Seattle's Best Beer Bar. And the winner is…

We’ve just closed our poll asking you to vote for your favorite “Seattle-area beer bar (not brew pub).” While our polls are not scientific, they do represent the opinions of the respondents. For two weeks we ran a preliminary poll, giving you a large list of bars from which to choose. From those results, we created a final list consisting of seven finalists.

Uber Tavern won in a relative landslide. Congrats! Brouwer’s Cafe and the Beveridge Place Pub had respectable showings as well. Complete results are shown below.

We now move on to a new poll. What’s your favorite Washington winter beer? Please use the comments section of this post to tell us what beers you think deserve to make the list.

Question: What is your favorite Seattle-area beer bar (not brew pub)?

Poll_Results

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15 comments

  1. Congrats, Uber. I hear you are good. I’ll have to check you out.

    Out of curiosity, how many folks voted?

  2. Congrats, Uber. I hear you are good. I’ll have to check you out.

    Out of curiosity, how many folks voted?

  3. I’m partial to the old favorites:

    Snow Cap (pretty much the only drinkable Pyramid), the Jolly, Jubalale and Ebenezer.

    I’m sure other will add newer and more exotic.

    Are you making a distinction between winter and Christmas?

  4. Last I checked, both Ebenezer and Jubelale are Oregonain beers.

    Of course, I would like to throw both Hoppy Holidays and Hoppy the Woodsman into the ring.

  5. Going to throw a shout out for Boundary Bay Cabin Fever and Fish Tale Winterfish, a couple of my favs.

  6. There were approximately 600 votes cast in the finals. About the same in the preliminary round.

  7. There were approximately 600 votes cast in the finals. About the same in the preliminary round.

  8. Last I checked, both Ebenezer and Jubelale are Oregonain beers.

    True dat. Still yummy, though I guess disqualified. I was thinking NW, not simply Wash.

    Our loss.

  9. Last I checked, both Ebenezer and Jubelale are Oregonain beers.

    True dat. Still yummy, though I guess disqualified. I was thinking NW, not simply Wash.

    Our loss.

  10. I kind of dig Lazy Boy’s Mistletoe Bliss (except when they try and dump old kegs at the Strangebrew Fest in Pt. Townsend…..hahahaha)

    Unfortunatley, the more I think about it, most of the holiday ales I like come from out of state 🙁
    (Sierra Nevada’s Celebration Ale comes to mind..)

    Has anyone else felt like the Snowcap recipe has changed since this Independent Brewers buyout?

  11. Nothing says winter to me better than Baron’s Liberator. Comes out in mid November usually but not sure if it qualifies technically as a winter brew. Either way, it’s what I love.

  12. Nothing says winter to me better than Baron’s Liberator. Comes out in mid November usually but not sure if it qualifies technically as a winter brew. Either way, it’s what I love.

  13. Best Winter Ale – most awaited late Fall moment.
    Old Wooly – Big Time’s Barley Wine released on Dec. 1st every year –
    (happens to be Bob Brenlin’s birthday too).

  14. Best Winter Ale – most awaited late Fall moment.
    Old Wooly – Big Time’s Barley Wine released on Dec. 1st every year –
    (happens to be Bob Brenlin’s birthday too).

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