Obviously, to make economic sense, a pub or restaurant has to empty or sell enough out of a keg withing a certain freshness window, or they're not going to carry it long. Sometimes that need can be met through sheer volume of beer sold/handles pulled (e.g., Brouwer's, Fred's Rivertown Alehouse, etc.), or some national or ethnic focus (e.g., Proust, George & Dragon).
This post is intended to collate info on where to find excellent draft beer that is not on every distributor's list . For example, where could I find Czechovar on tap, or Lindeman's Pech Lambic.
Totally open as to trying anything that is a favorite of yours, but to try, you have to find. So what is your fav and where do I find it in Seattle?
[Please, Mods, leave this one alone here, rather than exile it to Beer?]