Cheers! 6 BARTable breweries to try today

According to the California Craft Brewers Association, California is the birthplace of the craft beer movement, so it’s no wonder that the Bay Area has an abundance of craft brewers creating cutting edge flavor profiles, experimenting with traditional European styles, and designing taprooms that are welcoming, kid-friendly, and food-focused. Many are located near BART stations, providing a transit-friendly solution for exploring some new brews.

Ale Industries Beer

Situated near the Fruitvale Station is up-and-coming Ale Industries, a serious brewing business with some pretty unusual brews. 

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Ale Industries

Fruitvale (Oakland)
Farm Creek Brewing Company Beer

Don’t be surprised if a member of the Janinda family pours your beer as husband-and-wife owners wear many hats at this inviting family-owned and operated brewery.

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Woods Bar and Brewery

Though Woods Beer Co. has expanded to San Francisco and Treasure Island, their Uptown Oakland location is where the magic happens. 

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Woods Bar and Brewery

19th St. Oakland
Old Bus Tavern

Old Bus Tavern sits on the outer edge of Bernal Heights, serving up some great house-brewed beer, cocktails, and food. 

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Old Bus Tavern

24th St. Mission (SF)
Standard Deviant Brewery

Housed in a former body shop in San Francisco, it should be no surprise that food trucks pull up in front of this newly opened brewery and taproom.

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Standard Deviant Brewery

16th St. Mission (SF)
Temescal Brewing

This bright, sunny brewery in Oakland’s Temescal District offers a great selection of seasonal sours and saisons, in addition to the typical assortment of ales and stouts.

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Temescal Brewing

MacArthur (Oakland)

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