SEATTLE — Love beer? Love bikes? At Wheelie Pop Brewing, you're at the right place.
Wheelie Pop is the brainchild of friends Jeremy and Mark who bonded over motorcycles and brewing. Now, they own a Ballard brewery that shows Formula 1 races on Sundays.
It's named Wheelie Pop because Jeremy and Mark's sons called wheelies "wheel pops" in preschool — as such, this is a dog and kid-friendly location. And because this brewery is owned by two wheel-heads, expect some of the beers to be named after racing-adjacent things: like their Bench Racer IPA, named for those people who think they know more about racing than the racers do.
Wheelie Pop's taps are always rotating — they make a collection of IPAs, Lagers, and anything else that floats their boat.
They also put on their frequent Pints for Purpose nights. Their April 27th Pints for Purpose supports Childhaven and goes from 3-10 p.m.