Did you know that Snohomish County has 32 craft breweries? Yaazzzzz! 32! I recently compiled a comprehensive brewery guide so you could easily discover your next favorite locally crafted brew, but I didn’t include bottle shops. Sooo here you go!
Snohomish County has 10 bottle shops, each stocking a wide variety of craft beer on tap and in the bottle (or can) including the harder to find suds. They all rotate their taps and bring in new releases and selections daily. They charge between $1 and $2 corkage fee for opening bottles on site. I’ve visited every one of them (you’re welcome) and I can attest that they are all fantastic establishments, completely different from each other but have one thing in common – they all want to offer the best beer experience they can! Cheers!
10 Craft Beer Bottle Shops to give you a Hoppy Ending!
Hop and Hound
18116 101st Ave. NE Bothell
Menu: BYO/Food Truck Fridays
Located in historic downtown Bothell, The Hop and Hound offers 14 rotating beers on tap and offers Stumptown Cold Brew Coffee on Nitro at the bar as well. A variety of cans and bottles are introduced daily. Cider and wine too. A food truck appears each Friday at 5 p.m.
190 Sunset Avenue S. suite C Edmonds
Enjoy 18 taps with 16 beers and 2 ciders (not all at once) while sitting on their huge outdoor seating area near the Edmonds waterfront. 100’s of bottles of beer to choose from and a constant rotation of wines, (always 1 red, 1 white, and 1 rose’.) Non-alcoholic beer, Underberg Bitters, and light snacks are available too.
Josh’s Taps & Caps
1800 Bickford Ave. Suite 210, Snohomish
Offering a carefully curated selection of the world’s finest craft beers that evolve daily. 30 rotating taps and a well-stocked variety of bottled beer. Wine by the glass, craft ciders, and non-alcoholic beer. You can even play shuffleboard!
Harry’s on Tye Bottleshop
14286 169th Dr. SE Monroe
In the Lake Tye industrial park, Harry’s offers 30 rotating taps of craft beer and cider and over 300 bottles of craft/Import beer as well. They also have a huge wine selection with over 400 bottles from wineries around the globe. Their pub menu offers ginormous sandwiches and wood-fired pizzas.
Norm’s Market Keg and Bottleshop
10027 Lundeen Pkwy, Lake Stevens
Norm’s Facebook Page
What looks like a run-of-the-mill convenience store is actually considered by some as the beer mecca of Snohomish County. Norm’s stock more than 700 craft beers, has 52 rotating beers on tap to fill growlers and even has Kombucha. (If you love Kombucha, don’t forget that Snohomish County finally has their first Kombucha Microbrewery, Glorybucha that you should definitely check out.) Wine, non-alcoholic beer, and soda are available as well.
3011 Grand Avenue Suite A, Everett
Another downtown Everett beer shop established in 2012 featuring 14 beers and 2 ciders on tap for growler fills or for enjoying onsite. They offer a limited selection of kegs and bottles to go as well. Food truck events and video games.
The Independent Beer Bar
1801 Hewitt Ave, Everett
Menu: Russian dumplings or BYO
16 taps featuring local craft beers and ciders, and a thoughtfully chosen wine list along with and a hefty bottle list. Shuffleboard, trivia night and special events. Growler fill and bottles to go.
1420 Hewitt Ave, Everett
A boutique craft beer market and taproom located in Downtown Everett, offering 21 rotating taps and 800+ imported beers featuring American breweries. Wine by the glass, craft ciders, and non-alcoholic sodas.
Special Brews Bottle Shop & Bier Cafe
14608 Hwy 99 – Suite 307
Lynnwood, WA 98087
With over 1,000 different bottle varieties, Special Brews has an extensive inventory from around the globe with new craft beers stocked daily. Growler fills, cider and mead and a sitting area to enjoy a pint or two. They are also able to accommodate parties and gatherings (with a small fee of $25) or a drink minimum (depending on size).
Ale Spike Bottles and Caps
9300 271st St NW, Stanwood
More information coming.
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Know of a new brewery, winery or distillery I should add to my list? Please let me know in the comment box below! Prost!
Updated February 14 – to include two more bottle shops in Snohomish County.