Where it all began
This is where our journey started. Our original taproom and production hub is conveniently located in the Artisan Hill District of Woodinville. Just off the Burke-Gilman and Sammamish Trails in the heart of wine country, this is a popular destination for families, cyclists, tourists, and Seattle day-trippers. Enjoy monthly live jazz performances and rotating art exhibits by local BIPOC artists. And yes, bring the kiddos!
- Located in Artisan Hill, Washington’s wine country
- Great biking location
- Just off of the Burke-Gilman and Sammamish Trails
- Finger-foods and other delectables by Umami Kushi
- A regular rotation of Seattle's finest food trucks
- Art curated from local BIPOC artists
- Live music and jam sessions by local musicians
- Available for private events
Food and Drinks at Woodinville
In our spacious, thoughtfully-decorated warehouse, experience the brewing process behind our award-winning beers. In all our operations, we are proud to support and source from local businesses. We actively seek out BIPOC-, woman-, and queer-owned vendors who grow quality ingredients and make products we know you’ll love. Our goal everyday is to bring you the very best of what the Pacific Northwest — and the great people in it — have to offer. See below to learn more about our drink and food options at the Woodinville location.
Sip & Sup
At all of our locations, enjoy award-winning beers and our crisp and piney zero-proof hops water. In Woodinville, we’re proud to also serve Avennia Wine and Yonder Cider.
Hungry? We can help. For light fares, we offer small bites from Umami Kushi, a local legend of fusion Japanese street food. Pair one of our award-winning beers with a warm salted pretzel or a bag of homemade potato chips. Or, for something more substantial, grab a Japanese pan—a lightly fried stuffed dough. Try the jerk chicken, BBQ pork, or black beans and collard greens pan. You won't regret it.
Hungrier? We host some of the Northwest’s best food trucks. Visit our events page to see our Woodinville food truck schedule.
Wife and I visited Seattle for the first time and someone recommended MBC. Good recommendation because this place is very chill with a great vibe. Beer is pretty damn good (favorites were Pain Killer and Coconut Porter) and the food from Umami Kushi is amazing! Try the pretzels and the Okazu Pan with a variety of fillings to choose from (favorites were avocado and sausage). Highly recommend MBC!
Events at Woodinville
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