Marin Brewing Co.

  • Blogs

    October 24, 2013

    Beer of the Week: Cellarmaker Hop Slangin' IPA

    When it comes to beer, the sky's the limit. Want to try a pineapple rye porter aged in used Tabasco barrels with wild yeast and smoked herring? Somebody's probably considering brewing it as we speak. And we're all for keeping it fun -- sometimes bells and whistles go a long way. That being said, the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 20, 2013

    Beers of the Week: Mavericks Session Ales

    This week we're continuing our coverage of full-flavored, lower alcohol brews in honor of Session Beer Month. Today's serendipitous 80 degree weather is a perfect example of why we need well-crafted beers with a manageable alcohol content for long afternoon sessions and outdoor activities. Get your ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 3, 2013

    Beer of the Week: Marin/Moylan's Orange & Black Congrats Ale

    Take me out to the ballgame! To mark the Giants opener this week, our featured brews are a pair of tributes to our 2012 World Series Champions. If you're excited by local craft beer as well as the phrases "fear the beard", "torture", and "Buster Posey signs 9-year contract", then read on. See also: ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 24, 2012

    City Beer Store Celebrates Six Years

    Fun fact: The platypus is the official mascot of SOMA's City Beer Store. We remember from third grade that these creatures have duck bills, beaver tails, and the feet of otters. Perhaps this creature is an apt metaphor for a beer destination with an identity crisis -- Is it a beer store? Is it a bar ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 14, 2012

    Bay Area Beer Culture Takes Over the Craft Brewer's Conference and World Beer Cup

    The annual Craft Brewer's Conference is unlike other professional gatherings. Every expo hall reeks of hops. The hospitality suite boasts 140 free-flowing taps. And, the attendees are significantly more bearded. As usual, the Bay Area beer scene was heavily represented at this year's event, held l ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 4, 2011

    The Great American Beer Festival: Bay Area Brewers and Chefs Bring the Brew

    In 1982, the inaugural Great American Beer Festival showcased 47 beers from 24 breweries. The lucky 800 attendees had a fair shot at trying every beer in the room. Thirty years later, even the most hardened liver shudders in fear of how the festival has grown. With 466 breweries pouring 2,400 beers ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 17, 2011

    Oh, Like You Needed to Be at That Meeting: Guide to Day 7 of SF Beer Week

    Barbary Coast Ranger/FlickrPi Bar, site of your 3 o'clock "appointment."​Thursday, Feb. 17 We advised you to play hooky yesterday, so we'll assume you're gracing the office with your hungover presence on Day Seven of SF Beer Week. That doesn't mean you can't "have an appointment" that causes ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 9, 2010

    Marin Brewing Co.'s Arne Johnson

    Arne Jonson's been brewmaster at Marin Brewing Co. for 15 years.​Brendan Moylan founded Marin Brewing Co. in 1989 and has since launched Moylan's in Novato. Fifteen years ago, Arne Johnson became the brewmaster at Moylan's Larkspur original, where the always-sunny patio is a favorite ferry des ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 1, 2009

    Drink a Toast to American Genius with These Killer Local Brewskis

    WhatKnot/FlickrBeer goes with the Fourth of July like hot buttered rum at Christmas or a sazerac on Bourbon Street. All those thick burgers, molten enchiladas, smoky platters of barbecue, and big slabs of pepperoni pizza cry out for a tall, cool beaker of suds in all its thirst-quenching glory. Th ... More >>

  • Dining

    August 28, 2002

    Stick to the Suds

    Eldos Grill & Brewery

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