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Our new bottle shop opened this week ~ now customers can pick up specialty ciders to go! 
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Free to play! Weekly Quiz night! 
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Tonight!
Join Only Trio Idiovoid for an evening of Celebration, Musik, Movement, Artistry, Masquerade and Merriment

(and of course, food and cider!)

Tuesday, April 1st, 8 pm – midnight

$5 suggested donation
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Our 'Apples Get Paired' event in Eater Seattle:
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It's Capitol Hill Arts Walk in Seattle tonight! Like every 2nd Thursday, we welcome a Gage Academy instructor to help you learn how to figure-draw - along with a live model! You provide the umph, we provide the cider! 
Welcome to Drink & Draw! 
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Drink & Draw is tonight! 
Come in and practice/learn figure drawing from a Gage Academy teacher & a live model!  #free #cider #art #artwalk #Seattle   #capitolhill  
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+KEXP  suggests! - after the Town Hall Scratch Night show, come on up to Capitol Cider for more music!
At KEXP, we love us some Tomo Nakayama — Grand Hallway frontman, member of local acts Gold Leaves, Sera Cahoone and The Maldives, Seattle Rock Orchestra c
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A great write up for Pepper & Rye - a gluten free food and lifestyle blog - of our very first Apples Get Paired! 
It was a wildly successful event and we can't wait for the next one!
Staff practicing before the big night. Salad of Thistles by Matthew Woolen ~ The Old Sage burdock root amazake, roasted burdock root, artichokes, crispy cardoon, sunflower Foie Gras by Kyl Haselbauer ~ Noyer anise, parsnip, rhubarb Sablefish by Aaron Wilcenski ~ Tilth lardo, root vegetable terrine, red wine apple puree, chive apple condiment Beef Tongue by Dezi Bonow ~ Palace Kitchen cured & smoked beef tongue, egg yolk mustard,...
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Way into this: 
Andy Brennan of Aaron Burr Cidery gives us his impassioned thoughts on making cider from foraged, uncultivated apples.
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Menu and Cider pairing details have been announced! 
Only a few more spots are left.
6 local chefs, 6 amazing gluten free courses, paired with 6 wonderful ciders!
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Announcing the 1st Pacific Northwest Cider Awards - to be judged at our place! (save the date, it's not til June!)
Since 2007, Joel VandenBrink has been a very busy man.  That's when he first launched Two Beers Brewing Company in a small 170 square foot space in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood.  Six years later,...
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818 E Pike St Seattle, WA 98122, United States
818 East Pike StreetUSWashingtonSeattle98122
(206) 397-3564capitolcider.com
$$Restaurant, Gluten-Free Restaurant
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Gluten-Free Restaurant
Live Music Venue
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Today 4:00 pm – 2:00 am
Monday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 10:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 10:00 am – 2:00 am
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100% gluten free menu. Located in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, Capitol Cider is a restaurant, bar and bottleshop that offers one of the country’s largest selections of hard ciders on tap and in bottles. Capitol Cider also offers an entirely gluten-free menu. The frequently-changing 30-handle tap is split between 20 ciders and 10 beers, and the cider bottle list includes more than 100 selections from Washington state, Montana, Oregon, California, British Columbia, England, France and Spain. Capitol Cider’s downstairs bar—The Ballast Bar—has a capacity of 190 and feeds all the senses with terrific food and drink, live music, art, board games, shuffleboard and a 91” big screen for the big games and current events.
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Bi-level tavern with a vintage vibe, numerous hard ciders on tap, a gluten-free menu & games.- Google
"Wonderful gluten free kitchen."
"Nice atmosphere - higher-end pub grub."
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Trina D.
8 months ago
A gastropub with just ciders on tap?! Why don't they have these back home? I'd be a loyal patron. Capitol Cider has some amazing ciders on tap. I tried the d's Wicked Baked Apple cider and it rocked my world. I want some of it now. It tastes like drinking unfiltered fresh apple cider and that's really amazing. The food we ordered was just ok. I ordered a green salad and we shared the cheese plate. They are GLUTEN-FREE! Service was great and the place was poppin' on a Saturday night. Great place if you're a fan of alcoholic cider.
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Melissa Refuerzo
a month ago
Fun atmosphere, delicious drinks, okay service
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Jason Moehrle
a year ago
For what it is, a gluten-free cider bar/restaurant, it does indeed do. I personally am not worried about being gluten free, but I was super excited about the idea of a "Cider Bar". I wanted to try ciders I've never had before. I wanted to fruity, tart, berry'y, or whatever other styles that I had not heard of. I was hoping to be educated about this world I knew not much of. It's for this reason, I was left with a "meh" feeling. I also made the mistake of going here on a Friday, so your experience may vary, but the bartenders didn't seem to be very knowledgable of the styles. There was an impressive amount of ciders to choose from (11?) but they were kinda pricey considering they were on tap, and in fact most of the can or bottles were cheaper. Of the four new (to me) ciders I tried, I didn't find one that made me think "Oh man, I'm so glad I came here for this". As I sat at the bar, I couldn't help but notice that their booze collection was much larger than the cider and beer combined. Also, I noticed that most people were in fact ordering cocktails with said booze. To be honest, it really bummed me out. If it was a slower non-friday, and my friends reeaaally wanted Cider, I might be tempted to go back and give it another shot. But in all honesty, I'd probably head to the World Of Beer down the street. I've already and better ciders there.
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Brian Melton
5 months ago
Nice atmosphere - higher-end pub grub.
Kay Sanderson
2 months ago
Great food! Wonderful gluten free kitchen
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jeff versoi
8 months ago
Beautiful bar with some beautiful bartenders and beautiful craft beer selections. Highly recommend tasting each and every one. Tasting the beer wouldn't be bad either
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Aaron Gurtler
3 months ago
expensive, small servings; with odd and slow service, and a waitress who didn't really know much about the beverages or food there. overall I can't endorse the restaurant, especially since I was so excited to go there.
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Travis Briggs
12 months ago
Great selection of cider and other drinks for those not Cider inclined, the downstairs had a good vibe, our bartender was very attentive and funny. We had the steamed mussels with fries and they were good. The price point was appropriate on every item we had.