Brewers >Redhook Ale Brewery Inc
14300 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA | Directions 9807247.734648 -122.149773
Neighborhoods: Tourist District
Go for the tour, stay for the brews and bites. Bike the less than 20 miles from Seattle to Woodinville along the Burke Gilman Trail and you'll have earned a pint or two.
Redhook's recently revamped menu, added taps and upgraded outdoor space make it a shoe- in as a destination brewery.
fun tour – totaly learned a lot of fun facts about beer and had fun. its only a buck. def worth it!
Redhook – Went here w. my husband. We took the brewery tour which is a steal at only $1 AND you get almost 3pints of beer during the tour AND a free glass. Our tour guide was hilarious. We had lunch afterwards. The menu wasnt the best. And I really didnt enjoy my food. It took the waitress awhile to even see we needed refills but I noticed that she was working the entire restaurant pretty much alone. The store is fairly inexpensive too. It was fun but I would definately only go on the tour if you're in the mood for a younger crowd getting tipsy and yelling random things out. Still it was worth the $1!@
Eat the nachos! – I went to this restaurant with my family and they go there quite a bit. We were seated right away with a group of 6 at 6:30 or so, which is a rarity these days. Service was great and our drinks were always refilled right on cue. There was music playing but it wasn't overpowering and the dining room is spread out enough that you don't have to worry about hitting anyone's chair or overhearing conversations.
I had the french dip sandwich, which was tasty BUT my sister had the half-size forecaster nachos. Let me tell you, the half-size is enough nachos for at least three or four people and they are beyond tasty. I am thinking about going back just for those alone!
Great for groups of people – I have been to RedHook so many times, I have almost the whole collection of sample glass colors. Why do I keep coming back? The staff at the brewery all love what they do and it is contagious. Even if you are not a fan of the brew you will leave with a greater appreciation for the process and care that they put into what they create at RedHook. Above all, I highly recommend taking the tour. If you have time during the off hours (ie. middle of the day during the week) take the tour then because it is so much more fun with a smaller group. Afterwards, please take some time to stop for their giant nachos piled high with toppings (you'll need a friend or two to help if you get a full order) and be sure to finish the experience off with a porter float (AKA Bryan's Black Bovine).
Tour and restaurant – Take the tour! It?s a lot of fun, one dollar and they give you a bunch of much beer. It?s about an hour, the guides are usually funny dudes that give you the history of Red Hook and the basic process about how beer is made. Do it, it?s really a lot of fun to do with friends and even better the more you drink!
The restaurant is fine, pretty ordinary stuff, but of course the beer is great ? so just get some beers and something to munch.
Beautiful atmosphere outdoor seating – My boyfriend and I made the trip here from Seattle the other day and it was definitely worth it! We were promptly seated outdoors. The burgers were good. The atmosphere really made it. The beer is amazing and at a great price too! We will definitely be coming here again.
Great beer, good time – So I stopped by Redhook with a group of friends the other week on a Saturday night and had a great time. I hadn't been by in awhile but I must say some big improvements have taken place....Thankfully, they now have a group of hostesses greeting you when you walk in...It was crowded and there was a wait but we were able to grab a pint at the bar before we were seated.about a 20 min wait.Also to my surprise we found some new options on the menuthe waitress told us they had a new chef, and I must say the beef sandwich I had was tastyour waitress was busy but friendly. The beer was great and still a good deal at $3.50 We ended up sticking around for the band, did some dancing, warmed up by the fireplace and enjoyed the low key environment.We left pleased, one of the better Redhook experiences for sure
Worst service I've ever encountered – Went to Red Hook Brewery last night and I could not believe the service or lack thereof. We all showed up at 6:30 and requested a table for 10 people. They said it would be 45 minutes, which is fine. I don't mind a long wait on a Friday night for a large group of people. That is acceptable. So all of us hung out in the bar area and had a few beers. Well, 8:30 rolls around and we still do not have a table. This was after several of us asking about our table after an hour and a half of waiting. They never did get us our table so we left. I'll never go back there again. I also closed out my tab and left no tip and wrote on the receipt, "Next time seat us within 2 hours and you'll get a tip."
Lost some of it's charm... – A couple of years ago the atmosphere was MUCH more relaxed, the service was better, and the food...well, the food was still mediocre at best. For some reason the Woodinville Redhook Brewpub decided that they would not offer anything fried. They have no fryer. What kind of place that specializes in BEER doesn't serve some kind of fried food to go with it? The menu is awful. The beer is good. The atmosphere is still okay, but it was better before they tried to turn a BREWPUB into a trendy family restaurant. You won't save money when you go either; the pitchers are still around $12 or so, even for the most common of their beers. If you do go, go when the band is playing, or a nice summer day on the patio is nice as well. (thankfully, they DO serve chips and salsa which compliments their beers well)
This Washington brewery complements its popular selection of ales with outdoor charm and pub-style dining. – The Scene
A sleek neo-Northwest structure nestled in a wooded valley, Redhook's Woodinville headquarters could pass for an upscale ski lodge, especially when the fireplace is roaring. The souvenir shop conspicuously perched near the entrance, however, makes it clear that you've entered the showcase for the region's largest microbrewer. Eastside professionals comprise most of the clientele, though their children and parents are also present.
A true vanguard in the American microbrewery movement, Redhook may have lost some cachet locally when it abandoned Seattle for the suburbs (its Trolleyman Pub in Fremont closed in late 2002). However slick, the Woodinville digs are comfortable, and in summer, the spacious patio offers one of the most enticing outdoor settings in the area. It continues to brew high-quality beer; exclusive cask-conditioned and nitro versions are a strong lure. A menu of mostly standard pub fare consistently satisfies. Service is friendly, if slightly haphazard.
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