Sunday, June 1, 2014

Ballard Brewery Tour

The quaint suburb of Seattle that we live in has over ten breweries to it's name! Last week we decided to appreciate them from atop our very own bicycles. 

First stop was Northwest Peaks. Tucked away from the bustle of Ballard's main thoroughfare, this tidy spot hosted some delicious brews. 


My husband had an IPA while I enjoyed a pale ale.

Next we peddled to my favorite spot, Hilliard's. Now known for their "twelfth man" brew. (Read, Seahawks) once there, we enjoyed the benches outside and the warm sunny day. I would recommend the oak aged Saison. 




Last, but certainly not least, we raced under the Ballard Bridge to hit up Populuxe, where I sipped on some dry cider. There was also some local art that I loved.



All in all, it was a perfect Sunday filled with good ales, local flavor, and a sun filled experience right in our backyard. 




1 comment:

  1. momscorner1@yahoo.comJune 4, 2014 at 9:30 PM

    I thought I would take a look tonight and there was a nice, trendy entry. You certainly make it look very inviting and fun! So nice to have all of this so close to you and to be able to bike there, sweet.

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