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Redhook Ale Brewery
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Beer Ratings: 7,843
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Taps: - / Bottles: -
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$$ - reasonable
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]
14300 NE 145th St
phone: (425) 483-3232
Visitors can also grab a pint at the Forecaster's Public House, located at the brewery.
(Place added by: BeerAdvocate)
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vibe: 3 | quality: 3.75 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Place was crammed with people and the food looked great. If a friend of mine wasn't grilling salmon at the time I probably would have considered eating there but instead did just a flight. Beers were good to very good as expected. The place had a nice festive/ sports bar vibe to it despite it being so large. Think of those big chain BBQ joints... that sort of feel. It is in a remote area so it is likely I will not get there again with so many other alternatives in the area. Still worth checking out though.
10-17-2013 10:30:53 |
More by MilwaukeeCrusher
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
My first Ale brewery tour and my first real introduction into what beer really tastes like and should taste like. My wife and I had one our first dates here and every time we go its just brings up great memories. We've since moved out of state but every time we visit Redhook is a must.
05-27-2013 08:55:10 |
More by PufferFish727
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3 | $$
After a nice afternoon exploring the area my wife and I decided to stop in for a bite to eat and to check some brews off of our list. It was a gorgeous day so there were tons of people in the area and many went to Forecasters Pub but we did not have to wait long at all, maybe 5 minutes, until we were paged.
We ordered some ESB's to have them from the source since we had only tried it from bottles. I honestly did not notice much difference which led me to try a beer that looked to be recently written on the dry-erase board which houses the beers on tap at that moment. Blondage Pale Ale was amazing and refreshing, after I review 18 more beers I will add it since it blew my mind and others must know about it.
I ordered a pretzel as an appetizer, which went well with the ESB. My wife ordered a simple greens salad while I had the bratwurst and those did not disappoint which I wish I could say about the overpriced and sub-par Mac & Cheese that I had been looking forward to enjoying. Not a bad overall meal and it could have been much more expensive given the touristy feel.
There was a small but decent gift shop area near the entrance where you purchase tickets for the brewery tours.
06-02-2012 02:09:19 |
More by Hopmodium
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4 | $$
In '09, I visited a friend in Seattle and went to about a dozen breweries between the Seattle area and Birmingham. (The goal was to make it to Vancouver, but I ended up getting too drunk and had to be dragged back home.) The following day, I stumbled into this brewpub. This place was out in the middle of nowhere, and the layout was impressive. I only tried two of the brews unfortunately, but they were tasty, and the food made this stop a pleasant experience. Atmosphere was...meh...kinda restaurantish and not too intimate, but still ok. Service was decent.
04-29-2011 21:00:05 |
More by Rifugium
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$
Can be a bit crowded on weekends. Bar is a bit small and hard to find a seat when it is crowded.
Nice selection of Redhook beers, including some cask brews. Good food selection with suggested beer pairings on the menu.
The store is a bit expensive, but has some cool Redhook apparel and memorabilia.
The tour is the best! It is only $1 and you get to sample 5 or 6 beers. You also get to keep your sampler glass. It can be crowded but they work hard to get everyone their samples as fast as possible. Tour guides try to make the tour fun and fact-filled. Good trivia questions and if you know the answers, you get extra samples.
The summer movies are fun, but get really crowded! Hard to find parking. I recommend going to the over 21 shows so that you don't have to deal with kids.
01-28-2011 22:48:36 |
More by lbtarr
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
On our way back to Seattle from Vancouver, we made a one night detour to attend a wedding at Willows Lodge. We popped into The Forecaster's Pub for a quick beer and a late lunch. The bar area was hopping, as it was a Saturday and a tour was just about to start. After we sat at the bar and ordered, only then did we see the outside seating. Oh well. Beer selection was good, as most of the Redhook staples were there, plus a few gems. I had the Eisen Bach eisbock and my wife had the Belgian Tripel. We split an order of the salmon artichoke bit, which was tasty. When we mentioned to our waitress that we were in a hurry to get to a wedding, she brought us the check quickly, which helped us get going. We took a quick peek in the gift shop on the way out. Twelve bucks for a "Limited" tulip glass? Too rich for my blood. But Forecaster's was a nice place for a pint. Something for people to keep in mind if they are cruising around the vineyards nearby.
07-07-2010 23:18:10 |
More by morebeergood
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5 | $$
No other brewery in Washington comes close to rivaling the scope of Redhook's 260,000-bbl annual production. Their Woodinville operation boasts the state's largest brew kettle (100-bbl - so large, it has a mechanical winch to lower the poor soul who must enter and clean it) and their fermentation room would appear to cover several acres. It's like a tank battalion.
