Are you a family friendly establishment?
At our Howard Street location, we are a 21+ brewery and do not allow any persons under the age of 21.
At our Mission Street location, all aged are welcome.
Do you accept reservations?
Both locations operate on a first come first serve basis. If you’d like to get a table, come on in and pay attention to groups that look to be wrapping up.
Do you sell giftcards?
Yes! They are physical cards. They are available in the tasting room or on our online store and they can be used at both locations.
Do you sell kegs to individuals for home consumption?
We do not. We wish we could but our brewery is too small right now.
Do you host private parties?
We would never want to close our tasting room to the public on a day we are supposed to be open. At Howard Street we are closed Mondays & at Mission Street we are closed Tuesdays. Please email us if you are interested in a booking a private party on a Monday or a Tuesday.
Do you allow dogs?
Only service dogs are allowed at both locations.
Do you serve wine?
At our Howard Street location, Our “small beer manufacturer” alcohol license only allows us to serve beers brewed in house. No guest taps, no wine, no spirits. We wish we could at least serve a cider to accommodate those who are gluten free but our license simply does not allow for this.
At our Mission Street location we have wine, cider & guest taps 🙂
Do you sell kegs to bars outside of the Bay Area?
Right now our focus is on bars that are super close to us. Most styles of beer do not travel very well, especially the hoppy ones. For quality control reasons we have chosen to keep the vast majority of our beer in local accounts.
Is your beer or food available togo?
At our Howard Street location, we have growlers & crowlers and usually a bottle or a can option as well. This website is updated in real time and has the togo options available noted on our tap list.
At our Mission Street location, we have growlers and usually a bottle or a can option as well. We are not doing our food for take out at this time due to our super tiny kitchen. We want to make sure our guests inside get the best quality food as quickly as possible.
We’d like to serve your beer in our establishment. Who is your distributor and can I get your beer?
We are a very small neighborhood brewery and our tasting room naturally receives priority for our beer. We self distribute our beers for the purpose of maintaining control and consistency. When our beer leaves our brewery’s coldbox it goes straight to the account’s coldbox and is kept out of the sun, away from warm temperatures and served very quickly. We aim to establish good working relationships with bars and restaurants we highly respect and that is where you will find our beers. Legally we can not publish a list of where our beer is sold but the general triangle of coverage if you will is Rohnert Park, CA to Santa Cruz, CA to Dublin, CA. We try to bring beer down to San Diego 2-3x a year as well. We are currently brewing and distributing our beer at full capacity with accounts we love and enjoy working with. While we are not interested in bumping any of them, it never hurts to make your presence known and to contact us if you are interested in carrying our beer in the future when we may add more capacity. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Does your brewer really have a rat tail?
May I see a sample menu?