Tucked in the industrial neighborhood of Georgetown, the eponymous brewery is best known for its beloved flagship beer, Manny’s pale ale, a crisp, clean and smooth brew with hints of citrus and fruit. In addition to being their top seller, it’s available in over 900 bars and restaurants in the Seattle area. But Manny's isn't the only good beer in Georgetown's repertoire—check out the entire catalog for hoppy delights, easy-drinking low-alcohol beers and specialty brews.
We get it, when you think of Seattle, you think of coffee. But a recent craft beer movement in the Pacific Northwest, spearheaded by the brew nerds and accidental chemists of Seattle, is giving coffee a run for its money as Seattle's preferred beverage. With 174 breweries counted last year alone, the city holds the most beer-makers in the country, which also makes it awfully hard to choose which ones are worth checking out as part of the best things to do in Seattle. Our list of the best breweries in Seattle includes small-batch brewers and large productions with solid line-ups of IPAs, stouts, sours and more. And if you need sustenance, check out our list of the best restaurants in Seattle or the best breakfast in Seattle, too.
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