If you had any doubt that Ballard was quickly becoming the land of the brewery, think again. The Peddler Brewing Company has applied for a liquor license at the old Maritime Pacific Brewery location (1514 Leary Ave NW).
The brewery, on their website, says, “We support bicycling and beer. When we open our doors in a few months, ride on over to our brewery to buy some beer or enjoy some drinks in our tasting room.”
Beers on tap will include the following: Belgian Lights, which they describe as a “Belgian beer with winter spices including cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and coriander;” Snow Beer’d, “a dark winter beer with a hop bite and dark chocolate and coffee smooth finish;” Oktoberfest, “a lagered Oktoberfest with a crisp finish;” Peddler Moon, a refreshing wheat beer with the aroma and mild-mannered taste of tangerines;” and Saison,”a farmhouse ale with an earthy body and a slight sour finish brewed with Northwest hops.
No word yet on their opening date, but we’ll keep you updated.