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Reviews by beertunes:
3.72/5 rDev -11%
The recently opened "tasting room" is located in the brewery, so hours are limited. Being in a brewery means that the atmosphere runs to the industrial-type feel. The room is tall, so the sound is kind of bouncy.
The selection of Wanders brews has been very good on my visits, and more are in the pipeline. The service, quite often the owners, is good and solid. Wander doesn't have a kitchen, but do have rotating roach coaches, featuring various local eateries. I've tried most of them in the past and have found the range to be from OK to very, very good.
There is some outdoor seating, but not much of a view. There is limited indoor bicycle parking (IIRC, 4 hooks) and an ample bike rack in the outdoor seating area.
Wanders location on the edge of downtown Hamsterham makes it great for locals, and is a great spot on a 5 brewery loop of B'ham. My suggestion would be to park/start at Boundary Bay, head up a couple blocks to Aslan, make the trek up to Kulshan, cut through the neighborhoods to Chuckanut, then catch the trail up to Wander.
Wander is a welcome addition to the Bellingham beer community, and I look forward to many beers! A must visit when in town.
05-27-2014 22:17:35 | More by beertunes
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4.51/5 rDev +7.9%
I believe Wander is a definite contender for best brewery in the state. I have enjoyed each beer I have tried from them and look forward to each new addition they put out. The owner's and small staff are always friendly and very knowledgeable which is such a plus. I think the other brewer's in Bellingham better step their game up if they want to compete.
08-13-2014 20:04:34 | More by anonymous123654
Wander Brewing in Bellingham, WA
- out of 100 based on 4 ratings.