Western Washington Brew Tour – Day 3 of 3
Report by Clay Graham
On Sunday January 16th, 2011 we left my brother Ron’s place in Kent and headed toward Gig Harbor for day three of our Western Washington Brew Tour.
In Gig Harbor I dropped my wife off at her sitters and my brother-in-law Trever jumped in so we go check out 7 Seas Brewing.
We pulled in to find the place was did not open until 3 PM. We decide to go back to Sunset Grill for a beer to kill some time.
After a beer we took our time and made our way a few blocks over to 7 Seas Brewing.
We were just a little early and had to wait for them to open the gate.
Inside the Tap room was small but nice. We ordered the samplers.
From the Tap Room you can look down on where they make the beer.
My Brother-in-law Trever having a good time. We both enjoyed this place.
We got a growler of British Pale Ale to go and head to see other places. I will be back to 7 Seas someday.
We went down to the water to a place called Tides Tavern.
We just ordered a light beer and checked the place out.
The Tides Tavern was very roomy inside and had a great view over the water.
The service was great. Another good place to stop in.
We next took a walk out on Jerisch Dock to check it out and work off some of those beers.
The next stop was down the road at Anthony’s.
Down stairs there is a lounge.
There is a very cool view from the lounge.
A very nice bar too.
After a beer we headed on. Here is the view outside Anthony’s.
We went down the road for dinner at the HY-IU-HEE-HEE.
A lot of beer on tap.
The food was real good at the HY-IU-HEE-HEE but the service was a little slow. I would come back again.
After dinner we headed back to Trever’s house to share the growler with the wives.
That was the end of this Western Washington Brew Tour.
I plan to do a few more Western Washington Brew Tours since there is so many places I did not have time to go to. These and other upcoming adventures can be found at EasternWashingtonAdventures.com.