Seattle Half-Day Craft Brewery and Microbrewery Tour
I'm bracing myself for this fun five-hour tour of Seattle best microbreweries and regular breweries. The of Washington is known for having the best breweries around and they have roughly about 80 breweries which are locally grown and are also organic which makes the beer taste better. While on this tour we'll also stop at some of Washingtons most talked locations.
First, we'll learn about the background about each of the breweries and get to know how they were founded and how they became to be so well known and why the beer tastes so good. We'll visit both kinds of breweries in the location so we won't miss a thing.
Breweries included on the tour are, pike brewing company, Elliot Bay brewpub, Fremont brewing company, and there so many more that we'll stop by and visit this tour has a lot to offer for beer lovers such as myself so I won't go home disappointed.
Between visiting and learning about different breweries we will also stop and see some well-known landmarks and learn a little about the state of Washington which is surely going to be a lot of fun. We'll get to see the beautiful neighborhoods, the space needle, and so much more.
There is nothing I love more than a great beer and learning, so this tour is something I need to get out and try from visiting breweries to visiting landmarks, learning about the state of Washington it's definitely going to be very entertaining.
See the beer-loving side of Seattle on this five-hour small-group tour of the city's craft breweries and microbreweries. The state of Washington is home to more than 80 breweries, most of which are in the Seattle area and value organic and locally grown ingredients. Follow your guide to three or four of these breweries, learning about what goes into each barrel. As you travel between breweries, stop at some of Seattle's most iconic and scenic viewpoints.
The Seattle brewing scene is constantly evolving, and you can learn all about it on this five-hour small-group brewery tour. Whether you're a beer buff or you're simply looking for a unique way to explore Seattle, this fun tour will not disappoint.
First, a little background information - a craft brewery is designated by the American Brewers Association as a small brewery with a production of less than six million barrels of beer; a microbrewery is even smaller, with a production of less than 15,000 barrels of beer. Your guide will take you to both types of local breweries, combining three to four beer-tasting stops with a Seattle city tour.
Start your afternoon in downtown Seattle, and head either north or south depending on the order of breweries your guide determines. The breweries you visit depend on availability and hours of operation, but rest assured you will taste a variety of the most authentic and delicious porters, IPAs, pilsners, brown ales and more. Many of Seattle's breweries value the environment, so you can also expect organic and local ingredients in almost every pint.
Between breweries, your guide will take you past several scenic viewpoints throughout the city to see the mountains, lakes, cityscape and vibrant neighborhoods that make Seattle so beautiful. You'll also see historic Pioneer Square, Pike Place Market, the Space Needle and the Olympic Sculpture Park.
Breweries you might visit include:
? Maritime Pacific Brewing Company
? Hale's Ales
? Fremont Brewing Company
? Georgetown Brewing Company
? Schooner Exact Brewing Company
? Elliot Bay Brewpub
? Pike Brewing Company
? Elysian Brewing Company
? Capitol Hill or Full Throttle Beer Specialty Beer Room