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Lucky Envelope Brewing


907 NW 50th St, Seattle
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Lucky Envelope always has something for everyone, whether you’re in the mood for a peanut butter stout (our favorite), a raspberry sour, or a two pepper pale ale made with habanero and Japanese shishitos. They also produce small-batch styles like mango lassi IPAs and cucumber gochugaru sours, as well as special beers for Lunar New Year. When it’s nice out, their patio has a lot of fun energy powered by cornhole and food trucks. 

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