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The San Francisco Brewers Guild invites you to join us for another edition of Brews on the Bay, Saturday, September 17, from 12-5pm.
Enjoy over 60 different beers from San Francisco breweries while soaking up the salty air, sunshine, live music, food and spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and San Francisco. It’s one of the most memorable and unique beer festivals in the country.
You can expect our member breweries to serve unlimited eight-ounce pours of their latest and greatest IPA, farmhouse ale, session beer, barrel-aged sour, imperial stout, and many other beer styles. The brewers will also be on hand to serve beer and answer questions.
In addition to the local beer, we'll have local music to keep you hummin' and local food from San Francisco’s best food trucks and carts available for purchase to keep you fully satisfied. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for the latest updates.
This is our twelfth year aboard the S.S. Jeremiah O’Brien, an historic landmark from the World War II Merchant Marine era. A portion of festival proceeds will benefit the National Liberty Ship Memorial.
This 2016 installment of Brews on the Bay will be our biggest and best yet, so we hope you can join us!
Kilowatt / 101 North Collaboration Beer
Brewed with Blue Agave Nectar and an experimental single hop, ADHA 484.
Celebrate the right to be original.
Blah Blah Blah Double IPA--brewed with 9 hop varietals.
Our newest beer to be release in March. Blood Orange Brew Free! or Die IPA. Brewed with real blood oranges with a base of Brew Free or Die IPA. We added some additional citra hops to compliment the oranges.
El Sully Mexican Style Lager #itsalwayscincosomewhere
Barrel Aged Baby Horse--Belgian Quad
The standard Idaho #7 hop flavor shines with pine, stone fruit, and predominantly herbal character. Tea-like, some citrus, floral and peach or white grape aroma. This 7% ABV beer is surprisingly drinkable with the addition of crystal 20 malt to round the flavor out just enough.
Pairings: Lemon Smiles Girl Scout Cookies
Traditionally brewed to complement the brisk temperatures of Scotland, the Scottish strong ale is packed full of malt, making its consumption effortless. The residual sweetness is derived from its extremely low IBU's, and we at AIBC like to refer to it as the antithesis of the IPA.
Pairings: Thin Mints Girl Scout Cookies
Traditionally brewed around Louisville, Kentucky, this dark cream ale should be enjoyed fresh. A little rye, a little dark malt, and a generous amount of corn make this easy to drink with lots of flavor.
Pairings: Tagalong Girl Scout Cookie
We brewed this base beer for this creation in celebration of our newest brewery employees - two cats named Amber & Porter. It's a chocolate, smooth creation with lots to love. Time + bourbon barrels + coconut are never a bad com
Pairings: Chocolate chips, caramel cookies.
Here is our obligatory, mega hop-bomb just for San Francisco Beer Week! Huge, bold, fresh. What else could you want?
Pairings: More hops.
This is a collaboration with Mission Trail Cider Co - a lactic forward, sour wheat beer blended with barrel aged nectarine lees and nectarine cake. We used two unique ingredients, both lees and cake in this beer. Lees is the awesome yeast that dropped out of nectarine cider and cake is the residual macerated nectarine fruit in the Mission Trail Cider Co barrels.
Pairings: Garden salad featuring any seasonal stone fruit.
Gin-influenced raw ale featuring similar botanicals to what you find in your favorite gin: bay, rosemary cardamon, juniper, and no hops are added during production. The beer is "raw" because it is not boiled, a crazy departure from modern brewing techniques.
Pairings: Pairs well with goat brie cheese, fish and chips with garlic tartar sauce, and of course Pâté.
Produces seasonal artisan ales in San Francisco using local fruits and vegetables in barrels. Describes beers, a blog, where to purchase, and upcoming events.
Dry-hopped sour blonde ale with blackberries & blueberries. Collaboration with Stillwater Artisanal.
Pairings: Pork Rillette
Imperial Stout brewed with Sightglass coffee, cocoa nibs, vanilla beans, chili flakes and sea salt
Pairings: Texas Style BBQ Brisket
Unfiltered Double IPA brewed with Citra, Mosaic & Galaxy hops
Pairings: Fiscalini Cheddar
Imperial sour red ale aged in wine barrels with red wine grapes, raspberries & vanilla beans
Pairings: Chocolate Cake
Imperial sour blonde ale aged in wine barrels with white wine grapes & apricots
Pairings: Belgian-style steamed mussels
Double dry-hopped steam beer with Simcoe & Motueka. Collaboration with Sudwerk Brewing.
Pairings: Local Oysters
Mixed fermentation saison aged in oak barrels with nectarines, vanilla, maple, ginger, cinnamon and coriander
Pairings: Nectarine Cobbler
Mixed fermentation saison aged in oak barrels and dry-hopped.
Pairings: Red Hawk Triple Cream Cheese
Sour blonde ale aged in wine barrels with apricots & strawberries.
Pairings: Seared Duck Breast
Tropical aroma and flavor, light body and dry finish. Simcoe, Citra and Nelson make up the hop bill.
Pairings: Burger and fries.
Imperial Stout aged in Brandy barrels for one year.
Triple IPA triple dry hopped with 6.5 pounds of hops per barrel. Mosaic, Citra, Amarillo and Simcoe make up the hop bill.
Pairings: Fish n' Chips
Oatmeal Stout bursting with chocolate and coconut flavors.
Pairings: Vanilla Ice Cream
American Sour Ale aged on persimmons
Our take on the Berliner Weisse, the Belmonter has an addition of 25 pounds of strawberries per barrel.
Pairings: Angel food cake
Collaboration with Revision Brewing Co. Wheat/Oat IPA featuring Nelson, Galaxy, and Simcoe hops.
Pairings: chicken fingers and tater tots
American IPA featuring Mosaic and Simcoe hops
Pairings: Al Pastor Tacos
A finger to the NE style hazy IPA trend. Super juicy, flavorful, hoppy, pillowy soft bitterness, in your face IIPA. 100% 2-row 100% mosaic hops
Pairings: Grilled wild halibut with mango/pineapple chutney
Our once a year released IIIPA, loaded with Citra and Centennial hops.
Pairings: Tomahawk Rib Eye with Gouda mac and cheese
An American Malt Liquor brewed with a blend of two row & six row malts, flaked maize, and corn sugar. Result is a crisp, clean and slightly sweet high gravity lager that hasn't been aged in a clear bottle for months on end. Try a fresh, craft version of a style we all may have mixed feelings about from our youth; it's delicious!
We employ a unique, fast souring process to these "kettle soured" ales that adds a rich, clean acidity which sets the stage to allow different fruits to shine. In "punch" (as it's referred to in the brewpub), we add passion fruit, orange zest, and guava to simulate the flavor and aroma of POG Juice (or Hawaiian Punch). There's an pleasant tartness and zesty effervescence that makes this beer literally taste like juice. Those who enjoy sour beers, or have any open mind to understand what the limits of beer can be, will thoroughly enjoy this beer.
Double IPA brewed in collaboration with Amplified Ale Works. Fermented with a unique yeast strain that produces tropical-fruity flavors and aromas, complementing an arsenal of Mosaic, El Dorado & Nelson hops.
Collaboration with Cellarmaker, a West Coast IPA brewed with cryogenic lupulin hop powder. Bright citrus & exotic fruity notes courtesy of Mosaic, Citra & Galaxy hops with a crisp, refreshing finish.
Anchor Brewing Company’s roots date back to the California Gold Rush making it one of America’s oldest breweries. Its flagship Anchor Steam® Beer is San Francisco’s original since 1896. An undisputed icon, Anchor is America’s first craft brewery where beers are handmade in a traditional copper brewhouse from an all-malt mash. Anchor practices the time-honored art of classical brewing, employing state-of-the-art methods with carefully applied modern techniques to ensure that every beer is always pure and fresh.
San Francisco’s famous Anchor Steam® Beer is unique, for our brewing process has evolved over many decades and is like no other in the world. To give this classic beer a radically traditional twist, we created Anchor Dry-Hopped Steam Beer™. Made with its own special recipe, this brew is dry-hopped with a blend of new and traditional hops. The result weds the rich maltiness of Anchor Steam with the alluring fragrant hoppiness of our ales.
Pairings: Kung Pow shrimp, BBQ chicken, peach pie
We are excited to present our refreshingly unique craft-brew, Anchor’s Mango Wheat™; an ale made with sunripened mangoes. Mangoes (Mangifera indica) are native to southern Asia, but Californians have enjoyed fresh mangoes since the 1850s. In 1857, Wide West reported that the mango “is at once the richest and most delicate of all fruits, and all other fruits are comparatively insipid beside its intensity of taste. There is something in it which is nothing less than voluptuous.” Anchor’s Mango Wheat is a crisply refreshing, effervescent, golden ale that highlights the delectable character of this singular fruit: Brightness without sharpness, fullness of flavor without heaviness, tropical aroma without pungency, and complexity without cacophony.
Pairings: Coconut shrimp, papaya salad, sweet glazed BBQ
Anchor Brewing’s latest barrel aged release is a marriage between two classics – maybe more like friends with benefits, but you get the picture. We aged our Old Foghorn Barleywine in freshly emptied Old Potrero Rye Whiskey Barrels for one year to make a beautifully aged Barleywine with a subtle rye whiskey bite. This is a big beer that just got bigger by all that time in the barrel. The color of the beer is deep mahogany and it pours with a frothy, creamy light brown head that laces perfectly on your favorite snifter glass. The aroma is reminiscent of whiskey barrels, fine cigars & riverboat gambling. The taste is velvety smooth, thick with caramelized malty sweetness, and has a gentle slow build towards a slightly chocolaty, roasty finish. Notes of cooked fruit [think grilled peaches and grandma’s jam] and lightly charred wood linger in the background as well.
Pairings: Maytag blue cheese drizzled with California honey
Blackberry Daze IPA™ is a synergistic union of blackberries and hops. It gets its hop bitterness and some of its hop aroma in the brewhouse. Most of the action, however, is in the cellar, where the fruit is added during secondary fermentation. A special blend of loamy, herbaceous hops for dry-hopping complements the brightness and deep complexity of the blackberries. The result is a funky synthesis of rich earth and ripe fruit, hop bitterness and blackberry tartness, with alluring color and aromas up front, sublimely intense flavors, and a refreshingly dryish finish.
Pairings: Pulled pork, blue cheese, berry tart
Liberty IPA™ is our reimagining of craft-brew classic Liberty Ale®, envisioned through the lens of today’s IPAs. We first brewed Liberty Ale in 1975, to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Paul Revere’s midnight ride. This revolutionary forerunner of the modern IPA introduced America to the Cascade hop and the nearly lost art of dry-hopping. Like its predecessor, Liberty IPA is made with two-row pale malt and Cascade hops. It is the combination of Cascade with new hop varieties that creates the mouthwateringly complex and robust aromas of pine and citrus in this crisp, American-style IPA.
Pairings: Mole turkey tacos, tom gha kai soup, fried chicken
Rich, crystal malts give this beer a deep copper hue and contribute a slight caramel sweetness while the herbal, spicy bitterness from carefully selected whole-cone hops impart a crisp, clean finish. Hints of sun toasted grain, toffee, and fruity esters compliment the mellow, noble hop aroma.
Pairings: Romano, Onion Rings, Roasted Chicken, Pasta Bolognese, Poached Pears, A great day
Based on the Flemish classic (Oud Bruin) this very complex beer has many flavor facets. Brewed using redwood tips and the rare New Zealand Nelson Sauvin hop, this lively red ale is aged in a variety of wine and spirit barrels before blending. The final blend also includes a small amount of our Grand Cru (a blend of both Brother David’s Belgian ales aged in wine barrels). The resulting beer is very complex medium-bodied beer with a vinous character from the wine barrels and spicy notes from both the redwood tips and the Nelson Sauvin hops. Combined with a light sourness from the bacterial fermentation, these myriad flavors are underlined by a smooth, round Belgian character from the Grand Cru – an extremely complex yet very drinkable beer. Barrels Used: Various wine and spirit barrels. Yeast or Bacteria Used: House yeast, Pediococcus. Time Aged: 18 months-2yrs
Pairings: Camembert, Rich Beef Stew, Pan-Seared Duck, Your taste buds!
Bright golden yellow color and aromas of rich tropical fruit, passion fruit with a hint of citrus. Pale, pilsner, and midnight wheat give it a solid malt character while Chinook, Citra, and Amarillo hops impart flavors of ripe tropical fruit, peach and apricot leading to a clean hoppy finish.
