Pride Ale to benefit GSBA Scholarship Fund


Hoppy Pride! If there’s one thing that we hold more dear than handcrafting beer, it would be equality. Pike Brewing Company loves rolling out our Pride Ale every June and this year we are extra proud to announce that the 2016 brew will support GSBA’s Scholarship Fund. During Seattle’s Pride weekend (June 24-26) we’ll happily donate…

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New Brewery Tours

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New Pike Brewing Company tours include tastings and a free evening tour. Pike Brewing Company welcomes you to go behind the scenes and tour our gravity flow, steam powered brewery. Starting June 1, 2016 we are offering three new tour options, including tastings, at our craft brewery in the heart of downtown Seattle. The Pike…

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Pike Space Needle Golden IPA Comes to Cans

Space Needle IPA from Pike Brewing Company, now available in cans

First Pike Brewing Company Beer In Cans Just in time for summer adventures, Pike Brewing Company is releasing fan favorite Pike Space Needle Golden IPA in 12 oz. cans. This is Pike Brewing’s first beer to be packaged in cans and is available now at retailers around the Northwest. Pike Space Needle Golden IPA is…

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Spring Seasonal: Pike Hive Five

Bottle of Pike Brewing Company Hive Five, hopped honey ale

Enjoy the Northwest’s spring time in a glass with Pike Brewing Company’s  spring seasonal beer release: Pike Hive Five. Superb honey from the Salish Lodge & Spa’s bees adds dimension to the biscuity flavor of wholesome malt and aromatic Yakima Valley hops in Pike Hive Five. This beer is light and crisp, with just a…

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Pike and Ayinger Reception Contest


UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who entered the Pike & Ayinger contest. The contest is now closed and a winner has been selected. Prost! If there is any one brewery that we consider Pike Brewing’s sister brewery, it is the Ayinger Brewery in Bavaria. Charles and Rose Ann Finkel were very much inspired by Ayinger to…

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Pike Post Alley Porter – Seasonal Beer Release


Back when Seattle was known more for our fish, Post Alley was the main thoroughfare for wagons to haul the daily catch from the waterfront up to the Pike Place Market. Today the world knows Seattle more for our craft beers and that’s how we put Post Alley to work. This narrow cobblestone path runs…

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