Nob Hill

Hours

SUNDAY – THURSDAY 12:00PM – MIDNIGHT

FRIDAY – SATURDAY 12:00PM – 2:00AM

LAST CALL 30 MINUTES BEFORE CLOSE

NO PACKAGE AFTER MIDNIGHT

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We do sell kegs, cans, and growlers at this location.

We do not serve food.  You are more than welcome to bring your own food, get take-out delivered from a great neighborhood restaurant or patronize one of the many local food trucks.

Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash.

What’s On Tap In Nob Hill

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  • Hops On The Vine
    Almanac IPA
    ABV 7.0 IBU 78
    Available in Cans

    It’s all about the balance with this brilliant golden IPA.

    Pours with a frothy white head that is accompanied by a pleasant hop aroma which has hints of pine and fresh lemon.

    An excellent blend of northwestern hops and a touch of biscuit malt give Almanac IPA a refined bitter finish which is dry, refreshing, and very easy to drink.

  • Apricot Wheat
    Apricot Wheat
    ABV: 6.0 IBU:14

    A slight sweet fruit flavor which slowly fades to a pleasant tartness that compliments the bready malt flavor of this full bodied wheat beer. Similar to biting into a fresh apricot this beer is velvety soft with subtle sweet and tangy flavors.

  • Barnstorm Ale
    Barnstorm Ale
    ABV 6.8 IBU 40

    Our craft beer quest brings us through Dusseldorf with Barnstorm Ale. We’ve taken a Maibock recipe (sweet, bready malts combined with herbal,spicy Noble Hops) and brewed it with American ale yeast to create a crisp,hop forward Altbier. Well balanced and medium bodied with a slightly dry finish, Barnstorm is the perfect match for wherever your adventures take you.

  • Berliner Weisse
    Berliner Weisse
    ABV 5.1 IBU 5

    Style originated in 16th century Germany as a wheat beer that was bottled and then buried in warm ground to ferment again. This created a sour and acidic beer that could be mixed with fruit syrups and other styles of beer & became the most popular alcoholic beverage in the region by the 19th century. We have created this beer in the traditional method of allowing the wort to “sour” before fermentation. You will notice a light straw color body and a clean white head. It has a sour lemon flavor, slight fruitiness and puckering mouth feel

  • Blueberries
    Berry Cider
    ABV 7.0 IBU 0

    We start with the juice from the same apples we use for our Hard Apple Cider and add a hundred pounds of fresh berries. Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries in this favorite cider and a tart berry flavor that is refreshing and crisp. Our berry cider usually packs a punch at 7.0 ABV, but is deceivingly light in body and taste.

    We serve it in a 12 oz goblet so you can appreciate the fresh berry and apple aroma and the beautiful color. Perfect on a summer day and a great alternative to our fantastic beer varieties.

  • Cascade Pale
    Cascade Pale
    ABV: 6.2 ABV: 48

    Named for the Cascade Mountain Range in the great Northwest, this single hop pale ale speaks the language of endeavor. With a citrus, floral aroma, and brilliant white head; the crisp lemon and grapefruit essences dance on your tongue like a springtime snowdrift. Easy drinking and even-handed, this is a Pale Ale for the scenic route.

  • Cascara Cider
    Cascara Cider
    ABV: 7.2

    Cascara, which means “husk”, “peel” or “skin” in Spanish, is the dried skins of coffee cherries. These pulped skins are collected after the seeds (aka, coffee beans) have been removed from the cherries. In this form the cherries have a spicy tobacco character.
    Our friends at Villa Myriam Coffee brought us a 50 lb bag of cascara and asked if we would be able to use it to make a beer or cider – why not? We decided to throw the cascara in a fermenting batch of dry cider and see what happened. After fermentation the cider aged on the cascara for two weeks before being kegged. The final product is a very dry cider with notes of black pepper, tobacco and a hint of spicy pepper which should pair very well with a sweet cheese or even compliment a spicy entrée like Pad Thai or Coconut Curry.

  • Chocolate Milk Stout
    ABV: 5.3 IBU: 20

    Dark chocolate color and a crisp light tan head compliment the malty, vanilla chocolate aroma that you will notice immediately. The beginning notes of vanilla transition to chocolate cocoa notes & a roasted malty finish. This stout is brewed with a variety of dark malts and lactose sugar which is added at the end of the brewing process. Whole cocoa nibs are added to the fermenter at the end of fermentation & the beer is allowed to age on the nibs for 10 days, to pick up the dark chocolate character.

  • Red Apples
    Delicious Red Apple Cider
    ABV 6.9
    Available in Cans

    Synchronized flavors and carbonation cultivate the palate without the effect of tongue fatigue. Whether sitting, standing, hitching or pulling, this toe tapping cider won’t wear wobbly.

    Some secrets of its stamina are known, more become apparent when you see and try it for yourself. Even if you’ve been drinking ciders for as long as we have, there’s a fresh new thrill wating for you. It is tastier, smoother, more golden in color, and more flavorful than anything else in its class.

    It’s good to the core!

  • Oat Field
    Double Plow Oatmeal Stout
    ABV 5.8 IBU 27

    Taste the naturally rich flavor of the earth in this thiCk malty beer with chocolate and dark roast malts, farm fresh rolled oats and all natural ingredients. Full bodied with a finish on the drier side of the palate.

