Vote: The Seattle Magazine 2018 Readers' Choice Beer Awards

Help us determine the best in local beer, from Best Brew Pub to Best Beer Retailer to Most Iconic Washington Beer Brand and more.
| Updated: November 27, 2018
 
 

Seattle is a great beer town, and in our July issue, we're going to celebrate the best the city has to offer with our second annual Seattle Magazine Beer Awards.

But first: We want to hear from you!

We want you, our beloved readers, to help us determine the best in local beer, from Best Brew Pub to Best Beer Retailer to Most Iconic Washington Beer Brand and more. The top three finalists will be published, along with Kendall Jones' editor's pick for each category, in the July issue of Seattle Magazine, on sale June 19. 

So see the survey below (or click here) and vote for your favorites. Entries are due by March 12.

Create your own user feedback survey

Check out the winners of the inaugural Beer Awards from last year here, and see the Readers' Choice winners here.

 

Related Content

Frosted Flakes and Brioche French Toast? Yes, Please

Cook something sweet and savory with a Vietnamese flair from Bainbridge's Ban Sa. (Don't sleep on the waffle recipe).

Make the famous Lark roasted mustard chicken while staying safe at home

Want to try your hand at Lark's famous roasted chicken? Here's the recipe to liven up those stay-at-home days.

Try making Shiro's healthy and delicious ginger pork recipe during quarantine.

If you are getting tired of your own cooking in isolation, the chef from Shiro's Sushi has a ginger pork recipe to liven up your dinner.

Loulay and Luc Bistro's Lovely Couscous and Alaskan Pollock

Luc Bistro and Loulay are closed for now, but you can get a taste of chef Thierry Rautureau's cooking by making this recipe at home.