Brews – 2019

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Sempervirens DIPA

Big bold and beautiful just like it’s impressive namesake the Coast Redwood. Sempervirens is a double IPA with a simple and clean malt bill with a load of hops pilled on top. 8.25% ABV & 100 IBU.

– Matt Brown

Coffee Stout

A stout with coffee in it. I’ll come up with a better description later.

– Matt Brown

Hop Hash DIPA

A double IPA made with El Dorado hop hash.

– Drew Jackson

44 & 66…an IPA

…but not just any IPA. This west coast style IPA is crisp and clean with a slight citrus finish. And with just enough white wheat added to give it it’s light color and smooth mouth feel.

– Skip McFarling


Over the years this big bold ale has morphed into what it is today. With a crisp head and medium dark color, this malt forward beer has a caramel sweetness that is well balanced with a perfect hop combination. Allowing this ale to age a full year it has become the best beer you will drink today.

– Skip McFarling


A living kombucha brewed with hope and other local herbs

– Michael Adams

Peanut Butter Stout

Inspired by Belching Beaver – had to try it out – with some pretty tasty results! Dehydrated peanut butter lends body and flavor to an Imperial Stout base and then peanut butter extract rounds out the flavor and nose. A bit hoppier than I would have liked but overall a pretty tasting offering!

– Bob Mandel

Strawberry Champagne

Starting with a blond beer base, I add about 7 lbs of local organic strawberries for a good steep and then 1 week period of primary fermentation. That’s followed up with 2.5 lbs of locally sourced honey and champagne yeast for another couple weeks of secondary. Will enter this one for “local” beer contest

– Bob Mandel

Chipotle Spiced PorterChipotle Spiced Porter – Bob Mandel



– Dramont Wright



– Dramont Wright

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– Michael Witherow



– Michael Witherow

TBDTBD – Michael Witherow

Blueberry Folly

blueberry porter or stout

– Rachel Weinreb

Pine Ridge Pale Ale

This American Pale Ale features home grown Cascade and Chinook Hops, grown right here in the Ukiah area. Brewed with local spring water, the vibrant local hops are balanced with a moderately malty grain bill to create an easy drinking ale.

– Jared Chaney

Really Big Red

This Imperial Red Ale has a big and rich mouth feel, not to be out done by the imperial level of kick. Although not the feature of this beer, locally grown Cascade Hops add the subtle flavor and aroma to help balance this colorful beverage.

– Jared Chaney

McCray 1C

American Pale Ale

– Randy Girouard


Pumpkin Pale Ale

– Randy Girouard

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– Paul Lew

Lower Lake Wild Sour Ale

A golden sour ale primary fermented and aged in a rye whiskey with local wild yeast from Lake County.

– Kyle Pearce

Blackberry Stout

Split Batch stout malting and hopping
Massive fresh whole organic Blackberry additions.
Split 5/ 5 lager and 5 ale yeast.
Pick one if u must.
Cali commons

– Roy Burress

Flail Mower


– Roy Burress

N/AN/A – Roy Burress


Belgian Style Quadruple Ale

– Juan Padilla


Russian Imperial Chocolate Stout

– Juan Padilla

Echo the Stars

Winter Solstice Bochet (Caramelized Mead) aged on Vanilla Beans, Cinnamon, Allspice and Cloves
8.5% ABV

– Zach Hughes


Dry Hopped IPA with Pacific Gem, Galaxy, Ekuanot and Jester Hops
6% ABV

– Zach Hughes

TBD SourTBD Sour – Zach Hughes

Coconut Porter

American Porter conditioned on toasted coconut

– Ryan Lee

Double D’s (Doppelbock Devine)

A rich, smooth, and complex dark German lager with big malt flavors.

– Kerry Shaver

The Alterboy


– Mark Ford

Sushi Brew

A rice based beer with Ginger and Wasabi

– Mark Ford


SMASH pilsner with Pilsner Malt and Sazz hops

– Joe Monostori

Mojo’s BVS

Blonde Vanilla Stout with tons of vanilla beans, chocolate and coffee flavors in a light colored stout

– Joe Monostori

Mojo’s Chocolate Milk StoutMojo’s Chocolate Milk Stout – Joe Monostori

Dodger Tears Wet Hop Ale

Wet Hop Pale Ale / IPA

– Dave Rohling

Divergent Cider

Locally grown Pear/Apple Cider

– Dave Rohling

A Royal Welcome

Russian Imperial Stout

– Charles Hessom

Where the Cide walk ends

A gorgeous blend of Gravensteins from my backyard, and mystery apple from friends. This hard cider is not sweet but full of subtle depth. Enamored by the flavor, you may find your self where the cide walk ends more often.

– TJ Wilson


Semi-sparkling plum wine

– Jeff skaggs

Dodger Tears Wet Hop Ale

Wet hop all Chinook pale ale

– Dave Rohling

Just the pears

Pear Cider

– Dave Rohling

Peregrine Pale Ale

Dry-hopped pale ale

– Dave Lohse

Mostly Harmless

A “Californian Grodziskie.” A 100% wheat beer using locally grown and malted wheat from Admiral Malt, smoked in house with manzanita wood. Brewed with Yampah.

– Andrew Simsak

Harvest Ale

Brown ale with fermented apple juice.

– Roy Elder

Sowin’ Oats

Pale ale with oats

– Roy Elder

Kahiau’s Tropical Stout

An island style tropical stout

– Scott Harter

Pinot Perry

100% fresh pressed Red Bartlett pear cider “Perry” fermented on Pinot Noir grape skins

– Andy Todd

Jonathan Gold Cider

Fresh 2018 cider, with a hint of sour. Refreshing when very chilled

– Tom Allman

Breakfast In Bed

Robust Porter with cold press coffee, cacao nibs, and Candy Cap Mushrooms.

– Drew Jackson – Drew’s Brews


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