At 11:30am on Saturday, October 14, Naked City will unlock its doors for an open-to-close celebration of nine magical years serving the great people of Greenwood, greater Seattle, and beyond. 

Entertainment

12pm - Second Saturday Cinema - Trolls (2016) 

*free all ages matinee screening of the movie Trolls*

6-9pm - 3 Play Ricochet

*free bluegrass concert*

 

Beer List

Standards and Year 'round Beers:

The Spy Who Came In For A Kolsch
Screening Room Red
Pinkerton Porter
Crossfire IPA
Orange Blossom Special IPA
 
Seasonal and One-off Beers:
The Big Lebrewski
Lightnin' (Dry Hop)kins IPA
Easy Island Amber
Belgian Golden Ale
The Fall Guy Strong Smoked Amber
Hundred Acre Hunny Ale
 
Vintage and Barrel-Aged Beers:
2012 Old Proper Whiskey Barrel Aged Barleywine
2015 Geaux Naked Rum Barrel Aged Barleywine
2015 Headless Centaur Rum Barrel Aged Pumpkin Ale
2016 Wine Barrel Aged Sorachi Pale w/Brett
2016 Rum Barrel Aged Apricot Tart
2017 Old #48 Imperial Stout (Cocoa Loco)
 
...and perhaps a few other surprises.
The Details
 

Join us for the launch of Second Saturday Cinema at 12pm with a free, all ages matinee screening of the 2016 animated movie Trolls. Seating will be first-come-first served. Bring the whole family for lunch, delicious beers and root beers, and a funny animated film starring Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake.

Second Saturday Cinema will take place at 12pm on the second Saturday of every month featuring free all ages screenings of great family-friendly films. 

The party continues at 6pm with a free bluegrass concert with 3 Play Ricochet. Stomp your feet as you sip on a rare Naked City beer. 

Head Brewer Don Webb is bringing out all the best beers tucked in the corners for special occasions like this one.

Chef Tessa is preparing some fun Troll-themed food specials for this special day of days. More details to come! 

Come one, come all, to Greenwood's town hall. 

 

The History

Way back in October of 2008, just a few weeks before Barack Obama was first elected President of the United States, a little brewpub on Greenwood Avenue unlocked its doors for the first time.

The Great Recession was in full swing, and the neighborhood had its share of vacant storefronts. 

Over the last nine years, Naked City and Greenwood have grown hand in hand.

With the addition of the Screening Room, and the Walrus beer garden, the Naked City now spans a hundred feet of sidewalk in the midst of a thriving district. 

Through gas explosions and arson fires, and all the good times, Naked City is deeply honored to be your public house.