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