Since opening in 2015, Holy Mountain Brewing has been pretty quiet. That is, the beer speaks for itself. Holy Mountain Brewing prefers to let the beer do the talking. The brewery doesn’t toot its own horn and rarely asks people like me to toot it for them. Although I am always looking for a story, I admire the beer-first attitude.
Local beer enthusiasts know about Holy Mountain whether the brewery is making headlines or not. I’m sorry, Holy Mountain, but today you are making headlines. The brewery just announced that it is opening a second location. A new Holy Mountain Taproom is now under construction in Seattle’s Phinney Ridge neighborhood, with a plan to open by year’s end.
The new location will offer a pet- and kid-friendly environment for slurping on some of the city’s best beer. Yep, all-ages is a new thing for Holy Mountain Brewing: the current taproom is for grownups only. Also, the original taproom in the Interbay neighborhood, along the railroad tracks, is an industrial location. The Phinney Ridge neighborhood is very much a residential location.
Congrats, Holy Mountain, this is big news. The beer is still the real story, but the new taproom will make it easier for more people to hear the beer speak.
Here is Holy Mountain Brewing’s announcement from social media:
“We are incredibly excited to announce that we are currently building out an additional Taproom in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood of Seattle located at 7009 Greenwood Avenue North. We will be available for all of your beer needs 7 days a week, and even more exciting, @bensbreads will be located directly next door to us for your one-stop shopping gluten needs! How cool is that?!”
“This location will be ALL AGES and pet friendly. Expect spacious and comfortable seating, with plenty of room for small and large groups alike and sidewalk seating available when weather permits. Easy walking distance to some of our favorite places in the city: @ridgewood_bottle_and_tap, (seriously awesome), @oliverstwistseattle, @chupacabraseattle, @redmillburgers, @thaikuonphinney, @kensmarket, and @arcseattle just to name a few!”
“We’ve been working hard the last few months and are incredibly excited to be part of this neighborhood and surrounding communities and bring our beer a little farther north. This wouldn’t be possible without all of the hard work and help from our friends @hubconstructiongroup and @robhutcharch, who we have been working with closely and are finally ready to break ground this week!”
“We’ll be sharing updates as we make progress, and are shooting to be open the later part of this year. As always, thank you for your support and we look forward to you visiting this new location in the future.’