The location of a craft brewery can sometimes influence how often you might visit. If a brewery you enjoy is further away from you, then you have to decide if the quality of the beer and the atmosphere of the establishment are worth the extra time and effort. I’m chagrined to say that I don’t always take the time or make the effort I should to visit breweries that are a bit father from home (my unusual work schedule doesn’t help either). Don’t get me wrong though, I do plan the occasional day or even overnight trip to visit breweries that are a bit of a trek, including breweries in Bellingham, Spokane, Portland, Bend, etc.
Naked City Brewery & Taphouse up in Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood has been one of my local favorites for years but, unfortunately, I don’t take the time to head North to visit them as often as I should. When they opened their new Camano Island location back in April though, I made sure I took the time to head up for a visit. It’s a great location and, style-wise, not much different from their original location in Greenwood. Now with their 9th Anniversary approaching, Naked City has decided to celebrate at their Camano Island location with a new Fall food menu, some rare Naked City beers and a Mug Club.