Since 2014, Sound2Summit, a local craft brewery, has served the community of Snohomish, Washington. The small town is about 10 miles up the Snohomish River from the waterfront in Everett. Last weekend, Sound2Summit opened its second location: at The Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place, a new 1.5 million square foot mixed-use development located on 65 acres.
Sound2Summit’s new taproom is the latest addition to what the Port of Everett hopes will emerge as a new dining and drinking destination. Scuttlebutt Brewing’s taproom is right down the street from the new Sound2Summit taproom. Last we heard, Lazy Boy Brewing will eventually join the waterfront fun too.
The new Sound2Summit taproom is also an eatery. The menu includes pizzas, grinders, flatbreads, wings, salads, and more. It’s described as an open-concept indoor space with a large patio.
“We really wanted to connect the brewery to the waterfront and water,” Doug Milnor, one of the owners of Sound2Summit Brewing, told the Everett Herald. “We’re excited to be down here and part of this community. My first visit here, I knew this would be a perfect spot. It just made the most logical sense from an economics of scale point of view. It was a good time for us to make a move and this was a great location.”
People upriver in Snohomish need not worry. Sound2Summit’s brewery/taproom isn’t going anywhere. Head brewer Adam Frantz will continue to create all the lovely beers at the brewery in Snohomish.
Sound2Summit’s new taproom
1070 W. Marine Drive
Everett, WA 98201
Mon – Thurs: Noon til 9:00
Fri – Sat: Noon til 10:00
Sun – Noon til 8:00