The sprawling restaurant, beer garden and music venue boasts 42 taps and 13,000 square feet of space.
Jessica Moncada took us on a tour of some of her favorite Oakland haunts while talking about her new venture.
The downtown Berkeley restaurant that was known for its pies now features 12 tap beers from local breweries.
Rosemarie Alejandrino went to Caffe Med on its penultimate night. It was empty and quiet, two words she would have never thought to describe the place that was always full of heart and lively chaos.
While its cool labels and allusions to Brooklyn may signal hipsterdom, Brooklyn West is in fact a casual, welcoming place catering to people new or somewhat unfamiliar to the world of wine.
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.
The industrial, yet cozy, bar in the Rockridge restaurant is a great place to wait out the next storm.
The brewery is currently open Thursdays through Sundays with at least six different beers on tap.
We've greatly expanded our East Bay drinks map. Look here first before you choose your next happy-hour location.
Oakland's got two new bars from the folks who own Drexl — The Miranda cocktail lounge and Fort Green, an updated sports bar.
John Fox, who confessed to running a wine Ponzi scheme from his Berkeley store, Premier Cru, was sentenced to six and a half years in prison for his crimes.
John Fox, the former owner of Premier Cru, was not a very good criminal, according to the government, but his cooperation with them may see him served fewer years in prison.
An expert in counterfeiting is concerned that the sale of old bottles and wooden crates from Premier Cru will help wine counterfeiters.
The contents of the Premier Cru office and warehouse in Berkeley will be auctioned off on Saturday, and they reveal much about John Fox, the former owner accused of a Ponzi scheme.