This is our favorite day trip. The course is pretty nice, but can get busy. Some of the driving ranges cross each other, but overall a fun course. The beer is near the top of our list. They are about 8 miles apart.
Elliot Bay (Burien). About a mile and a half from the course. Excellent beer, and a good menu. Very original recipes (a Hefeweizen with hops?). Perfect after getting brutalized at Seatac. http://www.elliottbaybrewing.com/burien/
For the course, bring a map or a local guide. This is the course that got me hooked on hucking.
Sedro Wooley DGC
Long and wide course with 6 artistic baskets (made out of a grill, or random car parts). Absolutely the most beautiful course I've ever been to. On rolling farmland with lots of blackberry bush traps. Lost one disc, and couldn't even get within 30 feet of it. http://pdga.com/course/courses_by_city.php?id=2813
Skagit River Brewing (Mount Vernon, WA)
The Scullers IPA is tasty, and brewpub has a great, almost old western atmosphere. About 14 miles south of the course, so it is right on the way home if you came from the south (just off I-5) http://www.skagitbrew.com/index.asp?Page=home
Last fall I drove from Birmingham Alabama to Seattle Wa and back. This country is full of good courses near disc golf courses. Witchata Ks was a good start. Hayes Kansas was a very fun suprise for disc golf and micro brews. I highly recommend. Denver is full of both. Seattle is a pleasure for both as is Portland. Humbolt Co Cal has good both and flagstaff was good as well.
18 baskets are on the brewery's property and will challange you while you drink!!
The course is open to the public but always support the brewery in the gift shop,
with cold Micro and cool stamps on the disc's they have.
Out of Cloverdale whichs is on Hwy 101, take the Boonville exit and the drive is zenlike to the valley of Boonville which is about an hour out of the town of Cloverdale, or go online and Google the Brewery in California.