Take a drive around Spokane and you will surely be in awe of how many craft breweries that are popping up. They have grown exponentially over the past couple of years.
In the past, a flourishing brewery/distillery was a sign of urban prowess and economic success. Once again we believe this is the case, bringing a vivacious crowd to areas once stagnant.Studies show a positive correlation between a healthy craft brew community and cities economic success.
Cars are pulling off the I90 to get a taste of what Spokane has to offer and we couldn't be more excited to share the evolving craft brew culture, just a small piece of the Spokane experience.
Enjoying the occasional craft brew myself, I am impressed with the amount of choices we have here in Spokane offering multitudes of differing styles of beer (not to mention Ciders).
Currently sitting at over 20 craft breweries, we are seriously spoiled!
We love jumping just down the hill from our office on Garland to frequent Bellwether Brewing Co. on N Monroe St.
Spokane Breweries (15): River City Brewing , Orlison Brewing Co. Tap Room, Black Label Brewing Company , The Steel Barrel, Iron Goat Brewing Co., Bellwether Brewing Co., No-Li Brewhouse, Perry Street Brewing, Waddell's Brewpub & Grille, Steam Plant, Bennidito's Brewpub, Young Buck Brewery and Little Spokane Brewing.
Spokane Valley Breweries (7): 12 String Brewing Co, English Setter Brewing, Hopped Up Brewing, Square Wheel Brewing Company, Badass Backyard Brewing, LLC V Twin Brewing Company LLC
Green Bluff (2): Big Barn Brewing Co. & Bodacious Berries Fruits and Brews, LLC, 238 Brewing Company
Coming Soon: Who knows?!?
Download an Ale Trail Map to visit a good chunk of them and get a free mini growler! (2017 map coming soon follow Inland NW Ale Trail)