Seattle Bars, Breweries, Wine & Pubs
Small Lot Co-Op
Small Lot Co-Op is designed with one thing in mind: support the best small lot wine producers in Washington State. Each Co-Op Member winery produces less than 2500 cases per year. At the Co-Op, we will combine the producers to help them reduce their production expenses; which in turn translates into increased value for the customer. Please visit us at www.small-lot.com and remember to always request small lot wines!
OUR PURPOSE: To bring small lot Washington Wines to everyone.
When Mike Hale, founder and president of Hale’s Ales, made the statement “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing,” he meant it. Hale has remained true to this philosophy since the beginning of Hale’s Ales 26 years ago(!), and has committed to brewing nothing but the best quality, hand-crafted ales in the Northwest.
The Local Vine
Located on the corner of 2nd and Vine Street in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, The Local Vine offers a comfortable place to enjoy wine, food and friends. Serving more than 100 wines by the glass along with a selection of small plates for sharing and free wi-fi, guests can learn about and enjoy wine in a relaxing environment.
Pike Brewing Company
Pike Brewing Company was founded in 1989 by Charles and Rose Ann Finkel. Michael Jackson called Pike Brewing a “shrine to beer”. Located in downtown Seattle in the historic Pike Place Market, Pike Brewing Company brews world class beers and serves local sustainable food; is family friendly and a fun interesting place to visit.
The Pike brews 12 varieties of beer, nine year round. Both Pike Naughty Nellie and Pike Monk’s Uncle are the Pike’s signature organic brewed beers.
Pike Brewery’s Museum Room is dedicated to the history of beer from its earliest beginning in Egypt to current day and functions as an event venue for private parties and gatherings.
Pike Brewing Company embodies the philosophy of local, sustainable and environmentally friendly. We purchase our food locally, run our brewery operations with steam power, recycle 85% of our waste and light the pub and brewery with energy saving lighting. Pike’s spent grain from the brewing process goes to local farmers to feed their livestock.