Yes, Freewheel Brewing Company is serious about brewing beer. And yes, craft beer enthusiasts from the Bay Area & beyond write glowing reviews about their brews. But Freewheel Brewing is also a true community pub, with clientele as varied as the craft brews they serve.
A welcoming group of neighborhood regulars gather daily for a pint and a chat. For them, this really is a place where everybody knows your name. In addition, friends and families frequent FBC to enjoy chef Benny’s delicious food, live music, and other events.
Easily accessible, with plenty of comfortable seating, and reliable WIFI, business people find Freewheel a perfect spot for work luncheons, remote work, or after-hours drinks.
UK ex-pats often travel distances to get a taste of home. The cask ale pints don’t disappoint and are always served at the perfect temperature.
Here are some things you may not know about Freewheel Brewing Company:
🍺 FBC has “Thirsty Thursday” beer releases EVERY Thursday! You better come thirsty- for that day FBC offers newly released pints and crowlers at reduced prices.
🥫Crowlers are giant, 32 oz. cans that are filled on the spot. Perfect for to-go beer and shipping!
👍🏼 FBC may be best known for its cask ales, but the menu also includes delicious keg beers and nitro tab beers.
🍽️ Freewheel Brewing Company was established in 2012. Chef Benny has been there (almost) the whole time!
🎵Freewheel has a jam-packed event calendar; make sure you follow them on Facebook to get the latest updates! Stay tuned for their upcoming Oktoberfest festivities!
🚚 Establishments around the Bay serve Freewheel’s beers, including Johnston’s Saltbox (San Carlos), The Pig and Whistle (SF), The Rake at Admiral Maltings in Alameda (which is incidentally where FBC sources their malt from.)
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