The Taproom


Scenic Historic Location

Located in the 100 year old Mill Warehouse building at Tacoma’s historic Narrows Marina, Narrows Brewing Company’s taproom is not only about craft beer, it’s a destination. Looking out upon Tacoma’s iconic Narrows Bridges and the scenic Puget Sound, enjoy an elevated pint of fine-crafted suds with these breathtaking views.

A tribute to Tacoma’s rich, maritime culture, the Narrows Brewing taproom is a preservation of Tacoma history. With large, vintage photos of historic Tacoma gracing the taproom walls and a 55-foot bar made from salvaged boards recycled from the original Day Island Trestle Bridge, the Narrows Brewing taproom is a tangible testament to Tacoma’s rich and vibrant history.


With available seating for up to 150 patrons, Narrows Brewing Company’s taproom is the perfect destination for any small or large size group looking to enjoy locally crafted beers in a beautiful setting.

The taproom consists of three rooms: the main taproom which looks out across the Puget Sound, the back room which features a large high-definition television screen and dart boards (for your entertainment needs), and a smaller room for overflow seating.

You can watch head brewer Matt Rhodes create the next Neighborhood beer, or craft the next Bridge To Tomorrow IPA through the large glass windows that separate the tap room from the brew house.

Arrive by Sea

Located at the Narrows Marina, you can visit our nautical friendly brewery and taproom by land or by sea. With plenty of guest docking available just down the ramp, Narrows Brewing Company’s taproom is the perfect destination for any beer-thirsty boater.

Taproom Rental

Want to host your next event at Narrows Brewing’s taproom? What better way to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, retirement party, celebration of life, hail and farewell or reception than within the rustic walls of this enchanting establishment. For more information on hosting private events at the taproom, click here.

What’s the deal on food?

Narrows Brewing does not have an in-house kitchen, but encourages guests to bring in outside food from neighboring Boathouse 19 restaurant – located only 35 steps outside the taproom – or any of your other local establishments. Ask for our binder of local food venues at the taproom.

Note: To enter the taproom you must be 21 years old or older.


You must be 21 and over to enter our website and taproom.

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