Our Taproom is an Adult Oasis – Meaning 21 and over only please!
Regular Tasting Room Hours:
M-Thurs 3:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Fri 1:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Sat Noon to 8:30pm
Sun Noon to 6:30 pm
CURRENTLY ON TAP (7/18/17)
What’s on tap…(changes often)
Big Bend Blonde Ale
Here’s Your Damn Amber
Pearl’s Pale Ale
Goosetown Brown Ale
4×10 Imperial Pilsner
Sucellus Scotch Barrel-Aged Imperial Porter (only 32oz growler/crowler fills)
101 Imperial IPA
Bourbon 101 Imperial IPA
Nitro Beers On Tap:
Goosetown Brown Ale
Thursdays Cask: 7/20 – Mango 101 Imperial IPA!
$9 growler fills every Wednesday (excludes Imperials, Barrel-aged, and rare/special beers)
$5.25 crowler fills every Wednesday (excludes Imperials, Barrel-aged, and rare/special beers)
17406 State Route 536, Unit A
Mount Vernon, Washington 98273
Phone: (360) 982-2057
Visit our Tasting Room! We are open seven days a week.
AND…we have a wonderful outside patio!
AND…we serve 20 ounce pints (excludes imperials).
AND…we can 32oz crowler cans!
AND…we have Wi-Fi.
AND…we love your dogs.
FOOD @ NSB:
Vagabond Food Truck from Anacortes will be here most weeks this summer!
Check out their website for more information: http://vagabondtrailerfood.com/
Please feel free to…
We also sell some snacks: chips, nuts, Pub Mix, pretzels, and landjagers from Silvana Meats.
Wine, Cider, and More:
We typically carry two reds and three whites. Latest selection has been an 2013 Isabel Mondavi Caneros Chardonnay from CA, 2015 New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough, 2011 Bertelsen Winery Riesling from Yakima Valley, 2014 Three Rivers Cabernet Sauvignon from Columbia Valley, and 2014 Bogle Vineyards Essential Blend from CA.
For your Gluten-free needs; we have Ghostfish Brewing Grapefruit IPA and Pale Ale are available in 12oz cans.
We also have 4 types of hard cider: Burro Locco Cider from Tulip Valley Vineyard Orchard in Mount Vernon, Atlas Cider (5.5%) from Bend, OR., Dry 99 Hard Cider (4.2%) from Seattle, WA, and Elemental Carbon Semi-Dry Hard Cider (6.5%) from Woodinville, WA!
Lastly, we offer Lamarca Prosecco (product of Italy) and Not Your Father’s Rootbeer!