Seattle Breweries & Beer Spots

Looking for breweries or other great beer spots to visit in Seattle? This map lists the 60+ breweries in Seattle to check out. We have included whether the breweries are dog-friendly, kid-friendly, have food, and have outdoor and indoor seating. This map also includes breweries’ satellite tasting rooms and some of the city’s better beer spots (bars, bottleshops, etc). Breweries, do we have something wrong? Use this form to let us know. Note: We do not share information about production-only breweries. No sense in telling folks about places they cannot go.

INDEX -On the map below, to view a list of what’s on this map, click the list icon. It looks like this:

NAVIGATION – On the map below, to navigate to the location you’ve selected, click the navigate icon. It looks like this:

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About Seattle’s Craft Beer History

It all started back in 1982 when Redhook opened in Seattle as one of the first craft breweries in America. Today Seattle is home to more than 60 breweries, with even more breweries in the surrounding area and more breweries are always in planning. Seattle is a city mad for craft beer. A city where the most popular draft beer is from a local brewery. That is, you’re more likely to find Manny’s Pale Ale on tap at the local bar than you are any other brand of beer, including those big national brands. People in Seattle are proud of their breweries and support them fiercely.

Any visit to the Emerald City would be incomplete without checking out some breweries. Our map of craft breweries around Seattle is intended to help you navigate the 60+ breweries that currently serve the beer-crazed masses.