Brewed with Chinook, Columbus, and Amarillo. Bright with notes of grapefruit, passion fruit and bursts of pine and resin. 7.2% ABV
Paying homage to a local landmark with a rich history. Sweet’s Ballroom in Downtown Oakland opened in 1920, quickly became known as the “East Bay Home of the Big Bands,” and was an important gathering place for Oakland’s growing Mexican and Latin communities. In the 1930’s, a local Mexican music promoter and shipyard steel worker, Guadalupe Carlos, began organizing Sunday night dances called “Tardeadas.” Largely due to racism and discrimination, Sunday nights were the only nights that Mexican and Latin music was allowed. So, every Sunday night, Sweets Ballroom would burst with the sounds of Mambo, Cha-Cha, and Mariachi music!
Must be 21 years of age or older to purchase. Available for pickup at the Taproom (262 2nd Street, Oakland), during business hours. CA Shipping available for all canned products. Any questions or to order via phone or email, call 510-251-8898 or email orders@oaklandunitedbeerworks.