Mischief on Canal is Your Outdoor Dining Destination

At some point during the lockdown—as we worked on making Mischief an even more welcoming destination—we realized the distillery, restaurant, and event space we’ve been building for many years is a safe outdoor getaway. 

It’s an optimal Seattle spot to settle in with a glass of award-winning whiskey and exquisitely constructed bar bites at distanced outdoor tables alongside the Fremont …

Make a Flaming Bourbon Cocktail – The Old Locks

Join Mischief’s Bar Manager James Decker and learn how to make a unique variation on an Old Fashioned with Canal Street Bourbon, spiced up with allspice bitters, sweetened with a walnut liqueur and flaming cinnamon and rosemary.

Recipe:
2 ounces Canal Street Bourbon
1/4 ounce Side Track Nocino Walnut Liqueur
10 drops Addition Bitters – Allspice bitters

For flaming garnish:

Elevate your at-home cocktails: Making a Whiskey Sour

Learn how to make a Classic Whiskey Sour with Mischief on Canal’s bar manager, James Decker using Fremont Mischief’s new Canal Street Bourbon. Only available at Fremont Mischief Distillery.

Whiskey Sour

3/4 ounce fresh lemon juice
3/4 ounce simle syryp
3/4 ounce egg white (or aquafaba*)

2 ounces Canal Street Bourbon

Add lemon, simple, Bourbon and egg white to shaker. …

Elevate your At-Home Cocktails: Make a Mint Julep

Follow along with Mischief on Canal’s bar manger and make a refreshing and easy to make Mint Julep at home with Canal Street Bourbon.

Mint Julep

1/2 oz Simple Syrup
7-10 fresh mint leaves
2 oz Canal Street Bourbon
top with Club Soda

Place simple syrup in shaker. Add 7-10 fresh mint leaves. Gently muddle. Add Bourbon and ice to …

Canal Street Bourbon

New Release September 2020! Tasting Notes:

Predominantly toasted nut flavor, with light caramel, vanilla and a lingering note of fresh oak

 Distillers Notes:

Bourbon originated in the southern states but it’s a big country and we say “go west” where the land is lush, the sea air clean, and the grain is grown sustainably on small family farms.
Like its …

Mischief on Canal’s John Wahlke is all about the details—and the joy—of food

Chef John Wahlke

John Wahlke goes camping every weekend and brings forest delicacies back to our kitchen—nettles, spruce tips, fiddleheads, and sometimes huckleberries. There are bursts of oyster, deer, chanterelle, and lobster mushrooms, too. And morels. John knows where to find them all.

Yet foraging is just a tiny part of this inherently joyful chef’s raison d’être. He’s in …

Now Taking RESERVATIONS for our Rooftop Garden

Join us in our rooftop cocktail garden, or in the Canal Room, overlooking the canal with plenty of open-air breezes and shade umbrellas. We have limited seating to ensure everyone’s health, so reservations are highly encouraged.

Make a Reservation

Enjoy Mischief’s award winning spirits in a Craft Cocktail

Experience a flight of Manhattans and compare a rye forward classic with …

Help us build a Mountain of Food

Food donations are down by 80% while demand surges higher than ever. 

Join the Fremont Community Food Drive and receive a FREE personal-sized Hand & Surface Sanitizer. Here’s how you can help:

Bring your food donation to:
Fremont Mischief Distillery
127 N 35th Street
11am to 6 pm daily thru May 27th.

Help Us Reach the Summit Today!

Donate Money…

Hand & Surface Sanitizer for Staff & Customers

Fremont Mischief Distillery has Hand & Surface Sanitizer in stock. If you are preparing to re-open for returning employees & customers, 

Mischief sanitizer destroys the Corvid virus and sanitizes:

  • work stations and other work surfaces
  • hands when employees leave & return
  • After visitors enter a work space

We have ample Sanitizer ready to meet your needs.

Mischief makes our sanitizer according …