Eastbay Skyline Cruise and Almanac Brewery
SCHEDULE - SATURDAY, JULY 17
Initial Meet Location: 21013 Redwood Rd, Castro Valley, CA 94546 (Labeled Castro Valley Farmer's Market on Google Maps but there's no market just a parking lot).
Cruise to Almanac Brewing:
Departure Time: 11:00 AM
Enjoy the best winding roads of the East Bay. Our route will leave the parking lot and follow Redwood Rd into the hills. Right turn on Pinehurst Rd and wind our way to the top of the hills. We will regroup at the intersection of Pinehurst Rd. and Skyline Blvd
8204 Skyline Blvd, Oakland, CA 94611
From there we will continue to Almanac Beer Co on Alameda Island for 12:00 Lunch.
Meet Time: 12:00pm
Almanac Beer Co.
651 W Tower Ave, Alameda, CA 94501
Almanac Beer Co. has plenty of outdoor seating in the historic area of the Alameda Naval Base. The scheduled food service is through Scolari's Good Eats food truck on site. Lunch and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided to registered V Club members and prospective members. Scolari's is known for their awesome burgers and garlic fries plus other great sandwiches and salads.
Be prepared for warm sunshine or cool bay breezes before the clouds break.
Scolari's Good Eats
After lunch we will finish with a gathering and group photo in front of the San Francisco skyline from the Alameda waterfront.
If you plan to attend this event submit the registration form for yourself and the number of guests that will be attending with you. V-Club members with a family membership will not be charged a guest fee for their immediate family members.
Prospective V-Club members are also welcome to join us at this event at no cost. If you bring a guest, the guest fee is due at time of RSVP registration.
ABOUT ALMANAC BREWERY
Our name, Almanac, refers to the Farmer’s Almanac, a seasonality reference guide for farmers that has been published every year in the U.S. since 1818. Our motto, “Farm to Barrel”, was adopted to reflect our passion for brewing bold and sustainably sourced beers.
Almanac was founded in 2011 by Damian Fagan and Jesse Friedman, two avid home-brewers who bonded over their mutual appreciation for California farmers markets. They set out to brew beers inspired by California’s rich agricultural bounty, and brewed their first beer—a Belgian-style golden ale aged in Sonoma Zinfandel barrels with Sonoma blackberries. They hand-sold that first batch one case at a time out of the trunks of their cars to local bars and restaurants in the Bay Area. The beer was so well received they continued brewing and releasing quarterly beers for the next two years until they garnered enough support to quit their day jobs to pursue Almanac full time.
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