As we reported last October, Machine House Brewery lost its lease and therefore was looking for a new home. Presumably, that means it was unable to reach a viable lease agreement with its landlord. The brewery just announced its plan to move to Seattle’s Hillman City neighborhood this spring. Local beer enthusiasts will recognize the new location as the home of the recently closed NW Peaks Brewery.
The plan will see Machine House open in Hillman City this spring as the current lease at the Georgetown location is up at the end of May. The new location is at 5718 Rainier Avenue South, formerly the home of NW Peaks Brewery and Spinnaker Bay Brewing before that.
“We are excited to announce that we will be moving to the Hillman City neighborhood this Spring,” said an announcement from Machine House Brewery. “We are super happy to have secured a space to keep Machine House in the south end of Seattle and are looking forward to sharing our new home with you. We will be sad to say goodbye to our home for the last 10 years, but excited for the future in our new location. “
“We are looking forward to creating a cool, family-friendly taproom in the new space and to keep making lots of nice cask ales for our customers to enjoy. Not sure exactly when we will be open in Hillman City, but please make sure to come out and visit us in Georgetown over the next couple of months before we move out! Moving the brewery is going to be insane and we appreciate all the support.”