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Love seeing #ArmisticeBeer in the wild! Don't forget you can now order Beer-To-Go online! Go to our website or follow the link in our bio where you can order/pay for your beer ahead of time so you just show up and pickup!
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Must be 21+ to order and remember to bring your ID and the credit card you paid for the order with!
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📸: @bird_and_buffalo & @melkncookies
Love seeing #ArmisticeBeer  in the wild! Don't forget you can now order Beer-To-Go online! Go to our website or follow the link in our bio where you can order/pay for your beer ahead of time so you just show up and pickup! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Must be 21+ to order and remember to bring your ID and the credit card you paid for the order with! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📸: @bird_and_buffalo & @melkncookies
Introducing: "Loafer," Hazy IPA, 7.1%: Our marketing team (LOL) tells us this is the new dad beer. We’re not sure about the gender and age assumptions behind that dubious style designation, but we take their point. Gone are the days of Gen-X dads swilling a six pack of amber ale. New dads/moms/parents of all or no genders/those who don’t identify as parents -- they’re not crushing tasteless lawnmower beers until their partners ask them to mow the damn lawn. They take initiative because they’ve read about emotional labor. They drink with initiative too – out of intention and mindfulness. They don’t “crush” things, because “crush” is a violent rhetorical symptom of toxic masculinity. They’re single-taskers who want a beer that absorbs their full attention. They have a hankering for something juicy, pillowy, & fresh AFRN because they’re all about being present. They crave Citra, Mosaic, and Motueka swaddled in a hazy grist bill. Loaf on.
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Now you can order you crowlers ahead of time online! Just go to our website or click the link in our bio.
Introducing: "Loafer," Hazy IPA, 7.1%: Our marketing team (LOL) tells us this is the new dad beer. We’re not sure about the gender and age assumptions behind that dubious style designation, but we take their point. Gone are the days of Gen-X dads swilling a six pack of amber ale. New dads/moms/parents of all or no genders/those who don’t identify as parents -- they’re not crushing tasteless lawnmower beers until their partners ask them to mow the damn lawn. They take initiative because they’ve read about emotional labor. They drink with initiative too – out of intention and mindfulness. They don’t “crush” things, because “crush” is a violent rhetorical symptom of toxic masculinity. They’re single-taskers who want a beer that absorbs their full attention. They have a hankering for something juicy, pillowy, & fresh AFRN because they’re all about being present. They crave Citra, Mosaic, and Motueka swaddled in a hazy grist bill. Loaf on. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Now you can order you crowlers ahead of time online! Just go to our website or click the link in our bio.
Introducing: "S'Dank," Hazy IPA, 7%: It’s a prototypical West Coast hazer. We start with Rahr two-row, which we used to use all the time to make crisp, cracker-like IPAs that were lean on malt character to highlight the hops. Then we Trent it out with a gypsum-heavy water profile to make the hops pop. Then we deviate from the West Coast mold by loading it with oats and wheat malt – two protein-rich grist additions that fill out the mouthfeel of this otherwise lanky beer and leave it with a stubborn protein haze. Early dry-hop additions during fermentation transform the hops and keep their polyphenols in a hazy suspension as they bind with our juicy house yeast. Cascade is all broiled grapefruit on a breakfast table with wet, fresh-cut flowers. Idaho-7 is not having to choose between the fragrant conifers of a mountain trip and a beachside tropical vacation. Pacific Jade is citrus and spice and everything nice. S’dank is dank and it stanks.
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Order your crowlers and growlers ahead of time by following the link in our bio! Pre-pay and don't wait for them to be filled!
Introducing: "S'Dank," Hazy IPA, 7%: It’s a prototypical West Coast hazer. We start with Rahr two-row, which we used to use all the time to make crisp, cracker-like IPAs that were lean on malt character to highlight the hops. Then we Trent it out with a gypsum-heavy water profile to make the hops pop. Then we deviate from the West Coast mold by loading it with oats and wheat malt – two protein-rich grist additions that fill out the mouthfeel of this otherwise lanky beer and leave it with a stubborn protein haze. Early dry-hop additions during fermentation transform the hops and keep their polyphenols in a hazy suspension as they bind with our juicy house yeast. Cascade is all broiled grapefruit on a breakfast table with wet, fresh-cut flowers. Idaho-7 is not having to choose between the fragrant conifers of a mountain trip and a beachside tropical vacation. Pacific Jade is citrus and spice and everything nice. S’dank is dank and it stanks. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Order your crowlers and growlers ahead of time by following the link in our bio! Pre-pay and don't wait for them to be filled!
They did it again! Come watch the @warriors win the 2018 NBA finals at Armistice!
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We'll the game (with sound) on both TVs downstairs, a projector upstairs, food trucks, and $5 pints of Placebo Pils!  GO DUBS 🏀🍻🎉
They did it again! Come watch the @warriors win the 2018 NBA finals at Armistice! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We'll the game (with sound) on both TVs downstairs, a projector upstairs, food trucks, and $5 pints of Placebo Pils! GO DUBS 🏀🍻🎉
Introducing: "Placebo Pils," Fauxhemian Pilsner, 5.6%: As we approach summer, we see the return of the most vexed question we get: “What’s your lightest beer?” That question used to send us off the deep end, where style and semantics bleed together. We used to push hard on that word “lightest,” attempting to unpack it like so much Freudian baggage. Do you mean light in color? Most of our IPAs are on the light end of the spectrum. Light in body and mouthfeel? Probably our saisons. Light in alcohol? Probably not the saisons, and certainly not the IPAs. The English session beers -- bitters and milds perhaps? But those are dark (in color). Usually folks who want our lightest beer are on opposite ends of the beer-drinking spectrum: they’re either new to craft, coming off a lifetime of drinking macro lagers, or they’re in the industry and have had their taste buds destroyed by hops and they’re just looking for a break. Either way this crisp pils should do the trick.
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@warriors game 7 is tonight! $1 off pints of Placebo Pils while they play!
Introducing: "Placebo Pils," Fauxhemian Pilsner, 5.6%: As we approach summer, we see the return of the most vexed question we get: “What’s your lightest beer?” That question used to send us off the deep end, where style and semantics bleed together. We used to push hard on that word “lightest,” attempting to unpack it like so much Freudian baggage. Do you mean light in color? Most of our IPAs are on the light end of the spectrum. Light in body and mouthfeel? Probably our saisons. Light in alcohol? Probably not the saisons, and certainly not the IPAs. The English session beers -- bitters and milds perhaps? But those are dark (in color). Usually folks who want our lightest beer are on opposite ends of the beer-drinking spectrum: they’re either new to craft, coming off a lifetime of drinking macro lagers, or they’re in the industry and have had their taste buds destroyed by hops and they’re just looking for a break. Either way this crisp pils should do the trick. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @warriors game 7 is tonight! $1 off pints of Placebo Pils while they play!
HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY
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We are OPEN for regular hours today (Noon-10pm).
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Thai express food truck will be serving in the afternoon.
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Need some beer for your party? Order your crowlers, growlers, and 16oz cans ahead of time on our website (link in bio).
HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 We are OPEN for regular hours today (Noon-10pm). 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Thai express food truck will be serving in the afternoon. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Need some beer for your party? Order your crowlers, growlers, and 16oz cans ahead of time on our website (link in bio).
🎉SURPRISE🎉
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We held back one keg of Big Blur and we are going to be tapping it TODAY at 4pm! Come grab a pint and listen to DJ @timbuckwalter in the beer garden.
🎉SURPRISE🎉 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We held back one keg of Big Blur and we are going to be tapping it TODAY at 4pm! Come grab a pint and listen to DJ @timbuckwalter in the beer garden.
Introducing: "Retrending" West Coast Double IPA, 8.3% ABV: Now we’re back in time, rolling along the absurd x-axis, hardly noticing as it curls back on itself until we catch something familiar streaming by and suddenly we’re on an insane merry-go-round of nostalgia and déjà vu. In a strange resemblance of things past, a young hipster looks up from a dog-eared page in Dune to tell an old hippie that the weed is always greener on this side of the tense, that macramé never went out of style, that all the indoor plants in the world can’t get you back to the land. They marvel as a be-flanneled feminine figure in high-rise jeans with smoldering eye makeup and a choker orders a crowler of west coast double IPA like it’s 2015 or something. The can spins, flinging beer centrifugally from the seamer, and they all experience temporal vertigo as what’s old is new is Idaho-7, Citra, Amarillo, and Azacca; the eternal return of citrus, diesel, resin, rind, and -- my god -- it’s clear, again.
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Don't want to wait for your fill? Order/pay your crowlers ahead of time on our website. Must be 21+ to purchase and present valid ID and credit card used to purchase.
