Hale's Ales Brewery & Pub / Seattle

4301 Leary Way NW Seattle 98107
2067061544
$$$$
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:00 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 11:00 - 23:00
Description

Founded by Mike Hale in 1983, Hale's Ales is the Northwest's 3rd oldest and longest running independently owned brewery in the Northwest. Hale's built its long standing reputation by brewing small batch, full flavored ales using traditional English brewing methods. An innovator from the start, Hale's was the first craft brewery to introduce Seasonal, Cask Conditioned and Nitrogen Conditioned ales to the region. Hale's goal is to stay true to what the craft brewing "revolution" is all about: crafting fresh, locally brewed ales of the very finest quality. Cheers from Hale's Ales!

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Tips from the Net @ Hale's Ales Brewery & Pub
Tony White en
We consistently go for salads there, among the best in Seattle, the fish and chips top's, beers great too, service is Sooper, so 5 🌟, did I mention clean GooglePlace - November 2017
Simone Menier en
Warning: Gushy rave review. ...I did not expect to be wowed like this. First of all, they were excellent to me, even though I was there alone for dinner and the Hawks were on. (I did voluntarily sit directly under the TV.) Secondly the entree I had was exactly what I hoped for. It wasn't cheap but it was worth every penny. And third, I am way too picky about beer, and I adored my beer. You can get cheap schooners of any draft. The server explained nitro to me really well. I had an exemplary cocktail also. Last of all, l want to say that the kid friendly part of the dining room is gorgeous, and they let me do laptop stuff in there for a couple of hours. (There are a few power outlets.) The bar and dining area close at 10 but you can linger and then exit the side door. GooglePlace - November 2017
Jay Mapson en
I knew we were in for a treat as soon as I opened the door and the aroma of brewing beer wafted over us. The staff was overly welcoming, the menu was explicit and the prices weren't out of sight. We ordered an October IPA and an August IPA. They were great and really hit the spot. The chowder affirmed Lin's new found love for "fareng" food ;) We both also ordered the hickory smoked pork belly and were not disappointed. Lin loves it GooglePlace - October 2017
James Sheridan en
Nice brewpub and restaurant. Feels a bit kitschy having the building-within-a-building thing going on, but of course the beer itself isn't bad. The monthly IPAs are interesting, and there's a few Hale's beers of note which are always on draft, but beer connoisseurs are going to find more esoteric drinking at other Fremont breweries. GooglePlace - October 2017
Eric Veal en
Ale Braised Top Round French Dip - Topped with Caramelized Onions, Tillamook White Cheddar Cheese, Bacon, Horseradish Cream Sauce. Served on a Essential Baking Hoagie $12.50 Sounds fancy. Foursquare - July 2017