If you love a good beer, then you are in luck. With more than 30 breweries in Snohomish County, you can definitely get your craft beer groove on. Whether you are looking for a brewery in Snohomish that crafts a wide variety, or one that carries specialty beers, you are sure to find one or more to your liking. Not sure where to start? Here’s a guide to help you on your self-guided craft beer tour of Snohomish County.
Skookum Brewery in Arlington is known for big, bold and strong beers, particular stouts and IPAs. These beers with attitude even come with names as edgy as they are – Murderer of Crows and Amber’s Hot Friend, for example. The Skookum Brewery taproom is for those 21-years-old and over only and has 16 taps, including local kombucha and a craft cider, as well as 14 of their own brews. They have food trucks on certain days, check their events schedule for dates and times. For more information, visit the Skookum Brewery website.
17925 59th Avenue NE, Arlington
210 Brewing Company in Arlington is unique because it is located inside the Angels of the Winds Casino. The brewery is known for its many rotating varieties, there is always something different on tap! There is a full-service kitchen and, since it’s inside a casino, plenty of entertainment nearby. Because of its location, visitors must be 21-years-old to enter. For more information, visit the Angel of the Winds website.
Angels of the Winds Casino, Arlington
3438 Stoluckquamish Lane
Decibel Brewing Company in Bothell is known for having a wide variety of beers on tap, so they should have something for every taste. The tasting room is laid back, and is both kid and pet friendly. They do not have food other than peanuts for snacks, so bring your own lunch to pair with your beer. Decibel Brewing is known for their stouts. They have live music every weekend, making it great date night location. For more information, visit the Decibel Brewing Company website.
18204 Bothell-Everette Highway, Suite C, Bothell
If you want something unique, head to Foggy Noggin Brewing in Bothell. They are one of the world’s smallest production breweries and specialize in English-style ales. Their tasting room is open Saturdays only and is family and pet friendly. They having tastings, pints, growlers and bottle sales. You will need to bring your own food and it should be noted that the restroom onsite is a portable one. For more information, visit the Foggy Noggin Brewing website.
22329 53rd Avenue SE., Bothell
American Brewing Company in Edmonds crafts their beer with a combination of traditional brewing techniques and modern-day innovation. They are known for their Oatmeal Stout, but always have several different beers on tap. Their tasting room does not sell food, so be sure to bring our own and they are 21-years-old and over only. For more information, visit the American Brewing Company website.
180 W Dayton Street, Edmonds
Salish Sea Brewing Company is a family friendly brewery in Edmonds that focuses on handcrafted ales and lager, and they are most known for their IPAs. They use fresh, natural ingredients, with no clarifying agents. Most of their beer only has four ingredients – water, grain, hops and yeast. Stouts have a fifth ingredient, oatmeal. Their tasting room includes seating, games and a full-service kitchen. Salish Sea Brewery also hosts events throughout the year. For more information, visit the Salish Sea Brewery website.
518 Dayton Street #104., Edmonds
Gallagher’s Where U Brew in Edmonds is a fun brewery and tap room that as a unique twist – it’s the largest DIY Public Brewery in Puget Sound! They supply everything you need to create your own craft beer. Or try one of their eight brews on tap at all times. Gallagher’s Where U Brew is dog and family friendly as well. In fact, your kids can taste some of their house-made root beer, straight or in a classic float. You will have to bring your own food, though. You can also make wine or cider at Gallagher’s and they welcome parties with no facility fee or charge per person. For more information, visit the Gallagher’s Where U Brew website.
180 W. Dayton Street #105, Edmonds
Middleton Brewery in Everett is known for their unique beers. They have a full menu and are dog and child friendly. Visitors love the food just as much as their beer, in particular the beer cheese soup and the pizza. Don’t be afraid to try the Monkey Butt Beer, and you’ll be glad you did. Middleton Brewery hosts events throughout the year. For more information, visit the Middleton Brewery Facebook page.
607 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett
Crucible Brewing in Everett focuses on small batch, high quality beer. They are known for hoppy IPAs and tart sours. The tasting room is family-friendly, but you will need to bring your own food. They usually have around 20 beers on tap. Crucible Brewing has events throughout the year. For more information, visit the Crucible Brewing website.