Introducing: "Retrending" West Coast Double IPA, 8.3% ABV: Now we’re back in time, rolling along the absurd x-axis, hardly noticing as it curls back on itself until we catch something familiar streaming by and suddenly we’re on an insane merry-go-round of nostalgia and déjà vu. In a strange resemblance of things past, a young hipster looks up from a dog-eared page in Dune to tell an old hippie that the weed is always greener on this side of the tense, that macramé never went out of style, that all the indoor plants in the world can’t get you back to the land. They marvel as a be-flanneled feminine figure in high-rise jeans with smoldering eye makeup and a choker orders a crowler of west coast double IPA like it’s 2015 or something. The can spins, flinging beer centrifugally from the seamer, and they all experience temporal vertigo as what’s old is new is Idaho-7, Citra, Amarillo, and Azacca; the eternal return of citrus, diesel, resin, rind, and -- my god -- it’s clear, again. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Don't want to wait for your fill? Order/pay your crowlers ahead of time on our website. Must be 21+ to purchase and present valid ID and credit card used to purchase.
🚨ORDER BEER TO-GO ONLINE!🚨
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We’re super excited to announce our new ONLINE ORDERING website which allows you to pre-purchase your crowlers, growlers, and 16oz cans! Starting now, from our website (link in bio) you can order and pay for your beer to-go and have it ready for pickup in 30 mins to 24 hours!
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Pickup times are between 1PM and 9PM every day. We will hold your beer for 24 hours from the pickup time.
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Must be 21+ to purchase and present valid ID matching the name on the order at time of pickup.
🚨ORDER BEER TO-GO ONLINE!🚨 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We’re super excited to announce our new ONLINE ORDERING website which allows you to pre-purchase your crowlers, growlers, and 16oz cans! Starting now, from our website (link in bio) you can order and pay for your beer to-go and have it ready for pickup in 30 mins to 24 hours! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Pickup times are between 1PM and 9PM every day. We will hold your beer for 24 hours from the pickup time. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Must be 21+ to purchase and present valid ID matching the name on the order at time of pickup.
Get your Memorial Day Weekend started right! Saturday we'll have DJ @timbuckwalter from @niadartcenter spinning pop & soul in the beer garden! We've got lots of beer-to-go options at the brewery (including a few cases left of Big Blur!) to cover your long weekend. Cheers! 🍻🍻🍻
Get your Memorial Day Weekend started right! Saturday we'll have DJ @timbuckwalter from @niadartcenter spinning pop & soul in the beer garden! We've got lots of beer-to-go options at the brewery (including a few cases left of Big Blur!) to cover your long weekend. Cheers! 🍻🍻🍻
We're having a real zesty morning here at Armistice! We're working on a super exciting/crazy beer that should be out in a few weeks! #IWonderWhatTheyreMaking
We're having a real zesty morning here at Armistice! We're working on a super exciting/crazy beer that should be out in a few weeks! #IWonderWhatTheyreMaking 
About 30 cases left of Big Blur Hazy Double IPA to get us through the weekend!  Come grab a couple 4-packs for the beautiful weather we're having ☀️☀️☀️ We've got 🌮Taqueria Esperanza🌮 serving in the beer garden today and tomorrow from noon-10PM with 8 beer flowin through the taps. SOLD OUT of Big Blur in draft, cans only now. Cheers! 🍻
About 30 cases left of Big Blur Hazy Double IPA to get us through the weekend! Come grab a couple 4-packs for the beautiful weather we're having ☀️☀️☀️ We've got 🌮Taqueria Esperanza🌮 serving in the beer garden today and tomorrow from noon-10PM with 8 beer flowin through the taps. SOLD OUT of Big Blur in draft, cans only now. Cheers! 🍻
Tomorrow!
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Big Blur cans get released in the taproom at noon!
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This 8.5% Hazy Double IPA is packed with Citra, Columbus, and Vic Secret hops making it sticky and tropical!
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$22/4-Pack
$6.50/Can
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A friendly reminder: no growler/crowler fills of this beer. Only one 5 gallons keg will be put on draft, tomorrow (won't last the day)
Tomorrow! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Big Blur cans get released in the taproom at noon! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This 8.5% Hazy Double IPA is packed with Citra, Columbus, and Vic Secret hops making it sticky and tropical! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ $22/4-Pack $6.50/Can ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ A friendly reminder: no growler/crowler fills of this beer. Only one 5 gallons keg will be put on draft, tomorrow (won't last the day)
Can't tell you how excited we are for our first can release THIS FRIDAY at noon!
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The beer is "Big Blur," a delicious Hazy Double IPA coming in at 8.5% with Citra, CTZ, and Vic Secret hops.
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$22/4-Pack, $6.50/can.
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There will only be one keg on draft so NO GROWLER/CROWLER fills of this beer.
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Check out the full description below courtesy of our co-owner/brewer Alex:
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We don’t know what happened in Big Sur. We came to dry out, to shake from our wrists the blue horrors, the pink spiders, the green fairies and whichever rabid devil would march out of that particolored menagerie of monsters on Noah’s leaking and electrified ark. We came to calcify into the luminous cliffs with the silt-packed generations before us – to stay ourselves against the maddening erosion – to mumble with the muttered argot of waves – only to find the solitude howling. Instead here we are, raving about the last taboo in the worst company when we ought to be waxing hysterical about CTZ hops with all the damp resin of coastal conifers – about the zesty nose of Citra – about Vic’s tropical Secret – about the rocky head that piles on top like thunderheads on the horizon – about the oaten turbidity churning like a tide. It should have been so, but it was all just a big blur.
Can't tell you how excited we are for our first can release THIS FRIDAY at noon! . The beer is "Big Blur," a delicious Hazy Double IPA coming in at 8.5% with Citra, CTZ, and Vic Secret hops. . $22/4-Pack, $6.50/can. . There will only be one keg on draft so NO GROWLER/CROWLER fills of this beer. . Check out the full description below courtesy of our co-owner/brewer Alex: . We don’t know what happened in Big Sur. We came to dry out, to shake from our wrists the blue horrors, the pink spiders, the green fairies and whichever rabid devil would march out of that particolored menagerie of monsters on Noah’s leaking and electrified ark. We came to calcify into the luminous cliffs with the silt-packed generations before us – to stay ourselves against the maddening erosion – to mumble with the muttered argot of waves – only to find the solitude howling. Instead here we are, raving about the last taboo in the worst company when we ought to be waxing hysterical about CTZ hops with all the damp resin of coastal conifers – about the zesty nose of Citra – about Vic’s tropical Secret – about the rocky head that piles on top like thunderheads on the horizon – about the oaten turbidity churning like a tide. It should have been so, but it was all just a big blur.
Introducing: "Cloud Factory," Cloudy IPA, 6.6%: Like Michael Chabon’s Pittsburgh, Richmond has its very own Cloud Factory. If you can find high ground you can glimpse it hard at work when the weather conspires with industry to make it seem as if the City of Pride and Purpose only ever manufactures clouds -- as if the whimsical business of billows is our sole traffic and trade here. From the turbines the bay breeze tugs tufts of white steam, which elaborate into strange windblown shapes until they meet and mingle with a cumulous cloud layer, a distant cousin. Here in the lowlands, we have our own Cloud Factory: a tiny, three-barrel engine that will fill the brewery with a sweet and grainy steam early one morning and three weeks later produce liquid clouds – a veritable storm system in a tulip glass. It could be the oats or it could be the yeast, but massive amounts of Mosaic, Idaho-7, Chinook, and CTZ hops certainly cloud the issue.
Introducing: "Cloud Factory," Cloudy IPA, 6.6%: Like Michael Chabon’s Pittsburgh, Richmond has its very own Cloud Factory. If you can find high ground you can glimpse it hard at work when the weather conspires with industry to make it seem as if the City of Pride and Purpose only ever manufactures clouds -- as if the whimsical business of billows is our sole traffic and trade here. From the turbines the bay breeze tugs tufts of white steam, which elaborate into strange windblown shapes until they meet and mingle with a cumulous cloud layer, a distant cousin. Here in the lowlands, we have our own Cloud Factory: a tiny, three-barrel engine that will fill the brewery with a sweet and grainy steam early one morning and three weeks later produce liquid clouds – a veritable storm system in a tulip glass. It could be the oats or it could be the yeast, but massive amounts of Mosaic, Idaho-7, Chinook, and CTZ hops certainly cloud the issue.
Thank you to everyone who chose to spend time with us on a Saturday and to @armisticebeer for hosting. 
We’ll see everyone on Tuesday for our first visit to @originalpattern with the good people of @oaktownhalf in attendance to give away some cool prizes via a free to enter raffle! More info on our Facebook event page and Meetup site (link in bio).
