Temescal Brewing Is Planning to Bring a Second Taproom to Oakland

In addition to Temescal's existing taproom at 4115 Telegraph Avenue, the business is introducing a new brewhouse at 2410 Valdez Street.
Temescal Brewing Is Planning to Bring a Second Taproom to Oakland
Photo: Sam Durbin

Temescal Brewing, an Oakland-based taproom known as a “casual gathering spot for housemade brews and popcorn,” is planning a new location. 

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According to Brendan Walsh of Lockehouse, in addition to their existing taproom at 4115 Telegraph Avenue, Temescal is bringing a brewhouse to 2410 Valdez Street — where it will neighbor establishments like Mua, The Lumpia Company, and Two Pitchers Brewing Company.

What Now San Francisco briefly spoke to the business’ founder, Sam Gilbert, but he was unable to provide additional information at this time. When more information is gathered, the article will be updated.

In the meantime, it’s safe to assume that Temescal intends to continue offering their “crisp, refreshing” pilsners, “juicy, hazy” IPAs, lagers, and witbiers — as well as their more innovative blends, like TeMezcal, made with their brew Smoked Gose, grapefruit, and agave.

Since opening in 2016, Temescal on Telegraph’s “softer, lighter, thoughtful” approach has made the establishment a popular Oakland destination. It is open every afternoon, and daily rotating food trucks provide food options, with indoor and outdoor seating available.

Follow Temescal Brewing on Facebook and Instagram for additional updates.

Photo: Sam Durbin

Elise McCorkle

Elise McCorkle is a freelance writer for What Now Media Group. She is an alumna of The University of Texas at Austin and has experience working in the creative, advertising, and events industries. She is currently based in Lisbon, Portugal.
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