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1150 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

What’s On Tap At Cellarmaker

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POG Whipped Dream

Milkshake IPA
Passionfruit, blood orange and pink guava come together with fluffy oats, Simcoe and Strata hops, lactose sugar and Madagascar vanilla to create a lightly tart, softly sweet, fruity and creamy delight. POG Whipped Dream is a beer that can make any beer drinker feel like a kid again!

Pacific Dust

IPA 7.1% ABV 55 IBU
Brewed with respectable amount of flaked oats, and hopped with Nugget, ElDorado and Simcoe, Pacific Dust invites you to get lost in a thought bank of juicy Valencia orange and resiny dankness. Juicy in the front and dry in the back, it’ll leave you anticipating that next sip, and then the next one, and the next...

Mocha & Cigarettes

Smoked Chocolate Coffee Porter 8.4 ABV 49 IBU
Mocha & Cigarettes is a slightly beefed-up version of our Coffee & Cigarettes Smoked Coffee Porter, with added vanilla and a blend of high-quality cacao nibs from Cru Chocolate. We used a little less coffee than normal on this batch so that the coffee could share the stage with the vanilla and the nibs.

Zero Complaints

IPA 6.8% ABV 54 IBU
There's plenty to complain about in life, but beer should hardly ever be on that list. We've guaranteed your pleasure with this hazy IPA that features some of our favorite hops that always put us at ease. No need to protest the generous use of Citra, Nelson and Strata. Chill.

Hop Making Sense

Pale Ale 5.8% ABV 41 IBU
Hopped with Nelson, Mosaic, Amarillo and Simcoe to create a pungent, but easy drinking beer, this has become one of our favorite pale ales. This brew will fill all of your West Coast needs with a lightly hazy appearance, citrus and piney dank aroma and a crisp hoppy bite.

Double Moonage

Double IPA 8.9% ABV 90 IBU
"Moonage Daydream" is a Galaxy single hopped pale ale that Cellarmaker brews on occasion. Double Moonage is our double IPA version of that beer. Hopped with a crazy 6 lbs. per barrel of Galaxy and fermented with a more expressive yeast than our normal California ale yeast, Double Moonage is packed with crazy organoleptic fruit and pine qualities that will make your head spin!

Questionable Origins #4

Pale Ale 4.9% ABV 30 IBU
The Questionable Origins series began with one of our first brews, the point being to explore how new hops affect a simple grain bill. Mosaic is the only hop featured in QO4. Typically an aggressive IPA hop, we look for the softer side of Mosaic, dry hopping at a slightly lower rate pulling out pleasant fruit qualities and very little dankness.

All The Orange

IPA 7.1% ABV 40 IBU
All the Orange contains no orange juice nor zest, it solely relies on the hops to deliver citrusy tangerine and mandarin aromas. Amarillo, Citra, Strata and a touch of Idaho 7 and Cashmere hops come together to layer this IPA with delectable fruitiness that tricks the brain. Orange you glad we brewed it?

Lost Wisdom

Solera Saison 6% ABV 7 IBU
A singular fermenter in our brewery has been dedicated to a continuous fermentation by yeast and bacteria for over a year. This saison is the product of that fermentation. After 6 weeks in the stainless steel, the beer is keg conditioned for many months to allow the yeast to express itself. This is batch date 8/08/18 for those who are taking note.

Bourbon Blammo!

Bourbon BA Coconut Stout 15% ABV 50 IBU
13 months in Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels has done this Imperial Stout well. After picking up vanilla and toffee notes from the barrel, we conditioned Blammo! on 21 lbs per barrel of organic coconut for over the top aromas of toasted marshmallow, Mounds bar and Kahlua mudslides. This beer tells a story so let it warm up and get ready to listen.

Grape Shorty

MC Fruited Ale 5.5% ABV 16 IBU
After a beer sees fruit, the fruit usually still has a little love to give. The syrah grapes in Grape Shorty had already seen a barrel aged sour, but we steeped them again in fresh beer to extract even more. The result is a tart crushable ale with hints of strawberry, raspberry and rosé wine.

