Métier Brewing Opens New Central District Taproom

Founded in Woodinville nearly four years ago, Métier Brewing has earned numerous Washington Beer Awards for its “damn good beer.” Now cofounders Rodney Hines and Todd Herriott (of Capitol Hill’s Métier Racing and Coffee) have expanded to a second location in the Central District—it’s Seattle’s first Black-owned brewery.

Behind its roll-up doors, the new taproom has Métier’s usual flourishes: a roster of decorated brews and food in collaboration with fellow Black-owned business Umami Kushi. The chef behind the popular Japanese street food joint, Harold Fields, is still finalizing the menu, but for now, the crowd-drawing okazu pan, jerk chips, and Philly soft pretzels (served with coconut porter–infused mustard) are available.

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