Welcome Our Latest Advertiser: Elliott Bay Brewery!
The B-Town Blog would like to lift its pint glass full of original, organic, locally-brewed brew and offer up a hearty toast to its latest Advertiser, Elliott Bay Brewery of Burien!
Elliott Bay Brewery is located at 255 SW 152nd Street in downtown Burien (map below), at the intersection of 4th Ave SW and SW 152nd, kitty-corner from the Burien Town Square construction.
They’ll be serving up lots of great food and fresh brewed beer at our second-ever “Blog Party 2.0” on Monday Aug. 25th, from 6pm on, and we invite all our Readers, Contributors and Advertisers to come on down and toss back a pint or three. That night will also serve as a Fundraiser for both the Highline and White Center Food Banks, and while there is no cover charge, all attendees are kindly requested to bring at least two cans (or boxes) of food.
Elliott Bay Brewery brews its own beers right on the premises, and you can even check out the big old tanks in the corner window (sometimes you may even spot the Brewmaster). And of course, strictly in the name of research, your BTBers have sampled just about every brew there is to quaff at Elliott Bay Brewery, and we’re happy to say there’s not a bad one in the batch.
On July 27th, Elliott Bay Brewery received notice that 12 of their house-brewed beers had been awarded organic certification from the WA Dept. of Agriculture. Elliott Bay Brewery is the first brewery in King County to brew certified organic beer and the only brewery in the state to gain certification for so many of its beers.
Currently, Elliott Bay Brewery is brewing up:
As well as these seasonals, most of which are named after Burien’s namesake Gottlieb Von Boorien:
Aside from being the area’s only brewery (and organic one at that), Elliott Bay Brewery is also green â€“ they’re now participating in Puget Sound Energy’s Green Power program and purchasing approximately 60% of our electricity from wind power sources.
Elliott Bay Brewery also serves up some of the area’s highest quality pub food, most of which is made on-site from scratch, including hummus, crab cakes, salad dressings, soups, salads, and sauces. Their gourmet burgers are available with either all-natural Black Angus beef, chicken breast or vegetarian garden patty. All are served on buns baked with spent grain, a high-fiber by-product of their brewing process. You can view and print their full menu here (PDF file).
As you can probably guess, Elliott Bay Brewery also donates quite a bit to local charities, including these schools:
- St. Francis of Assisi
- Des Moines Elementary
- Shorewood Elementary
- Cedarhurst Elementary
So, to review:
- Certified Organic Beer
- Brewed Locally
- Hosting Blog Party 2.0
- In Tune With Local History
- Eco-Friendly and Very Green
- Serves Great Pub Food Made From Scratch
- Donates to Local Charities
Oh yeah, and one other thing:
- Brews a Ding Dang Fine Brewski!
Please click on their Ad, check out their offerings, attend Blog Party 2.0 (on Aug. 25th), and enjoy a fine meal and refreshing beverage (heck, they even serve excellent root beer on tap for the kids!).
Elliott Bay Brewery’s operating hours are:
- Monday-Saturday, from 11 am – 12 midnight
- Sunday from 11 am – 11 pm
Happy Hours are:
- Daily from 3 pm – 6 pm
- Nightly from 10 pm – close (that’s right â€“ a second happy hour!)