FlyCaster Brewing Opens in Kirkland's Totem Lake

Kirkland's newest microbrewery, FlyCaster Brewing Co., opened its doors for the first time on Friday to capacity crowds serving  up pints of beers to thirsty crowds during their grand opening this past weekend. Located in Totem Lake (12815 NE 124th Street, #I), brewmaster Jeremy Eubanks and his wife Tara have opened a comfortable and inviting taproom with a modern, decor featuring a fireplace, Northwest woods, concrete and steel. The intimate setting is perfect for rubbing elbows with neighbors, talking with the brewmaster and enjoying an ever changing selection of foods from the food trucks which park out front. Like many other microbreweries, FlyCaster focuses on making beer and works with the scores of food trucks in our area to feed their patrons -- a symbiotic relationship which is a big win for customers.


Now serving at FlyCaster Brewing:

  • Bonefish Blonde
  • Hopper Pale Ale
  • Yakima River Red
  • Rocky Ford IPA

The selection of beers will change with the seasons and with Jeremy's imagination and Jeremy is already looking forward to participating in Kirkland Summerfest and Kirkland Oktoberfest.

Be sure to let Jeremy know which beers are your favorites, mine are the amber colored Yakima River Red and the crisp, light Bonefish Blonde which is quite refreshing on a hot day.

The FlyCaster Brewing taproom is located one block off the Cross Kirkland Corridor, across the street from Rairdon Chrysler Dodge Jeep of Kirkland.

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