This former parking lot nails the most important feature of a beer garden: a sweet mural of intoxicated walruses (walrusi?). But if you get bored of that, try out a game of ‘Washers’ (think cornhole with smaller pieces). It’s the perfect way to waste away the ever -- accompanied by the tap list split between Naked City’s own delicious brews and other top craft beers.
The Beer Junction is actually a beer store in West Seattle with 37 taps (organized by style: “odd and delicious” or “on the dark side”) from which they will fill your glass. There are seats here, but they’re rarely in use. Why sit when you can walk around and browse the 1,300 bottles that are on display in the fridges that line the hallway of the store?
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The worst part about Naomi Tomky's job was definitely not checking in on all these bars. Find her beer-fueled exploits on Twitter @Gastrognome and Instagram @the_gastrognome.