909 SE. Everett Mall Way, Everett
At Large Brewing in Everett has 17 taps that rotate. They have blondes, NE IPAs, stouts and DIPAs, to name a few and are known for their IPAs. You can play a game of shuffleboard while you wait for your food to be delivered, or bring your own meal. The At Large Brewing tasting room is pet and family friendly, and indoor and outdoor seating is available. For more information, visit the At Large Brewing website.
2730 W. Marine View Drive, Everett
Named after the wife’s childhood nickname, Scuttlebutt Brewing Company in Everett is a family-owned brewing company that has been creating craft beers since 1996. They create over 20 styles of hand-crafted ales and lagers, but are known for their homeport blonde. Their Family Pub location has a full-service restaurant and is open to all ages. For more information, visit the Scuttlebutt Brewing Company website.
1205 Craftsman Way, Everett
Brewery and Taproom
3314 Cedar Street, Everett
Those wanting to really get a feel for a brewery should head to Lazy Boy Brewing in Everett. The Lazy Boy Brewing tasting room is located right inside their brewery, so you can watch the brewers work while tasting their beers. They have 10 beers on tap at a time, including seasonal beers and ciders, and specialty beers only available at the tasting room. They are known for their IPAs. Their tasting room is family and pet friendly. You will want to bring your own food, though they do have some snacks like popcorn available. For more information visit the Lazy Boy Brewing website.
715 100th Street SE, Everett
Brewbakers Brewery in Lake Stevens is a father-son owned craft brewery. They are known for their small batch craft beers, all of which are brewed on-site. Brewbakers Brewery has a taproom open to the public, but it is cash only. They have menus from several area restaurants that will deliver right to your table, or you can bring your own. On nice days, take advantage of their large outdoor space with a firepit. They have five selections always on tap: Hawaiian IPA, porter, Irish red, cream ale and Belgian blonde, plus a rotating tap. For more information visit the Brewbakers Brewery Facebook Page.
11927 84th Street NE, Lake Stevens
Lake Stevens Brewing Company in Lake Stevens was the first brewery in the city. Their goal was an inviting taproom that was open to all – families and pets included. They have a beautiful outdoor beer garden with a firepit for nice weather and a cozy tap room for year-round use. Lake Stevens Brewing Company is known for their IPAs. You can bring your own food, or order from nearby restaurants. Along with their craft beer, they have a rotating cider selection. For more information, visit the Lake Stevens Brewing Company website.
2010 Grade Road, Lake Stevens
Big E. Ales is a brewery in Lynnwood that has been crafting since 2005. Their brewpub has a full menu and an inviting atmosphere for the full family to come and enjoy. The owners hope you don’t just come in a grab a quick beer and bite, but stay and become friends. Their large menu includes lots of comfort foods, including pork rib tips, Wisconsin cheese curds, and several burger and sandwich options. They always have a variety of beer on tap. They are known for their Belgian ales. Big E Ales has events throughout the year and rents out their space on Saturdays for events as well. For more information, visit the Big E. Ales website.
5030 208th Street SW, Lynnwood
Five Rights Brewery in Marysville is an award-wining craft brewery. They are focused on using the right ingredients to create the right beer and it’s working. They have a culture of care that goes into their beer – which is why they are named after the five rights every nurse must learn. The Five Rights Brewery taproom is located in the historic Carr’s Hardware Building and is family friendly. They have 24 beers on tap as well as kombucha and root beer. They are known for their award-winning Bavarian-style Hefeweizen, Saisons and IPAs. You can order food from Wander Coffee Bar & Eatery, located in the same building, and it will be delivered to your table. For more information, visit the Five Rights Brewery website.
1514 3rd Street, Marysville
If you are looking for a true, backyard, downhome craft brewery, Swinnerton Brewery in Marysville is it. Located in a residential area, the brewery is by appointment only, but well worth the visit. Swinnerton is family friendly, but you will have to bring your own food. A true nanobrewery, it’s perfect for those looking for small batch beer in a very laid-back environment. For more information, visit the Swinnerton Brewery website.
1809 8th Street, Marysville
425-387-7045, call or text
Whitewall Brewing Company in Marysville was the first craft brewery in the city. They are known for high quality ales, especially their brown and cream ales. Their taproom is inside their brewery and has 10 taps. Whitewall Brewing Company is family and pet friendly and you will need to bring your own food. For more information, visit the Whitewall Brewing Company website.