Redhook's Woodinville digs adjoin two wineries beside the Sammamish River and resembles a manicured estate moreso than an industrial plant. Daily tours allow visitors to explore the facility, collect a complimentary sampling glass, and dip into Redhook's catalog of ales. The one dollar cost is more of a tip than an admission fee, but be sure to tip your tour guide afterwards as well.
Adjoining the brewery is The Forecaster's Pub. The pub features a spacious seating area (often crowded), outdoors dining, and free live music on weekends. Food is routine barfare but generous and tasty. Just be sure to save some room for the Porter Ice Cream Sundae. The bar serves four regular Redhook ales, three seasonals, a cask, and several specials, including newer beers not yet available in bottles. The gift shop is easily the most accommodating of its kind in the state, offering Redhook playing cards, sweat bands, golf towels, and BBQ aprons among the more routine staples of T-shirts and drinking glasses. Bottled beer is available to go, often at discount prices.
Redhook beers range from clean, approachable standards to minimalist introductory beers suited to mass-market sensibilities. They are distributed to every American state except Utah and Oklahoma. When offered at supermarket prices, best values may be had in the form of the sharp, workable Long Hammer IPA or the agreeably modest Copperhook Spring Ale.
04-08-2009 04:37:02 |
More by RedDiamond
vibe: 2 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3 | $$
RedHook is the type of place that you need to know what you want before you go.
The place itself is found in a nice hamlet outside of Seattle, named of Woodinville. It has a nice campus, and is most certainly a place that seems proud to make beer.
Inside there are three components. The Restaurant, The Gift Shop and The Tour.
The restaurant is okay. The food's not great, but not horrible either. I had the bratwurst while my friend had the reuben. Both were palatable. The Service was great, however, and the servers and people behind the bar all knew their beer well.
The Gift Shop is a nice collection of basic brewery schwag, from glass to sweatshirts to even cases of their beer. I bought a mug for a reasonable price and was pleased.
The Tour? The tour is where I had a problem. If you go on tours to get an intimate look at the brewery learn a bit about their brewing process, and share the experience with a small group of equal temperament, than the RedHook tour is NOT the place for you.
We were there with over 60 other individuals, where we were crowded into a small serving room. And we were served samples of their beer after standing in line waiting for the other 60 some odd people to get their drinks.
In short, the tour is actually less a tour, and more of a reason to get 2 pints (give or take) of beer for a voluntary contribution of $1. If you like cheap beer and standing compressed against other people, then perhaps RedHook is for you.
Alas, it wasn't for me. The tour was a bust, cheap beer and all. We didn't tour, we didn't learn anything, and we were shoulder to shoulder with other folks. This was not we were hoping for.
02-11-2009 21:55:18 |
More by AccidentalKate
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5 | $$
Visited the Redhook brewery after a day of snowshoeing and a stop at two of the wineries nearby. The brewpub has kind of a generic feel to it like many of the chain brewpubs out there. We sat at the bar and service was competent yet kind of cold. Bostonjord and I both had the Double Black Coffee Stout which was quite enjoyable on draught. We shared a plate of nachos which were tasty yet nothing special. I had a second beer the double bock which I found to be too sweet. If you are in the area it is worth a stop but I would not go out of my way to visit. It would be worth the trip if you are into wine since there are at least 5 wineries right by the brewery.
01-25-2009 15:25:00 |
More by Trailmix242
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 2 | selection: 3 | food: 3 | $$$
We stop here for lunch when we go to Woodinville to visit the Tasting rooms(It satisfies the beer lovers in the group).
Large noisy dinning area, always crowded on the weekends. During the summer there is an outdoor patio open so you can enjoy the beautiful Pacific Northwest summer days.
Menu is extensive, offers everything from burgers to salmon. Always enjoy the Hummus, only menu item that we have found dissapointing is the Bratwurst. For the pure winos in the group they also offer a variety of wines.
Service is slow and it seems they never have enough staff on hand to cover all the tables.
Makes it hard to order more BEER.
The beers are all Red Hook standards plus some seasonals. Have yet to try the brewery tour due to time. Might come in on a weekday to check it out.
Not an awful place, we have come back several time. I would call this more of a restaraunt with a brewery than a brewery that just happens to serve food.
11-09-2008 18:05:32 |
More by hawkseven
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