January Beer Friday with Off the Grid, Roem Baur and Special Barrel Tapping!

Enjoy a family friendly, admission-free evening of live music, rotating food trucks and our award winning selection of sustainably handcrafted beer and root beer.

January 29 @ 4:00 pm11:00 pm

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Special Release Barrel Tapping!

VSAAJoin us as we release a brand new barrel-aged specialty : VSAA – Very Special Amber Ale, aged for 6 months on Cognac Barrels!

A very limited number of bottles/cases will be available for sale as well.




Beer Friday Food Trucks

4pm – 11pm

Cluck It UpCluck It Up

Cluck It Up serves amazing Chicken Wings paired with their signature sauces. Dip your tasty wings into Garlic Butter Parmesan, Sweet and Tangy BBQ, Nacho Cheese with Bacon, or Sweet Chili Sauce.



Cupkates was the very first mobile cupcake truck in the Bay Area, and among the first in the country.

Our cupcakes are baked fresh daily using only the highest quality, local ingredients—including Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, Guittard chocolate, and Clover Farms sweet cream butter and milk.

Moonraker Food TruckMoonraker Food Truck

Fun seafood classics with a Moonraker twist! Fish & Chips, Coconut Prawns, both served with our delicious Duck Fat Fries, and more!



Naked Chorizo Food TruckNaked Chorizo

Chorizong hubad was a Spanish chorizo brought by the Spaniards to the Philippines, over time it developed into a unique Filipino dish, blending the best of the islands with the best of Spain.



PhnomNom Food TruckPhnomNom

Our food is inspired by the traditional ingredients of Cambodia and made using old family recipes. Each dish is a unique and vibrant experience that is sure to satisfy in a brand new way.


Southern Comfort Kitchen Food TruckSouthern Comfort Kitchen

A New Orleans style Southern Kitchen brought to you by 3 brothers all chefs from New Orleans!




The Band

6-8pm – Roem Baur, Solo Set

8:30-11pm – Roem Baur, Full Band

Roem BaurAs seen on NBC’s The Voice, Roem Baur is a unique singer, songwriter, and self-taught multi-instrumentalist who cites Freddie Mercury, John Lee Hooker, Roy Orbison, & choral singing among his influences. He possesses “a ridiculous vocal range and a troubadour’s soul,” (RSLBlog.com) a sound that is seemingly from another musical era than his own. A mix of pure tenor, groove, and “a voice that seems to burn with fire” (Examiner.com) his live shows thrill audiences and peers alike.

From superstars like Pink, Chris Isaak, Blue Oyster Cult, Pat Benatar, to the Counting Crows’ Adam Duritz, Baur has been praised publicly and to millions on social media for his “Wild” (Entertainment Weekly) stage show and his wailing version of blues, soul and 60’s-inspired rock n’ roll.

Residing in San Francisco, California, Roem has already gained a great reputation thanks to stints on NBC’s The Voice and a hugely successful run of shows at SXSW & CES.



This Month’s Charity

A portion of the proceeds from each pint sold at Beer Friday goes to a different charity every month through our “Cheers! for Charity” program.

201601 - Cheers for Charity ShortRedwood City Animal Shelter – Pets in Need – At Pets In Need, our mission is to rescue dogs and cats and find them new, loving homes. Every week, Pets In Need staff members visit Bay Area public animal shelters to rescue animals at risk of being euthanized due to space or financial limitations. Our medical team evaluates the health and well-being of each dog and cat brought into our shelter prior to putting it up the animal for adoption. Spaying, neutering, vaccinations, micro-chipping and other medical care is given the first week an animal is in our shelter.

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