Fan Favorite Nano-Brewer Returns to San Jose

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Clandestine Brewery opens at expanded facilities; Introduces new experimental beers

Clandestine Brewing, San Jose’s first nano-brewery and taproom, today announced its grand re-opening on Saturday, February 10, 2018 in conjunction with SF Beer Week.

The brewers return after a year-long search for a new location to accommodate unexpected demand and plans for future growth. Clandestine’s early success drove the team to realize that a site change was necessary to support the business. The newly built taproom now hosts significantly more seating space, an expansive outdoor patio, and the infrastructure to support the weekly rotation of over twelve beers on tap.

“We didn’t expect to outgrow our first location so quickly,” said Adrian Kalaveshi, co-founder and brewer. “We are excited to be back with our roster of favorite brews and to introduce new selections like a New England style lactose IPA and a revolving series of American Pale Ales.”

Clandestine’s four brewer-owners have found success with distinctly different brew styles, which results in a broader range of products. Interested visitors can get insight into the science behind experimental brewing alongside a taste of some of the most inspired beers in the area.

Clandestine Brewing Grand Opening
Saturday, February 10
Noon – 10pm with City of San Jose ribbon cutting ceremony at 2pm
980 South 1st Street, Suite B, San Jose, CA
http://www.clandestinebrewing.com/grand_opening/

Clandestine Brewing will also be pouring at the following SF Beer Week events:

SF Beer Week Opening Gala, San Francisco, CA
Friday, February 9 (6pm –10:30pm)
https://sfbeerweek2018.eventbrite.com/?aff=sfbw1

9th Annual Meet the Brewers, San Jose, CA
Saturday, February 17 (1pm-5pm)
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/9th-annual-meet-the-brewers-tickets-42096797655

About Clandestine Brewing
Clandestine Brewing is a small batch producer of craft beers including lesser-known styles like Maibock, Gose, or Roggenbier alongside favorites like IPAs, lagers, and porters. The team is passionate about sharing the science behind beer making. Get regular factoids by following them on Twitter @clandestinebrew, Facebook.com/ClandestineBrewing and Instagram.com/clandestinebrewing/ or chat with the brewers when you visit the Clandestine Brewing taproom at 980 South 1st Street, Suite B in San Jose.
For more information: http://www.clandestinebrewing.com

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