THE PIKE STORY

LOCAL & SUSTAINABLE

We call Seattle and the Pacific Northwest home and love living and brewing in one of the world’s most beautiful places.  At Pike Brewing Company we take this love of our local community seriously – infusing our commitment to local and sustainable practices in all parts of our company. The vast

Bags of local malt for brewing

We use locally sourced ingredients in our beer and pub.

majority of hops for our beer come from the nearby Yakima Valley and we brew with organic malts whenever possible. In The Pike Pub our locally sourced meats and produce are topped with Northwest made condiments and paired with our full selection of locally distilled spirits. That perfect bun on your burger? It was made this morning at the bakery down the road. The selection of delicious cheeses you enjoy with a Washington State wine in our bar – it’s from a cheesemaker in Puget Sound.

Steam powered brew kettle.

Steam powered brew kettle.

The beautiful Elliott Bay and Olympic Mountains are in view from our pub and brewery, inspiring us to find ways to keep our environment healthy. We have reduced our garbage to the landfill by 95% by instituting full composting and recycling throughout our building. All the lights in The Pike Pub are environmentally friendly LEDs. And the Pike Brewing beers you love to drink are brewed using sustainable steam power from our neighbor Seattle Steam Company.

Pike Brewing is also a founding member of Seattle Made, an initiative to grow and support our urban manufacturing and producer economy.

How local are we? Below is a list of local companies that Pike Brewing Company regularly sources from.  By supporting other local companies we are building a stronger economy and better place to live.

  • Penn Cove Clams & Mussels
  • Uli’s at the Market brats, sausages & spicy Italian sausage
  • Hempler’s bacon
  • Bristol Bay Sockeye salmon
  • Macrina Bakery
  • Zoe’s pepperoni
  • Caffe Vita Coffee
  • Grand Central Bakery
  • Beecher’s Cheese
  • Samish Bay Cheese
  • Britt’s Pickles
  • Draper Valley Farm’s Chicken
  • Mama Lil’s Pickled Peppers