The Beer Junction in West Seattle is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a fun place for friends and strangers to connect over beer, wine, cider and more beer. Boasting one of Seattle’s largest beer selection, The Beer Junction is a bottle shop with more than 1,000 domestic and imported beers from more than 50 different countries. If that’s not enough for you, it’s also a fun beer bar with more than 35 craft beers on tap.
The Beer Junction in West Seattle is perfect for a pint or two, a specialty six-pack, or buying beer in bulk. The shop will happily fill your empty growlers with their two counter pressure growler fillers. Instead of your beer going flat after a few days, the counter pressure growler fillers keep your beer fresh for months at a time (as long as you don’t open it). They also sell specialty kegs but just be aware that you need to pre-order them.
The Beer Junction rotates what beers they offer, so the selection is ever-changing. They do a great job of updating their new arrivals on Instagram, so it’s always easy to find out if your favorite brews are in-house or not. If you want to get adventurous and try new and different beers, they host a tasting event every Thursday from 5pm-8pm.
Like I briefly mentioned earlier, The Beer Junction goes beyond beer. They also sell wine, ciders, mead, sake, and more. No matter what you’re looking for, the helpful staff at The Beer Junction is willing to answer any questions you have.
To put it simply — The Beer Junction in West Seattle is awesome. From beers I guzzled in Europe to incredible local Washington brews, The Beer Junction truly has it all. There’s only one problem I can find with the place — it’s not good for indecisive people (like me). There are so many choices, it’s hard to pick just a few brews to take home. To make life easy, I’d buy the whole frickin’ store if I could.
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And if you’re scoping for other beer spots, be sure to visit Trailbend Taproom in Ballard, Pint Defiance and/or The Red Hot in Tacoma, Queen Anne Beerhall for a European beer adventure, or Flatstick Pub for mini golf and brews.