Bar Openings

Outlander Brewery and Pub Opens August 3 in Fremont

A mellow spot to try intriguing ales.

By Christopher Werner July 30, 2012


Outlander Brewery and Pub opens in Fremont. Photo courtesy the establishment.

Look, a brewery that's opening somewhere other than Ballard.

Dragan Radulovic and Nigel Lassiter have announced this Friday, August 3 they will debut Outlander Brewery and Pub at 225 North 36th Street in Fremont.

Radulovic and Lassiter have converted the ground floor of an early 1900s house into a quaint bar and its basement into a nano operation. There Lassiter, a longtime home brewer, will whip up 30-gallon batches of intriguing ales (one recent example: strawberry wheat). Upstairs the "Victorian-style pub," as they call it, will feature five rotating taps--three or so Outlander labels--plus about 20 bottles. Two sitting rooms are charmingly outfitted with salvaged wares, including a phonograph from the 1940s that patrons are welcome to use. The intended vibe: mellow. A patio seats 20 and will accommodate the grilling action (there have been mentions of beer sausages).

Radulovic will captain the food menu, which may include such ale-infused offerings as stout cheese pate plus sandwiches and salads.

Opening festivities happen Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 5pm-midnight. Starting August 5 Outlander will serve lunch and dinner daily; happy hour is slated weekdays between 3 and 6.

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