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Looking to find craft and specialty beers in Tacoma? Pint Defiance is your source for great beer in Tacoma, University Place and Fircrest.
Pint Defiance offers a wide variety of specialty, hard to find beers in the bottle and on tap. With 16 cooler doors, you have 50 feet of beers, meads and ciders to explore.
Experience the subtle airs of Belgium’s Trappist or Lambic brews, discover the dark depths of regional stouts and porters, or scale the heights of the Northwest's biggest IPAs.
The beer selection at Pint Defiance is carefully curated and rotated regularly so you will always find new and interesting beer choices. Check out our Twitter feed to find out more.
Pint Defiance, a Tacoma specialty bottle shop and tap room.
Pint Defiance offers 10 taps and a comfortable bar area to have a pint or fill a growler. The selection of beers on tap at Pint Defiance changes regularly. Our Twitter feed and Facebook page will keep you up to date. You can enjoy a glass at the bar or while browsing our bottled beer selection.
Not sure what to choose? The friendly, knowledgeable staff at Pint Defiance are beer enthusiasts and happy to guide your choice or answer beer questions.
Find Pint Defiance here. We are at the border of Tacoma, Fircrest and University Place. We are also close to the Narrows Bridge. Come visit us today. We look forward to seeing you.
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