Half Moon Bay Brewing Company to Open Berkeley Bar/Bottle Shop Soon
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The Half Moon Bay Brewing Company, best known as the award-winning coastside producer of such renowned brews as the Full Swing IPA and California's first recycled-water beer, is opening a new taproom and bottle shop in downtown Berkeley this summer.
Located at 2055 Center Street, Pacific Standard will offer fifteen to twenty local regional beers on tap, up to 50 percent of which will be sourced from HMBBC. Also on hand will be a rotating selection of ciders and Northern California wines, plus international dishes created by HMBBC excutive chef Federico Godinez.
To develop the concept for Pacific Standard, HMBBC general manager Nate Rey reached out to Joel DiGiorgio, a Berkeley-based food and beverage consultant with Farm League Design & Management.
“We’re excited to expand our footprint beyond Half Moon Bay and introduce a new community to our extensive selection of top-quality, hand-crafted beers, and feature brews made by other West Coast breweries,” says Rey. “At Pacific Standard, we want our guests to experience the very best elements of the Coastside in an urban, casual environment.”