It’s no secret that the craft beer scene is hopping in Spokane, with some of the best beer in the Inland Northwest! Many Spokane, WA breweries source local ingredients to create their concoctions and share their love of craft beer with both locals and visitors alike.

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Spokane's Best Breweries

No-Li Brewhouse

Although new breweries are emerging all over the city, No-Li Brewhouse opened its doors for the first time in 1993 and has been a hot spot in the U District near Gonzaga University ever since. This paved the way for a plethora of other craft breweries to open as well. No-Li is officially a “Spokane Style Beer” producer with distribution in Washington and Idaho.

No other brewery embodies the charm, charisma and characters of Spokane quite like No-Li Brewhouse. Winning international awards for its unbeatable beer creations, No-Li has easily become one of the best breweries in all of Spokane, WA. Offering delicious local food, gorgeous riverfront seating, and the best beer in the city, No-Li is a mandatory addition to any Ale Trail itinerary.

1003 E Trent Ave. Spokane, Washington 99202

Brick West Brewing Company

This fifteen-barrel brewery, taproom, and beer garden are rooted in Spokane’s West End. With an expansive outdoor patio that hosts food trucks, live music, beer garden events, festivals, and more, Brick West has made a local name for themselves as an excellent year-round hangout for craft beer enthusiasts and newcomers alike.

1318 W 1st Ave. Spokane, Washington 99201

Four-Eyed Guys Brewing Co.

Adorned with lush greenery and filled with natural light, the quaint taproom at Four-Eyed Brewing is an amazing experience even BEFORE you get your beer. However, the savory shareable food, house-made hard seltzers and delicious local craft beer are what make the visit to Four-Eyes Brewing truly unforgettable

910 W Indiana Ave. Spokane, Washington 99205

Bellwether Brewing

Craft beer in Spokane doesn't get more creative that the brews cooked up at Bellwether Brewing. The owner and operator of Bellwether, Dave, uses ingredients grown in his own backyard to create some of the best old-world-style beers in the Inland Northwest. With a rotating draft list and new beers out almost every week, no two visits to Bellwether will be the same. Be sure to pop in as you make your way through the Spokane Ale Trail.

2019 N Monroe St. Spokane, Washington 99205

Wildland Cooperative

Wildland Cooperative is a worker-owned cooperative located in Green Bluff, Washington. Serving handcrafted wine, beer & non-alcoholic libations alongside a local art & farm fresh goods market. Using organic and no-till practices, their land is ever-expanding with crops and trees, cut flowers, fresh produce and spaces set aside for conservation & re-wilding projects for generations to come.

8022 E Greenbluff Rd, Colbert, Washington 99005

Cider & Cideries in Spokane

If beer isn't your thing, cider is a sweet alternative. Cider has become a staple in this town and to support local farmers and businesses. Harvesting some of the finest apples and pears in the area, Liberty Ciderworks offers artisan, locally crafted ciders in the heart of Downtown Spokane. Also, in the downtown area, One Tree Cider House takes pride in using 100% Washington apples in all of their house-made cider blends and their food is stellar. For a quick escape from the city, Twilight Cider Works offers fine-crafted ciders at its quaint location in Green Bluff. When beer sounds too heavy, air on the sweeter side of drinks and grab a cider at one of these great local cideries.

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