Pairings: Sharp Cheddar, Roquefort, Grilled lamb, an empty glass
Brewed to emulate the flavors of a "classic cocktail," the base recipe is Holy Gose, but we add the botanicals (lemon peel, juniper, cinchona bark, grains of paradise, lemongrass) at knockout (when the boil ends) and run it through the hop back (to remove any excess botanicals) before it goes to the fermentor. We add cucumber and salt and let it finish fermentation before heading to the brite and packaging. This beer came about after some discussions about beer cocktails and barrel aged gins - we wanted to see if we could create a “beer cocktail” with only beer but that had a “cocktail” like flavor. Bitter lemon peel, salty citrus, slightly herbal with a lemon-lime tartness and slightly peppery finish, it showcases botanical flavors and aromas of lemon peel, juniper, lemongrass, and grains of paradise.
Pairings: Herb-Crusted Goat Cheese, Grilled Chicken or Fish, Salads, A night out with friends
True to its Boontling moniker, “Huge Arker” is a massive force of nature that detonates on your tongue. After primary fermentation, the beer is aged in Wild Turkey® Bourbon barrels until it fully matures. The deep mahogany color is evocative of the opulence to follow. Dark luscious aromas of burnished oak mingle with candy sugar, bourbon and hearth-baked bread. The luxurious flavors redolent of honey and molasses are intertwined with the richness of dark chocolate and the ardent warmth of alcohol, underpinned with hints of coffee, vanilla and dark fruits.
Pairings: Bleu Cheeses, Aged Gouda, Smoked Goose, Chocolate Truffles, A warm fireside on a cold night
Our most award winning beer, Gold Country Pilsner is brewed as a traditional American-style Pilsner - a popular beer enjoyed by early settlers in our region. Our Pilsner is pale in color, has brilliant clarity and a soft white head. The subtle up front biscuit flavor balances well with the delicate hops that contribute to this beer's dry, snappy finish. Brewer’s Notes: A touch of maize lends a subtle sweetness and light body. Awards: 2013 GABF ~ American-Style or International-Style Pilsner, Bronze; 2012 GABF ~ American-Style or International-Style Pilsner, Gold; 2010 GABF ~ American-Style or International-Style Pilsner, Bronze
Pairings: Shanghai Lettuce Wraps, Pesto Chicken Sandwich, Citrus salads
GOLD DIGGER IPA Pale and crystal malts provide the backbone and golden hue, while Summit, Simcoe & Chinook hops do the dancing on your tongue. Late hop additions to the kettle and dry hopping in the fermenter give our India Pale Ale both hop aroma and flavor worth diggin' for! Awards: Bistro IPA Festival 2016 - Silver; California State Fair 2009 - Gold; Bistro IPA Festival 2008 - Bronze
Pairings: Black 'n Bleu Burger, Alehouse Burger, Jambalaya, Pulled Pork Sandwich, Mac 'n Cheese
Imperial Porter aged in four Roses Barrels.
Pairings: BBQ ribs, Pulled pork, Bread pudding
ZZ Hop triple IPA was brewed as a tribute to a true hop fanatic who is known in these parts as “The Hop Hunter”. The elusive bearded Sierra Hop Hunter can be found in the mountainous regions of Northern California. While not officially nocturnal, he prefers to hunt hops in low light conditions for extended periods of time. Triple the hop iSOBERization from three different forms of Chinook, Centennial and Amarillo hops. An intense floral and piney aroma with an explosion of hop flavor quickly turn to sharp bitterness followed by a brief encounter with malted barley. One sip will make your tongue feel like a hop oil spill has occurred just past your lips.
Pairings: Spicy dishes
Using the Prickly Pear fruit blooming from wild cactus plants precariously perched from the cliffs overlooking our brewery, we have created a hazy, New-England style Triple IPA, as dangerously delicious as the journey up the cliffs required to reach the precious fruit.
Pairings: A couch.
_Brewed especially for our friends at EPIC on the Embarcadero, this west coast IPA was brewed without bittering hops, just a massive late-injection of flavor, aroma, and dry hops. The result is a hugely aromatic IPA without the bitterness typical of an IPA, perfectly paired with cuisine. Bitterness be gone!_
Pairings: An Epic Steak
Our multi-award winning milk stout blended with cold brewed coffee from local roaster Paramo. Integrated perfectly, it’s hard to tell where the coffee and stout begin & end.
Using Orange Blossom Honey, California's natural aphrodisiac, our head brewer (and resident beekeeper), whipped up this sparkling delight -- a low-gluten honey ale for every occasion.
Pairings: Anything Gluten Free
The Winner of our Muir Woods contest! This is like a citrus-laced pine cone, bursting with notes of pine needles and oranges. Rye malts add liberating spiciness both complex and refreshing.
Pairings: A tree
Our Super-Session (low alcohol, huge aroma) IPA Series is now winterized! Brewed with an insane amount of Mosaic dankness and a touch of Oats for a hearty mouthfeel, Subby is the perfect companion for winter submarine diving sessions.
Pairings: A weed wacker
We brew innovative beer, serve high quality spirits & cook exquisite pub food. Everything is hand crafted here. The food. The beer. Even the door handle
SituatedAMid the hustle and bustle of San Francisco’s Union Square Shopping District at 242 O’Farrell Street, Bartlett Hall is a gathering place for all. With a menu of approach-ably elevated pub fare served alongside craft cocktails and house-brewed beers, we are bringing back the idea of community by providing a truly unique, San Francisco experience for locals and visitors alike. Our vision for our house-brewed beer is one in the same-a commitment to crafting beers for everyone.
The Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant offers authentic American cuisine, hand-crafted beer and a full bar every night. Located where Golden Gate Park meets the Pacific Ocean, join us and find out why the Beach Chalet is your kind of place.
A special one-off release for our 20th Anniversary brewed with Two-row malted barley, Crystal 40 and Carapils malt, kettle hopped with Columbus, Centennial, Simcoe and Mosaic, dry-hopped with Mosaic and Simcoe and aged with American oak chips, and fermented with American Ale yeast.
Pairings: Blue cheese
Dark, chocolatey Oatmeal Stout brewed with Two-row malted barley, Flaked oats, Roasted Barley and Chocolate malt, hopped with Chinook and UK Goldings, and fermented with English Ale yeast.
Pairings: Chocolate cake
Strong, dark-amber, German-style Bock brewed with Pilsner, Munich, Crystal 60 and Blackprinz malt, hopped with German Tettnang and Hallertau.
Pairings: Grilled steak, hamburger
Light, crisp American Golden Ale brewed with Two-row malted barley and Dextrapils, hopped with German Merkur, Tettnang and Spalt, and cool-fermented with American Ale yeast.
Pairings: Fish and chips
Café Racer 15™ features aromas of bright citrus and resinous pine from the generous use of Citra, Amarillo, Cascade and Chinook hops which are complimented by a dry malt finish. The result is a high revving Double IPA that is loud and assertive, much like the rebellious street racers who inspired it. Never ride alone…
Pairings: Spicy foods, savory dishes
This English Estate October Ale is brewed with 10% raw wheat and 10% split peas. Fermented with our house Scottish ale yeast and barrel aged for 100 days in 1st beer use French Oak barrels.
Pairings: Rich and hearty dishes, split pea soup
Hop Shovel is dry, but with a soft and rounded mouthfeel achieved by using a high proportion of wheat and rye. Hop varieties Mosaic, Meridian, and Denali provide an abundance of flavor and aroma.
Pairings: Spicy Foods, Burgers, Barbecue, Roasted Veggies
Our Global Kolsch™ refermented with 10% Pinot Noir juice extracted from the skins using the saignee method traditional to making Rose. Fruity grape notes, crisp Kolsch character, and an oaky mouthfeel make this a unique beer.
Pairings: light and subtle dishes
Released from Foeder Number Two in our spontaneous ale program, Tartare Rouge™ is a sour red ale fermented using only airborne wild yeast and bacteria native to Alexander Valley in Sonoma County.
Pairings: Seasonal fruits, savory meats
Brewed with imported Belgian Pilsner Malt, Candi sugar and Tettnanger hops; this is our version of the classic Belgian-style, Abbey, Tripel.
Pairings: Grilled meats and shellfish
Our Trappist inspired ale is dark, smooth and strong with rich, complex esters of caramel, candy and plumb.
P12 (Pennsylvania and 12th street) is the location of our brewery in Richmond, California and is our latest Imperial IPA, brewed just in time for SF Beer Week 2017. Loaded with Simcoe, Mosaic, Amarillo and Equinox hops, this beer exemplifies the classic West Coast, hoppy american style with a light malt backbone and bitter dry finish.
Pairings: Roasted and spicy foods
A big hoppy dry Belgian with Lemon, Tangerine and Rose Petal on the nose and a rolling smooth bitter finish coming from a unique blend of Simcoe, El Dorado and Summit Hops and our proprietary yeast blend.
Think Macro American Lager made with love and local, quality ingredients.
Collaboration with Cellarmaker Brewing - Made with fresh Buddha Hand, Cara Cara Oranges, and Prickly Pear. Refreshing and smooth.
Dry, bright Belgian with hints of dank citrus blossom and zest on the nose, subtle candied citrus taste along with the enjoyable warmth of a big boy beer. Finish is smooth and rounded with a hint of pithy bitterness from the Buddha Hand, Cactus Fruit and assortment of Oranges.
A San Francisco Bay Area favorite! Mexican Lager yeast, Vienna and Pilsner Malts, with 4% Corn. Find it an many San Francisco Bay Area bars and restaurants on their permanent draft list!
Our award winning session saison with brett and local prickly pear cactus fruit
All Mosaic dry-hopped Session IPA. Tons of Mosaic.
The Big Brother of our Taproom only Separation Anxiety. This Imperial IPA is 100% Mosaic dry-hopped and the malt bill really lets the Mosaic shine. Easy drinking with dry finish. SFBW release only!
One of our many beloved seasonal specials. This IPA is dry hopped with Mosaic, Citra, Lemongrass and Dried Lime.
It isn’t always easy being green. Sexy organic hops are hard to come by. Enjoy Organic Simcoe® and Citra hops flavor, and not too bitter.
Pairings: Gumbo, Curry, Carrot Cake
Like Barry White’s voice in a bottle, Bison’s Chocolate Stout is a dark, slow-pouring aphrodisiac of the smoothest proportions. Rich and roasty with charismatic flavors of dark chocolate and espresso, and creamy, dry finish.
Pairings: Mac & Cheese, Cheesecake
We brew an American style barelywine and age it in two types of wood barrels, Rye Whiskey to give it a spicey, yet pleasant note, and Bourbon barrels to give a nice smooth, woody bourbon characteristic. This ain't no chuggin beer.!. Sip enjoy, sip again.
Pairings: dark meats, rich and flavorful hearty bbq
Carnage pays homage to the true hop heads, loaded with tons of Nelson Sauvin, Galaxy and Simcoe with aromas of tropical fruit, pine, citrus, and grape juice. Brewed with a dry-hop rate of over 5lbs per barrel, this is the boldest most hoppy IPA we make.!
Pairings: spicy cajun,
DELTA FUNK is one the newest offering of ever changing IPA's for our 2017 lineup. This line of IPA utilizes whats new and sometimes R&D hops varieties. This particular one is dry-hopped with Dr. Rudi, Mosaic, Rakau, and El Dorado in ridiculous amounts. Fermented out to be dry and crisp to let the hops shine.!.
Pairings: spicy cajun, spicy bbq
Black Sands is a brewery designed and constructed by homebrewers. Our brewery is built on the philosophy that beer is for sharing. Not just the final product, but the entire process of making it. You can watch us make beer, taste it fresh right out of our fermenters, see the recipe, and leave with everything to make it yourself. Our space is designed and planned so that everything is transparent, from beer to recipes to food. Our kitchen, like our brewery, is completely open. You can sit right up to our open kitchen and watch your meal being made. We serve California inspired dishes that pair perfectly with our house made beer.
Our King's Tide Saison aged to perfection in a one time used French Oak Pinot Noir barrel for 91 days. The barrel has added a nice toasty oak flavor with delicate Pino grape character of dark cherries and clove. But don't let the barrel fool you, there is still plenty of the base saison still in the mix
Single Malt and Single Hop series continues with 100% 2-row Barley and 100% Citra hops. Massive citrus hop aroma from 6 lbs of hops per bbl of beer. Lots of grapefruit zest flavors and pith like bitterness.
Another Single Malt and Single Hop beer in our ongoing series. 100% 2-row barley with 100% Galaxy hops from Australia. Big tropical fruit aromas with a balanced bitterness. One not to miss if you love IPA
Winter warmer brewed with American Pale 2 Row Malt, Carafa, British chocolate and black malts. Cacao nibs, vanilla bean and San Francisco's own Sightglass Coffee's Kamviu AB Espresso
Pairings: American Style BBQ, dark chocolate desserts
Brewed with European Pilsner malt, Dark andi sugar, bitter orange peel and coriander seed. Hopped with Hallertau.
