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Fremont Brewing

Map & Directions 3409 Woodland Park Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103
FLAG
 
206-420-2407
  • Brewery
  • Sun 12pm-6pm, Mon-Wed 11am-7pm, Thu-Fri 11am-8pm, Sat 12pm-8pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, cash
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Snacks
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Free

Description

Seattle Weekly's Description

Fremont Brewing Company makes small-batch artisan beers, with barley from the Okanogan, Yakima Valley hops, and water from the Cedar River watershed. Their best brew is their first, Universale Ale: both light and full-bodied, this hop-rich pale ale is smooth, well-balanced, and touched with a hit of malted sweetness. Their brews are featured on well-thought-out drink menus all over town.

 
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  • Seattle Weekly on 12/14/10

    Their best brew is their first, Universale Ale: both light and full-bodied, this hop-rich pale ale is smooth, well-balanced, and touched with a hit of malted sweetness.

  • Amy D. on 01/15/10

    Thu-Sat 4-8pm Urban Beer Garden...$8 Growler fills! Get a goblet of the Bourbon Abominable Winter Ale before its gone.

  • Think Local on 11/24/11

    Some of our favorite beer from some of our favorite people!

  • Seattle Met on 11/30/11

    Abominable Winter AleA dark winter ale with roasty and chocolate notes; another version comes aged in a bourbon barrel.

  • Kelly A. on 04/01/12

    I guess kids are allowed because im sitting in the middle of a dozen of them

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