Eastlake’s new combination scratch-sandwich counter, bottle shop, and filling station has 48 taps (including some housemade sodas) and tusk-adorned growlers.
Part bar and part specialty bottle shop, this West Seattle watering hole has over 35 rotating taps of unique brews that are hard to find elsewhere, let alone take home in a big glass jug.
One stop for all your birthday card, allergy medication, and growler fill needs: Filling stations at the Ballard, Greenwood, and South Lake Union locations keep Manny’s Pale Ale and Mac and Jack’s on all the time, rotating the other four taps every two weeks.
The original Greenwood and newer Central District locations boast an impressive 42 and 50 rotating taps, respectively.
Redmond’s craft beer bottle shop has 19 draft selections, mostly hailing from West Coast breweries, as well as a handful of European styles.
The esteemed beer enthusiast who brought us Super Deli Mart now runs this unassuming market in Martha Lake, supplying the usual assortment of convenience provisions, plus 20 taps and, yes, more than 200 cigars.