Pairings: Triple Creme Brie and Crackers, Fried Shrimp or Scallops
A rich, high gravity imperial ale. Layered with aromas of caramelized fruit and vanilla bean. Brewed with oranges, and sweet orange peel.
Pairings: Artisanal cheese board
An imperial ale brewed with 26% rye that's beautifully balanced with fresh hops, and a subtle malt sweetness. Gold Medal Winner, Best of Craft Beer Awards.
Pairings: Hearty meat dishes
Our Tasmanian Devil Strong Ale aged in a Jack Daniels whiskey barrel. Nuances of oak and bourbon, balanced with a sweet malt character.
Pairings: Pub fare
Special Edition of our Ricochet Red. Dry-hopped in cask with English Kent Goldings (EKG) and El Dorado hops. Balanced with two-row pale and caramel malt.
Pairings: Pork buns and fried spring rolls
Perfectly balanced, refreshing, light, and pleasant on the palate. Orange Blossom Cream Ale has hints of sweet orange peel, orange flower, and honey.
Pairings: Greens with a citrus vinaigrette
We took the refinement out of the barrel and brought the funk from the farm. Using wild wine yeast straight from the vineyard and pomace straight from press, we infuse this sour ale with Dry Creek Valley zinfandel skins. Tart and jammy, juicy but dry. It starts fruit-forward with notes of bright red berries and finishes with wood spice and soft tannins. Blur the line between beer and wine. Drink up: with Sunday dinner or any day after 5 • roasted duck, Louisiana hot links ^^ 2017 Barrel Project Cabernet Sauvignon Sour ## American Sour Ale with Cabernet Pomace | 8.5% ABV | 5 IBUs ~~ Rare, limited or one-off; First-time release; Barrel aged ~~ We took refinement out of the barrel and brought the funk from the farm. Using wild wine yeast straight from the vineyard and pomace straight from the press, we infuse this sour ale with Cabernet grape skins. Tart and bold, full-bodied and dry. It starts with dark fruit flavors and finishes with tannins, tobacco, and vanilla. Blur the line between beer and wine. Drink up: to impress wine geeks
Pairings: braised lamb shanks, smoked brisket
Calicraft Reserve is a new type of beverage. Neither beer nor wine, this Sparkling Ale pushes the boundaries. California Chenin Blanc and Viognier white wine grapes bring wine-like flavors and acidity while California grown malt adds a subtle nuttiness similar to champagne. Aromas of nectarine, pear, and quince are backed by bright lemon. Break the rules. Calicraft Reserve is beer meets wine. Drink up: on New Year’s Eve, to surprise your friends • funky cheese, sustainable sushi ^^ Calicraft Reserve Rose ## Sparkling Ale with Zinfandel Must, Cherries and Raspberries | 10% ABV | 5 IBUs ~~ Rare, limited or one-off; First-time release ~~ Calicraft Reserve Rose is a new type of beverage. Neither beer nor wine, this Sparkling Ale pushes the boundaries. California Zinfandel must, cherries, and raspberries bring wine-like flavors and a complex fruit profile. Aromas of red berries are backed by a grape and oak tannins. Break the rules. Calicraft Reserve is beer meets wine. Drink up: on a sunny day at the park, at a clam bake
Pairings: tapas, crab louie
Brewed to celebrate SF Beer Week and the fog that calls San Francisco his home. Inspired by the fog that we love to hate or hate to love, this beer is perfect for long indian summer days or a beautiful foggy San Francisco day (aka the rest of the year). Copious amounts of Mosaic and Citra hops create a juicy, tropical aroma. Brewed with flaked oats and wheat to create a soft, pillowy body. Drink to celebrate our neighborhood friendly fog! Drink up: hip beer bars, dive bars, brown bags
Pairings: sourdough bread, mission burritos, Rice-A-Roni
In collaboration with E.J. Phair Brewing we present our take on a Imperial Southern English Brown Ale with Coffee, Vanilla, and Chocolate notes.
Our coffee milk stout is designed after a good cup of Spanish Café con Leche and features single origin cold brewed coffees from Chromatic Coffee in San Jose.
The first appearance of our first special release beer, a Belgian Dark Strong Ale aged in Tempranillo wine barrels. This beer is characterized by dark fruit and tobacco notes.
Pine, citrus and tea-like hops with a big but clean spicy rye finish The James Star was inspired by the founding legend of the Camino. In the 9th century, the hermit Pelagius followed a 'field of stars' to the tomb of the Apostle St. James. Millions have since followed his path.
What a beer, a great balance of Eureka, Nelson, Galaxy hops. Bold but not too scary.
Traditional style scottish ale with Heather tip's
Pairings: Whiskey and good times
Blood orange wheat beer with real zesting of the blood oranges and juice. A nice balance of the citrus fruit to have a nice long dance with the choice malts. Very easy on the hops to bring out the citrus character
Pairings: Chocolate and strawberries
Hoppy, floral, malty, crisp, refreshing, clean end.
Pairings: Tacos, seafood, pastas, salads, etc
Banana, clovy, trace spicy, round palate.
Pairings: Asian, savory foods, cake deserts
We are a San Francisco brewery producing our beers in small batches one beer at a time. It is our goal to keep your taste buds intrigued by constantly producing different flavors. To us, making the same 3-4 beers all the time would be boring. We hope you feel the same way. Our limited output and choice to abandon the common concept of a set production schedule will allow us to constantly experiment with different hops, barrels, and yeasts.
IPA predominantly hopped with Nelson Sauvin as well as smaller amounts of Motueka, Galaxy, Centennial, and Sterling.
We conditioned a small portion of Vastness of Space Imperial Stout on Madagascar vanilla beans. The base beer itself is aggressive on roasted coffee notes as well as dark chocolate and fig characteristics. Vanilla adds another dynamic and fortunately does not sweeten the beer up. It's smooth yo!
Brewed With Jeff Erway Of La Cumbre Brewing In Albuquerque, New Mexico. Strong Cali Common Hopped Highly With Nelson, Merridian, Simcoe & XJA436
Mocha and Cigarettes is a slightly beefed up version of Coffee and Cigarettes Smoked Coffee Porter with Vanilla and a blend of Tcho Cacao Nibs from Ecuador and Ghana. We used a little less coffee than normal on this batch so that the coffee could share the stage with the Vanilla and the Nibs.
What are terpenes? They are aromatic compounds found in hops and the cousin to the hop, marijuana. This beer is so pungent we just had to give it an evocative name. Hopped with Citra, Galaxy, Mosiac and Nelson.
Barrel aged Flanders Red with cherries
Sour ale aged in gin barrels with cherries, lemon, and violets
Barrel-aged saison with black currant and mulling spices (cinnamon, allspice, orange peel, clove)
Nordic ale with juniper, aged in gin barrels. Tasting notes: fruit cocktail, juniper, earthy, botanical
Pale rye ale with Simcoe hops. Tasting notes: Dry, spicy, piney, hoppy
Double IPA with Citra and Mosaic
IPA with Simcoe, Citra, and Mosaic
Mean Monkey Hefeweizen is a pale, spicy, fruity and refreshing wheat-based ale that features a unique banana and clove yeast character. It has fruity aroma and is lightly hopped. Hefe (yeast) weizen (wheat) is the "breakfast beer" of Germany, but here in the Bay Area it is a refreshing beer for all occasions!
Pairings: Bavarian Pretzels, salads, Boursin cheese
Revealing Red is a malt-focused ale with an initial sweetness on the palate. It has a toasted flavor with caramel notes and a roasted dry finish.
Pairings: Curry Wurst, Burgers, Port Salut cheese
Creamy Roasted malt and complex flavors. Brewed with Coconut milk, Chunked and Toasted coconut.
Brewed with Belgian Candy Sugar and Trappist Yeast
Brewed with Citra, Simcoe and Nelson Sauvin Hops.
Stone by tiny stone, a picture emerges... In our Mosaic-hopped pale ale, shining facets of flavor and aroma build a beautiful beer. Breathe in papaya, guava, and freshly-bloomed blossoms, each scent an element of the Mosaic hops.
Pairings: Dungeness crab with lemon and melted butter
Get off the boring route. Amazing panoramas await. Scenic Stout, a Foreign/Export-Style Stout, is a stronger version of an oatmeal stout. Its roasty, chocolatey flavors are rounded out by the addition of flaked oats.
Pairings: Smoked brisket and baked beans
Light bodied pale rice ale with added Lychee giving the beer a slight sweetness.
Brette Davis Eyes is a Blonde American Sour Ale, made with American two-row barley and wheat. This beer is aged in Cabernet wine barrels from Hall winery for 18 months with Drake’s house culture of Lacto, Pedio, and Brettanomyces. In the nose, notes of red wine and citrus predominate a slight floral, honey and brett funk. Overall this refreshing beer drinks dry with a moderate lactic tartness up front fading to mild bready, wheat and malt notes.
Pairings: Triple Cream Cheese
Another of our “New England”-inspired IPAs, the hazy hop lushness of this beer is complemented by the addition of fresh Seville orange zest. Lightly bitterred and completely unbalanced lushness.
Pairings: Spicy Carnitas
An unfiltered IPA brewed with both wheat and rye. The subtle complexity of the different grains pairs with a trans-continental hop blend, featuring dank citric cut from domestic Amarillos, melon-like aromatics from both domestic Idaho 7 and German Huell Melon, and white grape skins from the German Hallertauer Blanc. The Chinook and Jarrylo in the whirlpool add floral pine notes with a bit of spice.
Pairings: Tropical notes in the hops pair well with Thai curries
The flagship of our Hopacalypse line, Green Label is a Double IPA brewed with a portion of wheat for extra mouthfeel. Hopped in 2-stages with a combination of new-school favorites Mosaic, Simcoe and El Dorado, and finished on classic west coast varieties Cascade and Chinook.
Pairings: Pairs well with Blue-cheese and bacon burger
The little sister to White Label. A quaffable, hazy, juice bomb that will give your liver a break but not your palate. Intense hop aromatics with just enough body to hold it together.
Pairings: Texas Beef Chili
Brewed as a 12% Imperial Stout, and then coaxed to over 18% with multiple additions of dark Belgian Candi sugar. After 16 months in High West bourbon barrels, this beer is ready for a trip through space. You will be too if you drink enough of it.
Pairings: Huge stout - deep licorice would overwhelm most food, so best pairing would be a Cuban cigar!
Bohemian Style, golden with a lemony noble hop character - light , grainy finish
English-inspired, notes of rich milk chocolate, dark fruit - soft comforting finish.
An easy-going American IPA with a distinctive malt balance - ton of peach and stone fruit hop character
Vienna Style, amber with a biscuity malt presence - clean, crisp, familiar
An American filtered hoppy wheat ale, with a bright nose, distinctive texture - bold on the palate, dry finish.
A medium bodied lager fermented with the famous San Francisco steam yeast.
Bursting with pine and citrus notes... brewed with Magnum, Cascade, Chinook, Centenniel, and Simcoe hops.
Marking our first 21 years of brewing excellence with this special release! Twenty-One is a big, bold brew that takes on flavor notes of bourbon, toffee, toasted malt, and ripe fruit while its aroma is reminiscent of vanilla, oak, molasses, and caramel.
The one box series starts with One Box IPA, it was designed around a light, somewhat malty base with a solid IPA bitterness level and then dry hopped with 2.2 lbs per bbl, this is equivalent to 44 lbs of hops in a 20 bbl batch, or one whole box. The first in the series is dry hopped with 11 lbs of Cyro hops lupulin powder, a refined form of hops, the variety is Mosaic. Aromas of stone fruit and citrus dominate the nose.
Pairings: Spicy food including pit barbecue and creole style food
Virtuous Cascadian Dark Ale is an IPA with Cold Brewed Coffee made with the Italian Roast Blend from Livermore coffee roaster “Virtues of Coffee.” The addition of the Cold Brewed Coffee provides a roasted, dark chocolate bitterness to compliment the caramel, honey, and bready malt flavors. There is also a noticeable Cascade hop finish which gives it floral and citrus aromas.
Pairings: Grilled meats, ribs, carrot cake
This Southern English brown has been a makeover with the addition of cacao nibs and Columbian cold brew coffee. The palate is rich with hints of toasty English malts, chocolate and decedent coffee.
Pairings: Chocolate Mousse
Brewed with blueberry puree, graham cracker and maple extract, this blonde all is literally a blueberry pancake. Take a sip and experience the tart juicy blueberry, velvety maple syrup ad pancake biscuit batter dry finish
Pairings: Chicken and Waffles
Citra, Warrior and Falconers Flight hops give this boldIPA flavors of grapefruit, citrus and lemon zest.
