• Bainbridge Island's Craft Brewery

    Brewery & Taproom - Coppertop Park
    Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse - Downtown Winslow
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Bainbridge Brewing is an independent craft brewery on Bainbridge Island with two locations: the Brewery Taproom (all ages welcome) located at Coppertop Park; and the Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse (ages 21 and over) in downtown Winslow. We’re just a short ferry ride from downtown Seattle, or a quick ride along SR 305 across the Agate Pass Bridge from the Kitsap Peninsula. 

We take great pride in our craft brewery and know there’s a lot that goes into making the island’s most delicious brews. We use only the very best ingredients to produce our craft beers, most of which are from great Northwest maltsters and WA and OR hop growers.

The Brewery Taproom and the Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse serve up more than just a deliciously cold pints of craft beer. We also have several tasty snacks, NW hard ciders, and tasty soft drinks. And at the Alehouse, we have wines produced by island vintners as well as other great NW wines. Our comfortable Taproom and Alehouse can be thought of in terms of historic pubs: a local gathering place for people to meet and socialize while enjoying a great pint brewed right here. It doesn’t get any fresher! Bainbridge Brewing has indeed become a part of the very fabric of this great island community.

More about Bainbridge Brewing

Our Craft Beers

Our craft brewery produces a wide range of beers including year-round beers, special seasonal beers, unique Sandbox Series experimental beers, and barrel-aged and sour beers. We also have guest taps from other NW craft breweries, cideries, and wineries.

The brewery produces a wide range of craft beers including year-round beers, special seasonal beers, unique Sandbox Series experimental beers, and barrel-aged and sour beers. We also have guest taps from other NW craft breweries, cideries .  Learn more about our beer.

Our History

Since 2012, we have had great success brewing award-winning craft beers. Besides the Taproom and Alehouse, you can find our bottled beer at many Western WA grocery and specialty beer/liquor stores. Plus our draft beer in local pubs and restaurants.  Learn more.

Taproom and Alehouse Events

Something fun is always happening at the Taproom and Alehouse. Come in and relax with a deliciously cold glass of craft beer or hard cider, get a glass of wine at the Alehouse, have fun playing weekly trivia, catch the local sports team on TV, beat your friends at pinball, play a board game, listen to a band or DJ, or meet up with your friends. See the full list of events.

Kids and Pets

Its OK to bring Fido the next time you visit us at the Taproom or the Alehouse. As long as Fido is a good dog (quiet, behaved, and on a leash) and you adhere to the posted pet policy.

People often ask if kids are also allowed. At the Brewery & Taproom, the answer is yes! Here we operate under a Microbrewery license and all ages are allowed. At the Alehouse in downtown Winslow, however, we operate under a Tavern license and serve wine, which is strictly for patrons aged 21 years or more.

Ways To Get To Us

The Brewery & Taproom is about 2 miles from the ferry terminal in downtown Winslow.  We love when people walk or bicycle. But if walking or two-wheeled transport isn’t your thing, you can catch a ride with Kitsap Transit (via Route 93 or BI Ride) from the ferry terminal, or take one of the island’s taxis, Uber, or Lyft.

The Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse is just one block from the ferry terminal in downtown Winslow, at the corner of SR 305 and Winslow Way E next to the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. View all the ways to get to us.

Food Options

Both the Brewery & Taproom and the Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse serve a variety of great snacks including: CB’s peanuts, D’Back pretzels, Crimson Cove smoked cheeses and salmon, Bavarian Meats landjaegers, and Kettle chips. Takeout food is also allowed. 

At the Taproom, we also currently have rotating mobile food vendors (Grub Hut Burgers, Kurdish Kitchen Cuisine) on many days. Plus That’s A Some Pizza and Sweet Dahlia Baking are located right across the parking lot.

At the Alehouse, there are also many nearby food options including Agate Restaurant, BIMA Bistro, Town & Country Market, That’s A Some Pizza, and several other Winslow eateries. View the full list and details.

Visit Us At Our Two Locations

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