Life in Alaska isn’t easy and we like it that way. We work hard, we play hard. What better way to cap off a day than enjoying a hearty meal and a cold Spruce Tip Blonde Ale with friends and family? Skagway Brewing Company is open year-round so that locals and tourists alike can enjoy the extra effort we put into creating something special. You’ll taste the difference in every bite and every sip. Our pledge to sustainability ensures that the ingredients used to cook your meal and craft your beer are fresh and of the highest quality. Food at it’s finest!
Join us for a taste of sustainable frontier living.
skagway brewing company
THE LITTLE THINGS, THERE'S NOTHING BIGGER
We live in Alaska because we treasure fresh air and clean water. We value our time spent in nature and we respect this great land of ours. We carry this over to the food we cook, the beer we brew and the establishments we operate. We carry this over to you, our valued patron. It’s not just a way to conduct business, it’s a way of life and we’re proud of who we are and what we do.
Here at Skagway Brewing, we’re dedicated to carry on the pioneering spirit by bringing you the best possible meal, beer, and overall brewpub experience possible. All the while doing it in a manner that is sustainable. Aeroponics, bio-diesel, locally sourced fish, our bar tops are made from reclaimed lumber and our straws (should you request one) are made of paper. It’s the big things, it’s the little things. It’s lessening our impact on the environment today and for future generations to come.
Skagway is a small town with a year-round population that hovers around 1,000 residents, but our brewpub is one of the largest in the State of Alaska. This is our home. We invite you to come for the beer and stay for a good time. Our Skagway brewery is where the locals hang out and it’s a proud tradition since the infamous Days of ’98.
We invite you to become a part of that history.
Eat tasty food.
Drink good beer.
It’s that simple.
Mike Healy. Skagway Brewening Company Owner
We hear this question every day, and we are proud to say that all of our Salmon and Halibut are responsibly caught in local waters. You’re going to love our housemade beer-battered halibut. The flaky white flesh is perfectly complemented by the crispy coating and fried to perfection. These are the true flavors of Southeast Alaska prepared by chefs that live here.
Where does our fish come from?
At Skagway Brewing Co, the food you eat gets just as much love and attention as the beer. From locally-sourced fresh halibut to every all-beef hamburger patty, you will taste our dedication to homemade quality. Even our tartar sauce and salad dressings are handcrafted in our custom kitchen, ensuring that every menu item is mouth-watering and savory. If you want authentic local Alaskan fare, please join us for lunch or dinner.
We are proud to offer a wide spectrum of culinary offerings, including gluten-free and vegetarian-friendly options. Our menu was crafted with individual tastes in mind, so that everyone in your party can find something delicious and satisfying. Check out our online menu for more details on all of our lunch and dinner offerings.
Belly up to the bar where a friendly barkeep will pour our fresh microbrews directly from holding tank to tap. In addition to our fresh-brewed ales, we offer a full selection of wine, spirits, and hand-crafted cocktails, many made with local spirits. When you live in a small community, supporting local businesses is a priority. We hope it is for you too!
Need a space to host an event? We are able to help with a variety of options to suit all needs.
the pub & outdoor covered beer garden
"Considered by many locals as the best place in town to eat. I have to concur, the food was great service was fast and friendly and it definitely felt like Alaska to me. I fully intend to return on my next trip!"
OMG. I don’t want to call myself a beer expert because I’m far from it. Having said that I have never had such an amazing tasting experience. The Spruce Tip Blonde is by far one of the best beers I’ve ever had, it’s a shame I love in Vancouver because I would be a regular if I was closer.
"Great food Halibut fish N chips with homemade coleslaw and tartar sauce. Also, great homemade soft pretzel with cheese. Root beer made in town, was also great. 👍🏼Service was good attentive and nice. Atmosphere is great friendly. Worth the visit for sure. 👍🏼👍🏼"
Aga R. Ramos