Pairings: Mandarin Orange Salad
The giant citron and Mosaic dry hop burst through with aromas of ripe peaches and freshly harvested buds. Citra CO2 extract and Mosaic lupulin powder juice up the plate with similar flavors
Pairings: Kung Pao Chicken
American Porter aged in a port wine barrel
Citra, Centennial, Cascade, Amarillo, Simcoe, and Mosaic create a hop phenomenon for your palette. Hints of citrus, passion fruit, berry, grapefruit, & tangerine leap from the glass without warning.
Pairings: Carne Asada
A French Saison that uses a large amount of wheat to lend a refreshing acidity and soft mouthfeel. Noble hops produce a pleasant combination of floral and spicy notes. The hop aroma blends in beautifully with the fruitiness of the yeast.
Pairings: French cheeses (brie, camembert)
Our juicy, New England-style IPA has a silky-smooth body with a soft, round bitterness. Topped with big tropical aromas and a hazy appearance. Generously dry-hopped with Citra, El Dorado, Centennial and Mosaic.
This Czech-style Pilsner is crystal clear and has a crisp, dry finish with a slight lingering bitterness. Very easy drinking and very reminiscent of a beer you may find in Prague.
We are a San Francisco community focused brewery. Our beer drinking philosophy is as such: Beer snobs need not saddle up to our tap room bar unless they drop all pretension. We want everyone who enters our place to feel comfortable; whether it's someone who is a super beer geek or someone who knows nothing beyond macro brewed beer. We see our place as a community gathering spot with no intimidation. Don't know much about a saison or stout? Maybe you've never heard of the beer styles saison or stout. That's ok, just ask and we are happy to non-judgementally answer any questions you may have and serve you a beer that you can enjoy. We don't subscribe to the \best beer in the world"theory. In our opinion"
We took inspiration from both coasts for this delicious, highly aromatic, yet aggressively-bittered take on the DIPA style. This beer is Hella cool in it's clarity of appearance and lasting hop bitterness, but has a decidedly New England influence in its Wicked use of GigaYeast Vermont IPA yeast that lends stone fruit character, its tropical fruit hop aroma, and slightly creamy mouthfeel. A merger of two current regional expressions of the American IPA family that remains exceedingly drinkable - we're sure you'll enjoy this hybrid interpretation of the DIPA style!
Pairings: Spicy foods (Thai, Mexican)
Brewed in the "New Skool" way the kids are doing it these days - lower bitterness, huge hop aroma (citrus, tropical and stone fruits), with a fairly cloudy appearance, this beer is super refreshing and easy to drink. This newer take on the classic style that put craft beer on the map is a hop showcase without being exceedingly bitter - a kinder, gentler approach to the bitter hop bombs of years past, you'll find yourself reaching for another, then another, and hopefully another!
Pairings: Burgers, Pizza, Nachos
Our Belgian-style stout, similar to a British Foreign Extra Stout, with hints of chocolate, coffee, and roasted malts, but the Belgian yeast character shines through and lends an added layer of complexity with its spicy and fruity aromas and flavors.
Pairings: Roasted meats, Chocolate-based desserts
Our "Iron Brewer Competition" winner! We held a contest forcing homebrewers to use a specified, secret ingredient - our winning team, Luis Castro, David Jacoby, and Gordon Mauger from the DOZE Homebrew Club, created this delicious Saison using their assigned ingredient - a Warming Crimson Berry Tea - then added some additional Hibiscus flowers to give it a beautiful hue and aroma. We invited them to scale it up in the brewery, and the result is divine! Slightly spicy, a bit of lemon, cranberry notes, and a wonderful floral presence in a Saison base with a pleasant, dry finish.
Pairings: Salads, Light Appetizers
The 2015 Batch #2 begins its journey as DBA, then transforms into Agrestic by a “chrysalis” process involving 85% French and 15% American oak barrels and our proprietary collection of microflora. To blend, we selected beer matured eight to 36 months in barrels, creating a synergistic beer. Like Batch #1, Agrestic Batch #2 signature flavors and aromas shine. Toasted oak, lemon pith, and rosewood swirl on the nose and palate, followed by an amazing harmony of vanilla, coconut, Earl Grey tea, dark cherries and spice. The finish is crisp, with a mouthwatering acidity and chewy tannins.
What began as a birthday gift, took on a life of its own. Proprietor David Walker cornered us one day and requested a sour cherry fermented beer for his 50th birthday. Done. A handful were sold at a Liberation, after which our loyal patrons demanded more. Voilà, Krieky Bones Batch #2! This beer begins its life as a Flanders Red style beer aged 24 months in a 2200 gallon French oak foeder. Sour Montmorency cherries are added and allowed a secondary fermentation. The aroma is of cherry pie complete with flavors of pie crust and spicy notes. Vienna malt notes give way to an assertive acidity, and a bright carbonation.
An ever-evolving mix of experimental hops, designed to deliver mind-blowing flavors that break the rules with each new release. The unique revolution number on the label tells you which release you have in hand. Crack fresh and enjoy the show.
Pivo Hoppy Pils is a classically rendered pilsner with a West Coast dry-__hopping twist, showcasing stylistic inﬂuences from Germany, Italy and the Czech Republic. Lighter beer styles like pilsner have been hijacked by industrial lager beer in the United States, and it’s time for craft brewers to take it back. Pivo Hoppy Pils o_ers impeccable balance with ﬂoral aromatics, spicy herbal nuances, and bergamot zest and lemongrass notes from dry hopping with German Saphir hops. 2013, 2014, and 2015 Gold Medal Winner at GABF
Fed Giant is an imperial milk stout with thirty gallons of cold brew coffee added. We then barrel aged 50% of the beer in whiskey barrels and blended the two. Special for beer week; we took the Fed Giant and created a beer whip cream to top off your taster! Limited Quantity.
Pine and citrus hop aromas balanced with a rich, roasted flavor and deep ruby color.
Our signature Double IPA is a fan favorite! Screaming Titan is balanced with a strong malt backbone, enormous fruity notes, and great bitterness.
Our version of a belgian strong has 31 added gallons of Viognier juice. It is earthy and floral, with notes of honey suckle and a touch of oak.
Fort Point Beer Company is a NewAMerican brewery-the product of a thrivingAMerican craft beer culture, shaped by deeply San Franciscan values: quality craftsmanship and a spirit of innovation. We create balanced, thoughtful beers that reference traditional styles but are by no means bound to them. For us, brewing is the confluence of creative expression and refined technique. We want our beers to tell a story, inspire an idea, and be thoroughly enjoyable.
Wildly aromatic and assertively bitter, Animal roars from its first sip. Vic Secret and Citra hops blend bold pineapple flavors up front, while Simcoe and Meridien lend a piney, crisp finish. Golden Promise, Two Row and Carapils malts balance the dank, tropical punch of this big IPA.
Automatic is a functional and snappy export lager brewed in the tradition of the Dortmunder classic. Its extreme refreshment is fueled by the rich flavors of heirloom Barke Pilsner malt and the seamless integration of Hallertau and Hersbrucker hops. These quintessential German hop varieties create the time-honored combination of earthy bitterness and fresh,grassy aromatics. Unfailingly satisfying, Automatic is as easy as its name suggests.
Manzanita is a deep ruby colored ale with strikingly complex campfire smoke and firewood aromas. Beechwood smoked malt contributes an upfront roastiness while charred manzanita branches add hints of perfume and a slightly tannic woody finish.
A uniquely aromatic and refreshing beer, Park blends pilsner malt and pale wheat with Citra hops to create a modern interpretation on the witbier style. Bière de garde yeast elevate Park’s tart, grapefruit flavors, yielding a fresh yet dry finish to this single hopped design. Park’s pale sunshine color and clean flavor make this the perfect beer to enjoy on a picnic blanket or around the campfire.
Bright, rustic and complex, Resonance is an elegant symphony of flavor and aroma. Juicy notes of tropical fruit billow across the palate, balanced by a tart, dry effervescence in the finish. A unique interpretation on the classic saison style, Resonance strikes a chord with its innovative technique and bright, fresh flavors.
Bright English Pale Ale with lemony kick from Centennial hops, balanced by 100% Maris Otter Malt.
Ordinary Bitter that is full of flavor, but with moderate ABV.
Pairings: Fish & Chips
Dry Stout with light body. Chocolate, coffee and roasty/toasty flavor.
Pairings: Fine Cigar
Collaboration with Melissa "Malty Maven" Myers from The Good Hop in Oakland. Rich, chocolatey and strong version of a traditional English Brown Ale.
Pairings: Grilled Cheese
Brewed in collaboration with Moylan's Brewing in Marin featuring magnum, saaz & hallertau blanc hops & piloncillo sugar in the kettle and dry hopped with Amarillo hops giving a nice grapefruit & lemongrass finish
Featuring Mosaic & Centennial in the kettle and a juicy tropical fruit flavor and aroma from a simcoe & galaxy dry hop
A limited release bold, American-style Barley Wine with flavors of caramel, dried dark fruit, and molasses. Balanced by a strong bitterness from American hops, this ale can be enjoyed fresh or aged.
Brewed with High Note Cold Brew Coffee (Woodside, CA) and coconut sugar for a rich full finish. Smooth with a robust coffee finish.
Unfiltered New England style IPA brewed, wet hopped, and dry hopped with 5 different hops.
Harmonic Brewing is inspired by the gritty, urban personality of old school San Francisco. We handcraft small batches of balanced, high quality beer with an independent spirit. Our Dogpatch, SF, facility features an open-plan production brewery and public taproom, in a shared warehouse space adjacent to a metal fabrication shop. Harmonic beer is also available on draft at fine Bay Area drinking establishments.
Inspired by the Talking Heads song, Crosseyed and Painless, we collaborated with our friends at Old Bus Tavern to make two beers with Idaho 7 hops on either end of the ABV spectrum. Old Bus made the Painless version, a 5% session IPA, and we made Crosseyed, an 11% IIIPA. The big malt backbone and fruitiness of Idaho 7 hops give it a chewy, marmalade and overripe mouthfeel with a delicate lime aroma. Our biggest beer ever, yet it maintains our core belief in balance.
First-ever imperial version of our signature Rye Old Fashioned. 30% rye grains and ample cascade and Amarillo bittering & aroma hops, smoothed out with a citrus twist and oak aging.
100% mosaic hops fro bittering to dry hopping
When did all these pretentious people take over something as simple and awesome as beer drinking? Headlands Brewing wants to take craft beer back for the regular people who just love beer.
A traditional German Hefeweizen grain bill (50% wheat) with a bit of rye to draw out the pepper and spice notes from the light hopping schedule. Refreshing on its own, this beer also pairs seamlessly with your favorite brat, schnitzel.
The story behind this beer is that we filled a barrel with our first beer that we brewed as Headlands. Each year at beer week we drain the barrel, but leave 5-10 gallons to inoculate the next batch and also add 1 more barrel. As this is the 4th year, this year we will be blending liquid from 4 barrels with fresh beer. The base beer for this sour solera is our award winning Pt. Bonita Pilsner.
This Bohemian Pilsner is highlighted by the spiciness from the rye (15%). It has just enough noble hop character and body from the rye malt to remind you you're drinking a beer. Light, crisp and refreshing, Pt. Bonita bridges gaps between beer, food, and lifestyle. This beer was awarded a bronze medal at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival® and noted as a National Top 20 Beer by the Good Food Awards.
This West Coast inspired IPA features the versatile Mosaic hop. Late additions show off this hops array of flavor and aroma – floral, spicy, and fruity. The complexity of the hops synchronizes with an eclectic yeast and the crispness of the rye malt to present a balanced Indian Pale Ale. Awarded the Finalist Award (National Top 20 Beer) by the Good Food Awards, this IPA stands out among all IPAs and pairs well with a variety of foods.
HenHouse Belgian-style Golden Ale is the first beer we ever brewed and a study in fermentation character. Trappist yeast esters and a blend of European hops create a depth of fruit flavors, cantaloupe, banana, peaches and apricots, which conceal this beer's strength and lend to social sipping. Dry and warming, it's a beer that can age or be enjoyed today. HenHouse Golden Ale is the work of our hands, hearts and brains and we hope you enjoy this beer as much as we enjoy making it.
Our IPA is the dankness. Your life is the light. Go into the dankness, it's what you want. A blend of Cascade, Simcoe, Hallertau Blanc, Belma and Mosaic hops lend a depth of tropical and piney flavors to this wildly aromatic hop monster, and lend a depth of goodness to your life. Come into the dankness.
Recurring Nightmare keeps coming back. This Imperial Stout has been blended with all of our previous Imperial Stouts and aged in whiskey barrels, creating a continuum of dark, roasty, decadent goodness. And then we added a bunch of Acre Coffee. The seemless blend of vanilla oakiness, dark malt roast character, chocolate and coffee comes together as a beer meant for sharing. HenHouse Recurring Nightmare is the work of our hands, hearts and brains and we hope you enjoy this beer as much as we enjoy making it.
