The story is brewing
Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo
Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo was a badass. A military man fluent in Spanish, English, French, and Latin, General Vallejo held—by Mexican land grant—most of the North Bay in the 1800s. He ran the San Francisco Presidio, designed the town of Sonoma, was part of the Bear Flag revolt, and served in the state senate. Oh, and he also had 16 children with his wife Francisca Benicia. Our hometown Vallejo is named after him (our neighboring town Benicia was named for his wife too), and when we went to work crafting and naming this Mexican lager, we knew we needed to honor our forefather. We raise a glass to you and your impressive mutton chops, General Vallejo.
Our Tried & True. You can find these brews year-round in our taprooms, online store, and Bay Area craft beverage retailers and watering holes near you.
Get 'em while we got 'em. Here's a sip of some of our current, and typical upcoming seasonal releases.
crafted for yardbirds
These rare treasures are crafted specifically for our Yardbird Beer Club members. And while you might find a couple available in our taprooms on occasion, the only guaranteed way to get your hands on these bottles is to become a Yardbird.
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brewed only a few times
Typically, once they're gone, they're gone, but there are a few that have made their way back into the rotation due to popular demand.