Guest Breweries

Last Year’s Great Guest Breweries

Modern Times Beer
Our core line-up focuses (non-monogamously) on aroma-driven, complex, flavorful, sessionish beers. We often brew hybrid styles, combining the features we like from established categories to create new, Island-Of-Doctor-Moreau-style mash-ups. Our tasting rooms are where we test different concepts, from variations on our core beers to experimental pilot batches. You should totally come hang out sometime.

Refuge Brewing
We came up with the notion of opening a brewery while homebrewing one Saturday morning in a garage. We had one simple idea we wanted to live by. Take the ideas and concepts of old world Belgian breweries and blend them with modern brewing techniques and styles. The result is a brewery full of unique beer, brewed without traditional rules, and often using fresh seasonal ingredients.

Towne Park Brewing
Beer doesn’t play favorites. It’s enjoyed by people from all walks of life – blue collar, white collar, no collar. It has a way of bringing people together, regardless of what might at times set us apart. That community nature of beer is what inspired us to bring Towne Park Brew to life. Our founder’s roots run deep in Orange County. His upbringing focused on a sociable culture. He developed a taste and appreciation for micro-brewed beer and brought together a combination of both to create your favorite Towne.

Old Stump Brewing Co.
Master brewer, Harald, has been brewing beer passionately for years, as his Austrian ancestors had done for centuries. After many years of perfecting his recipes Harald, with wife Barbara, decided to share his beer with everyone he could; in collaboration with long-time friend, Liz. Pairing the perfect combination of skill, education and experience, delivering to you the most unique and highest quality brew possible. This was their dream. 

Belching Beaver Brewery
Belching Beaver Brewery came from a desire to make great beer and have a Dam good time doing it. When we started the company we wanted to do two things: First, have a brand that offered quality craft beer but was whimsical and fun to inspire good times. From the Winking Milkman to El Castor de Mariachi you can see each Beaver has its own individual style and personality. Second, we wanted to make beer for everyone and all palates.

Stadium Pizza – Wildomar
In June of 1990, Stadium Pizza (then known as Home Run Pizza) was a very small business, operating primarily take-out and delivery with a few small tables for diners. In 2004, when Sandy and Rick Kordick purchased the Wildomar location, they expanded. In 2009, the couple made the decision to relocate the business across the street into the new Renaissance Plaza center, adding another 600 square feet to the dining area.  May 2012 brought another expansion – the addition of the 1700 square foot Locker Room – a craft brewing mecca!

Resident Brewing Co
“For the love of the beer”. Resident Brewing delivers a San Diego cool, inviting, and relaxed beer experience under the stewardship of award winning brewer Robert Masterson. At Resident we hope that you feel invited and a part of our brewery family in every sip. Become a Resident.

Russian River Brewing Company
Russian River Brewing Company was founded by Korbel Champagne Cellars in Guerneville, CA, in 1997. Gary Heck hired Vinnie as the brewery’s brewmaster and initially sole employee. For the next 6 years Vinnie continued to set the bar high for super hoppy and Belgian-inspired beers. Pliny the Elder was one of the first commercially brewed Double or Imperial IPA’s in America and won numerous awards over the years. It is still our most popular beer nearly 20 years later.

Alosta Brewing
It was a long time coming, and they are excited to be a part of the outstanding LA Craft Beer scene.  It’s a little surreal, having been there to witness the dark age of LA Beer, when there were only a few breweries with no tasting rooms, to what we have today.

Maui Brewing Co
Everything from start to finish gets tested in Maui Brewing Co‘s Quality Assurance Lab, including the final packaging quality to ensure our beer in not getting oxidized from faulty packaging. Beer lovers may have a difficult time choosing between the many varieties offered — everything from IPAs to ales to lagers to Pilsners — with names like Bikini Blonde, Big Swell (an homage to surfing), Night Kisses, etc.

The Lost Abbey Brewing Co
Our brewers will brew a beer for each season with an additional Christmas beer and four other limited releases. Brewed to no particular style and as such are Non Denominational. Our barrel aged beers are released on a when-they-are-ready basis. Vince Marsaglia (one of our co-founders and half of the family duo that owns Pizza Port) was inspired by the numerous Abbey Style beers that he tasted and dreamed up a brewery project that produced a range of beers produced with a nod to the monastic brewing traditions of Belgium.

Eel River Brewing Co
We’re Eel River Brewing Company and we’ve blazed a trail in the craft brew industry over the past twenty years. Continuing our unfailing commitment to quality, taste and consistency is our diverse offerings of excellent craft beer. Much like the tenacious people who brew it, our beer is award-winning. Edgy. Different. Daring. Spirited. And you’re going to love it.

Track 7 Brewing Company
Track 7 Brewing Company was established as an outlet for creative expression through unique and artisanal beers. The name, Track 7 Brewing Company, was selected in part due to the brewery’s proximity to the old Western Pacific railroad tracks, west of Curtis Park, and as a nod to the integral role the railroad has and continues to play in Sacramento’s rich history.

Woody’s Moreno Valley
At the end of 2017, owner Wayne “Woody” Woodliff decided that he didn’t want anyone to miss out and he would love to make the Woody’s Palm Springs experience available for more people to enjoy. The opportunity to create a Woody’s in Moreno Valley presented itself, with an added bonus of a first rate micro brewery on the premises!

Bitter Brothers Brewing Co
Bitter the Elder, Bill is an alpha male on a mission. A mission to create something that others like enough to buy – and to come back and buy again. Like quality craft beer. Some would say that makes him a people pleaser, but those people would be wrong. Trained in the culinary arts, Bill spent years exploring the craft of fine food. His mise en place as kitchen commando involved sustainable, organic vegetables and meats – not hops and yeast. But brewing is in Bill’s blood – his great grandfather was a brewmeister in Germany. Hence, beer had a presence in his formative years, though it was Stroh’s, and not the kind that brought about real inspiration.

Three Weavers Brewing Co
Three Weavers bought 100% into CANarchy and all they have to offer. In our 5 years of building Three Weavers, we have learned that brewing craft beer and sharing it with our local community is incredibly rewarding and awesome. We are so thankful for the opportunity to do what we love. I have also learned that managing a rapidly growing brewery is hard. Very hard. Our journey to succeed as a brewery, which entailed the hard work and perseverance of our entire team, brought us to this unexpected opportunity with CANarchy. The decision to partner with CANarchy was easy.

Backyard Bottleshop & Taproom
Backyard Bottleshop & Taproom (BBT) offers guests a comfortable atmosphere where they can enjoy a wide selection of draft and bottled beers, wine, and small food plates. BBT features a rotating selection of 22 draft beers, including varieties from our booming, regional breweries. Additionally, we feature a selection of small-batch, high-quality wines from Temecula’s Wine Country and surrounding regions. Our stock of over 150 bottled varieties of craft beer and wine will ensure everyone will find something to enjoy on-site or at home.