Hapa’s Brewing Company, a San Jose-based brewery “founded by South Bay natives,” is planning to open its third taproom — this time in San Carlos, according to a recent small-beer manufacturer license.
Coming to 722 Laurel Street, the drinkery will soon neighbor establishments such as the high-end steakhouses Taurus and Town, as well as Blind Tasting Restaurant and Wine Bar.
What Now San Francisco reached out to Hapa’s Brewing to inquire about the upcoming taphouse, but representatives could not provide additional information before publication.
Nevertheless, the San Carlos location is sure to offer the same house brews and blends that San Jose residents have come to know and love — think the Courageous Cameleon sour, the Barbie’s Blonde blonde ale, and the Celestial Inferno IPA.
In addition to serving cold beer, Hapa’s Brewing is also known for inviting food trucks including Brooklynn Pizza, Grillzilla, and La Burrita, and for hosting events such as concerts and homebrew competitions.