We're open 7 days a week until midnight!
Home Delivery: 12-3pm | THURSDAYS
We have indoor and outdoor seating and our patio is covered and heated. All seating is first come, first serve. Dogs and kids are welcome! We don't have food, but you are always welcome to bring your own - grab take out from one of 20+ surrounding restaurants!
We are now a NON-TIPPING taproom. We believe employees should make a livable, equitable, and consistent wage. Our no-tip, tax-included pricing allows our small-business to compensate fairly and simply.
WE HAVE CANS TO GO!
Did you know we have 4-packs to go? Don't be stuck without beer at home! We generally have 10+ different varieties available in the can so you're sure to find something you love!
Enjoy our heated and covered deck!
Golden Strong 9%
Finnriver Cider 6.5%
Head Cider 7.3%
Flying Lion Events
Monday Night Run Club
Meet at Flying Lion Brewing every Monday at 6pm for a 5 mile run (there is also a 5k option) at whatever pace you fancy. The course was designed to resemble the profile of FLB's logo. Enjoy the lion's nose/mane through area parks and climb "The Wing" back to the neighborhood streets.
Co-sponsored by FLB and the Seattle Running Club.
Hop Mob Hop Friendzy!
Date: Sunday, February 5, 2023 - Sunday, February 5, 2023|12:00PM - 12:00AM
Location: Flying Lion Brewing
Calling all Hop Heads! Join us on Sunday, 2/5, for a Hop Friendzy! We're excited to celebrate WA Hop Mob with IPAs from Seattle and beyond! We'll be releasing our Troppy & Fruitical Hazy IPA along with Hop Mob IPAs from our friends at Bickersons Brewhouse, Wheelie Pop Brewing, Ladd & Lass Brewing, and Wandering Hop Brewing. Come on over, get a flight and enjoy the hops!
The 4 Hop Mob beers on tap will be:
The Iceman Cold IPA (Bickersons Brewhouse/Wheelie Pop Brewing Collaboration)
Free Agent Hazy IPA (Ladd & Lass Brewing)
Troppy and Fruitical Hazy IPA (Flying Lion Brewing)
Modern Throwback NW IPA (Wandering Hop Brewing)
The goal of Washington Hop Mob is to celebrate the state’s vibrant brewing community. Beyond the beer, Hop Mob is a celebration of hops and the relationship between hop farmers and brewers. It’s a bond that is particularly strong here in the Pacific Northwest. Today, Washington is home to over 400 breweries and some of America’s very first craft breweries were Washington breweries. Hops are more than an ingredient, they’re a way of life in WA. The Yakima Valley produces between 70 and 80 percent of the nation’s hop crop each year, and about 25 percent of the world’s annual hop crop.