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Hours: Sun: 11-7 | Mon/Tues/Wed: Closed | Thur/Fri/Sat: 11-9

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co5 hours ago

Open Mic rocking tonight!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co8 hours ago

Open Mic!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co11 hours ago

Get refueled after work Thursday
PLUS Open Mic from 6-8pm

Head on into Outbreak Brewing for a glass
From bartender Kris Zabish

Open 3 - 9pm today

See you soon!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co15 hours ago

Home Brew 101 Series
Week 4 - Day 4

So you bottled it up… NOW WHAT? Can we drink it?
Just wait a little while longer!

Make sure you store your bottles or cans in a safe...

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co2 days ago

After work Wednesday
Head on into Outbreak Brewing for a glass
From Outbreak girl, Sherre

Open 3 - 7pm today

See you soon!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co2 days ago

Home Brew 101 Series
Week 4 - Day 3

When you fill your bottles make sure you leave about ¾ inch of space from the top of the bottle.

Put the cap on and then use the capper...

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co3 days ago

After work Tuesday
Head on into Outbreak Brewing for a glass
From Outbreak girls, Alysia & Nichole

Open 3 - 7pm today

See you soon!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co3 days ago

Home Brew 101 Series
Week 4 - Day 2

Siphoning and Priming

Prepare the priming solution by boiling 16 oz of water in a sauce pan. Then remove from the heat and stir in your priming sugar (usually...

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co3 days ago

Head on in today to get a cold craft brew
From Outbreak girl, Nichole

Open 3 - 7pm today

See you soon!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co4 days ago

🍺NEW SUMMER HOURS🍺

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M/T/W: 3-7pm
Thur: 3-9pm
Fri/Sat: 11-9pm
Sun: 11-7pm

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co4 days ago

Home Brew 101 Series
Week 4 - Day 1

Its now time to PREP the bottles or cans!

Clean the bottles and cans to make sure beer doesn’t get any bad bacteria!
Racking:
You will have...

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co5 days ago

Fun times had by all this afternoon with head master brewer and partner Tim along side Island of Black and White!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co5 days ago

Outbreak girls!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co6 days ago

Ranell & Island of Black and White!!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co6 days ago

Warming up... if you’re not here...
get here!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co6 days ago

Rub-a-dub-dub!
Rudy’s Hideaway Grub is ON!

ISLAND OF BLACK AND WHITE starts at 1pm

The Ghost Town Rebellion at 6pm

Get out of your house and come down and celebrate this amazing weekend!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co6 days ago

Island of Black and White!
Set up has commenced!
Rudy's is almost ready to go! See you here!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co6 days ago

Oh yea!

Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co
Outbreak Brewing Co6 days ago

Friday nights drinks!
- Amber Lynn
- Sabotauge
- Hop Trance
- Kasanova
- Trench Monkey
- Waking The Dead

House Made Soda's:
- Pink Panther
- Root Beer - Soda
- Sweet...

There won’t be zombies involved, but a new brewery in Placerville aims to have a “post-apocalyptic industrial” atmosphere. Outbreak Brewing Co. will fill about 3,100 square feet at 640 Main St. in old Hangtown. It will feature a 10-barrel brewing system and a tasting room, according to Tim Daniel, an owner, partner and brewer for the business.

He’s pursuing the project with business partners Dustin Russell and Kris Zabish. The entrepreneurs have a background in home-brewing and previously operated a home-brew supply store in El Dorado County.

The small-batch brewery will serve “bold, hoppy, in-your-face” ales and IPAs, he said. It will also emphasize sour beers, a growing trend within the industry.

Outbreak Brewing won’t have a kitchen, but the guys out Outbreak expects food trucks will park outside the business. He also wants to work with nearby Placerville restaurants for food and beer pairings. The brewery fills a space that previously housed businesses ranging from a car mechanic to a yoga studio, the guys out Outbreak said. The design will include elements such as corrugated metal, and the guys out Outbreak want to create an environment that combines the feel of a traditional Gold Rush town with industrial elements.

The business partners hope to attract customers beyond El Dorado County residents. “We’re shooting for a pretty large demographic,” the guys at Outbreak said. He hopes to capitalize on the ease of access from Highway 50, as well as the crowds that come to the area for attractions such as Apple Hill.

The guys out Outbreak said they’d like to see an “El Dorado Ale Trail” that makes it easy for visitors to tour breweries in the area.

Sonya Sorich is digital editor at the Sacramento Business Journal.