Triple Mt. Nelson

Triple IPA 9.5% ABV 70 IBU
Are you ready for the final frontier? An exploration into the hoppiest of the hoppy. Triple Mt. Nelson pushes you to your limits. This beer will take you on a journey through time, space and flavor. We utilized four different lots of Nelson that we personally selected in New Zealand last March. This is the consummate Nelson experience.

Velvet Paw

Porter 6.2% ABV 45 IBU
Cellarmaker House of Pizza is very proud to present the first batch of beer from our small in house brewery. Velvet Paw is a robust porter that will turn heads with its gooey chocolate and French roast coffee aromas and flavors. The chewy body is incredibly rich for a beer of 6 percent alcohol. Take your time and let this one warm up to release even more enticing elements.

Professor Pastry

Pastry Stout 12.5% ABV 50 IBU
Pastry Stout 101 is taught by Kyle of Horus Aged Ales, a dynamic artist/mad scientist type of person, who came to Cellarmaker to brew this collaboration. We learned a lot from Kyle about making these decadent beers that are so thick you almost have to chew them. Kyle, also known as Professor Pastry, helped us brew this robust chocolatey stout to which we added organic graham cracker, organic marshmallow creme and Tahitian vanilla bean. We think we got an A.

Bourbon Best Fiends

BA Porter 9.8% ABV 50 IBU
We aged our strong porter, Best Fiends, in Willet Bourbon barrels for ten months. The beer exits the barrel transformed with richer dark chocolate notes, hints of tobacco and fruit leather as well as woody barrel notes that lend a hint of vanilla. The booze is well integrated, not overpowering what is on the smaller end of the dark beers we would ever put in a spirit barrel.

DDH Mini Bull

Pale Ale
We loved the flavors of the double IPA we brewed for the San Diego Toronado’s 10-Year Anniversary Party, we had to make it again, but a bit more crushable & with a lower ABV. So here you have it, Mini Bull! This pale ale is hopped with Simcoe, Mosaic, Galaxy, Centennial, Columbus & New Zealand Wai-Iti. Who needs a mini horse when you can have a Mini Bull?

Friendly Reminder: We Are A 21+ Establishment

It is our goal to keep your taste buds intrigued by constantly producing different flavors

Cellarmaker Brewing Company

We are a San Francisco brewery producing small batches of experimental beers. It is our goal to keep your taste buds intrigued by constantly producing different flavors. To us, making the same 3-4 beers all the time would be boring in many ways. We hope you feel the same way and will make it out to our tasting room to sample our brews.  You just might find some of our beer out in the wild too (we’re on tap in about 25 Bay Area accounts, it is our intention to keep distribution local for many reasons).  Our limited output and choice to abandon the common concept of a set production schedule (and flagship beers) will allow us to constantly experiment with different hops, grains, barrels, and yeasts.

Since hoppy beers are the go-to for most people (us included), we generally have 3-5 hop-driven beers on tap in the tasting room most of the time.  We strive to make juicy + aromatic hoppy beers, not bitter.  Aside from the hoppy beers, we try to have a well balanced taplist; a little bit of something for everyone.  Expect to see a few dark and roasty options, something bright and effervescent, something Belgian inspired and something on the lighter side. The taplist on this page is up to date 99% of the time.

At the tasting room you will find our beers available in 5oz tasters, half pints, pints, as well as 1 Liter and 64oz growlers to go.  We sell amber colored glass growlers of the 1L and 64oz size with our logo for $8. We also sell stainless steel growlers with our logo, 1L for $20 and 2L for $25. We will fill 750ml, 32oz, 1L, 64oz and 2L growlers that have zero logos showing or have the logos properly covered. For more details on our growler policy (we try to be as liberal as legally possible with growlers) check out our growlers page. It should answer all of your questions.