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Local brewery.


Although we're not distributed widely, all of our beers are served at the finest, local restaurants located between Sequim, Port Angeles, Canada and someday, Carlsborg.  We often pour F&L beers at local fund-raisers for non-profit organizations.

Fathom & League was established in 2009. 

Fathom & League Hop Yard Brewery

Finest beers from the edge.

The North Olympic Peninsula, on the edge of the world, is where some of the finest beers in world are brewed from locally grown hops.  Here's the beers we offer.


OPA Olympic Peninsula Ale is our first year-round beer.  It is well-balance Ambery-Orangey-Reddish ale, from about 5.5-6.0% ABV in strength, made from hops grown in my Peninsula Hop Yard. 


Discovery Stout, at 6.5-7.0% ABV, has an abundance of everything--pale and black malts, honey, piney hops--brewed in the spring to celebrate the first beer brewed in the Pacific Northwest by the intrepid mariner-brewers of the HMS Discovery on May 5, 1792.


Mastodon Scotch Ale is unique to Sequim's Happy Valley where discovery of massive bones shook the archeological world.  At 6.5% ABV, it's as big as it sounds--tasting like it crawled out of a peat bog--announcing the onset of the hop harvest season. 


Raingold Pilsner and KrabbenKolsch are brewed as light returns, crabs abound and summer thirsts need quenching.  These are our crisp German Kolsch-Style Ale and Czech-Bohemian lager brews with bright white heads.  Both are about 4.5-5.0 % ABV.  Raingold's hoppiness snaps the heat, while KrabbenKolsch pairs well with local Dungeness Crab, especially at the annual CrabFest. 

Holiday and Specialty Brews are for those good times when beer rules and everybody wins.  Four Leaf Irish-Style Stout is brewed for St. Patrick's Day--a very special day for the F&L family.  Dungeness Dunkel Weizen is a light dark wheat beer of the Bavarian Style.  Capitan Halibut is a Belgian-Style Tripel, sometimes brewed with freshly picked apples--good therapy for what ales you.