Hemlock State Brewery opens in Mountlake Terrace

Monday, May 27, 2019

A big step up from a garage!


Text and photos by Johanna Polit

Hemlock State Brewery returns!!

On Friday, May 19th, Hemlock State Brewery opened to the public at their new location at 23601 56th Ave W in Mountlake Terrace.

For the first licensed brewery in Shoreline (founded in 2012), it’s a huge step from the garage-based operation they closed last August as they embarked on this journey to expand and establish a local gathering place. (see previous article)

Local founders and MLT officials at the official ribbon-cutting


Whether you miss their Saturday morning growler fills, their “Hibeernation” on tap at local pubs, or have never heard of them, it’s worth checking them out.

You are sure to find something delicious to suit your taste. Starting with four beers and three ciders on tap, they have room to expand to 20 taps. You can buy a glass to drink there, or get a fresh 32-oz ‘crowler’ or your own growler filled to take away.

Get a pint of beer for $6, or a 32 oz ‘crowler’ to go, filled and sealed while you watch, for $7.


If you didn’t bring your growler, they’ve got you covered with growlers for sale, as well Hemlock State pints and tulip glasses, and super-soft t-shirts.

Kids and dogs are welcome at Hemlock State Brewery


Hemlock State’s founders, some of whom are parents of young kids themselves, really wanted to create a space where adults could enjoy themselves, but also one where families were welcome. What better time to check them out than during this 3-day weekend?

Other useful stuff to know:
  • Hours:
    • Sunday noon-9pm
    • Monday - Thursday 3pm-10pm
    • Friday 3pm-11pm 
    • Saturday noon-11pm
  • In-building parking accessible from 236th
  • A few snacks available for purchase
  • Outside food welcome… visit another local business on your way in!
  • Kids and dogs are welcome
  • Non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase
  • Free wi-fi on site
  • More information:
Did we mention they brew on site?


The new space is intentionally built for folks who are interested in beer. They designed the brewing area without glass between their customers and their equipment. Patrons are welcome to chat them up while they brew!




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