Torpedo Room

Our Hub for Craft Beer in Berkeley

The Sierra Nevada Torpedo Room is a pillar of Berkeley’s vibrant Fourth Street. Our intimate space weaves together craft beer science, flavor, and culture. With 16 rotating taps to choose from, we invite you to settle in for a flight with friends while we walk you through what brought each beer to life, down to the barley kernels. From rare small-batch beers to Thursday cask night and geek-status events, the Torpedo Room is a tasty snapshot of Sierra Nevada innovation. Drop by and sip on our variety.

Check out the real-time tap list, photos, and event schedule below!

Currently on Tap

20th Street Ale Single Hop Citra

This single hop version of our 20th Street Ale features Citra hops that are highlighted by notes of tropical fruit and citrus.

Brew Love Saison

All of our beers are brewed with love, but love literally inspired this brew-- it was created to celebrate the wedding of one of our brewers. Featuring rose hips, rose petals, and orange peel in the kettle, there is romance in the air for this dry and floral saison.

Chateau Otra Vez

We aged our Otra Vez gose in oak barrels formerly used to mature white wine, for a complex and refined take on this tart ale. The fla-vors start-out with the bright, zippy tang from the base beer, but mellow into a warm vanilla-like oak finish reminiscent of Napa-style Chardonnay.

P-24 Sour Saison

P24 is an experimental sour beer from the Sierra Nevada pilot brewery. This Saison has a clean, spicy and refreshing finish that will have you asking for more!

Hoppy Wheat IPA

Wheat beers tend to fall on the mild and fruity end of the beer spectrum, but as hop heads, we’re turning that idea upside down by brewing a bold, hop-forward version of a wheat IPA. We’re using the light, lemony tang of wheat malt as a backdrop for layers of citrusy, grapefruit-like hop flavor from the use of whole-cone hops.

Schwarzbier

Dark in color but light in body, this German “black beer” is one of our more sessionable offerings. Slight smoke rises through the roasty nose, and a mouth-coating creaminess sets up a bittersweet, dry finish.

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