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Limit (1) Map per Person. The Snohomish Ale Trail is meant to be completed in MULTIPLE DAYS. 

DO NOT ATTEMPT to complete the Trail and collect all stamps in one day! 

enjoy responsibly!

CRAFT BREWERIES IN THE HEART OF SNOHOMISH, WA

 

WHAT IS THE SNOHOMISH ALE TRAIL

Enjoy a good beer? We do too! 

That's why we invite you to take a journey on the Snohomish Ale Trail to taste locally made craft beers.

 

The Snohomish Ale Trail is a self-guided beer tasting adventure. Within the heart of Snohomish, Washington, craft beer-lovers have a chance to sample some of the state's best-made beers from six of its finest craft beverage makers. 

 

Travel by car, motorcycle or bicycle - it doesn't matter. Just make sure that if you are coming to Snohomish, you include this on your trip!

participating breweries

1830 Bickford Ave #111, Snohomish
360.294.8127
M-Th 11-9, F-Sat 11-10, Sun 11-7

 

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1208 10th Street, Snohomish
360.568.3984
M-Th 3-9, F 2-10, Sat 12-10, Sun 12-8

 

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106 Union Ave, Snohomish
425.330.6938
M-Th Closed, F 4-9, Sat 2-9, Sun 12-5

 

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511 2nd Street, Snohomish
425.231.8113
M-T Closed, Wed-F 4-10, Sat 2-10, Sun 2-6

 

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12125 Treosti Road, Snohomish
425.330.6938
M-Th Closed, F 4-9, Sat 2-9, Sun 12-5

 

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9029A 112th Drive SE, Snohomish
503.810.1655
M-W Closed, Th-F 6-10, Sat & Sun 2-10

 

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HOW to do the trail

first step - get your map!

The Snohomish Ale Trail can start at any one of the participating breweries. Just pick your first stop, grab your Map and start collecting your drink stamps. 

COLLECT (2) STAMPS FROM EACH BREWERY AND RECEIVE A FREE PINT GLASS!

You can grab a bite to eat at Sound to Summit while trying out their well-known Kolsch.
Head down to Lost Canoe where they offer a mix of hoppy and malty beers (don’t forget
to try their famous Peanut Butter Porter!). Check out the upscale, sophisticated 

Spada 
Farmhouse where they specialize in barrel-aged sours, plus they feature Belgians, IPAs
and dark beers on a rotating basis.

 

Ready for a little music? SnoTown has a variety of beers and is the only place in town to go for live music. And then there’s Scrappy Punk, the humble, wooden building that houses a 3 BBL brewery next to an intimate-yet-industrial taproom. Don’t miss their flagship Coconut Blonde Ale — it is amazing!

 

And just two miles south of town in the rustic countryside is Haywire, where you’ll find their award winning rye IPA brewed inside an old hay barn.

Cheers!