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Mapping Seattle's Breweries; Live in a Port Townsend Cracker Factory

Without further ado, we present the latest and greatest from our sister site, Curbed Seattle.

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BEER!— Seattle is home to over 45 breweries so it can be hard to keep track of them all. Actually, it used to be hard to keep track of them all now that Curbed has mapped every single one of them. From Hale's Ales to Big Al Brewing and everything in-between, you'll never go thirsty again.

RENTALS—Armed with a budget of $1,300/month, Curbed took a look at available rentals in Capitol Hill, Belltown, Madison Park, Delridge and Pinehurst to see how far that would get you. In the age of ridiculous rents, it seems like you can still do pretty well without blowing out the bank.

PORT TOWNSEND—Built in 1888, the building at 819 Washington St. in Port Townsend was originally a bakery where the mayor made biscuits and crackers for visiting ships. Today, it's an $878K renovated, three-story loft that maintains all that old-world charm—without the stale cracker smell.

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