Pilot brewed at our Propagator brewhouse. Made with the C-hops: Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Citra, CTZ & Cashmere, this incredibly easy drinking Pale Ale has a balanced malt backbone with an abundance of citrus, grapefruit & pineapple notes.
With loud flavors of bruised fruit and crushed citrus, In Bloom Double IPA is a super-soaker filled with juice blasting your palate at will. It's hazy appearance foreshadows the juicy hop flavor approaching, eventually bogging down your senses with notes of ruby red grapefruit juice, candied peaches, and fresh picked melon. With a soft bitterness, a full body, and a blend of British base malts, In Bloom can be sessionably chewy while accentuating the battalion of hops coating your mouth. While you are busy trying to sing along with the melody of hops please stay aware that you are drinking a fairly big beer and restraint is suggested. In Bloom Double IPA might drink like an acoustic ballad, but its flavor profile is like smashing your guitar through stage monitors. Enjoyed best with good friends and Rock ‘n Roll.
An American Red Ale, brewed for the sophistication of anchorman Ron Burgundy. Deep in a rich mahogany color, balanced maltiness, followed by a pronounced hop character. A pungent hop aroma and flavor is delivered by the use of Columbus, Summit, and Cascade hops; followed by a medium bitterness.
Safehouse Saison is bright and golden in color. This is a rustic version inspired by the old Farmhouse beers brewed by Belgian and French farmers to quench their thirst during the summer months. Fruity and spicy esters dominate the aroma with a hint of peppery spice. Black peppercorns were used while brewing to compliment the aromatic Belgian yeast strain. An easy drinking ale, it has a smooth taste with a lingering finish and a subtle malt character.
Subtly sour and a little sweet, this ale is a refreshing take on a nearly extinct German style, gose. Watermelon is the highlight of this lightly-hopped treat and gives it a hint of satisfying juiciness. The soft mouthfeel and dry finish comes courtesy of the addition of sea salt, a traditional gose ingredient.
Ramble on Rose was aged in used wine barrels for 12 months with locally grown blueberries, rose buds, rosehips and pink peppercorns. Refreshingly tart and crisp with flavors of berries and the aroma of the American Beauty rose.
This creamy and crazy ale takes our Burnt Fog Smoked Porter recipe, drops the smoked malt and adds peanut butter, chocolate and lactose sugar. The combination produced a creamy peanut butter cup of a beer fitting of a celebration and capable of easing the winter doldrums. Nukin’ Futz was brewed for our 3rd anniversary on New Year’s Eve but will continue as an occasional release.
The new ingredient is lactose, a.k.a. milk sugar. When Velvet Merlin is brewed with milk sugar to create Nitro Merlin Milk Stout, the effect is similar to adding cream to your dark roasted coffee. The result is a stout that is still dark and roasty, but now with a mellow sweetness and added roundness of body.
San Francisco's famous Anchor Steam®, the classic of American brewing tradition since 1896, is virtually handmade, with an exceptional respect for the ancient art of brewing. The deep amber color, thick creamy head, and rich flavor all testify to our traditional brewing methods. Anchor Steam is unique, for our brewing process has evolved over many decades and is like no other in the world. Anchor Steam derives its unusual name from the 19th century when "steam" seems to have been a nickname for beer brewed on the West Coast of America under primitive conditions and without ice. The brewing methods of those days are a mystery and, although there are many theories, no one can say with certainty why the word "steam" came to be associated with beer. For many decades Anchor alone has used this quaint name for its unique beer. In modern times, "Steam" has become a trademark of Anchor Brewing.
The flavor: cold. The crushability: maximum. Ice is our very first pils, and it brings the noise. Hopped with Czech Saaz and Australian Summer hops, before, like, so many weeks of lagering, Ice packs the flavor of the mighty San Diego mountains into a compact 4.8% ABV package.
Export is inspired by the bold and often overlooked lagers of northern Germany: hearty beers that reflect the hard-working industrial nature of the region. Our mineral-rich water provides a crisp bite similar to the waters of Dortmund. With the full malt flavor of a Helles lager and the punchy hop character of a Czech pilsner, Export is a crisp, clean beer that’s the perfect reward for a hard day’s work.
Westfalia packs rich, caramel flavors into a rounded, mahogany body through a colorful blend of creamy malts. Traditionally fermented at cooler temperatures, Westfalia’s rotbier style showcases a layered malt profile that creates a smooth, satisfying mouthfeel, perfect for any meal or enjoyed on its own. Inspired by a trip to Nuremberg, Germany, Westfalia imports an exemplary red ale to audiences closer to home.
Like Lady Liberty, we stand for independence and perseverance. In the pursuit of innovative beer, there is no obstacle too great. No journey too long. No fruit too gigantic. This American wheat beer is brewed with real watermelon, for a flavor that’s surprisingly crisp, dry and refreshing—summer in a can.
Fruitlands is tart, fruity, and frighteningly delicious. The sour, salty base beer lays the funky refreshment, while generous additions of cherries, raspberries, cranberries, and lemon transform the whole thing into a wall-to-wall fruit fiesta. It's a marvelous mix of elements that collides with your mouth like a fruit-filled asteroid of flavor traveling at the supersonic speed of party.
Mighty Dry is a champagne-like cider that pairs perfectly with any moment of the day. It’s just dry enough. It's perfectly balanced, and crispy (if not crispier) as biting into a freshly picked apple. Pairs greatly with pork, shellfish, fried plantains, or savory veggie dishes.
Our flagship semi-sweet hard cider. Our attempt at the perfect sip! Strong fruity apple characteristics accompanied by the refreshing tartness of biting into a ripe apple. *** Formerly known as South City Cider ***
A true “West Coast” IPA, which is hop forward without the extreme hop bitterness. Light in body and color; this beer is bursting with huge citrus and tropical aromas. The name comes from the Rolling Stone’s song “Gimme Shelter”, which is also the name of the movie that documents the Altamont Concert of 1969.
Subtle, textured and introspective, Mosaic Park is a single hop pale ale with quiet depth. Our house yeast builds a distinctive, well-rounded base, which in turn helps accentuate Mosaic hops’ full palette of flavors: berries, grass, grapes and papaya. This is a beer for winding down -- the perfect accompaniment to a rooftop sunset, or watching the fog roll in after a day at the beach.