Beveridge Place Pub, West Seattle’s premiere craft beer destination, ‘opened’ back in 2003. It’s history, however, dates back to 2001 when they first purchased the old Full Moon Saloon. In 2008, after 5 years and many changes, they lost their lease in and moved into the location where they now reside, at the corner of Southwest Beveridge Place and California Ave Southwest, just off Fauntleroy.
With their great tap selection, knowledgeable and friendly servers and a steady stream of great events (including their annual IPA Cask-O-Rama, their annual Barleywine Bacchanal and regular ‘Iron Brewer’ competitions), Beveridge Place Pub appeals to craft beer and cider lovers, event seekers, sports fans and anyone just looking for a comfortable place to hang out and have a few drinks with some friends. The decor is casual; it almost feels like you’re hanging out in someone’s over-sized living room (there are a few easy chairs and couches, game tables (chess/checkers) and board games), and the servers always make you feel welcome.
Coming up this Thursday, December 20th starting at 7:00PM, Beveridge Place Pub celebrates their 11th Anniversary. Come on out and join them! They’ll have the following 11 special beers on tap during the 11th anniversary celebration:
- St. Feuillien Cuvee de Noel ‘08
- Avery The Beast Grand Cru ‘09
- Fish Tale 10 Squared Barleywine ‘10
- Liefman’s Fruitesse ‘11
- Schooner Exact Hoppy Holidays Winter ‘11
- Alpenfire Spark Semi-Sweet Cider
- Big Al Sourlicious
- Full Sail Top Sail Bourbon Imperial Porter
- Georgetown Ole’Hara Holiday Stout
- Hales Whiskey Barrel Aged Wee Heavy
- Vicarus Tripel/Geuze
They’ll also, of course, have 25 other beers and ciders on tap to enjoy. In addition, if you’re on hand for the celebration, you’ll get a pour from the awesome bottle of Duvel depicted above. It’s bigger than most dogs that you see at Beveridge Place!
Dogs you say? Yep. Beveridge Place pub does allow dogs in the pub, but only if they are well-behaved (no barking, fighting with other dogs, etc.) and they are not allowed on the furniture (despite whatever bad habits they may have picked up at home). This is because Beveridge Place Pub does not have a kitchen. They offer popcorn and nuts, but if you want any food beyond that, be sure to bring something with you. Outside food is always welcome at Beveridge Place and some places, including Zeek’s Pizza and Kokora’s Greek Grill will deliver to you right in the bar. Beveridge Place has menus available.
If you’ve never been to Beveridge Place Pub before, this would be a great event to come check it out. For the regulars, I’m sure you’re all looking forward to this anniversary celebration. I’m going to do my best to make it down for the festivities – schedule and weather permitting. Cheers!
Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.