Redhook Brewlab

714 E Pike St. Seattle, WA 98122

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday: 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday: 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday: 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Sunday: 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Special Holiday Hours:
December 24th: Open until 10pm
December 25th: Closed
December 31st (New Year's Eve): Open until 11pm
January 1st: Special New Year Day's Brunch! 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
January 2nd – 8th: Closed for Staff Holiday/Refurbishment Cleaning
Will Reopen for business 01/11/12 @5pm


Two Seattle legends have come together to collaborate. Award-winning Chef Shota Nakajima has opened Kōbo, a new pizza concept inside Brewlab, merging Redhook Brewlab’s world-class beers with Shota’s creativity and talent in the kitchen. Kōbo is the Japanese word for yeast and with it being the correlative piece between both beer and pizza it is a natural inspiration for the collaboration and a chance to bring something new and different to Seattle.

Looking for breweries with food near me? Look no further. For the past 40 years, Redhook has been at the forefront of innovation and this unique partnership with Chef Shota is the latest example. Much like Brewlab’s concept, this partnership brings together eclectic Seattle influences and furthers Redhook’s icon status as a Seattle staple.

A beer collaboration is on tap: a Red Rice Koji Gose flavored with strawberry and raspberry called Rice for the Hill. It is light, refreshing, and finished with a touch of liquid koji, resulting in a super round flavor and umami finish. To stay up to date on the latest, follow @pizzakobo, @chefshota and @Redhook on Instagram and check out

BREWLAB QUESTION? - Call us directly at 206-823-3026 or email


What People Are Saying:

Puget Sound Business Journal
: Rising star chef to open Detroit-style pizza shop inside Capitol Hill's Redhook Brewlab.
Seattle Met: Say Hello to Three Big-Deal Restaurant Projects
EverOut Seattle: This Week in Seattle Food News: Two Fancy Sushi Spots Arrive, Shota Nakajima Opens a Pizza Restaurant, and By Tae Is Back, Baby!
Eater Seattle: Shota Nakajima Is Opening a Chaotic Japanese Detroit-Style Pizza Shop in Capitol Hill -
Capitol Hill Seattle: New pairing at Capitol Hill’s Redhook Brewlab as Chef Shota brings Kōbo and its Detroit+Osaka pizzas to E Pike
The New School: Redhook Brewing partners with Chef Shota Nakajima to open Kōbo Pizza; Japanese inspired Detroit-style pizza concept.
Washington Beer Blog: Chef Shota partners with Brewlab to bring new concept to Capitol Hill
Park Mapper: - Seattle Weekend Event 2022: The Top 10 Weekend Attractions In Seattle, September 8-11!

- Seattle Weekly | Readers Choice Best Brewpub 2019

- Seattle Weekly | Best of Seattle 2018

- Condé Nast | 12 Best Breweries in Seattle
- Seattle Magazine | Best Brewpubs and Taprooms in Seattle
- Seattle Met | 9 Local Breweries for Every Type of Beer Drinker
- Red Tricycle | 20 Breweries Where You Can Grab a Pint with Your Pint-Sized Crew
- Seattle Times | "Take a deep breath, people. Redhook is back."

The Space:



Redhook Brewlab’s concept is an intersection of Seattle history and culture, a place where the city’s eclectic influences mix – art, science, brewing, food, and music. Housed within the Pike Motorworks Building, Brewlab’s space is an open modern brewery and pub concept with an abundance of natural light.

Looking for a great place to watch a game in Seattle? Brewlab has 10 Big Screen TVs on site and features gameday specials all season long. We're also a short ride from Lumen Field, T-Mobile Park, Climate Pledge Arena & Husky Stadium, so Brewlab is a great spot to visit before games or concerts. Especially if you're searching for a brewery with food. We're also neighbors with Taku, Shota's fried chicken restaurant, as well as Salt & Straw ice cream.

A focal point inside the brewpub is a custom mural by Grammy-nominated Seattle illustrator and Sub Pop Records Art Director Sasha Barr. The mural, which spans 14’ x 18’ on the wall near the front bar, is a colorful visual collage combining the city environment, people, beer, Seattle architecture, and elements from the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Large patios in the front and back of the space increase the seating capacity from 171 to 258, making the Redhook Brewlab’s total outdoor patio space the largest in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The back patio features two firepits for a cozy beer drinking experience, and both patios will be open as weather allows.

We are open for private events, please inquire above for more information on bookings at one of the best breweries with food in Seattle.

The Beer

You looking for the best brewing near me? Redhook Brewlab features 16 taps of rotating small-batch beers.

It's more than just a brewery tasting room or a brewery tap room. Redhook Brewlab is a beer-focused working space. The brewery is a test ground to experiment and create new small-batch beers primarily for the pub, and to develop recipes that will eventually come to life on a wider scale in Washington and beyond. It's not only the tasting room for the Redhook beers of today, but also a glimpse into the things we're developing for the future.

We also offer a wide selection of beer to go.