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I am not a beer lover but have become acquainted with ciders on my trips to Seattle to visit my sons. The Beer Junction is now my favorite spot, because of the huge selection of ciders they have. I highly enjoyed my cider tasting there.
Finally tried this place out....wow!! Dozens if beer on tap, with even more available in the bottle. The atmosphere is great! There are a few tables available, with remaining seating at the bar and along walls. You can bring food in or have it delivered...from a few places nearby. A must for any beer lover!More
I was blown away by the variety and choices that one has at the Beer Junction. It's kind of similar to a pub but they also do a great deal of retail. Tonight they were having a tasting. If you want a place to explore...different beers or ciders this place is a must visit in West Seattle.More
Excellent all-styles drought beer selection. If they had sacrificed some of the vast area of bottled beer coolers and added a couple of more tables in the bar, it would have become a pub--without all the faux decorations that ruin most attempts at replicating an...English pub.
The Junction needs a "local" so entrepreneurs here's an opportunity to replaced a good try with a winner!More
35-40+ beers on tap. Heavy on IPA, Ciders and Sours. Usually have a decent selection of darks (3-6 porters & stouts). This is not a Bud/Coors Light kind of place. This is where you go for GREAT CRAFT BEERS. Thursday's they usually have a featured...brewer tasting. Plus specialty "week" at various times during the year (Chocolate beer, Hopsteria, Pumpkin Junction, etc.). Beertenders can place your order at Pecuado Bueno for delivery if you want some Mexican and they add it to the bill. Plus you can bring in whatever other food you would like. Great place to try lots of different types and styles of beer. Plus they have probably 1500+ bottles in the retail section. By far my favorite beer bar EVER. Except maybe Delirium Taphouse in Brussels.More