These easy-drinking East Bay-made craft brews make a no-brainer gift for beer-loving dads.
Whether you prefer sour, IPAs or ambers, the East Bay has plenty of brews to quench your thirst during the 10-day beer extravaganza.
This monthly meetup serves not only as a congregation for Bay Area queer beer lovers, but as a resource for those seeking a more inclusive culture in the greater beer community.
Owner Michelle Baker makes small-batch, Old World-style beers using local ingredients in a 210-square-foot brewhouse designed for minimal environmental impact.
SF Beer Week starts Friday, Feb. 1. Here are our top picks for parties, collaborations, tap takeovers and other events happening on our side of the bay.
Scott and Veronica Davidson grew up in Albany and live within walking distance of their brewery, which they opened with the help of community crowdfunding.
Founders Sean Wells and Tim Sellmeyer are full-time veterinary surgeons by day, but their love of beer led them to start a pet project — a brewery and taproom in Berkeley.
In a double-blind taste test, Lagunitas Brewing employees said the engineered beers had big hops flavors.
Are we on the brink of a barley revolution? Nosh sent two beerheads to The Rake to taste brews made with the freshest malt California has to offer.
We’ve picked the best bets for SF Beer Week events in the East Bay, including two spots where they’ll be pouring Pliny the Younger.
Want to get out for a drink, but can’t find a babysitter? Here are eight great East Bay spots where you can grab a beer or a glass of wine — and bring your kids.
The first offsite taproom for the South Bay brewery is going into the recently vacated La Botella Republic space downtown.