Seattle’s beer scene has always been a vibrant one—it’s possibly the only city in America where new breweries seem to pop up as frequently as new Starbucks locations. And that makes the market an even tougher one to break into because residents know their beer. What sets Holy Mountain apart is Mike Murphy and Colin Lenfesty’s dedication to lesser-known varieties of the hoppy stuff. Shockingly, there’s no signature IPA on the menu, for example. Instead drinkers are more likely to find yeasty saisons and oak-aged stouts that are best enjoyed in the Interbay brewery-slash-taproom.
|Venue name:||Holy Mountain Brewing|
1421 Elliott Ave W
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 3-9pm; Fri, Sat noon-10pm; Sun noon-9pm|