NORTH JETTY BREWING
Meet me at the Jetty!
We produce quality beers and hard seltzers on a 10 barrel system. Our brew house also consists of two twenty barrel and four ten barrel fermenters. We produce around 1000 barrels a year.
Beer To Go
You can purchase and fill a North Jetty growler or freshly-filled 16 oz. cans, bring your own growler (we don’t mind!), or purchase cans of select beers at our taproom.
Fresh & Tasty Food
We offer a variety of paninis, salads, all beef hot dogs, German sausages, brats, soft pretzels, table shareables, and more!
Welcome to North Jetty Brewing, your premier destination on the picturesque Long Beach Peninsula in Seaview, Washington. We’re thrilled to announce the exciting expansion of our offerings, now featuring a delectable kitchen serving up mouthwatering dishes and a curated craft cocktail program to complement our award-winning brews. As a family-owned and operated establishment, we take pride in crafting exceptional experiences for our patrons, whether you’re savoring our beers at various Pacific Northwest locations or joining us in our inviting taproom. Come indulge in the perfect fusion of culinary delights, handcrafted cocktails, and unparalleled craft beer. Discover a taste of adventure at North Jetty Brewing.
Minors are welcome until 6:00pm daily. Four-legged family members are welcome on both our 21 and over side patio as well as our family friendly front porch.
Experience a delightful family-friendly brewery ambiance during the day, and indulge in the sophisticated ‘Jetty After Dark’ atmosphere at 7:00pm Wednesday through Saturday, tailored for a more adult cocktail experience while still serving our wide variety of delicious beers brewed on site. Immerse yourself in our cocktail program featuring premium spirits sourced from top producers worldwide.
Our beer is carried throughout the Northwest. If you’d like to carry North Jetty beer, contact one of these distributors:
4200 Pacific Way, Seaview, WA 98644
You'll find our brewery near Astoria, Oregon. Just head across the big bridge toward Long Beach. It's a refreshing stop if you're exploring Highway 101 or spending time on the Washington coast.