© Machine House Brewery
Machine House Brewery has two locations, with the main one featuring the brewery in Georgetown and the other in the Central District acting as a taproom. The brewery began in 2013 and has consistently produced cask-conditioned ales. They brew in small batches at their Georgetown brewery, with a focus on British traditions and beers of all styles. Signature ales include Golden Ale, Dark Mild, and Best Bitter. Check their website to see the current seasonal beers on tap, such as Porter, NW Bitter, Mandarina Pale Ale, and Cambridge Bitter.
Past seasonal beers have included Single Hop Comet Pale Ale, B-Day Beer – Spelt IPA, Oat Pale Ale, Citra Mosaic IPA, IPA (Wakatu, Motueka, Ella), Cashmere Blanc Pale, Galaxy Pale Ale, Winter Warmer, Blakeney Bitter, Imperial Stout, and Fresh Hop Citra IPA. Be on the lookout for new brews. The Georgetown location always has seven of their cask ales served using traditional hand pumps plus a guest tap and local cider in either bottles or cans. It is kid- and dog-friendly, and encourages you to bring outside food. The Central District location has nine cask ales, four guest taps, and a small food menu plus two TVs. This location is adults-only. Both locations have Wi-Fi.
5840 Airport Way S., Suite 121, Seattle, WA, Phone: 206-402-6025 and 1315 E. Jefferson St., Seattle, WA, Phone: 206-484-8324
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