#runningonhops
Thank you to everyone who chose to spend time with us on a Saturday and to @armisticebeer for hosting. We’ll see everyone on Tuesday for our first visit to @originalpattern with the good people of @oaktownhalf in attendance to give away some cool prizes via a free to enter raffle! More info on our Facebook event page and Meetup site (link in bio). #runningonhops 
Next generation hiker ... and sleeper.
Next generation hiker ... and sleeper.
Another fun and beautiful day with @eastbaybeerrunners ! Thanks for coming and hanging out with us! 🍻🏃🏃‍♀️🙌
Another fun and beautiful day with @eastbaybeerrunners ! Thanks for coming and hanging out with us! 🍻🏃🏃‍♀️🙌
Tomorrow is our monthly weekend run! Join us at 12pm at @armisticebeer for a Point Isabel run and beers to follow. More info on our Facebook event page and Meetup site (link in bio). Everyone is welcome. 
#runningonhops
Tomorrow is our monthly weekend run! Join us at 12pm at @armisticebeer for a Point Isabel run and beers to follow. More info on our Facebook event page and Meetup site (link in bio). Everyone is welcome. #runningonhops 
#armisticebeer @armisticebeer #canrelease
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Friday, May 18th!  IT'S FINALLY HAPPENING! Our first ever 🔥CAN RELEASE🔥!
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We are so ridiculously excited to share with you our brand new Hazy Double IPA, "Big Blur" in 16oz cans. This behemoth of a beer comes in at 8.5% and is loaded with Citra, CTZ, and Vic Secret hops! Come by Friday, next week and grab a couple of 4 packs for the weekend.
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Prices are $6.50/can and $22/4-Pack. Per person limits applied if needed on the day.  See you soon! 🙌🎉🍻
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Sexy can art coming from @robot.lebeau
#armisticebeer  @armisticebeer #canrelease  • • • Friday, May 18th! IT'S FINALLY HAPPENING! Our first ever 🔥CAN RELEASE🔥! ___ We are so ridiculously excited to share with you our brand new Hazy Double IPA, "Big Blur" in 16oz cans. This behemoth of a beer comes in at 8.5% and is loaded with Citra, CTZ, and Vic Secret hops! Come by Friday, next week and grab a couple of 4 packs for the weekend. ___ Prices are $6.50/can and $22/4-Pack. Per person limits applied if needed on the day. See you soon! 🙌🎉🍻 ___ Sexy can art coming from @robot.lebeau
Friday, May 18th!  IT'S FINALLY HAPPENING! Our first ever 🔥CAN RELEASE🔥!
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We are so ridiculously excited to share with you our brand new Hazy Double IPA, "Big Blur" in 16oz cans. This behemoth of a beer comes in at 8.5% and is loaded with Citra, CTZ, and Vic Secret hops! Come by Friday, next week and grab a couple of 4 packs for the weekend.
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Prices are $6.50/can and $22/4-Pack. Per person limits applied if needed on the day.  See you soon! 🙌🎉🍻
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Sexy can art coming from @robot.lebeau
Friday, May 18th! IT'S FINALLY HAPPENING! Our first ever 🔥CAN RELEASE🔥! ___ We are so ridiculously excited to share with you our brand new Hazy Double IPA, "Big Blur" in 16oz cans. This behemoth of a beer comes in at 8.5% and is loaded with Citra, CTZ, and Vic Secret hops! Come by Friday, next week and grab a couple of 4 packs for the weekend. ___ Prices are $6.50/can and $22/4-Pack. Per person limits applied if needed on the day. See you soon! 🙌🎉🍻 ___ Sexy can art coming from @robot.lebeau
Ariel is getting spoiled @armisticebeer 
#puppylove#beer🍻#coolestplaceever#armisticebeer#dogfriendly #w/auntieAnabel&uncleSal#loved#happy#makingmemories #🐶👩‍🏫🤵👰
Through June we’ll have our friends at @richcityrides on the Ally Tap! $1 from every pint ordered goes to support their efforts to empower Rich City through cycling. Get after it!
Through June we’ll have our friends at @richcityrides on the Ally Tap! $1 from every pint ordered goes to support their efforts to empower Rich City through cycling. Get after it!
Introducing: "Foine," Unfined IPA, 7%: Foine, adj.: finer than fine; finings, n.: substances added to clarify beer. Historically, fining agents have included egg whites, isinglass (fish bladder), and gelatin (cartilage and bones). Yum! Traditionally beer was not vegetarian because of the fining agents, so it was a big deal when Guinness went vegan last year by ditching their finings made of fish guts. We rarely fine our beers (and when we do we use vegan finings) because we don’t hate on haze and we think the beers are already foine. We didn’t go out of our way to make this one hazy, but we didn’t force the clarity issue either. Between the whole-leaf Idaho-7 in the hopback, Simcoe in the whirlpool, and tons of Cascade and Simcoe in the dry hop, this unfined IPA has one heck of a hop haze to go alongside sticky notes of rind and resin. It should clarify in a couple of weeks, but it probably won’t last that long. And that’s foine.
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YES TO GROWLER/CROWLERS
Introducing: "Foine," Unfined IPA, 7%: Foine, adj.: finer than fine; finings, n.: substances added to clarify beer. Historically, fining agents have included egg whites, isinglass (fish bladder), and gelatin (cartilage and bones). Yum! Traditionally beer was not vegetarian because of the fining agents, so it was a big deal when Guinness went vegan last year by ditching their finings made of fish guts. We rarely fine our beers (and when we do we use vegan finings) because we don’t hate on haze and we think the beers are already foine. We didn’t go out of our way to make this one hazy, but we didn’t force the clarity issue either. Between the whole-leaf Idaho-7 in the hopback, Simcoe in the whirlpool, and tons of Cascade and Simcoe in the dry hop, this unfined IPA has one heck of a hop haze to go alongside sticky notes of rind and resin. It should clarify in a couple of weeks, but it probably won’t last that long. And that’s foine. . YES TO GROWLER/CROWLERS
We are so #blessed here in Richmond with so many great non-profits and community groups doing great work! With your help our "Ally Tap" program raised over $1700 for @ryseyouthcenter ! Thank you all for your support and make sure to come out and purchase the Ally Tap for our new group, @richcityrides ! #AlesAndAllies
We are so #blessed  here in Richmond with so many great non-profits and community groups doing great work! With your help our "Ally Tap" program raised over $1700 for @ryseyouthcenter ! Thank you all for your support and make sure to come out and purchase the Ally Tap for our new group, @richcityrides ! #AlesAndAllies 
Join us today for #CincoDeMayo! Our friends Taqueria Esperanza will be serving all day in the beer garden with our Taco Tuesday deal (3 tacos for $5 🌮🌮🌮)! We'll also have DJ @timbuckwalter spinning some vinyl! Foggy Mountain and Scrunchie are tasting 🔥🔥🔥 right now so get down here!
Join us today for #CincoDeMayo ! Our friends Taqueria Esperanza will be serving all day in the beer garden with our Taco Tuesday deal (3 tacos for $5 🌮🌮🌮)! We'll also have DJ @timbuckwalter spinning some vinyl! Foggy Mountain and Scrunchie are tasting 🔥🔥🔥 right now so get down here!
TOMORROW IS THE DAY!  We are getting prepared for our "May the 4th BEER with you" Star Wars party! Tomorrow you can have any of our hazy IPAs/pale ales "Blue Milk Style." Get a dollar off your pint all day if you come in Star Wars costume or apparel. Star Wars trivia starts at 7pm and our costume contest is at 9pm! Fog machine and glow lights will be on! It's gonna be awesome.
TOMORROW IS THE DAY! We are getting prepared for our "May the 4th BEER with you" Star Wars party! Tomorrow you can have any of our hazy IPAs/pale ales "Blue Milk Style." Get a dollar off your pint all day if you come in Star Wars costume or apparel. Star Wars trivia starts at 7pm and our costume contest is at 9pm! Fog machine and glow lights will be on! It's gonna be awesome.
Introducing: "Shillax," Scottish 80 Shilling Ale, 5%: The next in our commercial suicide series is a foray into the contested history of hardly hopped, malt-forward Scottish ales. Some say the lack of hops is due to a combination of nationalist sentiment and agricultural limitations. The story goes: Scotland wasn’t fit for  hop cultivation and Scottish brewers were resistant to paying England -- their sometime neighbor, sometime nemesis -- for imported hops. Nice story but it’s probably not true, since Scotland imported hops from all over and hoppy IPAs were just as popular in Edinburgh as they were in Burton. The price was based on the strength of the finished product; usually Scottish ales fell between 60 and 90 shillings per hogshead for anywhere between 2.5% and 6% ABV. At 5%, our 80 shilling would have been considered export strength. This one only travels about twenty feet from the brewery to the tap, but it could cross the North Sea if it wanted to.
