A self-guided north-end craft beverage tour

Bluewater Distilling
(This is just a small sliver of all the great craft beverages in Everett. To view more listings, check out our craft beverage page.)



Scuttlebutt Brewing Co.


Scuttlebutt is an Everett institution - family-owned and operated for twenty years.   The place used to be tucked inside an old office building with barely a window in site - but it was always packed (a true testament to the food and beer). They’ve since moved to a beautiful new building overlooking the Port of Everett on Craftsman Way. Scuttlebutt typically features five regular brews on tap alongside rotating seasonal beers and a full bar. Visitors can enjoy family-friendly waterfront dining, with a large patio for patrons (and their dogs) who would like to dine al fresco. The menu features brew pub fare, including maritime classics like fish and chips and clam chowder.

Scuttlebutt Brewing Co.


1205 Craftsman Way #101

The Independent Beer Bar


A new beer-centric joint in downtown Everett, The Independent has a beautiful high-ceilinged wood interior with plenty of seating, warm low lighting, and a long bar. This place serves craft beer, cider, and wine with 16 taps, along with a variety of cans and bottles. Visitors can order from nearby Sa-Nae Thai (the food bill will be rolled into your tab). The Shuffleboard table and Wednesday night trivia are local favorites.


The Independent Beer Bar


1801 Hewitt Ave

At Large Brewing


At Large is the new kid in town. Opened in 2016, they are a taproom and microbrewery specializing in growler and keg sales. They brew on site in a converted warehouse that used to belong to The Everett Herald. If beer isn’t your thing, At Large also pours cider from a local cidery. Local tip: if it’s sunny, they open the west facing roll-up doors for a great view of the Puget Sound.   

At Large Brewing & Taproom


2730 W Marine View Dr

Brews Almighty


This Port Gardner neighborhood establishment is known for its $3 happy hour beers daily from 3-6 p.m. They offer many varieties of beer on draught along with kegs and growlers to-go if that’s your thing. They share a building with local furniture craftsmen Elpis & Wood, so you can get a little buzz and then impulse-buy the live edge table of your dreams.

Brews Almighty


3011 Grand Ave

Bottles and Cans


Visiting from out of town? Maybe you want to grab something to take back to your hotel or have a quick drink without the sit-down-and-wait experience. You can find the best of what’s local at the Sno-Isle Natural Foods Co-Op’s walk-in cooler full of craft beer and cider.
 

Sno-Isle Co-Op


2804 Grand Ave

Lazy Boy Brewing


Another long-time Everett beer institution, Lazy Boy has been brewing beer here for over a decade. Their taproom is located inside a warehouse-style brewery, a little off the beaten path along Everett Mall Way. It’s a big place, casual, unpretentious and filled with some of the nicest people you’ll ever meet.  


Lazy Boy Brewing


715 100th St SE

Crucible Brewing


Crucible is a newer brewery in Everett but probably leads the pack in terms of raving fans and quality beer. Voted Everett’s best brewery in 2016, this place is doing everything right. Forward-thinking beers, a great atmosphere, fair prices and a warm and welcoming staff who all have their dream job. They don’t serve food, but they’ll often have a food truck parked out front making street food dreams come true.  


Crucible Brewing  


909 SE Everett Mall Way

Middleton Brewing 


Middleton is also located in a warehouse on Everett Mall Way. They’re an interesting brewery using different adjunct ingredients (like coconut or peanut butter) in all of their beers. It’s a refreshing break from the normal IPA-centric, northwest style beer. Middleton is dog friendly serves up food like pizza and paninis. Local tip: the owner’s name is Geoff (Jeff) and he’s the nicest person you’ll ever meet.  

Middleton Brewing

  
607 SE Everett Mall Way


Bluewater Distilling


Hands down - Bluewater has the best cocktails in Everett. This destination distillery at the Port of Everett crafts their own award-winning vodka and gin in handmade copper stills. Bluewater also boasts some serious eats and hip, date-worthy ambiance with their hand-hewn wooden tables, warm lighting and high-end spirits list. Come here on a sunny evening and stay through the sunset –it’s an experience.  

Bluewater Distilling

 


1205 Craftsman Way #109


Port Gardner Bay Winery


This quaint little winery located in downtown Everett is open Thursday-Saturday and hosts free live music every weekend. Stop in for a glass of wine on an afternoon walk through downtown or stay the whole evening and shake your rump to the music. Your call.

Port Gardner Bay Winery

   


3006 Rucker Avenue 


Bhu Ping Thai


Who would think that Everett’s best wine shop would be in the back of a Thai restaurant on Evergreen Way? It’s true that you can’t make this stuff up, folks. Bhu Ping’s owner, Noi, is a seasoned sommelier and collector of fine wines from around the world. In fact, there are bottles here that you probably won’t find anywhere else, and if you did, they’d be triple the price. Check their calendar for wine tastings. Oh, and it’s also the best Thai food in Everett.


Bhu Ping Thai 


600 Evergreen Way

Toggle's Bottle Shop


Meet with friends, make new ones and drink fantastic beer at Toggle's. The front-end is a fun pub with lots of options on-tap and plenty of party games for your group to play. The back is a killer bottle shop where you can make your own six pack (more or less) of some of the best craft brews around.


Toggle's Bottle Shop 


1420 Hewitt Ave 

Bean & Vine


Nestled in the heart of downtown Everett is a premier coffee and wine bar that also serves sandwiches to go, after work libations and tapas - really, what more could you need? Join them during the warmer months for outdoor seating and live entertainment or visit during happy hour to get down on some $5 truffle fries.


Bean & Vine


1717 Hewitt Ave