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Beveridge Place Pub

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Beveridge Place PubBeveridge Place Pub

27 Ratings
Ratings: 27
Reviews: 19
rAvg: 4.34
pDev: 8.29%
Taps: 36
Bottles: 150
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Bar, Eatery ]

6413 California Ave SW
Seattle, Washington, 98136-1831
United States
phone: (206) 932-9906

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5/5  rDev +15.2%

grocerylist, Mar 25, 2014
Photo of BVukelich
4.78/5  rDev +10.1%

Love the selection, the staff and the ability to enjoy a beer and "work" away from the office on a weekday afternoon. The only reason, I don't give it perfect 5's all around is the fact that they are pet friendly. Sorry, I'm just not a pet (dog, cats) person. I get it's West Seattle and everyone has a dog so I live it with in order to have great beer, wi-fi and close to work. Everyone I know loves this place and it's obvious why after you go for beer.

BVukelich, Nov 04, 2013
Photo of aullrich
4.75/5  rDev +9.4%

aullrich, Dec 11, 2013
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4.75/5  rDev +9.4%

Seattle_Suds, Dec 18, 2013
Photo of czechsaaz
4.72/5  rDev +8.8%

I truly wish this place was closer to home, but at leasts it's a direct hour long bus ride.

First off the beer list is top notch. They may not have the widest array of taps in Seattle but there's nothing but quality. They're pretty busy so the selection seems to always be different except for 3-4 "staples." The bottle selection is also very interesting. Some aged barleywines, good Belgians and other interesting things. Bottles of the really good stuff are kind of pricey but not by any means outrageous. Older vintage barleywines may set you back quite a bit, and they should.

The atmosphere is really two bars in one. The front room has a great wood bar back with a bartop that used to be a bowling lane. There are several tables and a couch area too. There are no TVs in this room which is a big deal for some people. The back room has TVs and pool tables and other tavern-type entertainments. It gets my 5 for atmosphere due to the two room set-up. There's a room that should work for anyone.

They have no food but there is no problem bringing in whatever you like. They have a couple menus behind the bar for local places that will deliver to them.

czechsaaz, Mar 22, 2006
Photo of Georgiabeer
4.64/5  rDev +6.9%

Great pub a little off the beaten path in West Seattle. I really like this place. Unlike many pubs in the PNW, this place is really welcoming to outsiders- I don't at all get the vibe of annoyance frrom the pourers and servers when they have to break away from conversation with the regulars to serve you. Super friendly people who know beer. Great atmosphere as well. Two rooms here, the one in the front is a comfortable tradiional pub with small tables, sofas, a fireplace, a nice bar, lots of wood. Very comfortable, and no tvs or any other distractions from the beer. The room in back has games, pool tables, big screen tvs with the games on and another bar that primarily serves scotch and other liquor. Really the best of both worlds- a great pub experience up front and a great game day experience in the back. The beer we sampled was top quality from clean lines. Nice selection on draft as well- we were there during their IPA fest, which was mostly local IPAs on tap, some quite rare, others barrel aged. There were also nice standbyes like Obsidian stout on Nitro-tap. First time I'd been here and really one of the nicest spots in Seattle for a beer. You owe it to yoursel to give it a try when in town- or to make the trek to West Seattle if you live elsewhere in the city and haven't been.

Georgiabeer, Dec 07, 2007
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4.59/5  rDev +5.8%

Located in West Seattle just down the street from Elliott Bay Brewing, I visited the Beveridge Place while vacationing in Seattle. I just happened to stop by on the first day of their recent nine day Barleywine Bacchanal, and my time here was one of the highlights of my trip. They had barleywine after barleywine after barleywine on draft...around 20 total, I believe. I limited myself to six 3 oz samples and left wishing I had more time to spend exploring. Finding a SINGLE barleywine on draft is nearly impossible in Oklahoma. The bottled list was extensive and inviting as well, but we, along the the vast majority of the others there, stuck to the barleywines.

The atmosphere was amazingly comfortable. We spent our time on one of the couches and probably could've been there all day if it wasn't for other obligations. Granted it was 3-4 in the afternoon, but we found it relaxing and a great place to just sit back and enjoy.

Visiting this bar will be top priority if I'm ever in Seattle again. I'd be a regular if I was a local.

wolffman17, Mar 13, 2007
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4.56/5  rDev +5.1%

A: Been here alot and really likt it. Relaxed, nice crowd who loves beer. Friendly people. Cozy, couches, tables, decent bar size and a outdoor patio

S: The majority of staff is nice, some know beer and some don't. Never had any service issues. Most tend to be very friendly and talkative.

S: Great selection of brews year round. Always have rotating taps that are amongst the finest. No food is the only downfall but I would order in or go down Cali and hit Elliott Bay for some food.

F: No food but you can bring and order food in

barleywinefiend, Oct 12, 2010
Photo of TheStove
4.5/5  rDev +3.7%

Wow. I'd go so far as to call this an essential location for a Seattle beer trip.

There's an excellent selection of West Coast brews available and a pretty impressive bottle list (Older Viscosity, anyone?) some in different vintages. If that wasn't enough, these guys seriously care about beer. I happened to come on a Thursday during a brewer's event and the featured brewer was Mt. Snipes Brewing from Sunnyside, WA. I'm not calling it the absolute best brewery but they had some great stuff on tap including a Bourbon Barrel aged Porter which was seriously like a delicious vanilla latte of a beer. I haven't been able to travel outside of Seattle and I hadn't seen any of this brewery's stuff inside the city so it was great to be able to try some of these things that you truly can't get anywhere else.

In addition, the atmosphere is just awesome. The first room looks like some old brewing fanatic's personal library with plenty of couches, seating, books, games, etc. They even let you order in food so you can enjoy you preferred scarf material with some great beers. In case you need your sports fix the next room over is kind of like a mini sports bar. I love the separation of the two spaces as it can be annoying trying to enjoy a few beers in between guys trying to get tanked every time the Vikings (don't) score a touchdown.

The selection is good, the prices are great and with events like Samuel Smith serving Sting and Orval autographed beer night, it's hard to not have this around the top of your list for Seattle beer locations.

TheStove, Sep 12, 2010
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4.5/5  rDev +3.7%

HoppySeb, Thursday at 05:36 AM
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Beveridge Place Pub in Seattle, WA
95 out of 100 based on 27 ratings.