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Introducing: "Shillax," Scottish 80 Shilling Ale, 5%: The next in our commercial suicide series is a foray into the contested history of hardly hopped, malt-forward Scottish ales. Some say the lack of hops is due to a combination of nationalist sentiment and agricultural limitations. The story goes: Scotland wasn’t fit for  hop cultivation and Scottish brewers were resistant to paying England -- their sometime neighbor, sometime nemesis -- for imported hops. Nice story but it’s probably not true, since Scotland imported hops from all over and hoppy IPAs were just as popular in Edinburgh as they were in Burton. The price was based on the strength of the finished product; usually Scottish ales fell between 60 and 90 shillings per hogshead for anywhere between 2.5% and 6% ABV. At 5%, our 80 shilling would have been considered export strength. This one only travels about twenty feet from the brewery to the tap, but it could cross the North Sea if it wanted to. . YES TO GROWLER/CROWLERS
Love Star Wars? Have some Star Wars Apparel? Want to try a "Blue Milk" IPA?  Well join us Friday, May 4th cause we're celebrating the greatest movies of all time! We're hosting our "May the 4th Beer with You" party with $1 off your pints all day if you come in a Star Wars costume or attire! Star Wars Trivia starts at 7pm, costume contest at 9pm with beer-to-go prizes! Also we'll be releasing our SUPER LIMITED "Blue Milk" IPA! Interested? More info from the link in our bio!
Love Star Wars? Have some Star Wars Apparel? Want to try a "Blue Milk" IPA? Well join us Friday, May 4th cause we're celebrating the greatest movies of all time! We're hosting our "May the 4th Beer with You" party with $1 off your pints all day if you come in a Star Wars costume or attire! Star Wars Trivia starts at 7pm, costume contest at 9pm with beer-to-go prizes! Also we'll be releasing our SUPER LIMITED "Blue Milk" IPA! Interested? More info from the link in our bio!
Introducing: "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," Hazy IPA, 6.9%: Before there was Hardly Strictly, there was Earl. *And before Earl there were African-inspired rhythms on a gourd instrument that accompanied slave spirituals – the first truly American music.* Earl Scruggs made the banjo a lead instrument when he stepped out of the shadow of Bill Monroe and debuted his three-finger picking style that continues to define bluegrass. With apologies to JD Vance, “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” is the ur-text of Appalachian nostalgia – a bright deluge of rolls that seems to occupy all states of matter at once – both staccato and fluid, melodic and percussive, rapidly syncopated and smooth as butter. And with foggy in the title, it’s a good excuse for a beer name. This one is all fogged up with whole leaf Simcoe, Citra and Motueka. Folks on Rocky Top drink their corn from a jar, but we prefer our jars full of a foggy medley of liquid barley and the dankest hops.
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Introducing: "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," Hazy IPA, 6.9%: Before there was Hardly Strictly, there was Earl. *And before Earl there were African-inspired rhythms on a gourd instrument that accompanied slave spirituals – the first truly American music.* Earl Scruggs made the banjo a lead instrument when he stepped out of the shadow of Bill Monroe and debuted his three-finger picking style that continues to define bluegrass. With apologies to JD Vance, “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” is the ur-text of Appalachian nostalgia – a bright deluge of rolls that seems to occupy all states of matter at once – both staccato and fluid, melodic and percussive, rapidly syncopated and smooth as butter. And with foggy in the title, it’s a good excuse for a beer name. This one is all fogged up with whole leaf Simcoe, Citra and Motueka. Folks on Rocky Top drink their corn from a jar, but we prefer our jars full of a foggy medley of liquid barley and the dankest hops. . YES TO GROWLER/CROWLER FILLS
our next saturday run is in 3 weeks — may 12. have a good weekend. 😀  #eastbaybeerrunners #runningonhops #armisticebrewing #armisticebeer #richmondbeer #vansees
Hey! It's really beautiful out in the beer garden right now which is why we're introducing a NEW HAZY IPA TODAY...
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Introducing: "Frosted Tips," Hazy IPA, 6.3% ABV: It’s gonna be May, and late spring has us wanting a hazy IPA like JT wanted you back circa 1997. We’re hankering for a juicy, dank number like Guy Fieri  hankers for a no-collar Baltimore Beef Badboy on fried cheese instead of bread with an au jus of yesterday’s fryer oil and a side of crispy bits fished from Flavortown’s fryer catch. We’d never serve our beer in a frosted glass, but we dig the frosted look of sunshine fighting through a pint of turbid brew. This one has an ample dose of oats, and tons of citrus character from a huge charge of Mandarina Bavaria and Citra. El Dorado in the whirlpool and dry-hop add a pungent note of the tropics laced with the best Cali bud. To crib a line from that guy in 98 Degrees, this beer is our sunshine after the rain. Or was that the Backstreet Boys? Or that Sugar Ray asshole? Whatever. They all look the same.
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Hey! It's really beautiful out in the beer garden right now which is why we're introducing a NEW HAZY IPA TODAY... . Introducing: "Frosted Tips," Hazy IPA, 6.3% ABV: It’s gonna be May, and late spring has us wanting a hazy IPA like JT wanted you back circa 1997. We’re hankering for a juicy, dank number like Guy Fieri  hankers for a no-collar Baltimore Beef Badboy on fried cheese instead of bread with an au jus of yesterday’s fryer oil and a side of crispy bits fished from Flavortown’s fryer catch. We’d never serve our beer in a frosted glass, but we dig the frosted look of sunshine fighting through a pint of turbid brew. This one has an ample dose of oats, and tons of citrus character from a huge charge of Mandarina Bavaria and Citra. El Dorado in the whirlpool and dry-hop add a pungent note of the tropics laced with the best Cali bud. To crib a line from that guy in 98 Degrees, this beer is our sunshine after the rain. Or was that the Backstreet Boys? Or that Sugar Ray asshole? Whatever. They all look the same. . YES TO GROWLER/CROWLERS
Join us as DJ @timbuckwalter spins some northern soul and pop vinyl in the beer garden this Saturday! Taqueria Esperanza will be slinging some delicious Mexican Food and the weather should be perfect for a pint of Hazy Pale Ale or Golden Ale. Music will play from 2pm to 6pm.
Join us as DJ @timbuckwalter spins some northern soul and pop vinyl in the beer garden this Saturday! Taqueria Esperanza will be slinging some delicious Mexican Food and the weather should be perfect for a pint of Hazy Pale Ale or Golden Ale. Music will play from 2pm to 6pm.
Introducing: "Golden State," Golden Ale, 6% ABV: Surprise! The Golden State Warriors are back in the NBA playoffs so we decided to brew something golden, local, and crushable to nurse you through the return of Steph Curry. The grist bill is simple: 100% Feldblume, a floor-malted barley from our friends at @admiralmaltings in Alameda. The barley is grown in the nearby Sacramento Valley and was specifically developed for dry-farming. Then we made it a little English, because what’s more English than basketball (besides perhaps every other American institution)? East Kent Goldings hops lend a subdued herbal character to the background without boxing out the characterful local malt. Pints of this sippable, splashable, repeatable beer are $1 off during Dubs games. It may be the perfect game-time beer, but it’ll take the W whenever you want to post up to the bar. Go Dubs!
Introducing: "Golden State," Golden Ale, 6% ABV: Surprise! The Golden State Warriors are back in the NBA playoffs so we decided to brew something golden, local, and crushable to nurse you through the return of Steph Curry. The grist bill is simple: 100% Feldblume, a floor-malted barley from our friends at @admiralmaltings in Alameda. The barley is grown in the nearby Sacramento Valley and was specifically developed for dry-farming. Then we made it a little English, because what’s more English than basketball (besides perhaps every other American institution)? East Kent Goldings hops lend a subdued herbal character to the background without boxing out the characterful local malt. Pints of this sippable, splashable, repeatable beer are $1 off during Dubs games. It may be the perfect game-time beer, but it’ll take the W whenever you want to post up to the bar. Go Dubs!
Super stoked to be joining our friends @therarebarrel today for @allagashbrewing Saison Day! Our Bay Saison will be showcased at The Rare Barrel with a bunch of other delicious Saisons from a bunch of rad breweries in and around the Bay Area. Come join us!
Super stoked to be joining our friends @therarebarrel today for @allagashbrewing Saison Day! Our Bay Saison will be showcased at The Rare Barrel with a bunch of other delicious Saisons from a bunch of rad breweries in and around the Bay Area. Come join us!
