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The concept of this "secret" beer garden and "speakeasy" tasting room in Fremont makes it sound more complicated than the simple, stunning, surreptitious spot that it is. A beer tasting room (hence the "ale" in the name) that also sells plants is about as dreamy an idea as possible, and the location—behind a small shop, down a set of stairs, with a tiny sign marking the door—only adds to its allure. But the real draw is great drinks: unique beers, ciders, and meads, that expand beyond the usual West Coast IPA-heavy menus of Seattle bars. Look for bocks, saisons, and sour IPAs from folks like Kings and Daughters out of Oregon and Atwood Farm in Blaine.

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