  • Red Ale
    Farmer's Tan Red Ale
    ABV 6.0 IBU 31
    Available In Cans

    Big, rich and malty, was designed to bring forward bold candy flavors that mingle with slight notes of earthy hops. Pour yourself one of these deep amber ales and let your senses enjoy the aroma of toasted caramel malt that finishes slightly sweet and unbelievably delicious.

  • Hador
    Goathead Hador Doppelbock
    ABV 8.0 IBU 29

    Named for our distaste of goatheads, whether in bike tires, puppy paws or gardening hands, with a play on the historically required “ador” ending of doppelbock names. This reserve beer has been aging happily since the spring. Doppelbocks are traditionally stronger than single bock beers in flavor depth. A Bavarian specialty first brewed by Munich monks and revered as a staple beverage, thus it was lovingly referred to as “liquid bread.”

  • Half Acre Hefe
    Half Acre Hefe
    ABV: 6.0 IBU: 11.17

    Complex citrus aroma complemented by subtle wheat and pepper. The prominent fresh-squeezed American hop flavors and slightly sweet aftertaste with a refreshing zest present as a perfect summer beer complete with the color and glow of sunshine. Soak in the bright flavors and enjoy your very own half acre.

  • Hay Maker Wheat Beer
    Hay Maker Honey Wheat
    ABV 6.0 IBU 11

    A light, honey colored wheat ale made with local New Mexico honey. This crisp beer strikes of honey followed by a slightly hoppy aftertaste. Make hay while the sun shines. Drink a hay maker anytime.

  • Holstein & Hops
    Holstein & Hops
    ABV: 5.7 IBU: 25

    The whir of the tractor, the groan of that cracked barn door, the pounding of hooves against the dirt… This classic style meets New World hop presence and lactose sugar to create an expanse of variety in our Holstein & Hops Pale Ale. Nuanced with tropical and biscuit notes, this Pale finishes with a balanced sweet and bitter mouthfeel. Deep golden bronze, with a wide range of character, this brew embodies the modern pioneering spirit still pervasive in America today.

  • Mustachio Stout Can
    Milk Mustachio Stout
    ABV 5.1 IBU 26.2
    Available in Cans

    Let your taste buds embrace this farm fresh twist on a traditional stout. Sweet milk sugar added to this brew blends with rich flavors of chocolate and roasted coffee which can only be described as creamy and delicious.

  • Minute-4
    Minute-4
    ABV: 6.4 ABV: 26.5

    Minute-4 is a lightly smoked lager in honor of the Carlsbad Fire Department’s world-record setting Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge. An homage to those that run to danger, this classic style has an aged wood character with a smooth warmth that finishes with a faintly sweet aftertaste. Rarely are smoked beers more than a novelty, yet this is one to drink in celebration, in remembrance, or for no occasion at all. Common yet rare, uncommon men accomplishing incredible things, here’s to you gentlemen.

  • New Mexican Lager
    ABV 5.6 IBU 23

    Somewhere between brazenly bold and enchantingly sweet, this New Mexican Lager is neither American nor Mexican. This crisp brew has a lacy white head and delightful golden hue to match the sunny state it homages. Well-balanced, deceptively complex, yet simple in finish; this is a lager you enjoy in any of the 4 gentle Zia seasons. Beban Profundamente Amigos!

  • Pilsner #15
    Pilsner #15
    ABV 5.8 IBU 34

    An eerie coincidence of appearances by the number 15 in the original recipe led to our naming of Pilsner #15. Our flagship pilsner has a clear and light straw body, complimented by a white head and a noteworthy amount of lacing on your glass as it is consumed. You will notice sweet malty characteristics in the aroma as well as mild aromatics of noble hops, inviting you to enjoy this refreshing medium body beer – just don’t drink 15.

  • Farmer Tractor Sod Buster
    Sod Buster Pale Ale
    ABV 6.5 IBU 35

    An American pale ale straight off the beer farm.

    A hoppy aroma, golden color and high hop flavor make it a favorite of pale ale drinkers everywhere. Packed full of Eldorado and Cascade hops.

    It is refreshing and hoppy with a great malt flavor too.

  • Stein Wine
    ABV: 11 IBU:98

    With firm floral notes and a pleasant piney-earthy aroma, this Barley wine boasts a complex malt flavor with a smooth plush hoppy
    finish. The well balanced back end will leave you wondering if this precisely crafted American Barley wine is in fact 11 percent ABV. Be
    careful, it’s drink ability is akin to that of a silky red ale. A perfect pairing with the fading light of the sunset its dark amber
    appearance foreshadows the coming of spring while its taste lingers in the coldest of winter days.

  • Tupac Cali Red
    Tupac Cali Red
    ABV:6 % IBU:70

    Named for its renegade style and California roots, this is a doubly hopped version of our Farmer’s Tan Red Ale, which we began brewing with the popularity of an Almanac & Farmer’s Tan cocktail (known to regulars as a ‘Red Eye’). This Cali Red Ale has a hoppy aroma and slight bitter flavor that blends exceptionally well with the caramel and malty goodness of a quality red ale. For those who like unique balance and an abundance of flavor, cheers to the coast with the most.

  • Vulgar Display of Porter
    ABV: 8.8% IBU: 32

    Brewed with the Dark Side Brew Crew for their 5 year anniversary, this Baltic Porter (a sub-category of ‘Strong European Beer’) exemplifies characteristics of its creators: nearly opaque, complex, prominent, yet smooth. Brewed in the tradition of countries bordering the Baltic Sea, in comparison it makes other Porter styles seem young in character. There are layers of coffee, molasses, and Mexican chocolate that the tongue is left to ponder.