Love beer? Love community? Love when beer brings community together?!? Come join the Armistice Team! We are NOW HIRING part-time taproom associates! We're fortunate to have such an incredible team and we're looking for passionate, team working individuals to join us in our continued quest to bring delicious beer and a gathering space to our community here in Richmond. Interested? Check the link in our bio for more about the job and information on how to apply.
Love beer? Love community? Love when beer brings community together?!? Come join the Armistice Team! We are NOW HIRING part-time taproom associates! We're fortunate to have such an incredible team and we're looking for passionate, team working individuals to join us in our continued quest to bring delicious beer and a gathering space to our community here in Richmond. Interested? Check the link in our bio for more about the job and information on how to apply.
Call your siblings to wish them a happy #NationalSiblingDay! Thanks to Armistice, we don't have to since we see each other every damn day! 🙃
Call your siblings to wish them a happy #NationalSiblingDay ! Thanks to Armistice, we don't have to since we see each other every damn day! 🙃
Introducing: "Fuzzy Math," Hazy Pale Ale, 5%: Clearly we’re in a throw-back mood, but the expression of that mood is, like so much from the hazy period between the millennial celebrations (y2k!) and the onset of the post-9/11 world, far from clear. This HPA is brimming with Cascade, our favorite throwback hop, and the new reliable Mosaic. Then we blanket the beer like state surveillance blankets …everything… with a thick dry-hop of Mosaic and Nelson. Fuzzy math leads to bad budgets, so we used clear math to make hazy beer. This is a classic example of what happens when you adjust the sulfate-to-chloride ratio of the brewing water. A higher ratio makes the hops pop; Compare it to Scrunchie, which has a lower ratio and lends itself to a rounder mouthfeel that smoothes out the hops. Enjoy both of these hazy pale ales quick, before they go the way of privacy and civil liberties!
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Introducing: "Fuzzy Math," Hazy Pale Ale, 5%: Clearly we’re in a throw-back mood, but the expression of that mood is, like so much from the hazy period between the millennial celebrations (y2k!) and the onset of the post-9/11 world, far from clear. This HPA is brimming with Cascade, our favorite throwback hop, and the new reliable Mosaic. Then we blanket the beer like state surveillance blankets …everything… with a thick dry-hop of Mosaic and Nelson. Fuzzy math leads to bad budgets, so we used clear math to make hazy beer. This is a classic example of what happens when you adjust the sulfate-to-chloride ratio of the brewing water. A higher ratio makes the hops pop; Compare it to Scrunchie, which has a lower ratio and lends itself to a rounder mouthfeel that smoothes out the hops. Enjoy both of these hazy pale ales quick, before they go the way of privacy and civil liberties! . YES TO GROWLER/CROWLERS
Introducing: "Bay Saison," Saison w/ California Bay Leaves, 5.9% ABV: Spring has sprung! Proserpina is a mess of allergies, sneezing poppies & lupine all over the Bay. The oxalis has us seeing yellow, forgetting that it’s invasive AF. Willows are popping & the last buds on the plums have blown. In the Regional Parks (the gems of the East Bay) the California bay flowers in a green shade. Some call it laurel, some bay; we call it delicious. The cahuilla, chumash, pomo, miwok, and other indigenous peoples use it for culinary & medicinal purposes, & adding freshly foraged bay leaves to a saison might be a mix of both. To commemorate the season, we brewed a wheat-heavy saison (French for season) with two sach strains that are redolent of fruit, spice, & rusticity. A lemondrop dry-hop mingles the complex saison phenolic profile and the fresh bay leaves for a bright bouquet garni of lemon, pepper, & earth.
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Introducing: "Bay Saison," Saison w/ California Bay Leaves, 5.9% ABV: Spring has sprung! Proserpina is a mess of allergies, sneezing poppies & lupine all over the Bay. The oxalis has us seeing yellow, forgetting that it’s invasive AF. Willows are popping & the last buds on the plums have blown. In the Regional Parks (the gems of the East Bay) the California bay flowers in a green shade. Some call it laurel, some bay; we call it delicious. The cahuilla, chumash, pomo, miwok, and other indigenous peoples use it for culinary & medicinal purposes, & adding freshly foraged bay leaves to a saison might be a mix of both. To commemorate the season, we brewed a wheat-heavy saison (French for season) with two sach strains that are redolent of fruit, spice, & rusticity. A lemondrop dry-hop mingles the complex saison phenolic profile and the fresh bay leaves for a bright bouquet garni of lemon, pepper, & earth. . YES TO GROWLER/CROWLERS
Well, if the brewery thing doesn't work out I can always become a "stencil painter." #IStillKnowHowToPaintWithinTheLines
Introducing: "Coconut by Swallow," Coconut Stout, 7% ABV: You’re using coconuts! By trial of arms (& the loss of the like) we won a murder of African swallows from a thoroughly flesh-wounded knight. Of course, European swallows would have been a superior choice for our task, given their migratory instincts, but once we determined the air-speed velocity of an unladen European swallow & calculated the weight of a coconut against that of a duck, we realized the weight-ratio was all wrong. So we spent the better part of a year training non-migratory African swallows to migrate with coconuts from the tropics to Camelot. There we brewed a big, gnarley, english-style stout chock full of chocolate & coffee notes, & added 10.7 pounds per barrel of toasted coconut (roughly equivalent to 37.5 ducks) to round out the roast. We suggest serving it in a grail, if you’ve already got one.
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Introducing: "Coconut by Swallow," Coconut Stout, 7% ABV: You’re using coconuts! By trial of arms (& the loss of the like) we won a murder of African swallows from a thoroughly flesh-wounded knight. Of course, European swallows would have been a superior choice for our task, given their migratory instincts, but once we determined the air-speed velocity of an unladen European swallow & calculated the weight of a coconut against that of a duck, we realized the weight-ratio was all wrong. So we spent the better part of a year training non-migratory African swallows to migrate with coconuts from the tropics to Camelot. There we brewed a big, gnarley, english-style stout chock full of chocolate & coffee notes, & added 10.7 pounds per barrel of toasted coconut (roughly equivalent to 37.5 ducks) to round out the roast. We suggest serving it in a grail, if you’ve already got one. . YES TO GROWLER/CROWLERS
We're open regular hours today and tomorrow (Easter) so you've got the rest of the weekend to try "Deez Boots" our hazy IPA collab with @pinkbootssociety_bayarea. A warning though.... the way this beer is moving we may have to stop growler/crowler fills by Monday.
We're open regular hours today and tomorrow (Easter) so you've got the rest of the weekend to try "Deez Boots" our hazy IPA collab with @pinkbootssociety_bayarea. A warning though.... the way this beer is moving we may have to stop growler/crowler fills by Monday.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of our business, our customers don't get to enjoy the beer garden in the morning like we do. We had to take a second during the brew today to take in the glorious sunrise here. We are very fortunate to be in a beautiful city and community. #RichmondCA
Unfortunately, due to the nature of our business, our customers don't get to enjoy the beer garden in the morning like we do. We had to take a second during the brew today to take in the glorious sunrise here. We are very fortunate to be in a beautiful city and community. #RichmondCA 
Introducing: "Deez Boots," Hazy IPA, 7.4%: Have you seen Nancy Sinatra’s boots? There’s no way those stilettos were made for walkin’. Those boots, as Roxanne Gay says of all heels and purses, were made to slow women down. @pinkbootssociety , however, accelerates women and their careers in craft beer. Deez Boots is our contribution to PBS’s International Women’s Day Collaboration. We were joined by the bad ass women from @novelbrewing, @rosestaproom, and @originalpattern. In total more than 240 brew teams from around the world collaborated on different beers with the same unique hop blend that featured Mosaic, Loral, Palisade, Citra, and Simcoe. Unsurprisingly, we decided to brew a hazy IPA. Deez Boots features a big, soft pillowy body sandwiched between hop aroma and flavor that alternates between citrusy rindfruit and the dankest resin. Deez Boots were made for brewin’.
Introducing: "Deez Boots," Hazy IPA, 7.4%: Have you seen Nancy Sinatra’s boots? There’s no way those stilettos were made for walkin’. Those boots, as Roxanne Gay says of all heels and purses, were made to slow women down. @pinkbootssociety , however, accelerates women and their careers in craft beer. Deez Boots is our contribution to PBS’s International Women’s Day Collaboration. We were joined by the bad ass women from @novelbrewing, @rosestaproom, and @originalpattern. In total more than 240 brew teams from around the world collaborated on different beers with the same unique hop blend that featured Mosaic, Loral, Palisade, Citra, and Simcoe. Unsurprisingly, we decided to brew a hazy IPA. Deez Boots features a big, soft pillowy body sandwiched between hop aroma and flavor that alternates between citrusy rindfruit and the dankest resin. Deez Boots were made for brewin’.
