Outlander Brewery and Pub (Fremont)
225 N 36th St Seattle, WA 98103 (206) 486-4088 Website
If you havenʼt had a chance yet, be sure to stop by one of Fremontʼs newest breweries, Outlander. These guys are almost always the talk of our tours. Outlander Brewery is a nano brewery and pub specializing in foreign and unique beers and eats. Last year these guys produced 110 barrels of beer. To put that in perspective, Anheuser Busch produced 125 million.
In the basement of a 114-year-old house, Head Brewer, Nigel Lassiter is pushing the boundaries of brewing. In the past, Lassiter has used ingredients like lavender, ginseng, dragon fruit, sriracha, and heather to recraft, craft beer, if you will.
Their brewery is a 1 barrel system (two kegs), which they use to create hand-crafted, more often than not, specialty ales. The brewery is based around experimentation, so the taps change almost weekly. They almost never brew the same beer twice, but will do so if enough people ask them to.
By definition, an outlander is a stranger, a foreigner, but at Outlander Brewing he represents much more. This is how co-owner Dragan Radulovic defines him, “The outlander is the innovator; he is the one who drives change. It is the outlander, whether in mind or origin, who represents the ambitious, passionate pioneer who is willing to put everything on the line in order to make his dream come true. Itʼs often a simple dream, a dream to share his knowledge, his expertise with the ones who call him stranger. And certainly the public may reject his ideas, they may cast him back to where he came from. But does this ever worry the outlander? Never. Because the outlander believes in his ideas. He knows what he is offering is great and he knows others, once they put aside their prejudice, will know this too. He knows that someone who has invested their time, their life, their hopes and dreams behind something cannot fail. And he knows one last vital piece of information– that there have been many outlanders in this world before him and there will be many more to come.”
So stop by Outlander Brewery for some unique craft beer and tell them that Road Dogʼs sent you.