Pubs on 50 Bus Line

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Neighborhood pub, good beer and wine selection, food, popular brunch at weekends.


Local pub-restaurant with good tap selection. Smallish bar area with beer patio outside, roomy dining area.


West Seattle's longest-running brewpub, family-friendly with big pub-food menu. Beers are brewed with organically-grown ingredients.


Unique in Seattle (and one of three in the entire Pacific Northwest, Ghostfish specializes in brewing only gluten-free beers in a range of styles. Roomy taproom, and the food is gluten free too..


Not a typical Seattle multi-tap bar; focus is on German beers primarily. Beers are served in appropriate logo glasses and mugs; selection ranges from standards like Bitburger Pils and Licher Lager to specialties like Bayreuther Zwick'l and Landbier.


This is Seapine's second location, moved from the original on 4th Ave S. More spacious, food truck on Saturdays, more beers. Expanded hours too.


Bottle shop with a bar and 40+ taps. Tasting flights available. No food but many nearby take out places.


Re-opened in June 2015 after hiatus, now featuring food and coffee alongside house-brewed beer.


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