Brouwer's

★★★★★
The owners of Bottleworks in Wallingford lure beer lovers to their modern-yet-traditional Belgian ale house in a converted warehouse space.
  • 400 N 35th St

    Seattle, WA 98103

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  • 206-267-2437

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Not only is Brouwers rude toward non-americans (see Bazzer1978's review below), they are down right racist.

My wife tried to take me here for my 30th birthday. I was very excited to drink some great Belgian beer and try the frites. That

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★★★★★

Not only is Brouwers rude toward non-americans (see Bazzer1978's review below), they are down right racist.

My wife tried to take me here for my 30th birthday. I was very excited to drink some great Belgian beer and try the frites. That

Pros: nothing worth mentioning

Cons: racists

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Recently rated America's #3 beer hall by RateBeer--whatever that's worth--Brouwer's is something like Seattle Beer Museum (SBM?)--albeit a museum hopped up on hops and the Melvins. 60-some international beers on tap, many Belgians

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★★★★★

Recently rated America's #3 beer hall by RateBeer--whatever that's worth--Brouwer's is something like Seattle Beer Museum (SBM?)--albeit a museum hopped up on hops and the Melvins. 60-some international beers on tap, many Belgians

Pros: BEERBEERBEERBEERBEER. Really good beer.

Cons: No Bud Light. Hopefully that's not your thing.

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If you like IPA's then this is your place. 63 beers on tap and hundred at least in bottles. Not sure about the food since I only drank. Beer snobes, this is your place!

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★★★★★

If you like IPA's then this is your place. 63 beers on tap and hundred at least in bottles. Not sure about the food since I only drank. Beer snobes, this is your place!

Pros: 63 Beers on tap!

Cons: Parking

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A friend recomended that we try Brouwer's. And so began our adventure! I say this because we attempted to eat here three times! Unfortunately, they have abosolutely not concept of how to manage tables......In fact the third time (which

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★★★★★

A friend recomended that we try Brouwer's. And so began our adventure! I say this because we attempted to eat here three times! Unfortunately, they have abosolutely not concept of how to manage tables......In fact the third time (which

Pros: Beer menu

Cons: Poor service, lack of table control

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This was ok, service was ok too. Nice to have Wittekirk (spelling?)...I love that beer.\r
But this was odd: we were there from about 9:30 - 11 PM and the lights were on fairly bright! It seemed strange to us. Not that we have to be in

3
★★★★★

This was ok, service was ok too. Nice to have Wittekirk (spelling?)...I love that beer.\r
But this was odd: we were there from about 9:30 - 11 PM and the lights were on fairly bright! It seemed strange to us. Not that we have to be in

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I've been going to Brouwer's for a long time, and always love their beer selection and atmosphere, and knowledgeable staff. I spent the walk down the hill raving about the place to my two guests from the UK today, only setting up the

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★★★★★

I've been going to Brouwer's for a long time, and always love their beer selection and atmosphere, and knowledgeable staff. I spent the walk down the hill raving about the place to my two guests from the UK today, only setting up the

Pros: Great beer selection, good crowd

Cons: Rudest comment I've ever heard from bartender/waiter

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Brouwers is by far the best place in Seattle to get a beer. They have an amazing selection (40+ taps) of truly amazing craft brews. You won't find Bud Light or PBR here. You'll find beers with an amazing range of flavors. Even if you are a Bud Light/PBR kind of person, give the bartender a chance to select some interesting beers you might like. The bartenders are very knowledgeable, and can describe nearly any beer on the list. The food is also very interesting, ranging from cheese plates and croquettes to their Mussels and Frites (which I highly recommend). There are lots of tables for 2 upstairs, so it's a good place to come even if you're alone. You can grab an upstairs table -- all of which have an electrical outlet -- and study or work while you enjoy a fine beer. They don't have Wi-Fi, though.

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★★★★★

Brouwers is by far the best place in Seattle to get a beer. They have an amazing selection (40+ taps) of truly amazing craft brews. You won't find Bud Light or PBR here. You'll find beers with an amazing range of flavors. Even if you are a Bud Light/PBR kind of person, give the bartender a chance to select some interesting beers you might like. The bartenders are very knowledgeable, and can describe nearly any beer on the list. The food is also very interesting, ranging from cheese plates and croquettes to their Mussels and Frites (which I highly recommend). There are lots of tables for 2 upstairs, so it's a good place to come even if you're alone. You can grab an upstairs table -- all of which have an electrical outlet -- and study or work while you enjoy a fine beer. They don't have Wi-Fi, though.

