A Kolsch-style ale blending Pils, Wheat, Carafoam, Vienna malts in an addition of Sterling hops. The result is a balance of lingering
malt flavors and a subtle hop finish. Light and smooth enough that the first glass invites a second. One of our most popular
beers in this two stop-light beach town.
4.8% Alcohol by Volume20 IBUs
No Avocados were harmed in the brewing of this beer. Instead, we add Avocado Honey: the bees go out into the Avocado orchards and
return with a gourmet, amber color honey. We add this to the boil while brewing resulting in an ale that quite literally has the
taste of sunlight in every sip. Honey malt and Sterling Hops combine for a uniquely smooth and a slightly sweet finish.
4.9% Alcohol by Volume.19 IBUs.
An American Style Pale Ale. We like to think that if there was a way to put the taste of paradise in a bottle, this would
be it. This crisp and even tasting beer is brewed from some of the finest American and English malts and Amarillo hops available.
It's a unique blend infused with hoppy flavors and aromas that is lively and engaging from the first sip. Rye malt is the secret
5.2% Alcohol by Volume38 IBUs
This full-bodied IPA features prominent Cascade, Centennial and Columbus hop aromas and flavors for an assertive bitterness,
complemented by English Maris Otter Malt for a deep copper body.
6.4% Alcohol by Volume67 IBUs
This beer falls into the Old Ale class of beers, a tradition of beers and brewing style emphasizing rich malt flavors, caramel
sweetness, and a balanced finish. On the rare occasions we run out of this one at the tasting room, the locals give us an ear full.
We can't blame them.
6.8% Alcohol by Volume36 IBUs
Gold Medal: 2013 World Beer Championships
Gold Medal: 2012 LA County International Beer Competition
Silver Medal: 2002 GABF
Third Place Medal 2012 Cal State Fair
One of our most decorated beers to date. The Starry Night Stout is an intensely rich and robust foreign-style stout balancing
intense malt character and hoppy bitterness: Dark, roasted specialty malts meet Magnum hops, with flaked barley added for the creamy
head this style is known for.
7.4% Alcohol by Volume.50 IBUs.