Holy Mountain Brewing’s new taproom now open in Phinney Ridge

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Holy Mountain Brewing in Seattle has now opened its second taproom.

Congratulations to Holy Mountain Brewing, which just opened its new taproom in Seattle. About a year ago, the brewery announced its plan to open a new spot in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood at 7009 Greenwood Ave N.

“We finally opened HM’s new taproom in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood yesterday afternoon,” said Colin Lenfesty, one of the brewey’s founders, on Instagram this past weekend. “My heart is overflowing from everyone who has stopped by to welcome us to the neighborhood. This project was not without its hurdles and frustrations, but the people involved were an incredible driving force of positivity.”

The new location offers a pet- and kid-friendly environment for slurping on some of the city’s best beer. Yep, an all-ages taproom is new for Holy Mountain Brewing: the original taproom (still open) is for grownups only. Also, the original taproom, along the railroad tracks in the Interbay neighborhood, is an industrial location. The Phinney Ridge neighborhood is very much a residential location.


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We intend to visit the new digs soon and will add some photos once we do. In the meantime, follow Holy Mountain Brewing on Instagram.

Holy Mountain Brewing, Phinney Ridge
7009 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103


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