Libertine Brewing Company

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The Libertine Brewing location in Avila Beach is a popular destination with beer lovers — particularly those with a taste for sours. It is one of several Libertine locations across the Central Coast, the first being the Libertine Pub in Morro Bay. The bar launched on the Embarcadero in 2012, offering brews that weren’t easily found in the area. These included double IPAs, barrel-aged stouts, and Belgian sours, which ferment with yeasts in the natural environment to create tart, earthy flavors. Like any other fermented food or drink (e.g. sourdough bread, pickles), wild ales and sours depend on the character of their environment for flavor. In certain ways this is similar to the French concept of terroir in wine: a set of conditions that contribute to a wine’s character. As one of the earliest bars in the area to feature this style of brewing, Libertine is an authority on the Central Coast. Newbies to sours and fans of sours alike should check Libertine out in the beloved seaside town of Avila Beach. While other locations feature beer and gastropub food, this spot is all about the beer, only. Walk in from the entrance on San Miguel Street, and immediately notice the cozy, modern ambiance, with black walls, warm wood, and handmade taps. Speaking of taps, Libertine Avila Beach offers 12 Libertine beers on draft, including wild ales and non-sours. In fact, in the spirit of co-creation, Libertine partners with other brewers to produce a non-sour collaborative series popular with hop heads.Pick your pint, then settle in on the Libertine’s patio looking onto downtown Avila Beach. Or pick up a bottle or crowler to take back to the hotel room or back home. However you decide to enjoy the Libertine, you’ll know you’ve hit upon a Highway 1 original.

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90 San Miguel St.
Avila Beach, CA 93424

(805) 439-4271

http://libertinebrewing.com/avilabeach

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  • Wine, Craft Beer & Culinary
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