75 lbs of coconut in a beer that's not IPiñA? 🤔#comingsoon
75 lbs of coconut in a beer that's not IPiñA? 🤔#comingsoon 
Roasting coconut for a beer, but it's not IPiñA... 🤔
Roasting coconut for a beer, but it's not IPiñA... 🤔
Sun's out! Time to join us in the beer garden. 8 beers on the board and @curbside.kitchen starting at 5pm! ☀️🍻🍔🌮
Sun's out! Time to join us in the beer garden. 8 beers on the board and @curbside.kitchen starting at 5pm! ☀️🍻🍔🌮
@jasperthebasset wasn't too happy when we told him we are discontinuing our original "7-Panel Dopeness" hats. Come on by to grab what's left of em, and get ready to see some new merch in the coming months!
@jasperthebasset wasn't too happy when we told him we are discontinuing our original "7-Panel Dopeness" hats. Come on by to grab what's left of em, and get ready to see some new merch in the coming months!
Introducing: "Sidereal," IPA, 6.8%: Sidereal means ‘of the stars.’ It’s in the title of Galileo’s landmark Sidereus Nuncius, ‘The Starry Messenger.’ 300 years after the death of Galileo another great mind was born: Stephen Hawking. His insights left us all gazing up at the stars with the inverted vertigo of wonder and new knowledge. His accessible style made the most complicated questions approachable for the public who funded his research. He sought to know the mind of a thing some call god, then theorized the beginning of the universe without a thing some call god. He taught us that black holes need not be the archetype for human fear – that they’re creators as much as they are destroyers. He taught us that while atoms may never escape a black hole, their mass energy pours back into the universe. so pour one out for Dr. Hawking, whose energy is still moving us starward.
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This IPA is brewed with Amarillo, Ekuanot, and Lemondrop hops.
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Introducing: "Sidereal," IPA, 6.8%: Sidereal means ‘of the stars.’ It’s in the title of Galileo’s landmark Sidereus Nuncius, ‘The Starry Messenger.’ 300 years after the death of Galileo another great mind was born: Stephen Hawking. His insights left us all gazing up at the stars with the inverted vertigo of wonder and new knowledge. His accessible style made the most complicated questions approachable for the public who funded his research. He sought to know the mind of a thing some call god, then theorized the beginning of the universe without a thing some call god. He taught us that black holes need not be the archetype for human fear – that they’re creators as much as they are destroyers. He taught us that while atoms may never escape a black hole, their mass energy pours back into the universe. so pour one out for Dr. Hawking, whose energy is still moving us starward. . This IPA is brewed with Amarillo, Ekuanot, and Lemondrop hops. . YES TO GROWLER/CROWLERS
Introducing: "Double Dry Hopped Tesserae," Double IPA, 8%: Nothing exceeds like excess, unless you’ve messed with Tess in excess. We assessed this aggressive IPA from the west and, though we were impressed with its success, we found room to press even more hops into our process. Obsessed with our quest to address this, we couldn’t suppress the urge to test this beer with double the hops. Lest you think this just jest, or the pounding of chests, we’ll attest there’s no less than 7.5 pounds per barrel in this double dry-hopped version of Tess. Nevertheless and never at rest, we further congested Tess by running it through a nest of 22 pounds of whole leaf El Dorado in our hopback. Brewing’s no pissing contest; it’s a hopfest – and this is a full court press of tropical hops, a compressed pineapple express refreshed with orange zest. If it’s not the best it’s progress. DDH Tess is #blessed.
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Introducing: "Double Dry Hopped Tesserae," Double IPA, 8%: Nothing exceeds like excess, unless you’ve messed with Tess in excess. We assessed this aggressive IPA from the west and, though we were impressed with its success, we found room to press even more hops into our process. Obsessed with our quest to address this, we couldn’t suppress the urge to test this beer with double the hops. Lest you think this just jest, or the pounding of chests, we’ll attest there’s no less than 7.5 pounds per barrel in this double dry-hopped version of Tess. Nevertheless and never at rest, we further congested Tess by running it through a nest of 22 pounds of whole leaf El Dorado in our hopback. Brewing’s no pissing contest; it’s a hopfest – and this is a full court press of tropical hops, a compressed pineapple express refreshed with orange zest. If it’s not the best it’s progress. DDH Tess is #blessed . . YES TO GROWLER/CROWLERS
Keggin up a lot of hoppy elixir. Expect a few releases this week!
Keggin up a lot of hoppy elixir. Expect a few releases this week!
We're celebrating #internationalwomensday with a @pinkbootssociety_bayarea collaboration brew! Pink Books is a rad group that encourages, assists, and inspires women to both start and advance their careers in the beer industry!  Thanks to a special PBS hop blend for the collab we brewed a delicious double IPA that should be available in the next few weeks! #PBB2018 #thebrewerisfemALE
We're celebrating #internationalwomensday  with a @pinkbootssociety_bayarea collaboration brew! Pink Books is a rad group that encourages, assists, and inspires women to both start and advance their careers in the beer industry! Thanks to a special PBS hop blend for the collab we brewed a delicious double IPA that should be available in the next few weeks! #PBB2018  #thebrewerisfemALE 
Grains, trains, and brewing-mobiles. #brewday #doubletesserare
Introducing: "Tea & Crumpets," English Golden Ale, 5%: Henry James’ The Portrait of a Lady begins thusly: “There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.” We can therefore infer that, among the many pleasures the novelist never tasted, we must sadly include happy hour. But at Armistice, you don’t have to choose between high tea and happy hour because we combined them in a single beer. We used 64 crumpets in the mash of this refined refreshment and then added Earl Grey tea at the end of fermentation. The base beer is a single-malt English golden ale brewed with @admiralmaltings Maiden Voyage, a biscuity pale malt with sweet aromas of toast with honey, which emphasizes the breadiness of the crumpets. A small charge of herbal East Kent Goldings hops lends a tea note that elevates the citrus of the bergamot. Pinkies up!
Introducing: "Tea & Crumpets," English Golden Ale, 5%: Henry James’ The Portrait of a Lady begins thusly: “There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.” We can therefore infer that, among the many pleasures the novelist never tasted, we must sadly include happy hour. But at Armistice, you don’t have to choose between high tea and happy hour because we combined them in a single beer. We used 64 crumpets in the mash of this refined refreshment and then added Earl Grey tea at the end of fermentation. The base beer is a single-malt English golden ale brewed with @admiralmaltings Maiden Voyage, a biscuity pale malt with sweet aromas of toast with honey, which emphasizes the breadiness of the crumpets. A small charge of herbal East Kent Goldings hops lends a tea note that elevates the citrus of the bergamot. Pinkies up!
As the sun sets on our first beer week, we can't help but feel humbled and proud to be a part of such an amazing brewing community! Thank you to everyone who came out and supported us at our events and we look forward to many more beer weeks to come! Come join us today as we have a lot of delicious beer left over (9 different beers). Open regular hours today, Trivia starts at 7pm!
As the sun sets on our first beer week, we can't help but feel humbled and proud to be a part of such an amazing brewing community! Thank you to everyone who came out and supported us at our events and we look forward to many more beer weeks to come! Come join us today as we have a lot of delicious beer left over (9 different beers). Open regular hours today, Trivia starts at 7pm!
Introducing: "2nd Best Bitter," English Best Bitter, 4.4%: Consider this our commercial suicide note. It’s beer week, and folks are debating the merits of east coast vs. west coast IPAs, comparing this year’s Pliny to last year’s, drinking hop puns that clock in at 17%, and getting crossfaded on beers that are actually dank. In the midst of this lupulinsanity, we released an English best bitter – a low-ABV style that no one has ever heard of. Literally you’re the first one. In an ironic twist of history you have enacted a reverse colonialism by discovering England, or at least an English style. You’re like Sir Francis Drake discovering Marin. Literally no one knew about it. Not even the coastal Miwok. They had no idea. Drake discovered it *to* them. Anyway, it’s a great style you just discovered – sessionable but flavorful, redolent of toasted bread and biscuits with just enough herbal bitterness to encourage another balanced sip. Congrats on your big find!
