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Brouwer's Cafe

Recommended

This business has special options available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Outdoor Dining
  • Dine-In
  • Beer/Wine/Booze
  • Takeout
Wednesday,June 24th- 4-8pm
Thursday, June 25th - 4-8pm​​
Friday, June 26th - 4-9pm​​
Saturday, June 27th - 4-9pm
Wednesday, July 1st 4-8pm
Thursday, July 2nd 4-8pm
Friday, July 3rd 4-9pm
Closed July 4th
400 N 35th St (Fremont)
Seattle, WA 98103
206-267-2437
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If Tyrion Lannister had a taste for double IPAs, it'd be easy to picture this Fremont beer temple in the depths of Casterly Rock. Radiant chandeliers and a circular galley hang over the new-world beer hall, which trades in rarefied ales and Belgian-leaning pub grub. So strong is Brouwer's Game of Thrones vibe, with (fake?) stone walls and handsomely worn wooden tables, you half expect a horny, drunken dwarf to stumble out of the keg room with a chalice of lambic. Despite roughly 170 powerhouse and lesser-known Belgian beers speckling the massive tap and bottle lists–not to mention an impressive Scotch arsenal–American craft beer remains a chief draw. MICHAEL RIETMULDER

Upcoming Events at Brouwer's Cafe

Wed, Oct 14