What’s happening at Hale’s Ales?


If you’ve been around the Hale’s Ale Brewery and Pub lately you may have noticed some changes. There are more coming. The Hale’s Ale brewpub on Leary Way in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood recently changed into something more like a taproom, with a smaller food menu and a renewed focus on the beer. But that’s just the beginning. Washington’s oldest independent brewery made some New Year’s resolutions for 2018.

According to the brewery’s founder, Mike Hale, “In 34 years, Hale‘s has been witness to a great deal of change. So hang in there with us, because the best is yet to come. 2018 is a year full of New Year’s resolution for us. We’re rolling out new packaging. The website is getting an overhaul. We’re brewing new beers. The taproom is getting a makeover. We’re working on becoming the most happening spot in Fremont, featuring events and musicians in our pub on a weekly basis.”


They also announced the lineup and details for Music Mondays – live music every Monday at the taproom, 7:30 – 9:30. Hale’s draft specials and $3 cans. No cover charge.

Music Mondays Begin Feb 12
MondayFebruary 12
Featuring Ron W. Bailey & The Tangents
Monday, February 19
Featuring Ron W. Bailey & The Tangents
Monday, February 26
Featuring The Rolling Blackouts
A 17-year favorite at St. Clouds, now playing at Hale‘s!


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  1. How about if not every winter bringing back their wee heavy ever so often, instead of that el dazzle stout. God I miss that beer

  2. I visited Hale’s on 3 January 2018. The pub looked the same, just less people, on both sides of the bar. I discovered “walk-up” service at the bar, an empty kitchen, and about five “finger foods” for counter purchase. I saw no wait-staff. Hale’s staid beer list was intact.

    My party departed. I feel, I lost a friend.

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