rotating specialty beers

Nob Hill public house


6.2% ABV | 70 IBU

From specialty series to stand alone seasonal, Open Space Haze has arrived! This full flavored, New England-style IPA has a similar hop profile to Open Space 120 West. It’s tropical, pillowy soft, and bursting with ripe fruit aromatics


5.9% ABV  |  20 IBU

Nearly black with ruby highlights, Driftwood’s coffee, chocolate, and roasty tones enhance the rich, malt character. This well-balanced, full-bodied ale is, most importantly, a pleasure to drink!

Bosque Cider

6% ABV

As we delve into the world of cider, the brewery team opted for a dry-hopped cider that is swirling with sweet and fragrant notes of guava. The tropical fruit puree mingles with an apple cider base while the addition of Citra hops cuts through the sweetness with citrusy grapefruit notes. The cider’s crisp finish has a hint of the smooth softness of guava on the back end of your palate.


5.7% ABV | 80 IBUs

The farmhouse yeast used in this American-Belgo Pale Ale imparts a fruity flavor (think bananas) with a little bit of spice. A trio of Mosaic, Ekuanot, and Pacific Jade hops introduces citrus and tropical notes with a slightly piney and floral nose. The malt bill lends itself to hints of biscuit and caramel, making it a full-flavored beer with a complex yet approachable character.

Frostbit Wit

4% ABV | 15 IBUs

This witbier is a sessionable beer that is rich with coriander. It has a nice nose of herb and wild flowers reminiscent of spring. It finishes with a nice hint of orange peel and slight hop bitterness. Grains of Paradise add a little deviation to your typical witbier profile.

Fistful of Churros

5.3% ABV | 15 IBUs

It’s all in the name for this beer. Our brewers added 1,000 (yes, one thousand) churros to the mash to ensure that cinnamon and brown sugar are highlighted. This brown ale has a medium to full body and finishes with notes of cocoa and roasted caramel without overbearing sweetness.

Peach ‘n Berry Sour

4.6% ABV | 10 IBUs

This tasty kettle sour has ripe peach notes on the nose before the first drop hits your palate. The natural acidity of blackberry accentuates the tartness of the beer, while the peachy sweetness mellows it out, making this a sharp and juicy sour.

Map & Compass

6.1% ABV | 65 IBUs

A bit of a globe-trotting, hop-forward pale ale, Map & Compass showcases Southern Passion hops from South Africa, which lead the way with tropical and citrus tones. A moderate addition of German noble hops adds a floral and herbal complexity to the aroma. Pilsner, Vienna, and Munich malts provide a bready and toasty malt character, with oats ensuring medium body and a touch of sweetness.