Seattle Breweries on Tour | Brewery Tour Info

Seattle Breweries on Tour

There are over 240 breweries in the state of Washington, and many of them are located in the heart of Downtown Seattle. On our Seattle Brewery Tours we will visit three great breweries for each tour. Below are just a few of the breweries that we visit. The fantastic thing about Road Dog's Seattle Brewery Tour is that rain or shine, we make sure you get to drink plenty of delicious micro brews. Make your reservation and hop on board!

 


Bad Jimmy's Brewing Company
Located in Ballard, this upstart was founded by five friends and only brew 'Intense Ales' (Nothing less than 6% ABV)

 


Big Al Brewing Company
A South Seattle favorite located in White Center, know for an awesome sour called 'Sourlicious'

 

 

COUNTERBALANCE BREWING: Owners Frank Lawrence and Jeff Howell met in their previous careers at Seattle's specialty coffee mainstay, Caffe Ladro. While there, they both developed a great working relationship, a mutural desire to enjoy life, and a shared love of great craft beer. After messing around with homebrewing and a business plan for a few years, Counterbalance Brewing finally opened its doors in 2013, and hasn't looked back since (there is no time to!). The goals of Counterbalance are simple: "Create and share delicious beer, happiness in work and life, and humor for a serious world."

 

Fremont Brewing Company
Located in the vibrant Fremont neighborhood, this brewery always has cask or randall condition beer on tap

Georgetown Brewing Company
The second most productive brewery in the state features favorite like Manny's Pale Ale and Lucille IPA

 

 

Hales Ales Brewery
A spirited brewpub in the Fremont/Ballard are is one of the "granddaddies" of craft beer

 

Hilliard's Brewing
Boasts the first automated canning line in Seattle, this brewery is great at stacking up the beers

 


Mack and Jack's Brewing Company
The award-winning 'African Amber' may be one of the best beers you have ever had

 


Machine House Brewery
This brewery produces traditional English style ales and is located in one of the original Rainier brewery buildings in Georgetown

 


Outlander Brewing
Located in the heart of Fremont this nano brewery is known for using unual ingredient in their diverse offering of ales

Populuxe Brewing
Founded in 2013 and located in Ballard, this nano brewery pours up to 10 of their own creations

Pyramid Brewery
Across from Safeco Field this brewery is a favorite for sports fans and feature over 20 beers on tap

 

Seapine Brewing
Located in SODO across from Seattle City Light is this hidden gem where Master Brewer Drew Colpitts shows off his skills

 


Schooner Exact Brewing
Founded by two former school teachers, this brewery had named many of their beers after local historical events

 

Two Beers Brewing Co.
Founded in 2007 and located at the edge of Georgetown, this local favorite has one of the few sunny patios
(ok, it's really a loading dock) in the city

 

 
  

Each Seattle brewery has its own unique style. Reserve your seat on a Road Dog's Seattle Brewery Tour to experience what they have to offer.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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  • A+ Brewery Tour! All 3 breweries were great and Adam was very knowledgeable about the beers at each one.
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  • I went on this tour for my buddies 30th birthday and it was fantastic. I love a great micro-brew and have been to many of the local seattle spots. Road Dog knows even more and drives!
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  • If you like beer and a good time with fun people, then this tour is for you! The only problem with this tour is that we want to go again!
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