A new pub and other news from Scuttlebutt

As we reported last Friday, Scuttlebutt Brewing‘s brand new pub on Everett’s waterfront is open for business. The new pub is located just a few blocks from the old pub in the Port of Everett’s new Waterfront Center (1205 Craftsman Way). As if that isn’t enough, there’s more news from the Everett brewery.

The new location is spacious by comparison, offering more than double the seating capacity. The new pub offers 11 tap handles, with room for a few more. Expect to find a wide variety of Scuttlebutt beers and eventually a guest tap. Matt Stromberg (Head Brewer) told me he looks forward to revisiting some old recipes and flexing his creative muscle.

Other News

Scuttlebutt recently acquired a new filtration system that the brewery now uses to provide additional filtration for some beers. While all of the beers are (and have been) filtered, this new system adds a higher degree of filtration for beers being shipped out of state and overseas. For example, the Homeport Blonde is double filtered to help it withstand the rigors of the trip to Taiwan. Domestically, Scuttlebutt ships beer to Wisconsin and also enjoys some distribution in the southwestern and southeastern United States. Draft beers and locally shipped beers are not getting the higher degree of filtration: no change to the Scuttlebutt beers we get around here.

‘Tis the Season

The plan to create a regular seasonal rotation is coming together. Currently, Tell Tale Red is available on store shelves at your finer beer retailers. Familiar to some as Sequoia Red, the beer has been re-branded as Tell Tale Red Ale, Scuttlebutt’s second-ever seasonal release. The first-ever seasonal release from Scuttlebutt was 10 Below.

Next up, expect to see the Scuttlebutt Tripel 7 Belgian-style ale, which should hit the shelves in May. A Washington-brewed Belgian-style ale in 12 oz. bottles? Yep. This summer (mid to late July) expect the release of Scuttlebutt’s Hoptopia, a balanced and deeply flavored Imperial IPA. The label pictured below has not been approved by the feds; please accept that it is a prototype.

Unofficially, the Hoptopia label. Still pending final approval.

Pub Pictures



Scuttle Bannan and Phil Bannan Sr. (owners) with Matt Stromberg (head brewer).





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  1. The blogger: Shauri W. an employee of Scuttlebutt for the last six months. As a long time brewery and beer fan Shauri is in a great position to let you know about our weekday happy hour as well as our late night happy in addition to a great early bird dinner promotion coming up November 1.

    Best Priced Beer in Town
    Every Monday through Friday 3 pm- 6 pm Happy Hour Beer is $2.00 (anything on tap), the appetizers are hummus platter, KC fries (jack & cheddar with bacon), onion rings, hot wings, bottle caps, large fries or coconut prawns all items are less than $6. Late night Happy Hour is from 9 pm to 11 pm Friday and Saturday. The Early Bird Dinner will start November 1 at 4 pm – 6 pm and will include a choice of soup or salad, and entry from the list and choice of two different deserts all for less than $13. Scuttlebutt pint at regular price are $3.43 or $4.25 (seasonal) which is still cheaper than most other happy hour prices. Dinner menu available after 4pm each day which includes Rib eye, Prime Rib, Tuscan Salmon, Lemon Dill Salmon, Plum Crazy Chicken and more.
    In closing I would say if you haven’t tried out the new place come on in and see us hours are:
    Monday – Thursday 11 am- 9pm
    Friday-Saturday 11 am- 11pm
    Sunday 11 am- 9pm

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