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I've never had a bad experience here. The beer list may be expensive, but it's also extensive! The food is actually the real reason I keep going back. It's very well thought out and absolutely delicious. Everything is homemade, and in

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★★★★★

I've never had a bad experience here. The beer list may be expensive, but it's also extensive! The food is actually the real reason I keep going back. It's very well thought out and absolutely delicious. Everything is homemade, and in

Pros: food, beer, ambience

Cons: parking if you drive

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Wow...the service at Brouwers is HORRIBLE! Not just slow, but overly rude. This tragically hip beer hole is inundated with extremley pompous employees. Their reluctance to provide you with any decent help is written all over their faces.

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★★★★★

Wow...the service at Brouwers is HORRIBLE! Not just slow, but overly rude. This tragically hip beer hole is inundated with extremley pompous employees. Their reluctance to provide you with any decent help is written all over their faces.

Pros: Beer list

Cons: Everything else!

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Over the last year or so I've spent several hundred dollars in Brouwer's, making special trips up from Portland. The venue is impressive, as is their amazing bottle and draft selection. For someone who spends most of their time brewing,

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★★★★★

Over the last year or so I've spent several hundred dollars in Brouwer's, making special trips up from Portland. The venue is impressive, as is their amazing bottle and draft selection. For someone who spends most of their time brewing,

Pros: Good food, beer selection, ambience

Cons: loud music, bad service, short drinks, prententious feeling of superiority by staff

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The experience was horrible! My 10 girlfriends and I were treated as if we were bimbos who didn't know anything about beer and shouldn't be dealt with. After the waitress was unhelpful, we asked the bar manager to see what he could do to

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★★★★★

The experience was horrible! My 10 girlfriends and I were treated as if we were bimbos who didn't know anything about beer and shouldn't be dealt with. After the waitress was unhelpful, we asked the bar manager to see what he could do to

Cons: Horrible Service, Not Customer Friendly

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It has been nice to watch Brouwers grow. The service is better and the food is much more consistant and has improved a great deal. The beer always has and always will be the best selection in town. Prices are a little high, but you are

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★★★★★

It has been nice to watch Brouwers grow. The service is better and the food is much more consistant and has improved a great deal. The beer always has and always will be the best selection in town. Prices are a little high, but you are

Pros: Beer beer and more beer

Cons: A little expensive for some beers, but what the hell

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I have been to Brouwers twice, and while the food is very good, my experience is that service quality is a bit inconsistent. On my first visit, we had an excellent server who patiently educated us regarding the fabulous cheese plate and

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★★★★★

I have been to Brouwers twice, and while the food is very good, my experience is that service quality is a bit inconsistent. On my first visit, we had an excellent server who patiently educated us regarding the fabulous cheese plate and

Pros: Beautiful interior, excellent mussles & frites, amazing beer selection

Cons: Service inconsistent, over-priced wine

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A group of us went for lunch and had great service. The waiter was knowledgeable and friendly and even recommended things based on questions we asked. As to the price of beers, they were right there on the beer menu so we had no

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★★★★★

A group of us went for lunch and had great service. The waiter was knowledgeable and friendly and even recommended things based on questions we asked. As to the price of beers, they were right there on the beer menu so we had no

Pros: good beer, good food, fun

Cons: hard to find

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I've frequented many places in the Fremont area and never have I had such horrible and negligent service. It took almost twenty minutes to get a glass of wine, when we asked for water, it never came--we asked a fellow server, it never

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★★★★★

I've frequented many places in the Fremont area and never have I had such horrible and negligent service. It took almost twenty minutes to get a glass of wine, when we asked for water, it never came--we asked a fellow server, it never

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Very cool atmosphere, excellent layout, even has a room with a fire and a beer library. They have a billion local and international beers on tap. Here is my complaint: in total my tab had six beers, two of which were local and served in a

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★★★★★

Very cool atmosphere, excellent layout, even has a room with a fire and a beer library. They have a billion local and international beers on tap. Here is my complaint: in total my tab had six beers, two of which were local and served in a

Pros: no cover, selection

Cons: expensive, line

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The impressive beer selection is only one of the reasons I come here. The others are the food, the staff and the atmosphere.

If you come fo dinner, you're in for a treat. The menu includes richly delicious dishes such as steamed

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★★★★★

The impressive beer selection is only one of the reasons I come here. The others are the food, the staff and the atmosphere.

If you come fo dinner, you're in for a treat. The menu includes richly delicious dishes such as steamed

Pros: Amazing beer, Good food, Knowledgeable staff

Cons: Expensive

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An industrial feel pervades this stylish beer hall located on an unobtrusive Fremont street--exposed steel bars, wood-lined walls and hanging pictures and old beer signs all contribute to the new/old atmosphere inside.…

 

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