Sunny Jim’s IPA

Sunny Jim Cave is one of the most historic landmarks in La Jolla, being the only one of seven legendary sea caves accessible from land. Made famous as a place to smuggle alcohol during prohibition, Sunny Jim Cave makes for the perfect symbol of our flagship IPA. Our hop selection changes with the tides, bringing waves of new flavors and freshness to this historic IPA. In San Diego, IPA's are a signature mark of the region, and as such, our signature beer requires a signature Landmark!


Neptune’s Nitro

Originally built as summer beach houses in 1894, the Neptune cottages (also known as Red Rest and Red Roost) remain to this day a reminder of adventure in the wild west. In a community that is known for it's picturesque contemporary architecture, this landmark stands as an outlaw along scenic Coast Boulevard. A renegade landmark deserves a renegade beer—ours is served on Nitro, baby!


Glider Port Pale

The Torrey Pines Gliderport is the perfect spot to catch a crisp, refreshing breeze and watch crazy people jump off a cliff. The light and airy atmosphere of the Gliderport pairs well with our Pale Ale, a refreshing, clean beer perfect for a summer afternoon of taking in the view.


Cove Side Stout

Most beaches in San Diego stretch for miles, which is why the small and compact beach at La Jolla Cove is the inspiration for our “Cove Side Stout”. This dry stout is nicely balanced and unwavering, not unlike the stout beach at the legendary cove. So just kick back and enjoy a pint, because you won’t get any rough water here.


Bird Rock Brown

Sitting just off the shore at the end of Bird Rock Avenue, the giant rock formation has changed shape over time, but remains a source of community pride for the locals, surfers, and sea fowl alike. The familiar landmark brings comfort to many, much like the familiar light caramel malt sweetness of our deliciously balanced brown ale. American/English Brown Ale // ABV: 6.7%

Big Time Stout

Rich and decadent with bitter sweet chocolate notes. Highlights of crystal and chocolate malts working with roasted barley, oats and the contrast of hop bitterness to bring forward a luxurious beer drinking experience. Double Stout // ABV: 9.0%

Macmeda Belgian Tripel

Lots of candi sugar, Trappist ale yeast combine with pilsner and crystal malt to bring forward fruity esters and a deceptively high alcohol content. Be careful with this one.



AleSmith Anvil ESB Ale

Extra Special/Strong Bitter // ABV: 5.5%


Ballast Point Sculpin

Belgian IPA // ABV: 7.0%


Ballast Point Indra Kunindra

Foreign/ Export Stout // ABV 7%


Coronado Orange Avenue Wit

California Witbier // ABV: 5.2%


Firestone Walker Pale 31

American Pale Ale // ABV 4.9%


Great Divide Chocolate Yeti

Oak Aged Yeti w/ Chocolate & Cayenne // ABV 9.5%


Green Flash 30th Street

American Pale Ale // ABV 6%


2 Towns Ciderhouse Bright Cider

Hard Apple Cider // ABV 6%


Bear Republic Red Rocket Ale

American Amber/Red Ale // ABV 6.8%


Port Shark Attack

American Double Red Ale // ABV 9.5%

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Stone Delicious IPA

America IPA // ABV 7.7%

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Stone Sublimely Self-Righteous

American Black Ale // ABV: 8.7%


Coronado Scotch on the Rocks

Scotch Ale // ABV 5.3%


Mother Earth Cali Cream

Vanilla Cream Ale // ABV: 5.2%


Saint Archer White Ale

Witibier // ABV: 5.0%

Lagunitas Pils

Czech Pilsener // ABV 6.2%