Welcome to Clandestine Brewing!

Due to the "shelter-in-place" order, our taproom is closed.

We are offering crowlers of anything we have on tap to go.

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MUST BE 21 OR OLDER FOR BEER ORDERS

Hours of Operation

Wednesday: 4-8PM

Thursday: 4-8PM

Friday: 4-8PM

Saturday: 2-6PM

Sunday: 12-4PM

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On Tap Beers

Name Style ABV
Quad Agent + ‡ Belgian Quad 11.8%
Ode to Odin + ‡ Juicy IPA 7.6%
Bines To Pick Wet Hop Pale Ale 6.6%
Getting Caught In the Rain + ‡ Piña Colada Sour 3.6%
El Jefe + ‡ Hefeweizen with chilli peppers 5.0%
Raspberry Undercover + ‡ Berliner Weiss 4.3%
ALS: Stronger Things 2 + ‡ Triple IPA 10.5%
Strong Arm Belgian Golden Strong 11.9%
Galaxy 763 + ‡ NE IPA 6.6%
Yakima SKOL Kveik IPA 7.9%
Brush Pass + ‡ Roggenbier 5.1%
Hopothetical: Ales for ALS + ‡ American Pale Ale 6.0%
Boycott + ‡ Best Bitter 5.4%
SCIF + ‡ Session IPA 5.6%


Expanded hours!!

+ Growler Fill Available

‡ Crowler Fill Available

Hours of Operation

Wednesday: 4-8PM

Thursday: 4-8PM

Friday: 4-8PM

Saturday: 2-6PM

Sunday: 12-4PM

Our Beers

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ALS: Stronger Things 2

A Triple IPA brewed with the 2020 ALS Hop Blend And CTZ at 5lb/bbl of hops.

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Bines To Pick

A fresh wet hope Pale Ale with locally source fresh hops plus Citra and Mosaic hops.

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Boycott

The verb ‘boycott’ came from Charles Boycott, an English landlord so disagreeable and disliked that he was shunned by an entire village thus originating the term ‘to boycott’. Our Boycott Best Bitter, though, is much more agreeable. Boycott is made with Scottish Golden Promise malt, dark English crystal malt, with additions of UK Target, UK Goldings, UK Jester, and American Centennial hops.

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Brush Pass

A German rye beer made with a hefeweizen yeast to provide some banana and clove notes. A little spicy character from the rye malt is a nice finishing touch

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El Jefe

El Jefe is our hefeweizen ale with the addition of oak smoked wheat malt plus Guajillo and Chile de Arbol chili peppers. In addition to the traditional hefeweizen flavors, El Jefe has a touch of a savory note along with chili spiciness but is still very easy to drink.

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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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Getting Caught In the Rain

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Hopothetical: Ales for ALS

2020 ALES FOR ALS BEER. A SMaSH-style ale with only 2-row malt and 3lbs per barrel of the Ales for ALS hop blend. For 2020, the hop blend is Mosaic, Simcoe, HBC 630, Sabro, Loral, Citra, Ekuanot, Ahtanum.

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Ode to Odin

Historically, Kveik was used to make Norweigen farmhouse ales. Recently it has grown in popularity among homebrewers and craft brewers alike. One amazing property of this yeast is its ability to ferment at high temperatures. We fermented Ode to Odin at 95F! The kveik gives this beer a tangerine forward flavor which complements the Simcoe, Citra and Amarillo hops.

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Quad Agent

Dark and boozy with hints of chocolate, molasses and raisins. Both balanced and complex. At 11.8% ABV, this one is a sipper!

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Raspberry Undercover

A kettle sour, Berliner-Weisse style ale made with 30lbs/BBL of raspberries from Gizdich Ranch in Watsonville. This is a low in alcohol but extremely refreshing and enjoyable sour beer.

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SCIF

A session IPA that features Mosaic hops and is joined with Galaxy, Citra, El Dorado and Simcoe as flame-out and dry-hop additions. Regardless of your security clearance, you're sure to enjoy this beer!

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Strong Arm

A light, crisp and aromatic ale with a strong punch of alcohol. This beer has a dry finish yet retains the esters of your favorite monk’s treat.

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Yakima SKOL

An IPA made with 2020 Ales for ALS Hop Blend, and Voss Kveik yeast (Norwegian Farmhouse yeast). The Voss Kveik yeast accentuates the hops with extra orange and citrus flavors.

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  • Sveinung E. is drinking Pilsner Urkel, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
    Ekte pilsner!
  • Brenton H. is drinking Frères Belges, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
  • Jason S. is drinking SCIF, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
    Bitter for sure, kinda lemony
  • Anil is drinking Be A Big Knurd, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
  • Mark P. is drinking Quad Agent, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
  • Anil is drinking Pillow Fort, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
  • Brenton H. is drinking Be A Big Knurd, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
  • Anil is drinking Ode To Odin, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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    Full flavored and heavy hitting Quad.
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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