SFBW 2020

Fresh Beer. No Jerks: Temescal Brewing Showcase

INFO

SUNDAY
February 9, 2020
5:00 PM - Until Close
Church Key
1402 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94133
COST
Pay as You Go

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FEATURED BEERS

Temescal

Paloma

Cocktail Inspired Pale Ale

4.9% ABV

Late afternoon on the streets of Jalisco. The burnt gold of a dusty sunset paints the world around you, but the heat won’t quit. The salsa at this taco stand is spicier than most – of course, that’s why you come here – and a bead of sweat forms on your forehead. You remember the drink in front of you, and take a sip. ¡Díos mío! Bright grapefruit and herbal lime smack you across the face. A lively carbonation jumps out of the glass and tickles your nose. Halfway to setting your glass down you already need another sip. This is summer in a glass. The world breathes. You are alive.

Temescal

Perfectly Unclear (Urban Roots Collab)

Unfiltered West Coast IPA

There's a vast canvas of textures, aromas, and flavors in the style we call IPA. Perfectly Unclear can't be boxed in as 'hazy' or 'west coast.' We mashed low, and used West Coast style water treatment and hopping techniques to keep it crisp and dry — but introduced Mosaic, Citra, and Simcoe hops plus loads of oats to give the beer intense aromatics and a healthy haze. It's a fresh concept of what IPA can be.

Temescal

Pub Ale

English Pale

4.1% ABV

Oi! Bollocks to your tea and crumpets, we’ve got Temescal Pub Ale. The beauty of English malts and hops are rarely given the spotlight, so we are proud to show off this biscuity, lightly fruity pale ale. Fawcett’s bready pale ale malt tastes like a buttered scone, and Target and Goldings give us aromas of spice and tea. English style names are weird, so you could call this an English Pale, a Best Bitter, or an ESB. When I asked Head Brewer Ryan? “Bollocks to style guides, I brew for flavor.”

Temescal

The Coast is Clear (Humble Sea Collab)

IPA

There's a vast canvas of textures, aromas, and flavors in the style we call IPA. Coast is Clear can't be boxed in as 'hazy' or 'west coast.' We used soft water and late-addition hopping with Mosaic, Citra, and Motueka hops to mimic your fluffiest, most tropical hazies—but used West Coast style fermentation and cellaring techniques to produce something bright and clean. It's a fresh concept of what IPA can be.