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Linden Street Brewery

Oakland was a great brewing town at one time, and Adam Lamoreaux, the founder of the Linden Street Brewery, vows that it will be again. After years of delays, the brewery, located down by the railway tracks in West Oakland, just started pumping out its first production brew, the "Urban People's Common Lager." It is a clean, crisp cross between a lager and an ale, with a nice hoppy bite. Lamoreaux was known for the Friday-afternoon keggers at the brewery last year, when he was contract brewing out of the Drake's Brewery in San Leandro. But you don't have to go down to Linden Street for the beer, he is delivering to The Trappist and Penelope's in downtown Oakland, the Brown Sugar Kitchen on Mandela Parkway, and the Fireside in Alameda. Stay tuned; he plans to introduce two new beers in the coming months: Burning Oak black lager and Golden Glow light lager, named after a local beer that the former Golden West Brewery produced in Oakland in the 1940s and 1950s.


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