Marin Brewing

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Marin Brewing

Marin Brewing

Marin Brewing

Since 1989, Marin Brewing has been brewing quality ales with all natural ingredients with their award winning brews taking their names from beloved landmarks around northern California.  A good quality beer can unite people to share the experience of a finely crafted brew.


Mt. Tam Pale Ale

A bright golden colored, medium bodied pale ale with Yakima Cascade, Columbus and Amarillo hops.  IBU: 40, ABV: 5.5%

Bluebeery Ale

Light, crisp and clean, with the aroma of a freshly-baked blueberry muffin and just a slight peppery blueberry taste. IBU: 23, ABV: 5.0%


An India Pale Ale with bold character brewed with Yakima Cascade, Columbus and Centennial hops. IBU: 60, ABV: 7.0%

White Knuckle Double IPA

Twice the malt and twice the hops in one 14-barrel batch. It is named in honor of the exciting bike trail on Mt. Tam. It’s fat, chewy and resiny and pungent.  IBU: 100+, ABV: 8.0%

Albion Amber

An amber-colored ale that has a rich malty flavor, a smooth and a hoppy aroma and finish. It is brewed with a large amount of Crystal Malts which are roasted longer to add flavor and color in this ale. Named in recognition and memory of Sonoma’s New Albion Brewing Company, which opened in 1976 and was the first commercial micro-brewery since Prohibition. IBU: 28, ABV: 5.0

Raspberry Trail Ale

A light, crisp and clean ale with a refreshing raspberry flavor and aroma.  IBU: 23, ABV: 5.0%

Stinson Beach Peach

A light, refreshing ale with a wonderful peach nose and full peach flavor.  IBU: 23, ABV: 5.0%

Pt. Reyes Porter

A super-rich and velvety porter.  Deep brown in color, with richly roasted and chocolate-y flavors.  Contains no preservatives and is not heat-pasteurized. IBU: 41, ABV: 6.0%

San Quentin Breakout Stout

This ale is big, rich and malty and has a creamy texture.  Black in color, with thick, long-lasting tan head.  Its dark color and deep-roasted flavor comes from the use of roasted and black barleys.  IBU: 45, ABV: 7.0%