AboutWhat We MakeMeet the MakersWhere to BuyDiscover Our Breweries Tours: Brewery tours are available! Inquire by phone before your visit. Kegs: Interested in purchasing a keg? Call the brewery at (206) 285-4722 and review the frequently asked questions. Established: March 1995 2015 Brewery Production: 761 barrels • 1,523 kegs • 188,790 pints McMenamins brewpub on Roy Street in Seattle opened its doors and began brewing in March 1995. With a brewery that's in full view (and within arm's length) of diners, McMenamins Queen Anne offers an intimate and ongoing study of the brewing arts and sciences. In a sense it is a 'fish bowl' brewery (think: Lighthouse, Oak Hills) without the bowl. Which can make things mighty exciting sometimes... With the lineage of colorful characters conducting business in the open air brewery (including Matt Stromberg, Jeff "Bones" Thomas, Tim "Roy" Streeter, Tony Balzola and current brewmaster Brian Lawrence) Queen Anne can boast of an equally colorful history of ales crossing the bar. Of the many fine brews crafted here, it is notable that original house brewer Tom Goodham's chamomile infused Wedding Ale is still talked about among Queen Anne's circle of regulars. That there is some staying power. All Ales Wine Black Widow Cascade Head Edgefield Extra One Year Hammerhead Hillsdale Ale 30th Anniversary I Choo- Choo- Choose You Milk Chocolate Cherry Stout Jam Session IPA Kris Kringle Kristi Test Beer Kristi Test Beer Kristi Test Beer2 Kristi Test Wine Lola's Hazy IPA Mannschaft Kölsch McMenamins Irish Stout Nebraska Bitter Purple Haze Ruby Ruby Cans To Go Sleepy Hollow Nut Brown Sunflower IPA Terminator Stout Test Test Drink Three Rocks Rum Thundercone Fresh Hop Ale White Tiger IPA Winter's Hollow Nut Brown $8 Growler Mondays Head to any of our pubs every Monday and bring your 2-quart growler to have it filled with a McMenamins craft beer for $8 ($10 for high gravity beers). Regular price $14 - $17. Note: This special does not apply to cider or brewmasters reserves. Check out what's ON TAP on the free McMenamins app. On Tap To Go (not including growler or jar) Hard Cider To Go (not including growler or jar) 1 quart $7.00-$8.50 1 quart $8.80 2 quarts $14.00-$17.00 2 quarts $17.60 Half-Gallon Growlers We're offering these special 64-ounce growlers (think a glass moonshine jug) that are now engraved with many different company seasonal logos and other assorted graphics! Use it time and time again, or keep it as a memento from your visit. Available at all locations Cans To Go Our 16-ounce cans of our signature Ruby and Hammerhead are available to-go at all locations. Crack ‘em open and enjoy on the beach, in a backyard....bottle openers are no longer required. Crowlers Offered at our 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop Prices vary We're now offering Crowlers - a mashup of can and growler - in a 32-ounce vessel that we fill fresh from a tap of your choice and seal up to-go. Choose from our 20 rotating taps of McMenamins' and guest breweries handcrafted offerings, including cider and high-gravity selections. Kegs/Cornelius Cans $120/15.5 gallon plus refundable keg and equipment deposits At select breweries we can also fill Cornelius canisters. Call the brewery to make arrangements. You will need to bring your clean canister and leave it with the brewer for filling. You cannot just drop in and get a canister filled unannounced. Current pricing on Cornelius canisters is $50 for 5 gallons, $30 for 3 gallons. If you have a different size Cornelius canister figure on $10 per gallon. Order a keg of McMenamins brew for your next party from one of our Oregon or Washington breweries! Different varieties are available at each location, so call ahead to see what beers are on hand. All sales are final. We do not offer refunds. Shipping Beer Now shipping to anywhere in Oregon Call the Edgefield Gift Shop to order: 503-492-5470 7 a.m.–7 p.m. Pacific Time Bottles: $5.60 per bottle Cans: $2.75 per can Plus shipping and handling Max 24 bottles/cans per order per state law Why can't you ship elsewhere? While Oregon law allows us to ship outside of the state, individual state laws prohibit us to ship beer directly to consumers.