Recently changes have emerged, associated with how supporters of local beer can get beer delivered to their house and the source might surprise you. Long-since held that beer and delivery were autonomous of each other, comes one of the first of its kind from Zeeks Pizza.
Starting immediately, Zeeks Pizza will not only deliver oven-fresh pizza, salads, and breadsticks but now beer and wine. You heard correctly, alongside an order of Buffalo Soldier, Puget Pounder, or Wood Butcher, you will also be able to enjoy a can of Reuben's Brews Crikey, Pike Hive Five Honey Ale, or Silver City Trop Haze IPA.
Most the beer (and cider) listed below is $1.50, with the exception applied to a few limited-edit beers and those in 16-ounce "tall boy" cans. Prices are listed next to each beer, to better help you decide which beers to order for your first (and we're sure not the last) order.
Breweries from Seattle, WA
- $1.50 Reuben's Brews. Including 12 ounce cans of Crikey IPA, Roasted Rye IPA, Gose, and Pilsner
- $1.50 Fremont Brewing Company. Including 12 ounce cans of Field to Ferment Fresh Hop Ale ($1.75) and Session Pale Ale ($1.50)
- $1.50 Pike Brewing Company. Including 12 ounce cans of Hive Five Honey Ale.
- $1.50 Silver City Brewing Company. Including 12 ounce cans of Tropic Haze IPA and Ridgetop Red
Mount Vernon, WA
- $1.00 Farmstrong Brewing Company. Including 12 ounce cans of Session Pale Ale, Cold Beer, and La Raza Mexican Lager.
- $1.50 Black Raven Brewing Company. Including 12-ounce cans of Coco Jones Coconut Porter
- $1.50 Great Divide Brewing Company. Including 12-ounce cans of Yeti Imperial Stout
- $1.50 Montucky Cold Snacks in 16-ounce "Tall Boy" cans.
- $1.50 GoodLife Brewing Company. Including 12-ounce cans of Sweet As Pacific Ale*
- $2.00 Melvin Brewing. Including 12-ounce cans of 2x4 Double India Pale Ale
Gluten-free Options Include
- $2.00 Ghostfish Brewing. Including their 12-ounce Gluten-free Grapefruit IPA
- $2.00 Rambling Route Cider in 16-ounce "Tall Boy" cans
Finally, those who would prefer wine over hops and apples can order one of the following bottles:
- $20 Saviah Star Meadows Sauvignon Blanc (750ml)
- $20 L'Ecole Grenache Rose (750ml)
- $20 Murray Cabernet Sauvignon (750ml)
To get started, one only needs to order from your desktop, laptop, phone or mobile app. Afterwards, you simply spend no less than $15 (excluding tip) whether it's a six-pack of beer plus pizza, a couple six-packs and some breadsticks, or nothing but beer. There really isn't any rules other than you have to be 21 or older to confirm the delivery and can only purchase the beer, cider or wine currently available as there are no substitutions.
For more information go to http://www.zeekspizza.com to start your order.
Say what you will about surfers, but they’re tapped into some elemental truths about the universe. We’ve been serving real food since before real food was cool. Why’s that? Because one day on the North Shore of Maui our buddy Zeek told us that life is too short for crappy pizza. That was in January of 1993. By September of that year we were delivering pizzas on our urban surfboards from the base of Queen Anne in Seattle.
We founded Zeeks under the simple premise that pizza should be flavorful, not just cheap and fast. Don’t get us wrong; we like fast and reasonably priced, but cheap can suck it. To be driven by flavor, you need to care about things like what kind of flour and cheese you’re using and know where it’s coming from and how it’s handled. You need to do things like chop your herbs fresh every day. You need to wake up early and make dough every morning. You need to hand-toss and make every pizza to order. Your pizza needs to be baked by real humans in real ovens. It needs to get to your table or door before it’s done steaming.
Basically, real food made with real love results in real flavor. Got it?
We do all these things because Zeek was ahead of his time. We know the truth when we hear it, and after talking to Zeek on the beach that day we had no choice but to carry out his vision and name the place after the dude.
It’s been awhile since we’ve seen Zeek. Last we heard he was riding big waves in Indonesia. Zeek burned bright and fast, so our guess is he probably went down like a rock star at some point. But, if you are out there, Zeek, stop by for some rowdy pizza, a pint, and one big-ass royalty check…
-Tom and Doug