Microbrew fans say Redhook Ale Brewery is the place that put Seattle on the beer map. The company outgrew its original ... More
Redhook Ale Brewery
Microbrew fans say Redhook Ale Brewery is the place that put Seattle on the beer map. The company outgrew its original Seattle brewery, a converted trolley house and moved to Woodinville in 1994. Brewery tours, include samples of three or four ales. Then, have a pint with lunch at The Forecasters Pub. Minors are welcome on the tour and in the pub until live music begins.
I love Red Hook. Whenever I am in the area my friends and I will always visit. What I love most about Red Hook (other than the beer, of course) is their tour. It's only a dollar and you get to sample beer and keep the sample glass. It is a fun environment with a great staff. The only dislike I have with Red Hook is the price of their food. It seems a little pricey. Overall, you have to visit this brewery and definitely go on the tour. In fact, I'm visiting the brewery tomorrow!
Want country? Redhook Ale Brewery is surrounded by trees, hills and green pastures. How relaxing! The food is just fabulous, expecially the Hog Wings.
A perfect appetizer, zesty, and filling. Having never eaten them before, they were a mystery to us. Wondering if we could find out what cut of pork these little treasures is. We found the Redhook Brewery to be a very enjoyable destination, and when we are in the area will visit again for sure.
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