HenHouse Saison is made with Sonoma County wheat, for drinking after a long day at work. We brew it with black pepper and coriander, which builds on the spiciness of the French saison yeast. The grapefruit and orange peel you taste is from a slight Cascade hops addition. Wheat and German pilsner malt give our Saison a dry, gently grainy finish. It's a beer you can sit and think about, but you don't have to.
The blood orange is the darling of the citrus world with its trademark sweet and tart citrus flavors and a richer, berry-like sweetness. The beer pours a deep ruby red color in the glass and explodes with an amazing aroma of 35,000 fresh cut oranges.
Tropical hop notes with citrus and a touch of pine. Dry finish and malty backbone
Our year round Aphotic Imperial Porter kicked up a notch and with an addition of cocoa nibs. Big, dark, strong and smooth. Very limited quantity
Pairings: Big meats
S'mores in a glass. Brewed with all of the ingredients one would find in a smore Winner of Great American Beer Festival gold medal two of the last three years
Pairings: Salty and Savory
Big IPA brewed with Magnum, Simcoa, Citra, Cascade, Centennial and Chinook. Hops, hops, and hops.
Pairings: sharp cheeses
Sour ale with kumquots and kiwis sourced from Northern California. Barrel aged for a year. Slightly tart and earthy
Pairings: Fruit dishes, lighter fair
Holy Craft brewery is a start up brewery located in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was founded by four friends who wanted to create an elegant beer drinking experience that can be appreciated by beer connoisseurs and non-beer drinkers alike. We strive to bring unique recipes, which utilize the freshest ingredients, to a market that deserves flavorful beers not experienced on this planet.
Rice Lager brewed with Japanese Sorachi Hops and imported Yuzu from Japan
Belgian Style Golden Ale with a light body with a distinctintive Belgian character with a fruity finish from Galena hops
Saison dry hopped with Mandarina Bavaria, Hallertau Blanc, and Mosaic Hops.
Unfiltered German Pilsner with Hallertau Mittelfruh hops.
A juicy NE style double IPA intentionally unfined and unfiltered. This batch showcases Citra, Idaho 7, Denali, and mosaic hops and a yeast blend that makes them shine!
Our latest release of our We All Grin for Lupulin series features Hallertau Blanc, Citra, CTZ, and Idaho 7 hops.
Our flagship brew is a big amber ale, much like the first IPA’s from Amber Ale the dawn of the industrial revolution. A blend of Caramel Malts give this beer a rich yet highly drinkable body, and heavy-handed additions of Nugget, Cascade, and Liberty hops protect this beer for the long cruise to India.
: At its base, it’s a hearty, malty pale-colored ale with a modest does of Fuggle hops for low bittering. At the end of the boil, parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme are added as if they were aroma hops.
Brewed with Pale, Caramel and Smoked malts with a hint of roasted ale barley. Hopped and re-hopped and hopped again with Columbus, Glacier, and Willamette hops. Served with mixed gas.
This is a ridiculous, over the top, and hideously exaggerated Pale Ale. In other words, better known as a “California IPA”. This beer's all about the hops. It starts with Columbus for extra-large bitterness. The late and dry hops center on the piney and slightly floral Mt. Hood, while the Citra, Glacier, and more Columbus provide tropical, spicy, and skunky notes. Malt? Nothing too fancy about this beer, but it is unfiltered and there’s a lot of it – so drink it while you can.
Robust as a moon that dares cross the sun, this porter-like brew Black Ale features Chocolate and Black Malts for a dark-roasted coffee-like flavor. Hopped with a-shade-more-than-typical additions of Nugget & Columbus Hops for an assertive, yet still pleasant bitterness. Served with mixed gas at the brewpub.
Aggressive high octane yet well balanced Triple IPA style finished with over three pounds of hops per barrel.
Ultra premium American light lager to session with when you need something easy going during beer week. Lightly dry-hopped with Czech Saaz
Pairings: Wings and Sports
A pale ale made with the second and third mash runnings from Compulsory Triple IPA. Single hopped all the way through with Mosaic
Pairings: Independance and No Shame Cheeseburgers
A tropically hoppy, light, yet full-bodied, bright and citrusy ale. The magical, mystical 12th of Never is a blend of Old and New School hops that play bright citrus, rich coconut, and papaya-esque flavors, all on a solid stage of English puffed wheat. Tropically hoppy. Light, yet full-bodied. Bright and citrusy. The 12th of Never Ale is everything we’ve learned about making hop-forward beer expressed in a moderate voice. Pale, cold, slightly alcoholic and bitter. It’s all we know. These 12 oz. mini-kegs (AKA cans) are an exciting new option for us, and we are stoopid stoked at the opportunity for y'all to take us to all those new, nelophobic locations…
We took some fresh Sanguinello Blood oranges, juiced 'em, concentrated that juice (without heat) and threw it into a wheatier version of our New Dogtown Pale Ale. The end result? A refreshingly hopped pale-ish ale with a huge citrus burst!
A dark sour fermented with dark red wine grapes, giving it a uniquely deep and rich purple hue. Then it received the signature Lagunitas treatment with a healthy dose of experimental dry hops. This might just shock your taste buds!
This beer couldn't have been done without the help from our friends at High West Distillery in Park City, UT and Chicago's-own Metropolis Coffee. We brewed a rich, malty Imperial Stout with some of Metropolis' Spice Island blend, then let it vintag-ize in High West Rye and Bourbon Barrels for up to 17 FREAKING MONTHS. It's good to have friends!
A well-rounded, highly drinkable IPA. A bit of Caramel Malt barley provides the richness that mellows out the twang of the hops.
We took the base of our Hop Stoopid recipe, peeled back some of the specialty malts and replaced them with some oats and wheat to build out the body. Then we did what we do every year for this beer, and added some new and experimental dry hops. To finish it off we racked this beer onto a soft fluffy bed of lupilin powder to round out the dry hop additions.
Laughing Monk Brewing is a small batch craft brewery in San Francisco that blends traditions from California and Belgium with a mix of local, seasonal ingredients. We make great beer with an eye toward innovation and the independent spirit that guides us. We offer an ever-expanding array of unique beers, including those for immediate enjoyment and those that can be aged to perfection. So raise a glass with us in the spirit of laughter, libation and adventure.
A perfect peach cobbler in every sip. Rich oak notes from the Wente Vineyard Chardonnay barrels combine with bright fresh peach flavors to create a beer lovers tribute to one of our favorite southern desserts.
Pairings: Peach cobbler, chicken piccata, duck a l'orange
_Pale gold and sightly hazy with a bright white head. Aromas of Pineapple, citrus and a slight note earthen tones. Strong flavors of Pineapple with undertones of Coconut sweetness match the citrus sour notes of the beer. Dry, sweet and sour finish leaves the palate quickly, with no lingering bitterness._
Pairings: Thai curry, fresh goat cheese, coconut sorbet
We’re re-releasing our popular Coffee and Cream ale for beer week. There’s a cafe au lait hiding in this bright golden ale. Flavors of cream and light coffee are matched with a light toast note with a delicate vanilla finish.
Pairings: Mocha, tiramisu, pecan praline ice cream
It’s late and you’re up. You sneak down to the kitchen for something sweet. African Cocoa nibs and roasty German and English malts make a delicious milk chocolate treat.
Pairings: French vanilla ice cream, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate cake
Bright gold with a rich and full white head. Aromas of cumin and coriander with a slight toasted bread character. Balanced spice notes accompany the dried fruit flavors of pear and grapefruit. Clean and dry finish with a slightly acidic tone. Well balanced Tripel for the any season.
Pairings: Margherita pizza, ham and cheese, grilled asparagus, lemon meringue pie
A small batch brewery in San Francisco hand-crafting original and approachable brews
Who wouldn't want to start their day off with a 8.9% Belgian Golden brewed with 100% Pilsner malt and pouts of Sooo Good Philz Coffee light roast? Big, fruity and nutty coffee notes on the nose blended with pear, apple and lemon from the Belgian yeast esters. Fire.
Pairings: Tartine Pistachio Almond Teacake, Banana Nut Bread
Bourbon barrel-aged version of our flagship Sutro Tower Stout. Aged in just one Buffalo Trace Barrel, you'll get big vanilla, chocolate, oak and warming alcohol on the nose. Extremely limited, and featured only at our Local Barrage and Bourbon Beer & Tartine Pairing SFBW events.
Pairings: Tartine Poppyseed Coffee Cake, Smores
Bright, refreshing and tart, this Berliner is a sessionable, sustainable quick sour at 4%. Blood orange added post fermentation adds a sweet, pulp-y, rounded citrus character.
Pairings: Lemon Cake,
This Coconut Oatmeal Pale on nitro creamy toasted coconut notes, honey and biscuit maltiness -- all while maintaining solid Pale Ale status.
Pairings: Macadamia Nut Cookies, Pumpkin Pie
Dark German lager with a rich bread and herbal character
A delicate German ale with a soft fruit and wine like aroma and crisp finish
Experience our Fogcutter Double IPA with 80 IBUs. No need to white knuckle the bars, the bitterness is in perfect balance with malt ﬂavors and aroma. Enjoy the bright aromatic citrus nose from extra-dry-hopping with Cascade, Centennial, Crystal, Chinook and Citra hops.
Our Imperial Stout has a rich malty ﬂavor with hints of chocolate, co_ee,caramel, burnt sugar, and rasins. It’s moderately hopped with Magnum and Saaz to provide balance.
Easy Drinking Red Ale made with El Dorado and Mandarina Hops. Malty with a crisp ﬁnish. 5.0% ABV 63 IBU
A refreshing watermelon ale that combines our Harvest Wheat with natural watermelon essence for exemplary aromatics while maintaining light, crisp and refreshing ﬂavors. Brewed with a combination of wheat and crystal malts; unﬁltered.
Our Double IPA brewed with Citra and Amarillo hops, Scarlet variety malt and infused with Buddha's hand citrus. We normally do a short barrel age on this style but this batch was all stainless. Big bright citrus fruit and tropical aromatics envelope this beer through the palate with mild malt tones and ingratiated bitterness.
This Saison ale is a a blend of different batches blended and aged for over 12 months in our barrel solera using large format French puncheons. We harvest this beer two times a year and feed it each time with more youthful batches. The solera is alive with Brettanomyces yeast so there is further flavor development that occurs as well as the layering young and old beers. The aromas of this golden straw beer are vinous, earth and fruity. The barrel impact is more present in the palate and is deceivingly potent.
Our Belgian inspired Brown Ale using floor malted Thoroughbred 6 row and a light touches of roasted malts as well as some cocoa nibs in this batch. Although the cocoa is subtle it integrates well with the chestnut barrel this beer was aged. A mild brown color show aromas of baking spices, light roast and caramel tones as well as hints of chocolate. Dry, lean yet expansive this beer offers a clean nutty finish.
Our Golden Strong Ale was aged in neutral french oak barrels with freshly roasted Ethiopian Full Washed Coffee bean sourced from Royal Crown Coffee. The Caffeine content is nearly a cup of coffee per 8 oz! A light amber color given to this beer by the whole beans offers an array of spice, toasted notes, and subtle red fruit in the aroma and a elegant yet powerful balance of coffee as well as malt and yeast flavor in the the palate.
Deep brown in color with rich aromas and flavors of fresh brownies, our Double Brown is food for the malt lover’s soul.
Pairings: Roasted meats, seasoned potatoes.
Steelhead Extra Pale Ale is a bright golden hued ale of medium body with a subtle floral hop character and very mild bitterness.
Pairings: Fish, Salad, Chicken, Lighter foods
Craft brewery and gastropub specializing in cask ales and seasonal, locally-sourced food
Traditional English extra special bitter showcasing the classic combination of floor-malted Maris Otter and UK-grown Kent Goldings hops and fermented with our English ale yeast
This is a light, crisp and refreshing golden ale in the style of those brewed in the German city of Cologne. Fermented with a Köslch yeast strain that adds unique complexity.
Imperial IPA brewed once a year for Strong Beer Month - Maris Otter backbone tries to hold its own against over 100 pounds of hops, including Columbus, Cascade, Simcoe and Citra.
Bold and assertive IPA that marries an American hop profile (Columbus, Cascade, Simcoe, plus Czech Saaz) with floor-malted Maris Otter and our English yeast strain.
Pairings: Spicy Foods
Special edition of our annual Saison de Lily, this time aged in a Chardonnay barrel
Collaboration with Ex Novo Brewing Company
The ultimate hop monster! Brass knuckle spends 8 weeks in the fermenter and is dry hopped 4 times. Seven different American hop varieties are employed.
