TOP 10 BREWERIES IN WASHINGTON
Washington has a booming beer culture. The state ranks #6 in number of craft breweries per capita. Seattle ranks #4 for total number of breweries in a city (behind only Portland, Denver, and San Diego).
 
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GEORGETOWN BREWING CO. (SEATTLE)

Georgetown is the type of company that focuses on doing one thing really well. 70% of their sales if from their numero uno... Manny's Pale Ale. They have also been recognized for their Gusto Crema (coffee beer) and Johnny Utah (Pale Ale).

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THREE MAGNETS BREWING COMPANY (OLYMPIA)

Three Magnets, or "3 Mag" as known by locals, is Olympia's best option for beer. In addition to their nationally award-winning beers, one of the best reasons to visit is for their beer release dinners. These are four-course dinners with beer pairings.

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PIKE BREWING COMPANY (SEATTLE)

Pike Brewing is located in Seattle's historic Pike Place neighborhood. Pike Brewing is a full on entertainment destination with two restaurants and the Microbrewery Museum.

7.
STOUP BREWING (SEATTLE)

Stoup takes pride in bringing science (AKA "beer geeks") to brewing. Stoup has a fantastic tap room with a rotational food truck every evening.

6.
BLACK RAVEN BREWING CO. (REDMOND)

Redmond's best spot for beers is Black Raven. The brewery has award-winning specialty beers such as Corvus Kriekus American Cherry Sour, Coco Jones Coconut Porter, and La Mourt Bourbon. The La Mourt Bourbon is aged in bourbon barrels for 12 months and it has 11.3% ABV.

5.
REUBEN'S BREWS (SEATTLE)

Reuben's Brews is small brewery based in Seattle. Reuben's has been recognized for major awards for their ales and lagers. They have a taproom in the Ballard neighborhood, where they feature 24 beers on tap.

4.
ENGINE HOUSE 9 (E9) BREWERY (TACOMA)

E9 was built in an old fire station that dates back to 1908. The brewery maintained the firehouse theme. E9 specializes in award-winning farmhouse ales and sour beers. E9 won the 2017 "Mid-Sized Brewery of the Year" at the Washington Beer Awards.

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FREMONT BREWING COMPANY (SEATTLE)

Fremont is a family-owned craft brewery in Seattle. Fremont has mastered all versions of the pale ale with their Universal Pale, Interurban IPA, Lush IPA, and Session Pale Ale. They also have some awesome barrel-aged beers. Check out their Urban Beer Garden for a great experience for beer drinkers.

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REDHOOK ALE BREWERY (WOODINVILLE)

Redhook is (by far) the largest beer producer in the state of Washington. Their top beers include Redhook ESB, Pilsner, and Long Hammer IPA. Redhook has been brewing since 1981.

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CHUCKANUT BREWERY (BELLINGHAM AND BURLINGTON)

Chuckanut has been racking up the awards for their "heavenly beer". The recognition includes 2009 Great American Beer Fest Small Brewpub / Brewer of the Year and the 2017 Washington Beer Award Large Brewery of the Year. Chuckanut specializes in lighter beers, including lagers, pilsner, wheat, and kolsch.

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