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Hours of Operation

Wednesday: 4-8PM

Thursday: 4-8PM

Friday: 2-9PM

Saturday: 2-9PM

Sunday: 2-8PM

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On Tap Beers

Name Style ABV
Ode to Odin + ‡ Juicy IPA 8.1%
Patent Pending + ‡ Irish Export Stout 7.7%
Brian's Margarita Wit + ‡ Witbier with Agave and Lime 9.6%
Habanero BND + ‡ Hefeweizen with chilli peppers 5.0%
Codename: VW + ‡ Helles Weizenbock 7.3%
Mango Lassi + ‡ Mango Lactose Kettle Sour 5.3%
Bad Things Happen + ‡ Hazy IPA 7.8%
BND + ‡ Hefeweizen 6.1%
Maihem + ‡ Maibock 8.3%
Galaxy 763 + ‡ NE IPA 6.6%
Coffee MWS Coffee Milk Stout 5.4%
C-Rations + ‡ IPA 6.6%
Foxy Lady + ‡ 3 Berries Kettle Sour 3.5%
Agent Provocator + ‡ Doppelbock 8.3%


Expanded hours!!

+ Growler Fill Available

‡ Crowler Fill Available

Hours of Operation

Wednesday: 4-8PM

Thursday: 4-8PM

Friday: 2-9PM

Saturday: 2-9PM

Sunday: 2-8PM

Our Beers

Full Beer List

Agent Provocator

Doppelbock is usually released according to the Lenten calendar as it was traditionally drank by monks during their period of fasting. It is a rich, bready, and full flavored dark beer with a strong alcohol punch and focus on malt complexity.

2020 GABF Gold Medal Doppelbock!

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Bad Things Happen

Bad Things Happen (in Nelson and Idaho, not Philly). This hazy IPA features hops from the Nelson region of New Zealand and the state of Idaho. A simple malt bill is complemented by huge additions of Nelson Sauvin and Idaho Gem hops. The only real bad thing that happens is when the beer runs out.

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BND

Clandestine's BND Hefeweizen (literally, 'Yeast Wheat'), is inspired by the complex, malty wheat beers of Bavaria. BND is possessed of all the key attributes of the style, exploding with banana and bubblegum esters and clove-like phenols.

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Brian's Margarita Wit

Brian Schar has a been a friend of the Clandestine team for years through the Worts of Wisdom homebrew club. He has been homebrewing for over 25 years, and loves the experimentation and creativity of the hobby. His beer knowledge is vast as Brian is also a master-level homebrew judge. The Margarita Wit is an imperial Belgian Wit beer with agave nectar and lime juice suggestive of the flavors of your favorite Margarita.

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Codename: VW

A classic German Helles Weizen-bock. VW is a deceptively dangerous beer which amps up the clove and banana flavors of a Hefeweizen along with a much higher ABV. As with most German styles of beer, the goal is to achieve balance so even with the increased flavors of clove and banana, there should be a minimal increase in sweetness so that the beer remains deceptively easy to drink.

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Coffee MWS

Contains lactose (non-vegan). Our delicious Milky Way Stout with Boast Coffee. The perfect pairing of coffee and Milk Stout at an alcohol level that lets you enjoy more than one.

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C-Rations

An IPA brewed in the West Coast style with all 'C' hops: Columbus, Centennial and Citra.

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Foxy Lady

A Berliner Weiss style kettle sour made with locally sourced raspberries, olallieberries, and blackberries. In honor of our employee, Sami who was a huge animal lover and especially had an affinity for foxes.

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Galaxy 763

This light bodied, hazy IPA is made with a simple malt bill of barley and flaked oats but has the perfect combo of Galaxy, Mosaic, and Citra hops along with a flavorful English Ale yeast. What's with the funky name? 763 is the sum of the original hop identifiers for Citra (HBC-394) and Mosaic (HBC-369).

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Habanero BND

Our hefeweizen ale with the addition of habanēro flavoring..

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Maihem

Clandestine's Maihem is a well-hopped, strong golden lager that showcases the short list of German malts used to brew it. A clean, crisp lager despite it's alcohol content, it is a tribute to the traditional beers of Bavaria. Despite the additional hops over a Bock, this is a malty draft that is never astringent.

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Mango Lassi

This kettle sour takes its inspiration from the popular Indian drink. Made with lactose and mango puree, it is both tart and refreshing!

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Ode to Odin

Historically, Kveik yeast was used to make Norweigen farmhouse ales. An amazing property of this yeast is its ability to ferment at high temperatures. The kveik gives this beer a tangerine forward flavor which complements the Simcoe, Citra and Amarillo hops.

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Patent Pending

A bigger cousin to the dry Irish stout, this export-style stout has caramel notes that match delicious roastiness from black patent malt.

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  • Mark P. is drinking Quad Agent, 10 months, 1 week ago
  • Brenton H. is drinking Frères Belges, 10 months, 1 week ago
  • Brenton H. is drinking Be A Big Knurd, 10 months, 1 week ago
  • Sveinung E. is drinking Pilsner Urkel, 10 months, 1 week ago
    Ekte pilsner!
  • Anil is drinking Ode To Odin, 10 months, 1 week ago
  • SanJoseBeerPanda is drinking Quad Agent, 10 months, 1 week ago
    Full flavored and heavy hitting Quad.
  • Anil is drinking Pillow Fort, 10 months, 1 week ago
  • Anil is drinking Mango Lassi, 10 months ago
    Wow, likely the best mango sour ever! Fully...
  • Anil is drinking SCIF, 10 months, 1 week ago
  • Jason S. is drinking SCIF, 10 months, 1 week ago
    Bitter for sure, kinda lemony
  • Anil is drinking Be A Big Knurd, 10 months, 1 week ago

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    About Us

    We are passionate about brewing and united in our quest to produce beer of the highest quality. Meet the team...

    Adrian & Christine

    Growing up in Colorado, Adrian was surrounded by great craft breweries like Avery, Odell's and Left Hand. After a few misadventures with homebrewing in college and moving to California he took the hobby more seriously. Christine has seen this hobby grow to a garage-consuming obsession and now business. Somehow, she continues to put up with it.

    Favorite non-IPA style:
    Belgian Trippel

    Rob

    Rob considers himself a total beer nerd. He loves experimenting with different styles, ingredients and techniques as part of the brewing process.

    Favorite non-IPA style:
    Saison

    Colin & Liz

    A software engineer by day, Colin discovered what would come to be known as craft beer while in college and began homebrewing at about the same time. He returned to homebrewing several years ago, after a hiatus that included training for a number of endurance sports for charity, and enjoys a lot of the DIY aspect of the hobby -- both in making the actual beer, as well as the piecing together equipment. When not working or planning more brewing projects, he can often be found training for his next endurance race. Liz discovered brewing right before meeting Colin and continues to love to learn all that she can about styles and techniques.

    Favorite non-IPA style:
    Colin - Dortmunder Export
    Liz - Belgian Quad

    dWiGhT

    dWiGhT Mulcahy makes a living as a Senior Software Developer in the heart of Silicon Valley during the day but lives a dual life as an avid homebrewer during his free time. He has amassed over 200 ribbons with over a dozen BestOfShows in California and Texas winning multiple awards at National events. The winner of several ProAm events, he has brewed on several "big-boy" systems hoping one day to fulfill his dream of shoveling out grain from the mash tun for a living. Born in Texas but raised in Germany he calls himself a Native German Texan and loves his bier! Prost!

    Favorite non-IPA style:
    Dusseldorf Altbier