Alpine Beer Company – Nelson

Style: Rye Beer
ABV: 7.00%     IBU: 50.0

An outstanding hop from New Zealand, Nelson Sauvin, is generously used throughout the brewing and dry-hopping of this unique beer. European rye is added for a smooth, malty addition to flavor.



Ballast Point Brewing – Pineapple Sculpin

Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 7.00%     IBU: 70.0

Hopped in 5 different stages, this beer has flavors of apricot, mango and lemon. But this isn’t your regular Sculpin IPA - this verison has the addition of 100% fresh pineapple pure to create a new twist on an old favorite.



Ballast Point Brewing – Sculpin

Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 7.00%     IBU: 70.0

Our sculpin IPA is a great example of what got us into brewing in the first place. After years of experimenting, we knew hopping an ale at five separate stages would produce something special. The result ended up being this gold-medal winning ipa, whose inspired use of hops creates hints of apricot, peach, mango and lemon flavors, but still packs a bit of a sting, just like a sculpin fish.



Ballast Point Brewing – Watermelon Dorado

Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 10.00%     IBU: 90.0

Our Watermelon Dorado Double IPA is not one to back down from big flavors. Mash, kettle, and dry hopping blend to create a huge hop profile that is balanced with a blast of watermelon. The result is a refreshing brew that is all summer and no seeds.



Firestone Walker Brewing Co. – 805

Style: Blonde
ABV: 4.70%     IBU: 20.0

It’s not a unique idea, but one that everyone on the Central Coast understands… Call something “805” and it means local. As a regional craft brewer we have always known that the closer the beer is to where it was brewed, the fresher it is. In fact since 1996 our brewery has been built on fresh, local beers for the Central Coast…. so we created a beer just for our locals in the “805”.



Grupo Modelo – Corona Extra

Style: Lager
ABV: 4.50%     IBU: 0.0

Corona's refreshing, smooth taste offers the perfect balance between heavier European imports and lighter domestic beer. The aroma is fruity-honey with a touch of malt and the flavor is crisp and well-balanced between hops and malt, toward the malt side. Corona’s superior taste profile is due to the fact that our brewers take great care to use only the best ingredients available.



Karl Strauss Brewing Co. – Red Trolley

Style: Red Ale
ABV: 5.80%     IBU: 17.0

We brew it with a half ton of caramelized malts for a rich copper color and toffee flavor. After adding the perfect mix of hops for balance, we warm ferment the beer to bring out a hint of dried raisins and currants. The complexity of flavors makes Red Trolley Ale a hearty and truly enjoyable beer.



Lagunitas Brewing Co. – IPA

Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 6.20%     IBU: 46.0

A well-rounded, highly drinkable IPA. A bit of Caramel Malt barley provides the richness that mellows out the twang of the hops.



Mother Earth Brew Co. – Cali Creamin' -- NITRO

Style: Cream Ale
ABV: 5.20%     IBU: 21.0

One of our most popular beers ever, this light cream ale has a malty backbone thanks to some flaked corn and honey malt. A medium bodied cult classic, it is sure to woo the ladies, but also flavorful enough to satisfy the dudes. You’ll swear you were drinking a cream soda…but tricks are for kids.



Pentagonal Brewing Co. – Lineman Lager

Style: Lager
ABV: 5.00%     IBU: 12.0

An American craft lager that is light, crisp and refreshing with a smooth finish.



Stone Brewing Co. – Delicious IPA

Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 8.30%     IBU: 116.0

Brewed at the new Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Liberty Station. This bright and deep gold IPA is brewed with six great hops thrown into the mix, including the addition of two new hops (Mosaic and El Dorado) that Stone has never used before. It’s full bodied, dry and very bitter, with flavors of spiced bread, grapefruit, lemon, nectarine and pine.



The Dudes' Brewing Company – Juicebox Series: Boysenberry Wheat

Style: Hefeweizen
ABV: 5.40%     IBU: 0.0

It’s a tasty fruit with SoCal roots. We give you our Boysenberry Wheat Ale. First commercially cultivated by Walter Knott at his Buena Park farm, the boysenberry is known for its sweet, tart, juicy deliciousness. It’s mostly used in jams, pies, syrups, and now… beer! That’s right, we took a perfectly good wheat beer and added a little zing to it. Hey, sometimes you just gotta grab life by the berries.