Golden Road Brewing has scaled back its plans to appease locals' concerns, but will it be enough for the corporate-owned brewery to open?
Plus: Update on Grease Box, a New Holland herring fest and a Sunday pig roast.
Members of the North Oakland beer crowd and some locals oppose a corporate-owned brewery's plan to move into in the area.
Los Angeles-based Golden Road Brewery plans to build a brewery and outdoor beer bar using shipping containers at 40th and Broadway.
The sprawling restaurant, beer garden and music venue boasts 42 taps and 13,000 square feet of space.
The downtown Berkeley restaurant that was known for its pies now features 12 tap beers from local breweries.
SF Beer Week starts Friday Feb. 10, and with it come countless parties, tap takeovers and other over-the-top events. Here's what we think is the best of what's on tap.
We've got news on two Oakland-grown drinking establishments set to grow this year.
Café Rouge, a Berkeley institution, will close after dinner service on Dec. 30. This news, and much more, in this week's Bites
Jake Freed and Hiroko Nakamura are looking to open The Periodic Table, a chemistry-themed taproom, next door to Emeryville's Shiba Ramen by next summer.
The soon-to-open downtown sandwich- and beer-centric café will double as a non-pretentious bike shop.
Even more beer is headed to the East Bay, plus T-Rex has new owners, Temescal has a new breakfast joint, and much more East Bay food news in this week's Bites.
Berkeley will soon get a new seafood-focused wine bar and Oakland's Laurel District is likely to gain two beer gardens — these details and more, in this week's Bites.