Naked City Brewery

We Love Craft Beer.

Naked City Brewery is a small craft brewery influenced by Northwest beer culture and the great beer traditions of the world. Founded in late 2009, Naked City brews a variety of styles, and believes in quality ingredients and a hands-on approach in every aspect of the process.

Naked City's standard ales include Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands (Blond-on-Blonde Ale), Betsy's Mountain (Amber Ale), Pinkerton Porter, Screening Room (Northwest Red Ale), and Brute Force IPA. We also brew a wide variety of seasonal and special beers available at the pub.

Naked City's barrel-aging program now includes fifteen wet bourbon and wine barrels filled with dark, sweet, and hoppy elixirs, plus one little vinegar barrel for Chef Tessa's beer vinaigrette.

On the morning of the brew day for Boo Radley pumpkin ale, Don rises early to carve and roast fresh pumpkins for tossing into the mash tun. We use fresh cocoa nibs in our chocolate beers and roasted local chiles in our chile beer. Naked City Sudden Impact Coffee IPA gets its strong roasted coffee aroma from fresh, local Delano's Coffee.

Awards

2013 – Tacoma Craft Beer Festival, IPA silver medal for Crossfire

2013 – PNA Winter Beer Taste, second place Crowd Favorite for Wild Cherry Barrel Aged Sour

2009-2013 – Draft Magazine, Top 100 Beer Bars in America

2012 – Hopvine Best of the West IPA Fest, 1st Place Washington IPA for Brute Force

2012 – Washington Winter Beer Fest, 2nd Place People's Choice Award, Kentucky Dude (Heaven Hills bourbon barrel-aged white Russian imperial stout)

2012 – Phinney Neighborhood Association Winter Beer Fest, People's Choice Award for Kentucky Dude

2012 – Cask Fest, 2nd Place People's Choice Award for Dude in Every Port (port barrel-aged white Russian imperial stout)

2011 – Washington Winter Beer Fest, 34rd Place, Big Lebrewski (white Russian imperial stout)

2010 – Lallemand Brain of Brewers Competition, 1st Place American Ale Category for Podunk IPA

2011-2012 – Beer Church Battle of the Brewers Bowling Tournament, two-time defending champs