Introducing: "2nd Best Bitter," English Best Bitter, 4.4%: Consider this our commercial suicide note. It’s beer week, and folks are debating the merits of east coast vs. west coast IPAs, comparing this year’s Pliny to last year’s, drinking hop puns that clock in at 17%, and getting crossfaded on beers that are actually dank. In the midst of this lupulinsanity, we released an English best bitter – a low-ABV style that no one has ever heard of. Literally you’re the first one. In an ironic twist of history you have enacted a reverse colonialism by discovering England, or at least an English style. You’re like Sir Francis Drake discovering Marin. Literally no one knew about it. Not even the coastal Miwok. They had no idea. Drake discovered it *to* them. Anyway, it’s a great style you just discovered – sessionable but flavorful, redolent of toasted bread and biscuits with just enough herbal bitterness to encourage another balanced sip. Congrats on your big find!
Regram from @cadet_wineandbeer: Super stoked to be on tap alongside @tannerybendbeer in #Napa tonight! #sfbeerweek #armisticebeer #bayareabeer
‪Swill + Swell views 🙌🍺🌊☀️#SFBeerWeek #ArmisticeBeer
Introducing "Young & Roily" IPA, 6.5%: Drink it fast. Drink it now. Drink it while it’s young and roily. “With time and temperature everything falls out” (Sartre, probably). Well, we’ll see. Most of our hoppy beers don’t last long enough to drop bright (that’s British for clarify). We dry hop like we vote: early and often. The theorized biotransformation of non-aromatic hop glycosides into aromatic terpenoids creates new aromatics that would not be available in traditional, cold, post-fermentation dry-hopping. But biotransformation also leaves hop polyphenols in suspension, which causes that delicious iridescent haze. All hoppy styles should be consumed young, but nelson and mosaic particularly shine when they’re fresh. They flirt with the tropics but reveal their danker sides when pushed. But don’t push them too far. In the haze of youth, their prefrontal cortexes are still developing. You might say they’re precipitate without precipitating.
Introducing "Young & Roily" IPA, 6.5%: Drink it fast. Drink it now. Drink it while it’s young and roily. “With time and temperature everything falls out” (Sartre, probably). Well, we’ll see. Most of our hoppy beers don’t last long enough to drop bright (that’s British for clarify). We dry hop like we vote: early and often. The theorized biotransformation of non-aromatic hop glycosides into aromatic terpenoids creates new aromatics that would not be available in traditional, cold, post-fermentation dry-hopping. But biotransformation also leaves hop polyphenols in suspension, which causes that delicious iridescent haze. All hoppy styles should be consumed young, but nelson and mosaic particularly shine when they’re fresh. They flirt with the tropics but reveal their danker sides when pushed. But don’t push them too far. In the haze of youth, their prefrontal cortexes are still developing. You might say they’re precipitate without precipitating.
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Introducing: "Hiney the Bunger" Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout, 12%: After the first few hours of waiting in line for a half pint of Very Rare Beer, you finish the book you brought with you & all your podcasts. Then you learn Japanese, Esperanto, & High Valaryian on a language app. You learn how to code & wrote your own language app. You write your own language for the language app. When you reach the end of the internet, you start talking to the person next to you in line. Doesn’t anyone work around here? Later, you agree to be the executor of their will & godparent to their firstborn. At some point the nation reaches terminal oil & the streets became eerily quiet. The person in line next to you gives birth to their firstborn. Disillusionment & anarchy sweep across the earth some time later. At this point, you’ve been sober for the longest you’ve ever been. You kinda like it. You think about getting out of line, but that’s just the anarchy & disillusionment talking. Meanwhile, the person next to you dies of old age, but their phone had died too, & with it the number of their firstborn, who graduated & is studying percussion in Mali. You finish your first novel. Anon you translate it into the language you wrote, but no one is left (save the people in line ahead of you) to learn the language on the language app you’d written, let alone to read the book you’d written in the language you’d written. Finally, you see the end of the line. The following hour they run out of Very Rare Beer. You saw this coming. Anarchy & disillusionment prepared you for it. So you settle for an off-brand beer called Hiney the Bunger instead. Hiney is not a white whale of a beer. Not yet. It starts life as our STRAIGHT METAL imperial stout, OH-WAH-AH-AH-AH. Already evocative of cacao, dark fruit, & molasses (though it contains none of them), it bides its time in cherry-wood smoked bourbon barrels from our friends @sonomadistilling, where it picks up notes of vanilla, oak, and cherry. We were glad for our patience when we finally pulled the bungs on these barrels. It’s a beer worth waiting for, but you probably won’t have to.
Introducing: "Hiney the Bunger" Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout, 12%: After the first few hours of waiting in line for a half pint of Very Rare Beer, you finish the book you brought with you & all your podcasts. Then you learn Japanese, Esperanto, & High Valaryian on a language app. You learn how to code & wrote your own language app. You write your own language for the language app. When you reach the end of the internet, you start talking to the person next to you in line. Doesn’t anyone work around here? Later, you agree to be the executor of their will & godparent to their firstborn. At some point the nation reaches terminal oil & the streets became eerily quiet. The person in line next to you gives birth to their firstborn. Disillusionment & anarchy sweep across the earth some time later. At this point, you’ve been sober for the longest you’ve ever been. You kinda like it. You think about getting out of line, but that’s just the anarchy & disillusionment talking. Meanwhile, the person next to you dies of old age, but their phone had died too, & with it the number of their firstborn, who graduated & is studying percussion in Mali. You finish your first novel. Anon you translate it into the language you wrote, but no one is left (save the people in line ahead of you) to learn the language on the language app you’d written, let alone to read the book you’d written in the language you’d written. Finally, you see the end of the line. The following hour they run out of Very Rare Beer. You saw this coming. Anarchy & disillusionment prepared you for it. So you settle for an off-brand beer called Hiney the Bunger instead. Hiney is not a white whale of a beer. Not yet. It starts life as our STRAIGHT METAL imperial stout, OH-WAH-AH-AH-AH. Already evocative of cacao, dark fruit, & molasses (though it contains none of them), it bides its time in cherry-wood smoked bourbon barrels from our friends @sonomadistilling, where it picks up notes of vanilla, oak, and cherry. We were glad for our patience when we finally pulled the bungs on these barrels. It’s a beer worth waiting for, but you probably won’t have to.
Introducing: "Nifty!" IPA, 6.2%: Sometimes you just want something to cut through the haze like a hot knife through cannabutter…and sometimes you just want hot knives. Sometimes you want a beer that looks less like gravy and more like beer. Sometimes you want a crisp, clear, dry IPA the way they used to make them way back in 2014 on the Best Coast. It’s no secret that we love our hazy, juicy IPAs (though we refuse to call them North East IPAs), but we cut our teeth brewing aggressive, west-coast-style dank grenades that are as sticky and resinous as trimmers’ thumbs. But this one isn’t just one weed reference after another; green, nugged-out terpenery is balanced by subtle notes of grapefruit and passionfruit. Simcoe and Citra are classic partners in this archetypal West Coast IPA, but “Simtra” was taken and “Citcoe” sounds like a gas diesel station, so we went with Nifty!
Introducing: "Nifty!" IPA, 6.2%: Sometimes you just want something to cut through the haze like a hot knife through cannabutter…and sometimes you just want hot knives. Sometimes you want a beer that looks less like gravy and more like beer. Sometimes you want a crisp, clear, dry IPA the way they used to make them way back in 2014 on the Best Coast. It’s no secret that we love our hazy, juicy IPAs (though we refuse to call them North East IPAs), but we cut our teeth brewing aggressive, west-coast-style dank grenades that are as sticky and resinous as trimmers’ thumbs. But this one isn’t just one weed reference after another; green, nugged-out terpenery is balanced by subtle notes of grapefruit and passionfruit. Simcoe and Citra are classic partners in this archetypal West Coast IPA, but “Simtra” was taken and “Citcoe” sounds like a gas diesel station, so we went with Nifty!
Feeling English AF RN🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧. We're taking English Golden Ale to the NEXT LEVEL. This @admiralmaltings golden ale has 64 crumpets in the mash to give us that delicious bready goodness. We've got one more surprise addition for this beer, but more on that later 😉
Feeling English AF RN🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧. We're taking English Golden Ale to the NEXT LEVEL. This @admiralmaltings golden ale has 64 crumpets in the mash to give us that delicious bready goodness. We've got one more surprise addition for this beer, but more on that later 😉
Introducing: "Boysenberry πPA à la Mode" Milkshake IPA, 7.7%: What the heck is a πPA à la mode? It’s like a warm pie fresh out of the oven with a melting scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. It’s like a fat, overripe memory from some summer long ago meets the golden age of IPAs, which is right now. It’s our take on the trendy milkshake IPA, but this one is thick with nostalgia. We start with a hazy, juicy IPA, that already has a ton of berries on the nose thanks to a silly amount of Mosaic hops. Then we add milk sugar for a creamy sweetness and two huge charges of boysenberries that make this a very berry beer. Right before we keg this berry bomb, we add twenty five pods of Madagascar vanilla bean to lend it that silky-vanilla-ice-cream-melting-into-your warm-berry-pie-feeling. It’s a feeling as much as a flavor.
