At Discretion we care deeply for the world we live in and believe our beer should be responsibly-made. That’s why our beer is crafted from ingredients that are carefully sourced to support sustainable farming, and why we harness the power of the sun to brew our beer. Whether you choose an old favorite or one of many seasonals offered throughout the year, you will find goodness in your glass — consistently exquisite, solar-powered, and delicious.
— Up to 16 styles of pure goodness on tap and in cans/bottles to-go
— A rotating menu of delicious, local food designed to pair w/ our beers
— Conversation and conviviality for all ages
— A refreshing respite from television
— Fresh air and the company of dogs in our family-friendly beer garden
— A view into the brewery with all its sights, sounds and delicious smells
— A growler filled with your favorite beer to take home, fresh from the taps
Solo Acoustic Show with Steven Graves and Opening Set by John Borgman
While local singer songwriter is usually off playing festivals and touring with the Steven Graves Band, he will be playing a solo acoustic show on July 30th 5:30-7:30 outside on the patio with an opening set by singer songwriter John Borgman.
Steven will be playing songs from his new CD, “All Alone”, which he calls high vibration and conscious Roots Americana! Steven sings passionately about life in these challenging times and grapples with universal issues of love, identity and the seeking of truth and meaning. These inspiring songs are the antidote to the fear, and despair that many are feeling these days. There is an authenticity, organic and compelling quality to his voice, his songs, and message that is engaging and uplifting.
‘American roots music, compellingly honest, beautifully crafted and fully realized songs that just happen to be in the Americana realm. Really good stuff. — Dennis McNally | Grateful Dead Publicist
Rockin blues with strings attached.
The Shady Rest Band performs originals and covers many greats songs from: The Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Doobie Brothers Band, Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks, Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin, Amy Helm, Joan Osborne, Ann Peebles, Sister Sparow, Beth Hart, Pistol Annies… But wait, they don’t stop there. They also cover classics from The Allman Brothers, The Beatles, The Stones, BB King, Tom Petty, Crowded House, U2, and even ZZ Top.
Preacher Boy mines the dark edges of Contemporary Blues and Americana with his signature raspy voice, virtuoso National slide guitar playing, and darkly poetic lyrics. From his genre-bending debut on Blind Pig Records to his latest album on Coast Road Records—his 13th overall—this relentlessly pioneering artist continues to both honor and extend the country blues traditions that inspire him, while infusing his sound with influences ranging from punk rock to political folk. Of hIs boot-pounding live performances, Santa Cruz’s Good Times had this to say: “As he beats his long leather boot, four to the floor, his National steel guitar slides and spits a devious storm of gothic Americana and gritty country blues.” Melody Maker described his sound as: “Country blues that marry Nick Cave, Robert Johnson, Woody Guthrie and Tom Waits,” and legendary music publication MOJO declared that, “Preacher Boy is a songwriter of startling originality.”
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