Burdick Brewery is one of Seattle’s newest breweries, having opened their doors to the public just this past November. Offing small batch, hand crafted ales in a small, warehouse-type space in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood, they’re starting slowly but are already building a following of loyal locals. Founder and head brewer, Max Leinbach, started brewing about 4 years ago and has worked through many starts and stops to get Burdick Brewery off the ground.
They currently offer no food beyond pretzels (you’re welcome to bring in any outside food), but have decided to try their hand at a few ‘Pop-Up’ dinners. A local chef or friend of the brewery will provide the food, and Burdick hopes to host these dinners a couple of times a month. The first of these dinners is coming up this Friday, February 7th and will feature Kim Chee stew, Pork Buns and Korean Noodles.
Pricing will be as follows:
$3 – Kim Chee Stew
$2 – Pork Bun
$2 – Korean Noodles
Burdick will start serving at 4:00 PM on Friday – about an hour after they open their doors. They have a limited quantity – about enough to serve around 40 people. So don’t delay. Head on down after work, grab a beer and get your grub on.
While you’re there, you’ll also have the opportunity to visit Burdick’s new neighbor, Lowercase Brewing, which shares the same building with Burdick Brewery and held their grand opening event just a couple of weeks ago. Add to that, Tin Dog Brewing, which should be opening their doors soon, and South Park is starting, once again, to look like a great place to grab a beer; especially after the closing of Baron Brewing in South Park just a couple of years ago.
Burdick Brewery is located at 8103 8th Avenue South and is currently open Fridays from 3 PM to 9 PM, Sundays from Noon to 5 PM and Saturday for special events only. Be sure to follow Burdick on Facebook to keep up to date on any special events.
Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.