What are Seattle’s Top Breweries?

What are Seattle’s Top Breweries?


(driving rock music) – Getting started a little bit early. – Yep. – The Greely Group is out touring all of our favorite breweries. So as real estate agents, we often are asked by people that are transplants to the city, where is the best beer? And so we’re gonna sort
all of that out today. And we’re starting with Rueben’s. So what did you order, Blakeney? – I got the Lilywhite Belgian Wit. – Is is good? So, lighter, starting easy? – Starting off easy. – Okay, good.
– Yeah. – So I went heavy, hardcore, right away. This is an imperial black IPA. So it’s like a cross between
a porter stout and an IPA, so a little hoppy,
little malty, very tasty. And you only get it in a small glass, cause it’s kinda powerful. So Reuben’s is one of my favorite spots. I live in Ballard, this is in
Ballard, right here on 14th. It’s like my go-to, if
I want to meet somebody for a quick beer. Everything’s super tasty,
and my favorite part about this place is they
have a huge selection and they’re always trying new things. So they have their standards
usually on the menu, but there’s like something for everybody. So no matter who you’re
bringing or joining for a drink, there’s a beer that they’re gonna like. – Here we go. – Cheers.
Cheers – Second stop on the
Greely Group Beer Tour is at Hale’s Ales. Cheers to that. (glasses clinking) So what did you order here? – I got the Chinook Pale. – I went with the lager,
a little lighter beer. Because, while Hale’s is
a staple, it’s been here in the community forever, and
it’s a destination, really, for long-time Ballard residents. There’s a new twist on it, and
that is El Camion taco truck is now serving food here. So, tacos and a lager goes
really well in my opinion together, and so that’s what I’m having. We’re gonna sit outside. It’s a little noisy
right here, but they have indoor seating, they have
other outdoor seating on the back patio. And it’s just a great
spot to have a good beer. And it’s been here forever. So if you are tasting beer here in Seattle for the first time, you
gotta come to Hale’s. Alright, stop number three. (glasses clinking) Fremont Brewing Company. So what did you get? – I got the Interurban. I heard it’s one that you have to try. – If you’re into IPAs
and you’re in Seattle, this is probably Seattle’s number one IPA. I went with the imperial, the Brother IPA. They have a few different variants. Right now on tap is the Brother. And honestly, this is probably the most popular brewery in Seattle. And so you have to have
this as one of your stops if you’re checking out the
beer culture of our city. So…
– Perfect Cheers (glasses clinking) – Here we go. – Our last stop on the Greely Group tour. Blakeney, where are we now? – We are at Holy Mountain – Brewing Company. (Blakeney laughs) – And it’s on Elliott Avenue, in between Ballard and downtown. I’ve never been here
so this is new for me. I got a barrel aged brown and you got… – I got the Holy Lane. – Rolling into our final
stop with the light beer. Cheers
(Blakeney laughs) – Cheers. – Ambiance here is amazing. Great atmosphere, super chill, and a really good selection of beers. Enjoy. – Yep. – We just wrapped up at Holy Mountain. I’d never been here. I enjoyed it, did you? – I loved it. – So that wraps up our fourth
brewery today on our tour. I hope you find this helpful. If you’re into beer, if
you wanna taste new things, Seattle has a beer
culture like none other. And you should totally check it out. We’ll catch you on the next video. Thanks for watching. (driving rock music)

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