We brew small batches of fresh, exciting, and experimental beers, often in collaboration with our friends in the Bay Area’s vibrant food and drink world.

Our inspiration comes from far and wide, but our beers are deeply rooted here. Our approach is unconventional but our work is accessible and friendly: Adventurous brews for curious drinkers. Our beers are on constant rotation in our taprooms, offered seasonally and when available. 

 
 

Some of our favorites

 
 
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MateVeza IPA

IPA / 7.0% 

Flavored with a minty, herbal South American tea called yerba mate, our flagship IPA is slightly caffeinated, refreshingly bitter, and golden sweet as sunset on the Argentine pampas.

 

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Retro Pilsner

Pilsner / 4.8%

This traditional, unfiltered pilsner is bright and snappy, hazy sweet, like golden rays through cellar dust.

 

 
 
 
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Local Honey

Herbal Ale / 6.0%

Blossoming with scents of spring and the taste of Bay-Area honey, this special herbal brew is infused with our bees’ favorite flavors: fragrant, fennel-like yarrow, the resinous bite of eucalyptus, lavender’s sweet high note of mint and berry.

 

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Morpho

Herbal Ale / 6.0%

A tart, botanical beer made with yerba mate, hibiscus, and bay leaf for wine-like fruit and berry notes with a refreshing dry finish And just a touch of invigorating caffeine.

 

 
 
 
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Crusoe IPA

IPA / 8.0%

A homegrown IPA marooned in the tropics. Citrusy American hops set adrift on a funky wild yeast, sun kissed with sweet peach and mango. An unexpected vacation.

 

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Freeze Pop

Pale / 5.2%

Juicy green grapes bursting brain-freeze-bright straight from the ice chest; "sorry I drank the beer you were saving for dessert; it was delicious, so sweet and so cold."

 

 
 
 
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Islay

Double IPA / 9.0%

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.

 

Fernando

Herbal Ale / 6.6%

The Bay and Buenos Aires, port towns lapped by bitter waves, joined by one cult-classic: fernet and cola, sharp and sweet, secret herbs both burn and balm, pleasure, pain, perfection.