The Good Society Brewery will open a second location in Seattle



The new, Queen Anne taproom should open this fall.

Get used to it. This kind of news about breweries opening second, and even third, taprooms is becoming more and more common. West Seattle’s The Good Society Brewery is opening a second location across town. The forthcoming new taproom is in the Queen Anne neighborhood. As far as brewery taprooms are concerned, it’s an underserved part of the city, something that The Good Society Brewery intends to remedy.

The new Good Society Brewery taproom will sit at the corner of West McGraw Street and 6th Avenue West (see map below). Previously, the location served as a coffee shop. They will allow kids. No plans for a kitchen at this location, just beverages.

The neighborhood’s business district includes, among other things, a bakery (Macrina) and a taco shop (Malena’s). Ken’s Market is right across the street. A block down the street from the taproom you’ll find Targy’s Tavern, a long-standing, world-class neighborhood dive bar (I mean that in the most endearing way).


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Nick Berger, one of the owners of The Good Society Brewery, says that he hopes to have the new, 1,600-square-foot taproom open this fall. He’s currently, shooting for October. Nick says he isn’t expecting too many complications with the transition from a coffee shop to a taproom. Fingers crossed. The expected seating capacity is about 50. Eventually, the taproom will offer some outdoor seating, too.

Some beer-making activity will happen at the new location, but no actual brewing. Nick says he anticipates using the space for some barrel aging. For the most part, the beer will come from the Good Society Brewery in West Seattle.

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