14524 Smokey Pt Boulevard, Ste 1, Marysville
Dreadnought Brewing in Monroe is passionate about music and beer, so they pair them together often! They have a full events list with great music for you listen to while enjoying your craft beer in their family-friendly tasting room with a full-service restaurant. Dreadnought Brewing is known for their milk stout, but they have a large, changing tap list that sometimes includes guest taps as well. For more information, visit the Dreadnought Brewing website.
16726 146th Street SE, Monroe
Starting from a home brewing kit he received as a birthday present from his mother, Adam Hoffman created Twins Rivers Brewing Company and Adam’s Northwest Bistro and Brewery. As a chef, he focuses on purity of flavor, aroma and visual appeal in both his cooking and his brewing. The brewery has roughly 6 staple beers as well as 12 varieties that are released throughout the year, including IPAs, stouts and ales. The Twin Rivers Brewing Company is family friendly and has a full-service menu. For more information, visit the Twin Rivers Brewing Company website.
104 N. Lewis Street, Monroe
Diamond Knot Brewery in Snohomish County has been creating handcrafted microbrews since 1994 and now have three locations. Each location offers tastings. The Brewery and Alehouse has causal family friendly dining. The Production Brewery and Taproom is their headquarters where the beer is crafted. Finally, the Diamond Knot Brewery Brewpub has a tasting room with happy hour specials, a monthly Washington Beer Night and special cask tapping events. Diamond Knot Brewery is known for their IPAs and is family friendly. For more information, visit the Diamond Knot Brewery website.
5602 232nd Street SW, Mountlake Terrace
Production Brewery and Taproom
4602 Chennault Beach Road, B2, Mukilteo
Brewery and Alehouse
621 Front Street, Mukilteo
Sno Town Brewery in Snohomish is a kid and pet friendly tasting room full of locally brewed craft beer. They have live music every Friday and Saturday night, making it a great place for a night out. Sno Town Brewery also has events throughout the year. You will need to bring your own food. For more information, visit the Sno Town Brewery Facebook page.
511 2nd Street Snohomish
Those looking for an authentic atmosphere, should head to Spada Farmhouse Brewery tasting room in Snohomish. The brewery is on the family’s farm that was founded in 1912. They are known for brewing barrel aged sour beers and farmhouse style ales. At the family friendly tasting room, you will find an assortment of beers on tap and a cider from a partnering distillery. You can bring your own food, or order a pizza from Piccola Pizza next door. For more information, visit the Spada Farmhouse Brewery website.
106 Union Avenue Snohomish
A former video game developer for Disney owns and runs Scrappy Punk Brewing in Snohomish, one of Washington State’s smallest commercial breweries. Scrappy Punk Brewing is known for its Coconut Blonde Ale, which is always on tap. Bring your own food to the family and dog friendly tasting room, or order delivery. For more information, visit the Scrappy Punk Brewing website.
9029A 112th Drive SE. Snohomish
Haywire Brewing Company is a unique brewery located inside a hay barn! It is a nanobrewery in Snohomish, meaning they produce beer in very small batches, even smaller than a microbrewery. The family that runs it focuses on craft beer that incorporates local resources. Haywire Brewing Company is known for their Hen-pecked Amber. Their tasting room is family and dog friendly. Bring your own food, though they do have food trucks on Fridays. For more information, visit the Haywire Brewing Company website.
12125 Treosti Road, Snohomish
Lost Canoe Brewing in Snohomish is another nanobrewery. Their industrial-styled tasting room is family friendly, with games for entertainment. Pets are allowed in the beer garden. Lost Canoe Brewing hosts fun events throughout the year, including trivia. They are known for their IPAs. You will need to bring your own food, unless you go on a Food Truck day. For more information, visit the Lost Canoe Brewing Facebook Page.
1208 10th Street, Snohomish
Sound to Summit Brewing in Snohomish opened in 2014 as a craft brewery specializing in an array of beer with a full restaurant to pair with them. Visitors love the food as much as they love the beer. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner and is family friendly. Sound to Summer Brewing is known for their IPAs. They have events throughout the year. For more information, visit the Sound to Summit Brewing website.
1830 Bickford Avenue, Ste 111, Snohomish
Timber Monster Brewing Company in Sultan is family owned and operated. They not only have craft beer, but also Great Timber Monster Coffee Company coffee, a full-service kitchen and even a drive-through. They also do take out orders. They are family friendly. Timber Monster Brewing Company is known for blood orange blonde and vanilla bourbon porter. For more information, visit the Timber Monster Brewing Company Facebook page.
410 Main Street, Sultan