Quality Motivates Us.
Creativity Inspires Us.


Monday – 3 pm - 9 pm
Tuesday – 3 pm - 9 pm
Wednesday – 3 pm - 9 pm
Thursday – 3 pm - 9 pm
Friday – 3 pm - 10 pm
Saturday – 12 pm - 9 pm
Sunday – 12 pm - 8 pm


1420 N. State Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
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Our Beer

Always fresh. Always changing.
Updated 11/30/19

On Tap


Double IPA brewed with Simcoe, Comet and El Dorado.
8.4% abv


Barleywine brewed with Marris Otter and boiled for 6 hours, aged in Four Roses Bourbon barrels for 18 months.
14.9% abv

Blend Two

Imperial Stout aged in Buffalo Trace Weller barrels for 9 months. Conditioned on Guatemalan Coffee from our good friends at Onyx Coffee.

blend one

Imperial Stout aged in Weller, and Four Roses bourbon barrels. Conditioned on toasted coconut, and Mexican vanilla.
12.8% abv

Skagit Blend

Saison style ale with Viva Farms raspberries and Bow Hill blueberries.
5.6% abv


Triple IPA hopped with excessive amounts of Citra and Mosaic. MONOLORD.
10.2% abv

Hawkline Monster

Stout conditioned with Guatemalan coffee from our good friends at Onyx, and Madagascar vanilla.
8.4% abv

*guest tap*

Alpenfire traditional heirloom cider
6.9% abv



Session IPA.
$14 per 4-pack


Our small, crisp and crushable Saison.
$14 per 4-pack


Triple IPA hopped with Mosaic, and Citra.
$24 per 4pk. limit 1 case per person


Biere De Miel

Saison style ale fermented with fireweed honey from the North Cascades.
$12 per bottle

Vintage Isolation

Pinot Noir barrel aged Saison bottle conditioned with brett.
$20 per bottle

About us

Our Mission

Our mission is to stay true to our passion for making small, artisanal and authentic batches of beer for our community, friends and family.

Our Passion

To provide our community the highest quality and most innovative beer.

Our Story

The idea for Structures Brewing was conceived in a remote cabin in the Green Mountain National Forest, while working for a large regional brewery in the North East, USA. We are a brewer owned and operated brewery, with a small and empowered team.

From our Blog

April 1, 2017



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