Czech Pilsner (5.2% ABV / 1.050 OG / 26 IBU) – Brewed in the Bohemian tradition using the finest imported European malt and hops. Cold and patient lagering results in our version of a classic European style pils.

Amber Ale (5.5% ABV / 1.055 OG / 25 IBU) – Crafted from a blend of pale, Munich and crystal malts and imported German hops. A deep amber brew that is smooth and malty.

Rubicon I.P.A. (6.5% ABV / 1.066 OG / 57 IBU) – Our flagship I.P.A. This one put us on the map. Generous portions of Cascade, Columbus and Chinook hops are added throughout the brewing process to create a beer golden in color with an assertive hop bitterness. This beer won gold medals at the Great American Beer Festival. A true American classic.

Hopsauce ® X.X.I.P.A. (8.2% ABV / 1.078 OG / 109 IBU) – Brewed with 100% malted barley, this double IPA features Mosaic hops along with five other varieties to create refreshing aromas of citrus and pine. The honest malt recipe results in a full mouth feel which supports more than 100 IBUs of powerful hop flavor. This is what hop lovers dream of.

Dry Irish Stout (4.8% ABV / 1.050 OG / 34 IBU) – Brewed in the famous dry Irish stout style and served on nitrogen for a truly classic presentation. A bronze medal winner at the Great American Beer Festival.



MoonBeam Brown Ale (5.7% ABV / 1.054 OG / 42 IBU) – This American brown ale has everything that we love about brown ales with roasted chocolate malt characters and aromas, but is taken to the next step by the use of copious amounts of local whole cone Cali Cluster and Cascade hops from Yuba City. The aromas of citrus and pine balance out the malt sweetness to make this brown ale finish smooth with just the right hint of zest. Named after the nickname given to our Governor following his ruling on the hops cousin, today we celebrate that locally grown hops are back and vibrant.

Boca Brewing Lager Beer (5.1% ABV / 1.049 OG / 15 IBU) – Boca Brewing was famously known for their ability to brew and ferment California Lagers during a time that refrigeration wasn’t yet a mainstay. Settled up near Truckee, CA, these brewers used ice blocks from the Boca Reservoir and cold Sierra winters to control fermentation temperatures. After almost 25 years of brewing “world­famous lager beer”, a fire destroyed the brewery, soon after the spread of refrigeration changed the way Californians made lagers. Today, we have resurrected the brand from the ashes as an ode to the past. Cheers to the greatness of California, old and new.

First Contact Extra Terrestrial Pale Ale (5.5% ABV / 1.057 OG / 45 IBU) – Do you hear the signal? First Contact Extra Pale Ale is attempting to reach you from the remote planet known as Stillwater. Copious amounts of Galaxy hops give this beer an out-of-this-world aroma. It’s the first special offering from our production team across the river. We promise, they come in peace.

Physical Graffiti­­­ Kashmir (Cashmere) S.M.A.S.H Ale (6.7% ABV / 1.058 OG / 42 IBU) – The next installment in our smash series features the ‘Kashmir’ Hop. This hop is a new variety that combines of some of the most well­known hop varieties, Cascade and Northern Brewer. Kashmir showcases flavors of lemon, lime and melon with mild aromas of citrus and an herbaceous bouquet. This Smash is again balanced out by North American pale malt that gives a back beat to let the hop scream through. This ale will leave you singing “ooohhhh yeah.”

My Ruca Red I.P.A. (6.4%ABV / 1.060 OG/ 58 IBU) – This lady started off as a home brew and has made a seamless transition our brew house. This homegrown recipe was inspired by our love for our “Rucas” (true loves). Boldly hopped with dank, citrusy hops, this lady is supported by toasted caramel malt characters that give her a coppery-red complexion.


Sin Bin Black Lager (5.2% ABV / 1.051 OG / 27 IBU) – Dark, balanced and eminently drinkable, this sessionable lager warms us with malt characters of caramel and dark chocolate which carry through with a mild noble hop bitterness.  Perfect timing as winter has caught us like a defenseman while our heads are down, coming over the blue line. Using lager yeast gives this beer time to even out and drink smooth yet have the flavor of a true dark beer. This lager will give you what you need as the grind of the season tries to get you down.

Beer Week Releases –

Blonde Bombshell Triple IPA (11.3% ABV / 1.100OG / a lot IBU) – First brewed in 1992, this was the original heavily hopped, high alcohol brew that has become so desired today. The name says it all with a clean malt character with the straw-like color and an explosion of hop aroma and flavor that stays with you, bringing you back for more.

Mi Casa / Su Casa These are a Sudwerk/Rubicon double collaboration release, both using the same hops and malt bill, but using our own house yeast to produce Su Casa, an India Pale Lager from Sudwerk Brewery and Mi Casa, an India Pale Ale from Rubicon Brewing Company.




Revolution Wines Cabernet Sauvignon
Red Rock Merlot
Bridlewood Pinot Noir
Revolution Wines Sacteaux Red Blend
Plungerhead Zinfandel


William Hill Chardonnay
Willian Hill Sauvignon Blanc
J Lohr Pinot Grigoio
Chateau de Campuget Rose

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