When Pacific Coast Brewing Co. first opened its doors in 1988, it was one of the area's first establishments dedicated to crafting and serving truly great, small production beers. Almost three decades later, it remains true to that original goal, while evolving with Oakland's burgeoning restaurant and craft brewing scene. Whether you're swinging in for a quick pint, or sitting down for a warm meal, you'll be able to relive a bit of history at Pacific Coast Brewing Co.
Very few brewpubs offer beer from other breweries, but in his quest to open the ultimate beer emporium, Steve Wolff has gone out of his way to bring out the most interesting beers, offering 24 taps, a third of which are house brewed. With the addition of a new mashtun and a creative new brewmaster we are ramping up production with new styles and reformulations of old Pacific Coast Brewing Company favorites.
The elaborate stained glass window, which adorns the store front, along with the ornate bar and beer cooler, once graced the interior of the historic Cox Saloon, formerly located not far from their present day home in Old Oakland. These pieces have been incorporated into the pub that features a hardwood floor, brick wall, antiques and a heated beer garden adorned with greenery growing up its redwood trellis. A satellite dish with multiple television screens and a CD jukebox have added a contemporary accent to the traditional pub atmosphere.
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