Belgian inspired Abbey Tripel with clean, restrained Belgian yeast character and just a touch of German nobel hops. Very well attenuated and balanced.
Pairings: Pesto Pasta with Prawns
Extremely strong and complex Belgian Dark Strong ale brewed with about 15% Belgian Dark candy sugar and several Belgian specialty malts. Rich and malty, yet well attenuated with dried fruit, spice and plum flavors.
Pairings: Grilled Rib-eye steak with Gorgonzola Cheese sauce
One-off Double IPA brewed with Pale and Wheat malts and Denali and Simcoe hops. Dry and pale with hop aromas and flavors of pine, grapefruit and pineapple.
Pairings: Al Pastor Tacos
A delightful, medium bodied smooth ale, with a distinctive crisp mouth-feel and a fresh hoppy finish. It is brewed using premium two-row Pale malted barley, generous amounts of both Cluster bittering hops and Cascade finishing hops and our own special proprietary yeast strain.
Pairings: Cheese Sticks
This winter seasonal has a flavor profile replete with nuances of bold dark chocolate and black coffee, embellished with a tint of a hint of creamy caramel. These are equably well balanced by the nutty biscuitty notes, a result of the generous use of rolled oats. These myriad taste sensations are enveloped with an artful use of hops, and the outcome is a suitably pleasant dry and lingering finish. At 6% alc./vol., this winter seasonal Oatmeal Stout may be enjoyed singularly or as the perfect complement to hearty winter fare and rich chocolate or berry desserts.
Pairings: Ice cream
Talon Double IPA, like birds of prey whose formidable talons empower them to hunt and survive will more than satisfy you in your hunt for hops. But Talon Double IPA is much more than just hops. Our skilled team of brewers have developed this Double IPA featuring intricate layers of enigmatic flavors with their artful use of 5 unique premium varieties of malt ~ Specialty 2-rovv, Wheat, Crystal, Munich and Vienna, and 6 distinct varieties of hops ~ Cascade, Apollo, Centennial, Pilgrim, Summit and Amarillo ~ before a round of intense dry hopping with Cascade, Amarillo, Summit and Simcoe hops.
Pairings: Spicy Foods
Delicious, clean, crisp black roast lager beer
Pairings: Sushi, tacos, pizza, most everything
First, it doesn't suck like you might think without hops. Next, it's like beer but wait, huh? Traditional from before hops were a thing. (As if they ever were)
Pairings: Anything reasonably edible
Delightful bready delicate Pilsner
Balanced malty and hoppy rich fullness
Pairings: The previous pint
Haze Craze is made in collaboration with former Moylan's brewmaster/current Half Moon Bay brewmaster James Costa. For this orange hued, NorthEast style hazy IPA, we made it with a base of 2 row and Maris Otter malts and flaked oats. All of the hops were added during the whirlpool which included Citra and El Dorado, as well as whole cone Simcoe and Eukanot flowers, and Simcoe "hop hash". Dry hopped with an abundance of Simcoe, Citra, and El Dorado.
Made with the second runnings of a huge malty Wee Heavy, we brewed a small beer we called Little Lifter. We racked Little Lifter into our solera project barrels which are Pinot Noir barrels that have a wide ranging array of microflora. After aging in there for 8 months, it had developed a nice level of funk and fruitiness. Named after one of our vertically challenged bartenders.
We partnered with our friends at Ritual Coffee in the SOMA part of San Francisco to bring you this big coffee and chocolate bomb. We infused our Ryan Sullivan's Imperial Stout with more than 2 lbs per barrel of Day Tripper seasonal espresso blend from Ritual as well as 1 lb per barrel of toasted TCHO cacao nibs from Ecuador. Luscious sipper for late night consumption.
The term Flaneur comes from the French which means "to stroll idly". A Flaneur was someone who dressed to the "nines" and ambled their way past many a Parisian street cafe just to be noticed. This beer begs to be noticed, and drank in those leisurely pursuits. Perfect for sitting at a sidewalk Parisian cafe or Northern California drinking establishment, it has a light malt bill of Pilsner malt, aromatic malt, rye and wheat. Dry hopped liberally with Crystal hops to counterbalance a fruity Belgian ester note.
Our hoppy lager is dry hopped with El Dorado and Saaz for an intense blend of citrus zest and herbal notes. The light golden body with a greenish hue from massive hop additions is creamy and finishes crisp.
Pairings: Pairs well with full flavored American and Mexican fare
Light my Fire is a Collaboration with Head Brewer Phil Cutti of Headlands Brewing. It is brewed in the classic German tradition of a Munich Style Helles, with the twist of modifying the base malt to include 50% Beechwood Smoked Barley. The resulting beer has intense smoky aromas reminiscent of a Holiday Spiraled Ham and flavors of wood smoked bacon, with the clean and bready finish of an authentic Lager. With an ABV of 4.8% and only 22 IBUs, this is the perfect beer to enjoy with a great conversation sitting around the fire pit.
Pairings: Pairs well with BBQ, Burgers and Chicken Satay
NuBo Pils is a classic Pilsner style lager with crisp, clean aromas of honey and spice. Absolutely refreshing and slightly bitter, our NuBo Pils is made with Hallertauer Mittelfruh and Tradition.
Pairings: Pairs well with full flavored foods - Burgers, Pizza, Mexican, and Southeast Asian
Our Oak and Rye DIPA has a big, bold malty flavor. A healthy inclusion of Rye in the grain bill and being Aged on American Oak imparts it with a spicy smooth taste. We Dry Hopped this DIPA with classic West Coast Hops to give it an aroma of citrus reminiscent of an Old Fashioned. Consistent with our brewing style we lagered it for over 2 weeks to give it a clean crisp finish.
Pairings: This is best paired with big fatty dishes like Roast Pork, a Porterhouse Steak or Baked Brie
A modern reinterpretation of our classic Sacramento brew, and an affirmation of our heritage as a world capital of brewing. This Helles-style lager has the soft, full body that can only come from traditional floor malted barley, and a beautiful woody, floral aroma from a dose of Crystal. 2015 California State Fair Gold Medal, Light Lager category
Be careful, this is a beer that fights back. This face meltingly good IIPA keeps getting awesomer (made up words are the only way to describe it.) A light bodied malt bill gives a splendiferous backdrop for the ginormous hop profile, then cresting with a phantasmagorical aroma and magniflorious fruity taste.
In celebration of our 4th anniversary, "Mystery Airship: Cascara Espresso Golden Ale" will play tricks on your senses. This beer is light in color, yet smack you upside the head with a hefty dose of espresso flavor and aroma from Temple Fine Coffee & Tea in Sacramento.
Brewed in collaboration with Sacramento chocolatier Ginger Elizabeth for our 2nd Anniversary, "Mystery Airship Imperial Chocolate Porter" is inspired by a spicy Oaxacan hot chocolate, with cacao nibs, cinnamon, ginger, pasilla chilis and vanilla. 2015 GABF Gold Medal, Experimental Beer category
Like muscat, spruce tips, and pennyroyal, North Coast Steller IPA is redolent of resinous terpenes: myrcene, linalool, pinene, and geraniol. An unparalleled hop happening. For every case of North Coast Steller IPA sold, North Coast Brewing makes a contribution to marine mammal research. The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito being one such beneficiary organization... • ^^ Nitro Red Seal Ale ## American Pale Ale | 5.4% ABV | 42 IBUs Year Round Malt and hops are beautifully married in this full-bodied, copper-red Pale Ale. Red Seal is generously hopped for a long, spicy finish. An excellent accompaniment to grilled meats and rich sauces. • Grilled meats and rich sauces. ^^ Barrel Aged Old Rasputin XIX ## Barrel Aged Imperial Stout | 11.2% ABV | 38 IBUs Rare, limited or one-off; Barrel aged Every year we age a special batch of our much-loved Russian Imperial Stout in Bourbon barrels. The depth, intensity, and complexity of the flavor profile of this special release, like its predecessors, make it a worthy tribute to Old Rasputin. This years release was aged in Heaven Hill bourbon barrels. • ^^ Class of 88' Barleywine ## American Barleywine | 10% ABV | 25 IBUs Rare, limited or one-off; Collaboration 1988 was a pivotal year for the emerging craft brewing industry on the west coast, marking the founding of some of America’s most influential breweries, North Coast Brewing Co. among them. It was also the year Fred Eckhardt published The Essentials of Beer Style—a book that quickly became an indispensable reference for aspiring brewers and critics. In recognition of the 25th anniversary of this milestone year, North Coast Brewing and two other west coast members of the pioneering Class of '88,"—Rogue Ales and Deschutes Brewery—have collaborated on a trio of commemorative beers evolving from Fred’s style guidelines.
A boozy yet dry Imperial Stout aged in Woodford Reserve barrels yielding bourbon aromatics and roasted coffee and chocolate flavor notes.
Reminiscent of a Chocolate Black Currant Torte dessert, this Black Saison has a beautiful ginger nose that washes away evenly as you sip it down. Mouth watering fruity and spicy esters swirl besides notes of pine, earth, and chocolate, but remains dry to remind you that it is indeed a Saison.
A reproduction of caramel, dark sugar, malt, and fruity viniferous like flavors shimmer in a gradient of black to red, under a weighted booziness that distorts the truth, leaving you second guessing your usually reliable input of the senses for a distorted copy of reality.
Wonder Boysen is a dark sour aged with boysenberry that helps one reflect on past benders and transgressions. Maybe it is time to get back on the rails wonder boy? This sour starts off with a boysenberry/raspberry punch, slips into a chocolate / coffee whirl, and finishes with a sour tartness to wipe your palette clean.
This stout is infused with an impressive five pounds of cocoa husks per barrel. On first sip, this ebony ale will coat your tongue with a rich, creamy warmth. It finishes softly. No harsh aftertaste! Before you know it, it’s gone and you’re lips are beckoning for another taste. Imagine you’re cuddled up on a bearskin rug in front of a fire in a blissful state of delirium. But watch out, this silky-smooth sleeper will creep up on you – designated drivers highly recommended!
Pairings: BBQ, Latin American, Middle Eastern, Chocolate
Legend says a mysterious woman with a chalice of red ale marked Conn’s ascension to the unified throne of Ireland. This ale is truly fit for a king. Aromas of biscuit hover over this ale’s creamy, mocha-colored head and caramel-red body. This beer is reminiscent of a barley wine style with its huge malt profile. The rich toffee notes and natural carbonation create a velvety mouth feel that satisfies to the bottom of the chalice.
Pairings: BBQ, English, German, Irish, Spanish
Ol’ Republic’s version of this classic is a purple-hued black ale with a light mocha-colored head. It has a rich, silky mouth feel, bold malt flavors and aromas and a creamy finish. Hop character is low, empowering its toffee and caramel malt profile to be the highlight while not losing the subtle smoky character inherent to this style.
Deep copper in color with a rich cream-colored head, this fabulous lager blends subtle floral and spice accents with gentle aromas of caramel and toasted malts. The mouth feel is lively and very complex as layers of Noble hops marry with eight malts to produce a beer sure to please Anton Dreher (father of the Vienna Lager). The finish is moderately long and very entertaining, with a subtle Noble reminder that this beer is generously hopped, but very refined. This beer takes six months to make!
Pairings: BBQ, German, Latin American, Middle Eastern
A neighborhood brewpub in Bernal Heights, Old Bus is an expression of the humble, steady and unfettered approach we take to our brewing, cooking and cocktails. Brewers Ben and John start from classicAMerican and Belgian styles that are reinterpreted through experimentation. While we love big, unusual beers as much as any beer geek, we strive to balance those with brews that are enjoyable from start to finish, day after day. After eight years of home-brewing, our new steam-fired four barrel brewhouse is a big step up for us. But it's still small enough to give us the freedom to experiment with new recipes and ingredients each batch.
This English-style Mild ale is medium bodied and malt-forward with just a touch of spicy, earthy English hops. Subtle chocolate and nutty flavor. Crushable!
Pairings: Goat gouda
This Imperial IPA is loaded with the dankest, juiciest hops around. You gotta hit this, chief!
Pairings: Bacon Cheeseburger
Roasty american porter brewed with coconut
Easy drinking clean and true to style
Easy drinking lager slight sweetness.
Ipa brews with a freshly cut 5' Doug Fir tree.
Full mouth feel and slightly biscuity from Maris Otter barley along with subtle sharpness from rye. Great fruity aroma from Amarillo hops.
Pairings: Garlic Fries!
Not very bitter, but very aromatic, full bodied IPA. Nice mango and apricot notes. Our flagship beer! Named after the Sunset Line & Twine building in Petaluma.
Pairings: Almost anything, but really nice with light pastas.
Pine Street Brewery was designed so that our products would be available for many different palates in many different communities. There is a unique Pine Street in almost every area. We intend for our beer, interpretations of classic styles, to unite people across the US, one beer at a time.
The roots of this beer run deep. We have been re-working it for almost a quarter century. With an emphasis on being smooth and deceptively complex. The Scythe is as dark as night and changes dramatically temperature. Start it out at 40 degrees and let it warm as you slowly imbibe. We invite you to sit back and enjoy the ride.
Pairings: Three words. Bar b que! Maybe that's one. Slow cooked meats and olde fashioned ice cream.
We love beer, and in particular, when beer taste like beer. We believe the Sonoma Coast PILS embodies this ideology to its core. Incredibly satiating and classically clean. The beer to have in front of you when you really want a BEER. The perceived simplicity of this beer is the result of years of equipment design and ingredient research. We built our brewery specifically to make this beer. We love this beer and hope you become enamored by it too.
Pairings: Grilled fish and vegetables terrines. Spicy chicken nachos are great too!
Cudera is an Italian ant that has a red head and a black body, a figurative image of how this beer is created. We take un-fermented beer and un-fermented wine, blend them, then co-ferment them with both a beer and a wine yeast. Etienne Hunyady of Bolgheri, Tuscany and Jan-Erik Paino of Ruhstaller, Sacramento, California combine their passions to bring you Cudera. This particular batch is made with Napa Cabernet grape must.
The Test IPA was born in our RFR+D Program. It has had many code names, including Blanco and Citra Mafia. When visitors to the Taproom liked it and we couldn’t stop drinking it ourselves, we realized that perhaps we had something worth sharing. With this beer, we are in a perpetual state of refinement. We are constantly changing the hop varietals and ratios of each Test IPA, getting feedback, and then scaling them up again.
Medium in body and bright in flavor, New Frontier is a new-world interpretation on a classic Kölsch style. Japanese satsuma provides notes of zesty citrus, while Pacific Northwest Douglas Fir lends a light pine aroma to the finish. Specialty ingredients for New Frontier are donated by Whole Foods Market, while Brewers Supply Group provided the malt and hops, and White Labs provided the yeast. For additional information on New Frontier, please visit sfbeerweek.org/collab
Pairings: Chilled shrimp, jicama, cucumber, white onion, cilantro and avocado with a spicy citrus sauce on a crispy tostada chip. Visit the SFBG Collaboration Bar for your complimentary bite, courtesy of Whole Foods Market.
We craft beer in small batches to offer our customers flavorful, easy-to-drink beer.
This amber ale is a well-balanced, full flavored beer with a rich, malty body and a pleasant caramel character. It begins with a range of floral and citrus hop notes capped by a clean bitterness. Named in honor of San Francisco’s historic landmark known for its infamous inmates and gangsters, every refreshing sip will bring you closer to “The Rock”.
This is a twist on a Mexican Larger for the people of San Francisco and California! We pay it forward to the people that help make CA what it is today! Made with corn and grain, it gives it a great crispy and sweet taste with light hop notes. Enjoy on a warm summer day or any day!
Pucker up folks! At long last beer meets bread and the combination of the two is pure gold. So whether you are new to the 415 area or an original 49er you knead to try this classic sourdough yeast brew. Not for minors (get it?), this nontraditional sour promises seasonal tartness to satisfy any gold-seeker. The pale ale grain recipe has been kettle soured with one of the oldest yeast starters in San Francisco and the result is a slice of heaven with a kick
The coffee lover’s consummate beer. Brewed with an abundance of bitter and imported TCHO chocolates, and Howls Owl A deep, honey-like body, with notes of ripe berry, chocolate-covered cherry, and sweet candied lemon coffee from Sight Glass Coffee, this stout has an intense fresh-roasted java nose topped with madagascar bourbon vanilla head that goes forever.
This barrel-aged oatmeal rye imperial stout spent 10 months in a bourbon barrel before it saw the light of day. The flavors of bourbon and oak intermingle with the roasted and toasted malt flavors of the base beer to create a delicious experience worth waiting for. 11.5% ABV.
Our Electric Tower IPA is an intensely West Coast style IPA. A firm malt base builds support for the abundance of hops, allowing hints of pine, citrus, and tropical fruit to shine through and light up your palate.
Saratoga Gap scotch ale is a malt forward beer full of toasted barley flavors, with a touch of caramel, dried fruit, earthy hops, and slight alcohol quality. Named after the intersection of Skyline Boulevard and Highway 9. 9.6% ABV
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Beerception is a beer within a beer within a beer. This is our chocolate oatmeal stout aged in whiskey barrels made from the same beer.
Crunk Dunkel is light and sweet dunkel, dark and malty with hints of vanilla.
This Hood's Kolsch is our super sessionable and crisp Kolsch.
Citrus-Heavy hops in a dry, yet assertive IPA - At Beer Camp, no beer style is off limits, so we jumped at the idea of doing a Golden IPA using wheat malt for a light, dry body and bold American and experimental hops for intense citrus flavor. The perfect spring seasonal, we invite you to enjoy this year’s Beer Camp encore.
Pairings: Grilled Fish, Blackened Chicken
Cactus adds a twist to the traditional gose style. On our search for the perfect warm weather beer, we wanted something light bodied and thirst quenching, yet filled with complex and interesting flavors. We stumbled across the fruit of the prickly pear cactus, native to California. This tangy fruit is a great complement to the tart and refreshing traditional gose style beer. Otra Vez combines prickly pear cactus with a hint of grapefruit for a refreshing beer that will have you calling for round after round. Otra Vez!
Pairings: Thai or Vietnamese Doddle Dishes, Grilled Mahi, Pickled Watermelon Salad
A Pale Ale with a twist - A new take on the hoppy pale ale brewed with Cascade, Equinox, and Mandarina hops with a hint of orange peel from additions in both the brew kettle and the fermenter that tweak the classic hop profile and add a zesty pop of bright orange flavor.
Pairings: Grilled Salmon, Indian Bhel Puri Salads, Orange Glazed Chicken
For maximum hop flavor, adding hops all at once just won’t cut it. We need to add hops, and then add some more, and just when you think we’ve added enough, we hit the beer with another dose, again and again and again. This double IPA does just that, takes a ludicrous amount of hops and spreads them out over time for a deep and complex wall of hop flavor, sure to have you returning to this beer, time and again.
A tropical take on the American IPA - Inspired by the island life, we created an IPA completely disconnected from the mainland. We used our one-of-a-kind Hop Torpedo to deliver an intense rush of hop flavor and the lush aromas of mango, papaya, and passion fruit with every sip. Enjoy our tropical twist on the American IPA.
Pairings: Spicy Szechwan Beef, Jerk Chicken, Thai Green tofu Curry
Established in 2010, Social Kitchen and Brewery, which is located only steps from Golden Gate Park, is a favorite San Francisco destination for craft beer enthusiasts and food lovers alike. Using fresh and seasonal ingredients, we offer contemporary comfort food, inventive cocktails, and 18 draft handles that pour delicious and unique beers-and since our beers are made right on site, they're as fresh as they come. Combine all these ingredients with your friends and you'll find yourself in the middle of a memorable Social experience!
an exotic hop experience, like cruising through a jungle full of rare fruit trees. experimental x331, liberty, meridian, and sterling hops provide an array of aromas ranging from ripe guava, kalamansi, mangos, lemon peel, and flowers.
Pairings: spicy bbq honey pork
our 2015 great american beer festival gold medal winner. elegantly balanced copper colored ale with notes of honey, nuts, dried apricot, and black currant. full flavored and highly quaffable.
Pairings: mushy minted peas
belgian brown ale brewed with lactose and conditioned on cocoa nibs. big chocolaty aromas combine with notes of banana bread and graham crackers. a creamy & luscious body is cut short by the dark chocolate leaving a dry finish full of cocoa.
Pairings: jerk chicken wings
belgian tripel brewed with jasmine rice and refermented with a blend of brettanomyces strains. crisp, dry, and woody with a dissorienting fruity aroma and a pinch of funk provided by the wild yeast. unique and exotic with deceptively high abv.
Southern Pacific Brewing owes its name to the Southern Pacific railroad line that ran down Harrison Street in the early 1900s, transporting the products of San Francisco factories and craftspeople to points throughout the West. A 10,000sf warehouse located in what was once the Mission’s industrial heart, the building itself is a testament to the area’s history. Clean, dry, true-to-style beers are the main features of a drinks lineup that boasts many attractions, including unique guest brews and high-caliber specialty cocktails.
Combining Southern techniques with San Francisco sensibilities to create a Southern oasis in the Mission. Craft beer brewed in house, whiskey flowin' like water.
Legit since 1997, Speakeasy Ales & Lagers is a San Francisco craft brewery bringing great beer from the underground to the masses. Shhh....
Baby Daddy Session IPA is sunny straw in color and loaded with hops. The aroma and flavor yield citrus and tropical notes: grapefruit, melon, lime, passion fruit, and a touch of spice will delight your palate. Baby Daddy Session IPA has a full balanced body, with a crisp finish and low bitterness. It’s an ideal choice for long afternoons with friends.
Pairings: For the carnivore: From a juicy burger to a fine steak, Baby Daddy will clean and refresh your palate, so each morsel can be savored just like your first bite. Cheese Pairing: Choose a mild blue like Gorgonzola. Enjoy it solo or crumbled over a citrusy salad. Some like it hot: Go for some curry. Spices like tamarind, coriander, and cardamom play well with hops, which also cut through creamy yogurt or butter-based sauces.
Blood Orange Double Daddy Imperial IPA raises the stakes with a powerful dose of complex citrus flavors. Dry-hopped with Amarillo, Nelson, Simcoe, and Mosaic, the aroma is lush and pungent with notes of grapefruit, apricot, mango, tangerine, and pine. A late addition of blood orange juice and pulp adds an extra layer of orange flavor with overtones of strawberries and raspberries. Fresh pale malts deliver a touch of biscuit and orange marmalade.
Pairings: For the carnivore: Fried and spicy foods like hot wings and spicy lamb vindaloo will stand up well against Double Daddy’s assertive character. Vegetarian: Bitter-braised greens with citrus vinaigrette, cold soba noodle salad with sesame oil, or anything with yuzu will bring out the crisp citrus notes. For dessert: Spiced desserts with butter and crème brûlée will round out this Imperial IPA’s bitter hop profile.
Created exclusively for release during SF Beer Week 2017, Pop Gun Pilsner Oak-aged & Unfiltered is a small batch limited edition version of our classic session beer that was aged on oak spirals and lagered for three months. Packaged unfiltered, the beer has a more robust body and a toasted oak character, with layers of honey and a touch of malty sweetness. German Magnum, Hallertau, and Saphir hops balance the malt with a crisp bitter finish and infuse the aroma with tangerine, spice, and floral notes.
Pairings: The versatility of pilsner makes it a delicious pairing with all sorts of meaty goodness, including salty ham, spicy wings, bratwurst, or even sushi. For cheese, choose a mild cheddar or a delicate fresh and younger bloomy-rind cheese. Dessert options include fresh berries or lemon shortbread cookies.
Syndicate Series No. 03 pours black as night with a golden brown head. Aromas of vanilla, coffee, oak, molasses, licorice, dark chocolate, and toffee, rise from the glass. Upon first sip, chocolate and coffee flavors continue to build, coalescing with raisins, dates, currants, a touch of black pepper, and tobacco. This beer is dessert, reminiscent of rum cake and tiramisu, but it’s not overly sweet. It’s balanced, creamy, and medium to full bodied
Pairings: Ribeye Steak, Strawberry Cheesecake
Our friends at Bella Rosa Coffee Company of Santa Rosa roast beans with an innovative process, producing beans with a remarkably low acidity level. Their Roasters Reserve is featured in this stout, which accentuates smooth coffee notes.
Pairings: 6.5% ABV replacement for an iced coffee
A big IPA fermented with Belgian yeast, which adds richness to the body of the beer. A complex IPA, it carries refreshment to the palate with a clean, dry-hopped bite. Belgian yeast balances the full hoppy flavor with tropical fruitiness & spicy notes. California State Fair Commercial Craft Brewing Competition 2015 - Silver: Specialty IPA
Pairings: Sharp or tangy cheeses, such as apricot stilton or aged cheddar; Rare meats, carpaccio, or prime rib with horseradish sauce; spicy Thai dishes; crème brulee.
Pale ale with Callista hops all the way through. We liked the hop so much we built a beer around it! We used a light hand to add just enough Munich malt to bring balance. Generously dry hopped to get it all up in your nose.
Crisp, clean, and quaffable - we don't mess with a favorite from Cologne. Noble German hops give this beer a pleasing flavor and clean finish. German pilsner malt and a little wheat keep this beer light and smooth.
