Month: August 2021

OPEN AIR DRIVE-THRU ORDERING IS OPEN! Order now through Saturday for Saturday pickup from 10AM to 3PM, today featuring the seven small batch beers only available here.

Here’s the link to shop: Here’s the link to shop: https://fatorangecatbrewco.square.site ARTISAN SERIES: SOUR CHERRY RED ALE BELGIAN STYLE SERIES: FARMHOUSE ALE, BIER de GARDE and our DUBBEL WALKABOUT SOUR SERIES: CHERRY & ORANGE (new combination), STRAWBERRY & BANANA, BLUEBERRY & WATERMELON (very limited amount) and PASSIONFRUIT & MANGO (very limited amount) We also have …

THE ONLINE ORDERING OPENS WEDNESDAY MIDDAY!

We are so psyched to NOW be 100% solar offset, featuring today two of the first sun-powered beers here at FOC: The return of our FARMHOUSE ALE 6.5% This easy drinking small batch Farmhouse Ale (Saison) is refreshingly dry and hand crafted, bottled and labeled. 22 ounce bomber bottle. And… NEW FLAVOR! WALKABOUT SOUR SERIES: …

It feels great to once again say, OPEN AIR DRIVE-THRU ONLINE ORDERING IS OPEN FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 7TH PICKUP BETWEEN 10AM AND 3PM.

Today’s features are three different small batch WALKABOUT SOURS: Blueberry Watermelon, Strawberry Banana and just a few Crowlers of Passionfruit Mango. We’re celebrating our 5 year anniversary this month, starting with a free glass and new sticker giveaway with every order (stay tuned for party details at @Tw    coming soon). Here’s the link to shop: …

IT’S BACK: ELEVEN LIVES AND STILL WANDERING 8.8% Double IPA.

FOC and Abomination Brewing Company joined forces on this one and a fresh batch is ready to go. Heavily hopped with Lotus, Cashmeere, Citra and Mosaic, with an alternating label by artist Leslie Herman and Sam Heimer .Online ordering opens Wednesday midday for Saturday pickup. Thank you!

OF COURSE WE’LL HAVE SMALL BATCH JALAPENO JACK PALE ALE FOR THE AUGUST 7TH DRIVE-THRU REOPENING!

This beer is one of our oldest recipes created by Mike for his son’s graduation picnic years ago. He uses fresh jalapenos and painstakingly removes the seeds and ribs, which in turn leaves us with that undeniable jalapeno flavor but eliminates the heat (or most of it, depending on the pepper crop). The finished beer …