After more than 30 years in business, Pyramid Brewing Co. parent company FIFCO USA announced that it will permanently close Pyramid Alehouse in Seattle, Washington. Read More
Pyramid Brewing Co.
In 1984, the founders of Pyramid Brewing Co. were inspired to discover a new way of crafting beer, bringing together adventure, friends and bold new flavors and innovation. Their pioneering spirit gave the Pacific Northwest the groundbreaking, highly hopped Pyramid Pale Ale — a beer well ahead of its time — as well as many others that have withstood the test of time.
The Seattle Alehouse, our original location, offers a world of extraordinary tastes waiting to be explored on draft including our year-round beers, rotating seasonals, featured selections from our sister brewery the Portland Brewing Co., as well as a few unique Pyramid offerings you won’t find anywhere else. Enjoy a pint, explore a Pyramid Sampler, or order a growler of brewery fresh beer to go. Pair your brew with a tasty selection off of our full menu of classic brew house cuisine.
Located across the street from Safeco Field, home of the Seattle Mariners, and just a block south of CenturyLink Field — the Alehouse is a great place for friends to gather before or after a baseball, football or soccer game.
Pyramid has teamed up with Columbia Distributing to create an annual donation to feed those in need. From pints at the bar to six-packs sold in stores, all Pyramid products sold in Oregon and Washington through 2019 will contribute to Oregon Food Bank and Food Lifeline of Western Washington.
Today, we share this spirit of with you. Adventures, no matter the size, are planned and celebrated over great beers. Where will you find your Pyramid? The time to explore is now.
Greater than 25% Ownership by FIFCO USA.
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A selection of beers from Pyramid Brewing Co.
|Alehouse Amber Review||American Amber Ale||4.8||144||3.32|
|Blazing Bright Review||American IPA||6.5||195||0|
|Coast Day Review||American Lager||5.3||159||3.74|
|Crystal Wheat Ale Review||American Wheat Ale||5.3||159||3.39|
|Curve Ball Blonde Ale Review||Kölsch||5.0||150||3.27|
|Ditto Session IPA Review||American IPA||4.5||135||3.55|
|Fling Pale Ale Review||American Pale Ale||5.2||156||3.44|
|Foxy Brown Review||American Brown Ale||7.4||222||3.5|
|Golden Rye Bock Review||Bock||6.2||186||4.03|
|H7 Unfiltered Imperial IPA Review||American Double IPA||9.5||285||3.91|
Pyramid Brewing Co. in the News
Pyramid Brewing Co., one of the West Coast’s longest running craft breweries, released Subliminal State Hazy Pale Ale, the brewery’s newest seasonal beer. Read More
Pyramid Brewing Co. announced the introduction of its first-ever packaged hazy IPA, Blazing Bright, available immediately year round. Read More
A King County Superior Court judge ruled that Independent Brewers United must pay $450,000 to current and former employees at the Pyramid Alehouse in Seattle. Read More
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