Introducing: "Boysenberry πPA à la Mode" Milkshake IPA, 7.7%: What the heck is a πPA à la mode? It’s like a warm pie fresh out of the oven with a melting scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. It’s like a fat, overripe memory from some summer long ago meets the golden age of IPAs, which is right now. It’s our take on the trendy milkshake IPA, but this one is thick with nostalgia. We start with a hazy, juicy IPA, that already has a ton of berries on the nose thanks to a silly amount of Mosaic hops. Then we add milk sugar for a creamy sweetness and two huge charges of boysenberries that make this a very berry beer. Right before we keg this berry bomb, we add twenty five pods of Madagascar vanilla bean to lend it that silky-vanilla-ice-cream-melting-into-your warm-berry-pie-feeling. It’s a feeling as much as a flavor.
I had some time in between meetings in the East Bay so I looked up a brewery nearby only to discover Armistice Brewing Co. right across the street from me (thank you beer gods!). I tried their Citra Murkin IPA which was hoppy and sweet but not malty due to lactose in it....very interesting! Looking forward to trying more beers from this brother sister duo! 👫
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I had some time in between meetings in the East Bay so I looked up a brewery nearby only to discover Armistice Brewing Co. right across the street from me (thank you beer gods!). I tried their Citra Murkin IPA which was hoppy and sweet but not malty due to lactose in it....very interesting! Looking forward to trying more beers from this brother sister duo! 👫 • • • #beer  #craftbeer  #craftbeerlover  #craftbeerporn  #beerstagram  #beertography  #richmond  #contracosta  #california  #norcal  #ipa  #lactose  #citra  #hopland  #hops  #beernerd  #beersnob  #beerlover  #beerme  #armistice  #armisticebeer  #armisticebrewing  #girlswhodrinkbeer  #beergeek  #barefootbeerbabe 
Madagascar Vanilla Beans. Coming to a #SFBeerWeek beer near you.
Madagascar Vanilla Beans. Coming to a #SFBeerWeek  beer near you.
Back by Popular demand and reintroducing "Tesserae," Double IPA, 8% ABV: Often backed with gold leaf and other metal foils, tesserae are the cube-shaped pieces of glass used in mosaics in late antiquity. The beer by the same name is likewise evocative of the rich, luminous effect of gold on glass. We use an English heritage malt called Golden Promise, which provides a malty sweetness that finishes clean and uplights the hops that make this beer shine. We use equally massive amounts of Mosaic and El Dorado hops in the whirlpool and dry hop additions. Mosaic brings a bright medley of berries to the nose, along with tropical fruit notes such as mango and pineapple. El Dorado, named after the mythical city of gold that eluded Spanish and English imperialists and plunderers for centuries, compliments the tropical notes in Mosaic and adds watermelon, unripe stone fruit, and citrus zest. A rich, resinous band of pinesap runs through the back end of this beer in a nod to danker iterations of the style. This is a refreshing and drinkable take on a big, bold ale. The explanation might border on the byzantine, but the beer is straightforward and solid gold.
Back by Popular demand and reintroducing "Tesserae," Double IPA, 8% ABV: Often backed with gold leaf and other metal foils, tesserae are the cube-shaped pieces of glass used in mosaics in late antiquity. The beer by the same name is likewise evocative of the rich, luminous effect of gold on glass. We use an English heritage malt called Golden Promise, which provides a malty sweetness that finishes clean and uplights the hops that make this beer shine. We use equally massive amounts of Mosaic and El Dorado hops in the whirlpool and dry hop additions. Mosaic brings a bright medley of berries to the nose, along with tropical fruit notes such as mango and pineapple. El Dorado, named after the mythical city of gold that eluded Spanish and English imperialists and plunderers for centuries, compliments the tropical notes in Mosaic and adds watermelon, unripe stone fruit, and citrus zest. A rich, resinous band of pinesap runs through the back end of this beer in a nod to danker iterations of the style. This is a refreshing and drinkable take on a big, bold ale. The explanation might border on the byzantine, but the beer is straightforward and solid gold.
Introducing: "Etienne in Bangkok" Thai Tart Saison, 4.3%: Etienne is a curious fellow. He’s interested in the world in a self-conscious way. He’s read Saïd, Spivak, and Homi K. Bhabha. He’s no Tin Tin. He’s skeptical of the bourgeois European prejudices he grew up with. He wants to see the world without replaying 18th-century imperialism in the form of 21st-century tourism. He worries over the grey space between cultural exchange and appropriation. After reading about culinary appropriation, he dutifully swore-off fried chicken and waffles. So when he returned from Thailand and added kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, and galangal to his French saison, he was a little worried. He’s not trying to lampoon anyone with the blunt force of stereotypes. He’s more interested in subtle interplays, if not interpolations: tart lemongrass trafficking with a kettle sour; galangal’s medicinal notes trading with saison’s herbal esters; the bright aromatics of bruised kaffir lime leaves negotiating with piquant French phenols. It’s subtle, how they rub off on each other.
Introducing: "Etienne in Bangkok" Thai Tart Saison, 4.3%: Etienne is a curious fellow. He’s interested in the world in a self-conscious way. He’s read Saïd, Spivak, and Homi K. Bhabha. He’s no Tin Tin. He’s skeptical of the bourgeois European prejudices he grew up with. He wants to see the world without replaying 18th-century imperialism in the form of 21st-century tourism. He worries over the grey space between cultural exchange and appropriation. After reading about culinary appropriation, he dutifully swore-off fried chicken and waffles. So when he returned from Thailand and added kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, and galangal to his French saison, he was a little worried. He’s not trying to lampoon anyone with the blunt force of stereotypes. He’s more interested in subtle interplays, if not interpolations: tart lemongrass trafficking with a kettle sour; galangal’s medicinal notes trading with saison’s herbal esters; the bright aromatics of bruised kaffir lime leaves negotiating with piquant French phenols. It’s subtle, how they rub off on each other.
Our #SwillandSwell glassware just arrived and we are stoked! Gold rim and gold Hart and Hound! Tickets are on sale now and include all you can eat food, all you can drink beer, and this limited edition Armistice glass. Get tickets at the taproom or through the link in or bio.
Our #SwillandSwell  glassware just arrived and we are stoked! Gold rim and gold Hart and Hound! Tickets are on sale now and include all you can eat food, all you can drink beer, and this limited edition Armistice glass. Get tickets at the taproom or through the link in or bio.
Thanks to our friends at @sonomacountydistilling we've got a @sfbeerweek release that will knock your socks off! Stay tuned for our #sfbeerweek2018 release announcements later this month!
Thanks to our friends at @sonomacountydistilling we've got a @sfbeerweek release that will knock your socks off! Stay tuned for our #sfbeerweek2018  release announcements later this month!
Everyday is another day closer to #VikingValentines! We're so excited that we decided to practice our post-pillage getaway. Tickets for our Viking feast are almost sold out! Get em on our website or in the taproom. #SKOL
Everyday is another day closer to #VikingValentines ! We're so excited that we decided to practice our post-pillage getaway. Tickets for our Viking feast are almost sold out! Get em on our website or in the taproom. #SKOL 
Introducing: "Berthday Beer" English Golden Ale, 5.3%: We’re celebrating the launch of @admiralmaltings on-site taproom, The Rake. Nothing floats our boat like brewing with locally, sustainably grown barley that’s floor-malted at the former naval base of Alameda. This new-school, English-style golden ale has a simple grist bill that highlights Feldblume, an Admiral malt that is redolent of hay and clover, with the underlying sweetness of a bake sale. Our fruity English ale yeast compliments a late charge of Idaho Seven hops, which pitch between tropical fruit and citrus on the port side and dank resins on the starboard side. We’re stoked to embark on this beer journey with Admiral Maltings and The Rake, so join us in raising a berthday beer to the crew!
Introducing: "Berthday Beer" English Golden Ale, 5.3%: We’re celebrating the launch of @admiralmaltings on-site taproom, The Rake. Nothing floats our boat like brewing with locally, sustainably grown barley that’s floor-malted at the former naval base of Alameda. This new-school, English-style golden ale has a simple grist bill that highlights Feldblume, an Admiral malt that is redolent of hay and clover, with the underlying sweetness of a bake sale. Our fruity English ale yeast compliments a late charge of Idaho Seven hops, which pitch between tropical fruit and citrus on the port side and dank resins on the starboard side. We’re stoked to embark on this beer journey with Admiral Maltings and The Rake, so join us in raising a berthday beer to the crew!