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Old Stove Brewing to Expand with Tap Room, Beer Garden and Production Brewery



SEATTLE Sept. 13, 2021Old Stove Brewing, a craft brewery based in Seattle, today announced plans to develop a 24,000-square-foot production brewery Taproom and beer garden with space for live music at 600 W. Nickerson St. in an emerging maritime district. The new location, called “Old Stove Brewing Ship Canal,” is anticipated to open in 2022. On Friday, Sept. 17, the Tractor Tavern will present “Above Board,” a benefit concert for SMASH at the Old Stove Brewing Ship Canal site.


“The initial concept for Old Stove was centered on bringing people together and building community,” said Chris Moore, co-founder of Old Stove Brewing. “With this expansion, we’re excited to introduce a welcoming space in the city for locals and visitors to come together around craft beer in addition to Old Stove’s existing taproom at Pike Place Market.”

To celebrate Old Stove Brewing Ship Canal’s impending expansion, Old Stove is hosting a fundraiser for Seattle Musicians Access to Sustainable Healthcare (SMASH) on Friday, Sept. 17, 2021 from 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. The event will take place at 600 W. Nickerson St in Seattle and will include a live performance from Petty Party, a cover band based in Seattle. Special guests Charity & Matty will be the first to perform in the courtyard. The public is invited to attend. Tickets and more information are available at the Tractor online here.


“This event unites two of our passions—craft beer and live music—around a common cause,” said Moore. “This first concert at the Ship Canal site highlights our intentions for this space and our goal to become a significant contributor to the Seattle music scene.”

Old Stove Brewing is proud to share that it will install Fremont Brewing’s original thirty barrel brewhouse at the new Ship Canal production facility.Once the production brewery is operational, Old Stove expects to increase its production and retail sales in Seattle. In addition, all brewing, taproom and beer garden operations will create 60 new jobs at the new Ship Canal location with additional growth over time.