Beveridge Place Pub
West Seattle's Beveridge Place Pub
Description: A cozy neighborhood bar in West Seattle offering bottled beer from all over the world (including Xingu Black from Brazil and Karlovacko from Croatia).
Name origin: Rather than evidence of illiteracy, the would-be misspelling is a tribute to the nearby street, Beveridge Place. (According to their website, the owners "felt it was too much of a coincidence to pass up.")
Additional draws: It's dog friendly, with a fully stocked game room (including board games and shuffleboard).
The most expensive bottle of beer listed at Beveridge: At $75, the '06 Scaldis Prestige.
The most expensive bottle of beer in the world, which is not listed at Beveridge: A Löwenbräu culled from the '37 Hindenburg disaster, which some dipshit bought for over $16,000 in a recent auction.
Happy hours: Mon–Thurs 3–6 pm, Fri 2–6 pm, Sat–Sun noon–6 pm.
Happy-hour drink specials: $1 off pints/$2 off pitchers for select drafts (Trickster IPA, Agate Pass Amber), $1 off glasses of wine and select sparklers (Shingleback Black Bubbles).
Happy-hour food specials: None, as Beveridge doesn't serve food, but you're welcome to bring in your own.