We fell in love with craft beer back when it was all about good beer for good times with friends. When the beer was a lot better than its marketing. Clip-art logos, simple descriptions clearly written by brewers not wordsmiths and character-rich, DIY tasting rooms with a real sense of place. That's the spirit we strive to maintain. Sometimes we brew traditional styles. Sometimes we throw in ingredients that have no place in beer just to see what happens. Life is an adventure.
We rotate our beers regularly. Below are some of the brews you may find on tap more frequently.
Our flagship traditional West Coast IPA. Malty, bitter, citrusy, resinous. Double dry-hopped with Mosaic and Simcoe.
Our New England IPA. Juicy, tropical, smooth and a touch hazy. Dry-hopped with Ekuanot, Citra and Azacca.
Our Pacific NW IPA. Straw colored, hop forward, bright and tropical. Dry-hopped with Citra and Amarillo.
Our exploration of hops from south of the equator. Light body with a heavy-handed addition of oats that lets the hops shine through. Built on a base of Super Alpha hops with whatever other varieties strike our fancy that brewday.
Our brewer's favorite style with a cult following. Complex, roasty, resinous, spicy. Hopped with Simcoe, Amarillo and Chinook.
Evergreen Point Pils
A new/old world pilsner. German and Belgian malts, American hops and Czech yeast. Cold fermented and patiently lagered. Crisp yet flavorful.
Rush Golden Ale
Vibrant PNW golden ale single-hopped only at first wort and the whirlpool for great hop flavor with minimal bitterness. An all-day session beer.
Amble is not a word you hear very often these days. Probably since everyone is in such a damn hurry. Brewed with Belgian crystal malts, this easy-drinking amber - not too hoppy, not too malty - is a perfect way to downshift for a bit.
A traditional brown porter. Chocolately, roasty and complex yet smooth.
Don't Fear the Reaper
Winter warmer brewed with espresso, cocoa nibs, nutmeg, vanilla beans and just a few, tiny totally harmless Carolina Reaper peppers...
We brew on a 10 BBL steam-fired brewhouse. The heart of the brewhouse is our mash kettle which is used for both the mash and the boil. This set-up allows us to do step mashes and precisely control mash temperature in a compact system that fits our cozy space.
Our cellar has four 10 BBL fermentation vessels which means we can have four different beers fermenting at any given time. As you walk up the ramp along the row of cellar tanks you might just hear the heartbeat of the beer through the airlocks. Sitting in our upper game area, you may also hear the subtle "click" as the glycol solenoids open/close to keep the tanks at the perfect temperature.
In addition to our tasting room, you can find our beer on tap at a number of bars and restaurants around town. At this time we are draft-only (kegs) and do not offer our beer in bottles/cans (but you can always fill a growler at the brewery).
We currently self-distribute in the city of Seattle and can accommodate requests for deliveries to Bellevue and Kirkland. For current keg availability, pricing or more information please e-mail us: