Hours of Operation:
CLOSED: Monday-Wednesday (to make beer) however we do fill growlers and sell 22 oz bottles to-go. Just call.
Thursday: 12pm - 10pm (last call at 10pm)
Friday: 12pm - 10pm (last call at 10pm)
Saturday: 12pm - 10pm (last call at 10 pm)
Sunday: 12pm - 7pm (last call at 7 pm)
Come in and experience San Fernando Brewing Company. All beers are brewed on site. Sit amongst the brew tanks and enjoy a cold pint of one of our San Fernando Valley inspired craft beers. Enjoy the atmosphere in our taproom, with free popcorn and pretzels, games for your leisure, free wi-fi and food trucks weekly. Please feel free to bring in your own food into the brewery at any time. However, no outside alcohol is permitted.
Our home is your home.
22oz individual bottles for sale To-Go or in a 4 pack mix 'n' match. Growlers also available to purchase to enjoy your favorite SFB Co. beer at home! We DO fill other breweries growlers, so bring them with you to fill up with one of our craft brews. *We only have 64 oz growlers caps on hand, so if you are bringing a different size, make sure you have a way to cap and seal them, otherwise we may not fill it.
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A roasted American style stout with chocolate and coffee aroma; this beer takes its name from a favorite rock climbing destination in the northwest valley.
A medium body ale with high citrus hop aroma and flavor; this beer takes its name from the Royal Road, El Camino Real.
A malty amber ale with a hint of sourdough, our latest beer recipe takes its name from the sprawling park in the far north valley.
This beer features a high hop bitterness balanced by a malty backbone, combined with a fruity aroma; we named this one after a street right here in the city of San Fernando.
A spicy wheat character with subtle melon flavor; this beer features an historic variety of wheat that was grown in California in the 1800's.