Aslan Brewing opens its new taproom in Seattle


Very quietly, Aslan Brewing Company opened its new Seattle taproom over the weekend. They officially announced the opening today (Oct. 21, 2019). The Bellingham-based brewery’s Seattle outpost is located near the corner of N. 36th Street and Phinney Avenue North in Seattle’s bustling Fremont neighborhood. This is a taproom only, serving beers brewed at the company’s brewery 90 miles north in Bellingham.



  • The taproom is for grownups only (21+)
  • Ten Beers on tap plus beer to go (reach-in cooler full of bottles and cans). Also, a diverse bottle list with cider and wine, as well as beer.
  • Food – Sandwiches from Salumi while the day’s supply lasts. Also, a fast-casual seafood joint right next door, Local Tide, is due to open soon.
  • Open seven days a week. Sunday thru Thursday: 11 AM – 11 PM. Friday thru Saturday: 11 AM – Midnight.
  • The murals on the walls were done by Seattle’s own Connor McPherson, an internationally recognized illustrator, muralist, and educator.

Aslan Brewing Taproom
401 N 36th St. STE. 102
Seattle, WA 98103

GM Madison Sorden and CEO Jack Lamb.
GM Madison Sorden and CEO Jack Lamb.

“Wherever possible, we used sustainable materials to build out this taproom,” said a press release announcing the opening. “The wood that lines the bar, tables, and benches originally came from a Douglas Fir roof built in the 1900s. The steel that makes up the table bases and bench base came from old buildings that were razed in Seattle.”


“Seattle’s famous Salumi sandwiches are available in the taproom every day until sold out. Happy Hour is 4-6, and we’ve got Industry Night specials on Sunday. We share our building with some incredible neighbors, including Local Tide, Revel, and evo.”

Find more information at and on Instagram @aslanseattle.