q-cumber pale ale 5.5% abv / 36.4 ibu
English style pale ale infused with a variety of cucumbers, making this a very refreshing beer. Served in a pint glass. Like beer bloody mary's? Ask for it "Michelada" Style!
Imperial death star stout 9.5% abv / 69.5 ibu
This imperial stout has chocolate overtones, followed by a mild roast and a slight hop finish. This beer is fermented for one month on American Oak giving it a depth and slight oak flavor. Served in a tulip glass.
grapefruits of Wrath i.p.a 7.7% abv / 82.5 ibu
A strong I.P.A that has citrus and floral hops to compliment the flavors of grapefruit that is added post fermentation. A unique, refreshing beer dry hopped with the Belma hop. Served in a pint glass.
strawberry wheat 5.2% abv / 19.0 ibu
a wheat beer infused with a honey-strawberry jam. This beer is very sweet, similar to a wine spritzer. Served in a pint glass.
Raspberry wheat5.2% abv / 19.0 ibu
A wheat beer infused with a raspberry jam. This beer is very sweet, similar to a wine spritzer. Served in a pint glass.
Ipa cubed 10.1%abv/ 101.0 ibu
A triple I.P.A that is light in color and supremely hopped. Not too bitter on the front end, has a lingering hop on the back. Served in a 13 oz tulip glass.
Marty Mcrye P.A 6.7% abv/69.2 ibu
Brewed with over 40% rye grain this I.P.A. is amber in color, with an earthy hop profile, and a wild malt finish. The flavor of the rye grain is highlighted throughout each sip.
Chardonnay Wheat 5.3% ABV/ 22.3 IBU (tapped out)
A wheat beer fermented on Champagne Grapes and Chardonnay smoked oak. This beer is dry, crisp and slightly sweet. Release date: 4/13/17
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STONEY POINT STOUT
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.
ROYAL ROAd pale ale
A medium body ale with high citrus hop aroma and flavor; this beer takes its name from the Royal Road, El Camino Real.
O'MELVENY RED ALE
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.