takes pride in creating original recipes. Beer styles include IPAs, stouts, blonds, and pale ales alongside some not-so-common types such as saisons, pumpkin ales, barrel-aged beers, and smoked and infused concoctions. Anyone can sample the latest creations for themselves five days a week inside Brickyard Brewing's taproom, where bartenders serve up samples, flights, and pints. Visitors can also purchase kegs and bottles or fill growlers to go. Look for Brickyard's brews at one of its many wholesale partners statewide.
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    5817 238th St. SE, Ste. 3
    Woodinville, WA US
  • McMenamins Mill Creek
    For a quick bite to eat, McMenamins Mill Creek's menu is packed with all-American options everyone will love. Low-fat eaters will need to take care, however, since the menu does not feature any skimmed-down fare. Drinks are also on the menu here, so patrons can start the night off right. Let the kids come too! Little ones love the food and atmosphere at McMenamins Mill Creek just as much as their parents do. Head to McMenamins Mill Creek for a happy hour that aims to please. Take your meal to the next level on the patio at McMenamins Mill Creek. Check email, shop online, or get the latest game scores on McMenamins Mill Creek's free wifi. The restaurant's "rush" is all weekend long, so diners should be prepared to wait for a table. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. Those driving to McMenamins Mill Creek can choose to find street parking or leave their vehicle in the nearby lot. Your tab at McMenamins Mill Creek will usually run to about $30 per guest.
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    13300 Bothell Everett Highway
    Mill Creek, WA US
  • FlyCaster Brewing Co.
    Inspired by their love of fly fishing, Jeremy and Tara Eubanks founded FlyCaster Brewing Co. to brew the perfect beer to go with their favorite activity. They craft each beer with the "patience for the big catch," testing and brewing until they come up with something they really love. Currently, they offer four beers, which range from the pale, crisp Bonefish blonde to the heartier, sweeter Yakima River red ale.
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    12815 Northeast 124th Street
    Kirkland, WA US
  • The Root Beer Store
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: The Root Beer Store facet_type_id: 9be985c0-5f39-1032-bf3e-47e30accf6cb html_text: 'Sassafras, sarsaparilla, and vanilla: above all, these are the flavors celebrated by The Root Beer Store, which is chock-full of root beers from around the country. Owner Corey Anderson grew up making root beer with his dad, generating his admiration for root-beer culture. Anderson was featured on King 5 for his passion for the soft drink, which manifests in his selection of more than 100 types from craft root-beer makers. From Hawaii to Maine to Australia, the creativity of each brewer shines in the collection, which customers browse with visions of ice cubes and ice cream to accompany them. The staff is on hand to help home brewers make their own soda with root-beer kits and extracts from different brewers.'
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    7102 180th Ave NE
    Redmond, WA US
  • Black Raven Brewing Company
    In Focus: Black Raven Brewing Company Founded: 2009 Specialty: craft beers brewed in Old-World styles with Northwest flavors Taproom: The Raven’s Nest, an intimate space serving pints, sample trays, and beer to go in growlers or bottles Award-winning brew: bourbon-barrel-aged La Petite Mort, winner of a silver medal at the 2010 World Beer Cup Backyard brew: Fresh Hop saison, made with just-picked, local hops Year-round brew: Totem pale ale Does the taproom serve food? No, but guests can sample selections from food trucks in the parking lot, order food for delivery, or bring in their own concessions. When to go: Stop by on a Wednesday afternoon to taste a special cask ale—past offerings have included porters brewed with blueberry rooibos and tequila-soaked orange peel, or an ale spiced with jerk seasoning.
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    14687 NE 95th St
    Redmond, WA US

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