True to style, this porter is English as fuuuuuuu - we mean, Big Ben. Dark chocolate, a wee bit of coffee, and a malty smoothness combine for a surprisingly sessionable dark beer.
A traditional french saison brewed with oranges and tangerines. Citra hops complement the citrus flavors, while wheat malt brings body and depth. A surprisingly drinkable beer despite the 6.8% ABV
Stand Up Triple IPA is a behemoth of a beer, standing tall at 10.8% ABV with equally elevated aroma and flavor. A complex, layered malt base is balanced by an assertive hop bitterness. A monstrous dry-hop with simcoe, amarillo, and centennial hops allows the aroma to burst with notes of guava, pine, and tangerine.
Two Seam IPA was first brewed in celebration of Strike's 2nd anniversary at their 10th Street location. A simple malt base and moderate bitterness allow the irresponsibly large dry hop of Mosaic and Amarillo hops to shine. The result boasts a glorious aroma of mango, apricot, and pine, with a dry finish that will have you coming back for more.
Our Extra Special Bastard. Blimey is that tasty English premium style that's been hit with the Stumptown Bastard stick. A bit more aggressive than the Rat in terms of malt profile, hops, color and ABV. It's the balance that separates it from an IPA.
Light, dry, unfiltered and very smooth. The subtle fruit esters from fermentation compliment citrus (orange peel) and coriander for a very refreshing summer time pop.
It's all in the name...
Rat Bastard was the first beer brewed here at Stumptown and a Blue Ribbon Winner at the California State Fair. It really was a beer that named itself( although many of the regulars here will tell you it was named in their honor).
Athlete-founded, women-owned, gluten-removed premium craft beer based in San Francisco.
Our Epic Pilsner is big, bright and especially satisfying on a hot day or after a good sweat. With farmhouse-style notes, a touch of caramel and a hint of spice, the Epic's saaz hops brings a zesty start, followed by a rich grain flavor to finish like a winner.
Pairings: cajun shrimp, chicken curry
The Taper was developed for a rest day, but pairs well with our favorite activities. This IPA sports a classic blend of citrus and floral notes with hints of orange blossom and pine. It's bitterness and hop aroma are balanced by a bright, clean finish for excellent drinkability.
Pairings: Pretzels and mustard, hard cheese
Outer Sunset's family-friendly restaurant and brewery.
Traditional west coast style IIPA. Light bodied and heavily dry hopped.
Pairings: Bacon cheeseburger
Traditional London Brown Alw with hints of toffee and a smooth finish
Pairings: Fish and Chips
A solera golden ale aged in a French Oak foudre. Myriad strains of Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus give this beer a pleasant lemon tartness and subtle fruity funk.
Pairings: A brie, green apple, fig jam sandwich; goat milk ice cream; gummy bears
A sour brown ale, which spent 18 months aging in wine barrels. Notes of fruit leather are balanced by a strong oak character.
Pairings: Venison goulash; cheese cake with raspberries
Impossible Soul is a golden sour beer aged in oak barrels with tart cherries and sweet cherries. Fermented with Saccharomyces, Brettanomyces, Lactobacillus and some other special microorganisms, this blend displays notes of cherry preserves with hints of lemony tartness. At the heart of this beer lies an Impossible Soul: seductively tart, yet timidly sweet.
Map of the Moon is a golden sour beer aged in oak barrels with twice the amount of apricots that we normally use in our fruited sour beers. Fermented with a special blend of microorganisms, this sour beer showcases notes of both ripe and dried apricots. Bright and juicy, Map of the Moon will guide you to a realm of apricot bliss.
Shadows of Their Eyes is a dark sour beer aged in oak barrels. Fermented with Brettanomyces yeast and Lactobacillus bacteria, this sour features aromas of dark chocolate that compliment notes of black cherries, strawberries, and tart plums.
Soliloquy is a golden sour beer aged in oak barrels with rose hips and orange peel. Fermented with Brettanomyces and Saccharomyces yeast and soured with Lactobacillus and Pediococcus bacteria, this sour beer features aromas of citronella and jasmine with flavors of fresh squeezed orange juice and lemon zest.
This is the first release of our new winter seasonal, Imperial Stout. This beast of a beer is deceptively smooth as it wraps you in its dark, velvety embrace.
We brew Double Standard Double IPA once a year for SF Beer Week. It has a big, hop forward flavor and a smooth finish for such a big IPA. We dry hop this beer twice so it has double the hop aroma.
Puddle Jumper Mosaic is a single hop variant of our award winning Puddle Jumper Pale Ale. This west coast style Pale Ale has a distinct mango character from the Mosaic hops.
Stop, Drop, and Rye Saison is the newest addition to our Saison series at Third Street Aleworks. This hazy, golden beer has subtle spicy/clove notes from the rye and saison yeast and finishes very dry.
ThirstyBear Brewing Company is San Francisco's only certified organic brewery serving craft ales and lagers, Spanish tapas, cocktails and wine.
West Coast IPA brewed with a touch of dark crystal malt and generously hopped with Magnum, Centennial and Cascade. Dry-hopped with Mosaic.
Pairings: Asian chicken wings with a vinegar/fish sauce base garnished with jalapeno peppers
Golden ale infused with organic vanilla beans and TCHO cocoa bibs
Pairings: Crema Catalan or churros with a bittersweet chocolate dip.
SF Beer Week collaboration with Santa Cruz Mountain Brewery. Amber California Common brewed with Maplewood smoked Munich malt and hopped with local Gargoyle and Ivanhoe hops.
Pairings: Meat on open flame.
Rye ale fermented with Belgian yeast, aged in American White Oak barrels for 7 months that previously held Spirit Works Distilling "Straight Rye Whiskey" from Sebastopol CA, Sonoma County.
Pairings: Veal sausage in a beurre blanc sauce.
Light Belgian ale split between American Oak barrels inoculated with Brettanomyces Bruxellensis and French Oak barrels inoculated with Brettanomyces Clausenii. Aged eight months with cherries.
Pairings: Sorbet or a flourless lemon tort
This wonderful hop forward IPA contains Kohatu, Citra and Mosaic hops, offset by just a touch of malt. Proceeds from Decent Spot will be donated to Bay Area housing organizations in the support of the housing crisis in the Bay Area.
This West Coast IPA contains 5 hop varieties. Do not operate a ladder while drinking.
This refined triple IPA is brewed with Pacific NW hops and will leave you... yes, nodding and smiling.
This blonde ale is brewed with East Kent Goldings and Nelson Sauvin hops.
Triple Voodoo is a premium craft brewery located in the historic Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. We specialize in combining the best qualities of Belgian and West Coast styles of brewing to create unique and interesting beer. Our tap room features 16 rotating taps of our craft beers and is open 7 days a week.
Hybrid German Czech Pilsner
Winterscotch ale made with smoked malt
Imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels
An award-winning German style Pilsner, Trumer Pils is characterized by a distinct hops flavor, high carbonation and light body. A combination of Saaz and Austrian hops, malt mashing process and proprietary yeast make Trumer Pils unique among beers.
Our golden ale is brewed with toasted poppy seeds. Bold esters on the nose and a delightful nutty finish.
Nutty brown lager dry hopped with Cascade, Chinook, CTZ, Magnum, and Summit.
Our flagship beer, a Belgian-style dubbel brewed with lemongrass, kaffir lime leaf, and coriander, which then spent a year in 3rd generation chardonnay barrels. It has hints of brett along with a wild saccharomyces strain.
Our salute to California lagers is brewed with Bonny Doon lavender blossoms. Light, crisp, and crushable.
A collaboration with High Water Brewing, this is a smoked strong scotch ale brewed with peat and beech smoked malt, and a dry addition of heather blossoms.
Woods Beer Co. is a small brewing company with locations in San Francisco and Oakland. We make adventurous beers for curious drinkers.
Our take on BiRite's superlative scoop, a syrupy swirl of sweet stone fruit, dancing dates and candied plums, smoothly oozing under a candy caramel crust.
Rich and rough as rusted iron, a red-sky dawn roiling with chocolate-cherry clouds, bitter rain on warm wet earth.
A double IPA aged in Laphroaig barrels: Twining tartan hop vines above the peat bog, swaying in sea spray and salt: wool-wrapped and earthy, a rusted blade, a kilt-clad grapefruit.
Strong citrus hop flavor and aroma dominate the beer with a smooth, lingering bitterness on the finish.
A big malty Barleywine that is aggressively hopped and loaded with malt character.
Steak, arugula, grilled onions, mushrooms, swiss, mayo
Season Steak, Grilled onions, bell peppers, cherry peppers, firecrackin sauce, swiss
Teriyaki Beef, pineapple, romaine, firecrackin sauce, cheddar jack cheese, pico
Grilled mushrooms, onions, bell peppers, arugula, pico, firecrackin sauce, swiss
Steak, onions, cheddar cheese sauce *Chicken also available per request*
Garlic Fries - $6
garlic, parmesan cheese, parsley
Plain Fries - $3
Beef Chili Fries - $10
House made chili, cheddar cheese, onions, cilantro, cherry peppers
Clam Chowder - $6
Chili Cup - $6
— Pepperoni, Pineapple & Serrano Peppers
— Crab Alfredo
— Spinach, Mushroom & Artichoke Hearts
— Smoked Pork Belly, Caramelized Onions, Roasted Garlic, Gorgonzola & Mozzarella Cheese
Apple Chicken Blue
Mixed greens, apple slices, chicken breast, gorgonzola cheese & candied pecans
Roasted Beet Goat Cheese
Mixed greens, roasted beets, mandarin slices, goat cheese, & candied pecans. (Balsamic Dressing)
Garlic Rosemary Fries - $8
Fries, fresh garlic, sea salt, rosemary & rosemary aioli
Fried Lobster Mac n Cheese Balls - $14
(Gouda & Monterey Jack cheese) with garlic-lemon aioli
BBQ Brisket Fries - $14
Fries, smoked beef brisket, habanero crema & cilantro
Yonkers Gyro - $9.50
Grilled marinated lamb-beef served on a warm pita with diced cucumbers, tomatoes and onions, shredded lettuce, and topped with tzatziki sauce. *Crumbled Feta for 50c extra
Chelsea Chicken Gyro - $9
Grilled Greek marinated chicken thigh served on a warm pita with diced cucumbers, tomatoes, onions and shredded lettuce, topped with tzatziki sauce. *Crumbled Feta for 50c extra
Manhattan Moussaka - $8.50
Layers of Greek-herb grilled eggplant and yellow squash, marinated artichoke hearts, marinated grilled red peppers & onions, sliced olives, and feta served on a warm pita with diced cucumbers, tomatoes and onions, shredded lettuce, and topped with tzatziki sauce.
Wall St. S&P - $9
Italian seasoned ground sausage with grilled red peppers & onions, topped with marinara sauce, and finished with graded Parmesan Reggiano, served on a warmed sub roll.
Central Park Parm (Chicken) - $11
Breaded grilled chicken breast, smothered with marinara sauce, melted provolone and graded Parmesan Reggiano.
Hoboken Hoagie (Italian Cold-Cut Combo) - $10
Sliced Genoa, hard Italian salami, pepperoni, hot Capicola, smoked ham, and sliced provolone served on soft Italian bread with pickled peppers, olives, lettuce, tomatoes and onions with a red wine vinaigrette and topped with grated Parmesan Reggiano.
Pelham Parmesan (Eggplant) - $9
Layers of breaded grilled Italian seasoned eggplant with grilled red peppers and onions, topped with marinara sauce and melted provolone cheese.
Bronx Bomb - $11
Grilled lamb-beef smothered with grilled red peppers and onions, topped with melted provolone and finished with pickled peppers and a garlic chipotle aoli on a warmed sour-dough sub roll.
Chicken Cheesequake - $10
Grilled marinated chicken breast, smothered with grilled red peppers and onions, topped with melted provolone & finished with pickled peppers and a garlic chipotle aoli on a warmed sour-dough sub roll.
Brooklyn Bella - $10
Marinated Portabella mushroom grilled with red peppers and onions, topped with melted provolone and finished with assorted pickled peppers and our garlic chipotle aoli.
Bacon spicy fried rice, lettuce, and a choice of meat with magic sauce. * Vegetarian option available.
Bulgogi beef burger with cheese, lettuce and magic sauce.
2 soft tacos with bacon spicy fried rice, lettuce, choice of meat, magic sauce and onion.
2 choices of meat, lettuce over steamed rice and magic sauce.
Mushroom, beansprout, zucchini, onion, lettuce over steamed rice, and fried egg on top. * Gluten free, dairy free.
Bulgogi beef, kimchi, lettuce, cheese on tortilla chips with hot and magic sauce over.
Bulgogi beef, kimchi, lettuce, melted cheese with magic and hot sauce over french fries.
4 pieces of pot stickers.
5 pieces of fried shrimp.