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The Beer Lover’s Guide to Spokane, Washington

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Goose Island is traveling across the country to share some brewery love during Migration Week. But a person can't live on beer alone: In addition to some awesome breweries, the Goose Island team found amazing spots for everything from burgers to charcuterie during their stop in Spokane, Washington.

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Sante Restaurant & Charcuterie

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Executive chef Jeremy Hansen has worked with Goose Island before — he prepared a full elk for dinner out at our Elk Mountain hop farm — so we had to check out his restaurant. The restaurant has amazing charcuterie and a very unique beer list. Stellar service, food, and drinks — this is a spot that cannot be missed.

Wisconsinburger

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We had to dive into a little Midwest while we were out in Washington. Grab a few extra napkins when you eat: The burgers are amazing, but nice and messy, just as they should be. And there’s an added bonus: a large selection of bottled beers.

Manito Tap House

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Manito Tap House has great food and large local beer list. A very good, beer-knowledgeable staff made for a great lunch stop.

Luna Restaurant

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We had an awesome beer dinner there, and the chef, team, and food were phenomenal. Chef Joseph Morris is hilarious and amazing. He created incredible dishes that paired wonderfully with Goose Island beers, while making us laugh the whole time. His enthusiasm for food and his respect for his staff was really inspiring.
Zola has everything: good beer and good food. But what caught our eye was the live music and interesting décor. You can sit in a repurposed boats or old carnival ride buckets — seriously — while you eat and drink.

Baby Bar

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We found ourselves at this tiny, dark bar late one night. Without a doubt, this is a dive bar diamond in the rough — our only regret is not getting a round of late-night burritos.

Bowl And Pitcher

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We don’t just eat and drink on Migration Week. We woke up early one day to soak up some nature and sunshine at Bowl and Pitcher. It’s right on the river in the state park, and, of course, we took lots of pictures.

Saranac Public House

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The patio at Saranac is a Spokane gem. We were able to enjoy great beers and live music under the stars, a perfect night for us.

River City Brewing

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We had a great afternoon touring the brew house, sampling beers, and talking shop with the fine folks at River City.

Washington Cracker Company Building

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This is a beautiful industrial venue that showcases old production equipment, including an old printing press. Look for more great things to come from these guys. We got a sneak peak of the new Whiskey Den, soon opening in the basement of the Washington Cracker Company building, too. They’ll have more than 300 rare whiskeys on the menu, so definitely stop by when it’s open and grab a drink.
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Sante Restaurant & Charcuterie

Executive chef Jeremy Hansen has worked with Goose Island before — he prepared a full elk for dinner out at our Elk Mountain hop farm — so we had to check out his restaurant. The restaurant has amazing charcuterie and a very unique beer list. Stellar service, food, and drinks — this is a spot that cannot be missed.

Wisconsinburger

We had to dive into a little Midwest while we were out in Washington. Grab a few extra napkins when you eat: The burgers are amazing, but nice and messy, just as they should be. And there’s an added bonus: a large selection of bottled beers.

Manito Tap House

Manito Tap House has great food and large local beer list. A very good, beer-knowledgeable staff made for a great lunch stop.

Luna Restaurant

We had an awesome beer dinner there, and the chef, team, and food were phenomenal. Chef Joseph Morris is hilarious and amazing. He created incredible dishes that paired wonderfully with Goose Island beers, while making us laugh the whole time. His enthusiasm for food and his respect for his staff was really inspiring.

Zola

Zola has everything: good beer and good food. But what caught our eye was the live music and interesting décor. You can sit in a repurposed boats or old carnival ride buckets — seriously — while you eat and drink.

Baby Bar

We found ourselves at this tiny, dark bar late one night. Without a doubt, this is a dive bar diamond in the rough — our only regret is not getting a round of late-night burritos.

Bowl And Pitcher

We don’t just eat and drink on Migration Week. We woke up early one day to soak up some nature and sunshine at Bowl and Pitcher. It’s right on the river in the state park, and, of course, we took lots of pictures.

Saranac Public House

The patio at Saranac is a Spokane gem. We were able to enjoy great beers and live music under the stars, a perfect night for us.

River City Brewing

We had a great afternoon touring the brew house, sampling beers, and talking shop with the fine folks at River City.

Washington Cracker Company Building

This is a beautiful industrial venue that showcases old production equipment, including an old printing press. Look for more great things to come from these guys. We got a sneak peak of the new Whiskey Den, soon opening in the basement of the Washington Cracker Company building, too. They’ll have more than 300 rare whiskeys on the menu, so definitely stop by when it’s open and grab a drink.

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