We’re proud to be a part of the thriving Pacific Northwest craft brewing scene and to be engaged members of the communities where we make and sell our beer. 

Community is about the things we share—place, culture, values—and all the things we each do to preserve and enhance our connections to them. For us that means we put People First, we run a Sustainable Business, and we help support Thriving and Inclusive Communities.


People first


We think of ourselves as craftsmen and craftswomen. We are driven to use our skills to create something people love. It’s not about us. It’s about you. It’s not about being the best, it’s about doing it the right way.

Our most fundamental principle is gratitude. To the people who provide our ingredients, work at our brewery, transport our product, put us on tap and on shelves, and especially to everyone who drinks our beer. We feel lucky to be a part of this community, and even luckier to be able to make a living doing what we love. We’ll never forget that we owe all this to you.


Connect with us

We’re generally too busy making beer to write about making beer on our website. So, for the latest scoop on new releases, events and what’s happening at the brewery, give us a follow.


Sustainable Business

Our commitment to sustainability is rooted in our core mission: to do things the right way, not the easy way. That means running our business in a way that provides the greatest benefit and the least impact to our employees, our community and our planet.


Throughout our 25 years, we’ve continually sought out better ways of making and selling beer. Today, you might call it a “culture of innovation,” but for us it’s just about being a curious, scrappy small business. What we’ve learned is that finding ways to operate more sustainably isn’t just ethically correct, it’s good business. We certainly don’t have it all figured out, but we’ll never stop trying to be better brewers and better citizens.

Our brewery is uniquely optimized to maximize production while maintaining a small footprint.

Our brewery is uniquely optimized to maximize production while maintaining a small footprint.

Used mash awaiting pickup by local farmers, where it will become nutritious animal feed.

Used mash awaiting pickup by local farmers, where it will become nutritious animal feed.


We’re proud to operate one of the most efficient craft breweries in the country, and we’re continually looking for new ways to minimize our impact and be better neighbors.


By the Numbers

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Years in business

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Square footage of brewery space

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Barrels produced
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Thriving & Inclusive Communities

We have always been committed to giving back to the community that got us here, and we’re proud to have had the opportunity to support a number of great organizations across our region.

  • American Cancer Society

  • Arthritis Foundation

  • Boys & Girls Club

  • Childhaven

  • Children’s Therapy Center

  • Communities In Schools - Washington

  • Community Homes

  • East County Senior Center

  • Eastside Academy

  • Eton School

  • Full Life

  • Grand Ridge Elementary PTSA

  • Highline Medical Center

  • Hope For Heroes

  • Island Park Elementary

  • Kindering Bellevue

  • King County Search and Rescue Association

  • Kiwanis Foundation

  • March of Dimes

  • O’Dea High School

  • Olive Crest

  • Orphans Africa

  • Outdoors For All

  • Provail

  • Puget Sound Kidney Centers

  • Redmond Academy of Theater Arts

  • Sacred Heart School

  • Seattle Children's Hospital

  • Seattle Humane Society

  • Seattle Lutheran High

  • Seattle University Athletics

  • Seattle Waldorf School

  • Snoqualmie Valley Preservation Alliance

  • St. Joseph School

  • St. Paul's of Shorewood

  • The Burke Museum

  • Totem Falls Elementary School

  • Washington Association of School Business Officials

  • Washington’s National Park Fund

  • Youth Eastside Services