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Dust Bowl Brewing Co. offers two unique taproom settings, one in its hometown of Turlock, CA and one located in the coastal city of Monterey, CA. The Brewery Taproom is a Central California destination offering 20 taps at the inside bar, patio dining, Beer Garden with 20 taps and separate food menu, corn hole, bocce, and more! Opened June 2019, the Monterey Tap Depot is located just steps from Fisherman’s Wharf. The lively spot offers 24 taps, an onsite food truck, and patio with fire pit, heaters, picnic tables, and corn hole.
This easy-drinking light lager has a nice mild character. Two-Row pale malt and the use of flaked oats and white wheat give the beer a clean, crisp character with a little sweetness, light body and smooth mouthfeel. Very low bitterness. Smooth and satisfying!
What’s better than a Hazy IPA? A series of Double Hazy IPAs! Brewmaster Oliver showcases his mastery of balancing flavor and aroma with a significant yet subtle alcohol presence. Today’s Hazy, our second quarterly release, delivers a mango and candied-orange aroma from the Cashmere and Citra hops.
Our new year-round fruited blonde ale boasts big aromas of orange and mango making this an inviting thirst quencher.
Rounded and smooth, this American classic is an easy-drinking, approachable beer. California Golden Ale offers a subtle malt and hop presence making it an ideal gateway beer. Like most golden ales, California Golden Ale is also sessionable at 4.5% ABV. It’s a beer that fits the California lifestyle.
The Mega IPA family grows! For Prone, we focus on hops with sweet fruit and berry notes: Idaho Gem, El Dorado and Mosaic.
The spirit of Dust Bowl Brewing Co. was born decades ago thanks to one family’s unwavering passion for adventure and immeasurable dedication to one another. The tale begins back in the 1930s when the Tate family loaded their Model A and left Oklahoma for a journey that would prove fruitful for generations to come.