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West Seattle Brewing and South Park’s Burdick Brewery Have Both Reopened

West Seattle Brewing now has 18 taps, a new brewer, and more.

West Seattle Brewing and its brand new sign
West Seattle Brewing and its brand new sign
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Just in time for our June heat wave, two Seattle breweries that were temporarily closed have reopened in the past week, reports Washington Beer Blog. After being shut for several months, West Seattle Brewing opened anew last Friday, June 5, boasting new head brewer Craig Koontz (previously of Mudshark Brewing Co. and Four Peaks Brewing Company in Arizona; Tamarack Brewery in Montana) and a 7-barrel system. This is a huge upgrade from its previous 1.5 barrels, which has let the brewery jump from 9 taps to 18. Finally, West Seattle Brewing is now serving wine, cider, and ... only in Seattle, espresso.

Further south, South Park's Burdick Brewery has also come back after about eight months closed for a systems upgrade. It resurfaces with a taproom that's now open seven days a week. Find more details and a new video about the brewery by the crew here.

West Seattle Brewing Co.

4415, Seattle, WA 98126

Burdick Brewery

8520 14th Ave S., Seattle, WA 98108 (206) 909-9632 Visit Website

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