Our Tasting Room & Bottle Shop is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 12-8pm. We are currently closed Tuesdays. We are located at 11653 Higgins Airport Way in Burlington, WA, at the Port of Skagit.
In addition to what we make ourselves in-house, we also offer a variety of small-batch beer, wine, cider, perry, and other fermented beverages, from independent producers who have inspired us over the years, for both on-site sampling and take-away. Our selection is particularly focused on subtle, fermentation-driven products with a depth of character and complexity, including several that employ native, natural, and/or mixed fermentation. Our own beer is currently available on draft and bottles for on-site enjoyment and in bottles to go.
Please note that our tasting room is licensed as a Beer & Wine Tavern, with an Off-Premise endorsement, which means, unfortunately, that no one under 21 is allowed either inside, or within our roped-in outdoor seating area.
Along with our beer, wine, and cider selection, we also offer a small range of non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Customers wishing to bring their own food are more than welcome to do so, as long as they clean up after themselves.
Friendly, well-behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash and under the direct control of their owners at all time.
Washington law prohibits the presence of firearms in licensed taverns and we do not allow weapons of any kind.
Unless otherwise noted, all bottles are available either for on-site consumption or to go. We do not charge corkage fees and all prices include 8.5% sales tax.
Ron’s Not Bitter.
Our take on a classic English bitter. Malty and easy to drink.
1st edition (3.9%): $3 5oz / $4.5 10oz / $6 16oz
The Easygoing Drink.
Lightly tart and hoppy ale fermented in a foudre and finished in oak and stainless, keg-conditioned with Skagit blackberry honey
4th edition (3.6%): $3 5oz / $4.5 10oz / $6 16oz / $7.5 500ml bottle / $20 1.5 liter magnum
2nd edition (4.1%): $11 750ml bottle
The Little Horse Around.
Dry hopped, foudre-fermented table beer, keg-conditioned with Skagit blackberry honey
2nd edition (4.1%): $3 5oz / $4.5 10oz / $6 16oz
1st edition (3.6%) $12.5 750ml bottle
The Dry Hopped Streams Well.
Dry-hopped, foudre-fermented, native yeast ale, naturally conditioned with Skagit blackberry honey
3rd edition (5.4%): $3 5oz / $4.5 10oz / $6 16oz
2nd edition (4.4%): $12.5 750ml bottle
Amber Dreams of Electric Sheep.
Foudre-fermented, oak matured, malt-accented, native yeast amber ale, that undergoes extended bottle & keg conditioning with local blackberry honey
2nd edition (6%): $3 5oz / $4.5 10oz / $6 16oz
1st edition (6%): $12.5 750ml bottle
The Garden Paths Led to Flowered.
Hoppy blonde ale fermented with native yeast in an open foudre, blended, dry-hopped, and naturally conditioned with Skagit blackberry honey
4th edition (7.1%): $3 5oz / $5 10oz / $7 16oz
3rd edition (7.4%): $14 750ml bottle
The Old School The New.
Our take on what IPA once was, using Skagit Valley malt, a coolship full of hops, native yeast fermentation in an open foudre and naturally conditioned with Skagit blackberry honey
2nd edition (6.3%): $3 5oz / $5 10oz / $7 16oz / $14 750ml bottle
The Prime Barrel Age.
A carefully curated blend of several renditions of native yeast fermented, mature, barrel-aged beer, naturally conditioned with blackberry honey from The Valley’s Buzz
3rd edition (7.2%): $3.5 5 oz / $5.5 10 oz / $8 16 oz
2nd edition (6.4%): $17 750ml bottle
The Curious Mix Methods.
A partially-spontaneous and partially non-spontaneous barrel blend utilizing our coolship in sometimes rather unconentional ways..
2nd edition (6.1%): $17 750ml bottle
The Fruitful Barrel Tayberries & Cherries.
A blend of mature barrel-aged beer refermented separately in oak puncheons with fresh, whole Skagit Valley tayberries and cherries from the WSU orchard in Mount Vernon, blended together, and naturally conditioned with blackberry honey from The Valley’s Buzz (6.4%)
$25 750 ml bottle
Guest Beer on Draught
Dieu du Ciel! Péché Mortel (Montréal, Quebec)
A deep, dark and profound stout. Espresso coffee is infused during the brewing of Péché Mortel, resulting in an intense dark beer with roasted malt flavours enhanced by bitter coffee. (9.5%)
$4 5 oz / $6.5 10oz
Dwinell Country Ales Early Bird (Goldendale, Washington)
A seasonal farmhouse ale fermented with Dwinell Contry Ales’ house culture and conditioned over Dukes Blueberries along with Black Pearl and Chelan Cherries. (5%)
Hill Farmstead Florence (Greensboro Bend, Vermont)
Belgian inspired wheat ale crafted from American malted barley, organic Vermont wheat, European and American hops, Hill Farmstead’s distinctive farmhouse yeast and water from their well. (5%)
Machine House Fresh Hop Simcoe Session (Seattle, Washington)
A highly sessionable English-style ale brewed with Maris Otter and finished with fresh Simcoe Hops just picked in Yakima. (4%)
$3 5oz / $4.5 10oz / $6.5 16oz
Matchless The Right Kind of Smoke (Tumwater, Washington)
This is the first beer ever made with Skagit Valley Malting’s newest specialty malt: Copeland pilsner smoked over pecan wood. (5%)
$2.5 5oz / $3.5 10oz / $5 16oz
Panil Ambrata Barriquée (Parma, Italy)
Delicate & beautiful barrel-aged amber ale (6.5%)
$4 5 oz / $6.5 10oz / $9 16oz
Mead, Cider, Perry, & Fruit Wine
The Experimental Fruit Mead: 2nd Use Blackberries
Dry, light, modest strength mead fermented in oak with our native yeast and fireweed honey from The Valley’s Buzz, refermented with 2nd use wild blackberries, foraged from the trails surrounding our property (6.4%)
$5 5oz / $8 10oz
Guest Cider on Draught
Son of Man Segardo (Cascade Locks, Oregon)
Bright, crisp, Basque-style cider (6%)
$4.5 5oz / $7 10oz / $10 16 oz
Fortified Cider and Cherry Wine by the Glass
Frederiksdal Kirsebærvin Sur Lie (Denmark)
Cherry wine aged in oak casks. This is life-changing stuff! $7 3oz
Alpenfire Rosy Pommea (Port Townsend, Washington)
Rich, wonderful, oak-aged blend of Aerlie redflesh apple cider and estate apple brandy $5.5 2oz
By the Glass
Domaine de la Pepière 2018 Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie “Le Pépie” (Loire, France)
Crisp, minerally, natural Muscadet $6.5
Terres Dorées 2017 La Rosé d’Folie (Beaujolais, France)
Baaujolais Gamay rosé $7
Lar de Maia 2017 “5´” (Leon, Span)
Intensely fruity blend of Tempranillo and Gamatxa $6.5
Bodegas Gutiérrez Colosia Amontillado (Jerez, Spain)
Palomino, aged under flor for 3 years and oxidized for at least 5 years $5 2oz