Schooner Exact Brewing Reopens as Schooner Brewing and Beer Hall

Seattle’s Schooner Exact Brewing announced a change in direction and management late last year and closed its taproom while primary faces of the brewery, Matt and Heather McClung, stepped aside. Schooner Exact Brewing has now announced the reopening of the pub, now called the Schooner Beer Hall. The brewery’s branding has also changed to be called simply Schooner Brewing. 

From a recent announcement from Schooner Brewing:

Schooner Beer Hall is now open with a fresh look, 20 tap handles of Schooner beer and delicious food menus serving snacks and dinner daily, and weekend brunch from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., plus a custom-built shuffleboard for nights out drinking beers with friends. And trivia happens every Thursday night at 7pm with cash prizes for you and your crew!

Schooner Provisions, our new deli and lunch counter next to Schooner Beer Hall, is now open serving made-to-order hot and cold sandwiches MondayFriday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Stop by and join us for lunch and try our new delicious sandwiches with a cold beer!

Our beer lineup includes 20 tap handles filled with Schooner favorites such as Hopvine IPA, Evergreen IPA, King Street Brown, Profanity Hill Porter, Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Porter, Clusterfunk Sour and more. View our full tap list here.

The Beer Hall dinner menu features small plates and sharables such as Bahn Mi MeatballsCuban Sliders and Beer Braised Mussels. Our heartier large plates include Street Tacos, Grilled Steak Salad, Beer Battered Fish and Chips, the Schooner Burger and more. Dinner is served MondayThursday 3-9 p.m.FridaySaturday 3-10 p.m., and Sunday 3-9 p.m.

Join us during happy hour MondayFriday 3-5 p.m. and feast on our King Street Brown Ribs for only $2.50 and drink select beer pints for $3.

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