160 Beers on Tap on the Wall, 160 Beers on Tap …


“How many beers on tap,” you ask? 160!

While visiting friends in Seattle, we visited a magical place: an ale house with, you guessed it, 160 beers on tap, aptly named TapHouse Grill. Included on the menu are beers from the four corners of the globe, everything from blondes to bocks and porters to stouts. As I was completely intimidated by the beer menu, I decided to ask our server for his recommendation.

The beer that was presented shortly thereafter was called Franziskaner Weissner (yes, I did have to ask for the spelling). I was told it was a traditional German hefeweizen with hints of banana and spice. It was refreshing, smooth, and I did indeed taste hints of banana and spice. I was very pleased by the selection.

Next time you find yourself in Seattle, I would highly suggest a visit to TapHouse Grill. Oh, and the food was delicious as well. I also heard a rumor that they have three-dollar sushi rolls during Happy Hour.

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  • Christine | Jun 9, 2008 at 12:15 pm

    What a find!! Do they serve the Franziskaner Weissner with a lemon slice, like a traditional hefeweiszen? I’m intrigued.

  • Jenna | Jun 9, 2008 at 12:33 pm

    I don’t think there was a lemon slice, but to be honest, I don’t remember! It had so much more flavor than any other hefeweiszen I’ve had.

  • lostspartan77 | Jun 13, 2008 at 10:27 am

    Brew It Up in Sacramento is pretty good. They do not have 160 beers on tap however they do have quite a few unique beers to choose from.


  • Olaf | Sep 3, 2009 at 11:10 pm

    I was there
    I was amazing for a beer lover.
    I can recommend, Porter, Brown ALE, >Belgium beer