Brickyard Brewing – Grand Opening in Woodinville this Weekend

Not too long ago we did a story about beer touring in Woodinville’s beer country. It was just a few months ago, but since we published that story two more breweries have opened: Triplehorn Brewing and Brickyard Brewing.  Woodinville is becoming its own beer mecca – now boasting seven breweries.

This Friday and Saturday in Woodinville, Brickyard Brewing celebrates its grand opening. The brewery has been up and running for a while now, but this makes it official. The mayor of Woodinville will even be there to perform an official ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday at 5:30 p.m. Tour the brewery and take advantage of one of the tap room specials. Enjoy live music and grab a bite to eat. Consider trying one of their “real beer” floats, made with handcrafted ice cream from a nearby ice creamery – Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream of Maltby.

The complete press release is below.

Brickyard Brewing is proud to announce the grand opening of its tap room and Brewhouse in Woodinville, WA. Founded by Ean Forgette and Joe Montero, the location features a cozy setting and has family friendly seating for thirty. The tasting room has eight tap handles which will generally have four Brickyard mainstream beers, two Brickyard seasonal/brewer’s choice beers, and an additional one or two rotators from other local breweries. The location is in a quiet industrial area, and is a great place to unwind and meet friends.

“We’ve been brewing beer for a long time, and wanted to make a name for Woodinville brewing” commented Master Brewer Ean Forgette. “If you want to take a quick tour of our brewery or ask us learn more about brewing with a candid conversation, you can do that. If you want to relax with a cold and bold flavored beer you can do that, or you can challenge our Master Brewer Joe Montero to a game of backgammon on the bar – it’s what Brickyard Brewing is all about.”

To celebrate, the tap room will be hosting a Grand Opening on October 19th and 20th. Woodinville Mayor Bernie Talmas will be performing a ribbon cutting on the 19th at 5:30 which will be followed with food and prizes. The tasting room will be open and the brewery will be available for tours. There will be live music and featured specials. There will be food available for those that need something in their belly.

The tasting room is certain to become a community favorite. Customers year round may purchase kegs and growler fills to go, or enjoy 4oz flights, 16oz, 20oz, or 32oz pours on location. A choice treat is the signature “Real Beer Float” or Milkshake featuring Masonry Stout Ice Cream blended by Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream in Maltby, WA. Brickyard’s current mainstream beer lineup is Brickyard IPA, Masonry Oatmeal Stout, Stones Throw Pale Ale and Concrete Blonde Ale. Specialty beers will be announced as they are released.

Brickyard Brewing is selling wholesale kegs to local restaurants and bars. They have 1/6 Barrel kegs available for distribution now. There will be ½ Barrel kegs and bottled beer will be available in the near future. Please contact Joe Montero at the number below for wholesale pricing and availability.

For more information about the tasting room and future events, please call 425‐483‐BEER(2337), email [email protected] or check them out online at

Brickyard is located at 5817 238th ST SE, Suite 3, Woodinville, WA 98072. Look for the A‐Board signs on the road. Regular hours are Thursday 2:00‐8:00pm, Friday 2:00‐9:00pm, and Saturday 11:00am‐8:00pm.


  1. This was a test to make sure you were paying attention. Foggy Noggin, Brickyard, Triplehorn, Dirty Bucket, Twelve Bar, Redhook. Six not seven. Stay tuned and before you know it there will be seven.

  2. Kendall called it already – “Blue Lightning Brew” mentioned in tonight’s update here.

    I feel like Porkins: “There’s just – too – many of them!!” [bursts into flames on the surface of Death Star Sr.] No complaints from me if the beer is good though, and I can’t wait to find out. :o)

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