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Fort Point Beer is sold at the finest bars and restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area, use the map below to find where they're pouring today.

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Small Batch Brewing

KSA, Park, Villager and Westfalia make up our core beers. In addition to these, we brew one-offs, seasonals and collaborations throughout the year.

  • KSA

    Kölsch Style Ale

    Hops: Warrior, Saphir

    Malts: Pilsner, Pale Wheat, Munich, Vienna

    ABV: 4.6%

    IBU: 17

    A San Francisco take on the classic kölsch style, KSA uses a careful balance of American bittering hops and German malts to create a clean and refreshing light ale.

  • Villager

    San Francisco Style IPA

    Hops: Nelson Sauvin, Centennial

    Malts: Pale, Torrified Wheat, Munich

    ABV: 6.5%

    IBU: 42

    Villager IPA puts hop aroma first with a unique blend of bittering and aroma hops. These unusual suspects create an aroma that’s citrusy and floral with the faintest bit of forest. Its mild bitterness and simple malt bill keep it easy and drinkable.

  • Park

    Hoppy Wheat Beer

    Hops: Citra

    Malts: Pilsner, Pale Wheat, Oats, Acidulated

    ABV: 4.7%

    IBU: 19

    Park is generously hopped with Citra hops in every step of the brewing process, resulting in a fantastic grapefruit and passion fruit aroma and flavor. Our unique biere de garde yeast supplements the fragrant aspects of the beer and provides a slightly tart and dry finish.

  • Manzanita

    Smoked Altbier

    Hops: Saphir

    Malts: Beechwood Smoked, Pilsner, Munich, Carafa

    ABV: 6.3%

    IBU: 16

    Brewed in collaboration with Sebastien Sauer of Freigeist, this malty beer was inspired by our Westfalia but brewed with smoked malts and charred manzanita.

  • Westfalia

    German Rotbier

    Hops: Hallertau Mittelfruh, Saphir

    Malts: Vienna, Pilsner, Munich, Chocolate

    ABV: 5.6%

    IBU: 26

    Westfalia packs beautiful intense malt and caramel flavors into a smooth and satisfying mahogany red body. Fermented at a cooler temperature like the altbiers of Germany, Westfalia is a malt purist's dream. Its plush mouthfeel and mild demeanor make it a great choice alone or with a meal.

  • Tosca

    Exclusive Tosca Cafe House Beer

    Hops: Motueka, Centennial

    Malts: Pilsner, Maris Otter

    ABV: 4.5%

    IBU: 15

    Brewed for chef April Bloomfield's San Francisco restaurant, this beer was created with food pairing in mind. Yerba Santa, which grows wildly on Mt Tamalpais, is added to create a minty finish to this kolsch style ale.

Satisfied customers

Mikkeller Bar SF
Flour & Water
Biergarten
Tosca Cafe
Monks Kettle
The Trappist

Philosophy

Tradition & Innovation

Fort Point Beer Company is a New American brewery - the product of a thriving American craft beer culture, shaped by deeply San Franciscan values: quality craftsmanship and a spirit of innovation. We create balanced, thoughtful beers that reference traditional styles but are by no means bound to them. For us, brewing is the confluence of creative expression and refined technique. We want our beers to tell a story, inspire an idea, and be thoroughly enjoyable.

Fort Point Beer Company was founded in 2014 by brothers Tyler and Justin Catalana in the Presidio of San Francisco. The brewery resides in an historic Presidio building that was formerly used as an Army motor pool. Being situated in this iconic landscape reinforces our pride in San Francisco and in the beer we brew. Head Brewer Mike Schnebeck has developed a deft and impassioned brewing style over the past years at Mill Valley Beerworks and leads the pioneering spirit of our beers.

About

Meet The Team

  • Justin
    Justin Catalana
    Founder
  • Tyler
    Tyler Catalana
    Founder
  • Mike
    Mike Schnebeck
    Head Brewer
  • Matt
    Matt Colling
    Head of Sales
  • Andrew
    Andrew Chan
    Operations
  • Treble
    Cameron McDonald
    Brewer
  • Alex
    Alex Blunk
    Sales
  • Bryce
    Bryce Tyranski
    Cellarman
  • Joe
    Joe Fagliano
    Sales

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