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