The Food-Cart Brew Pubs

By Kendall Jones

September 11, 2013

This article originally appeared in the October 2013 issue of Seattle Magazine.

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Many of our local breweries have tasting rooms where you can get pints of beer but nothing substantial to eat, unless you consider peanuts and pretzels a meal. Food trucks are rushing to the rescue, and it is increasingly common to find some of the area’s best mobile cuisine outside of brewery tasting rooms. It’s a symbiotic relationship, one that benefits everyone involved. Keep an eye on seattlefoodtruck.com to find out which trucks are where.

You will often find food trucks at the following local breweries:

Ballard: Populuxe Brewing (populuxebrewing.com)
           Reuben’s Brews (reubensbrews.com)
           Hilliard’s Beer (hilliardsbeer.com)
Bothell:
Foggy Noggin Brewing
          (foggynogginbrewing.com; open Saturdays only)
Edmonds: American Brewing Company
            (americanbrewing.com)
Columbia City: Spinnaker Bay Brewing
              (spinnakerbaybrewing.com)
Redmond: Black Raven Brewing Company
             (blackravenbrewing.com)

 

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