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Visit the new Outlander Brewery and Pub

Outlander Brewery and Pub

Dragan Radulovic and Nigel Lassiter have announced this Friday, August 3 they will debut Outlander Brewery and Pub at 225 North 36th Street in Fremont.

Radulovic and Lassiter have converted the ground floor of an early 1900s house into a quaint bar and its basement into a nanobrewery operation. There Lassiter, a longtime home brewer, will whip up 30-gallon batches of intriguing ales, such as one recent example, strawberry wheat.

Upstairs the "Victorian-style pub," as they call it, will feature five rotating taps--three or so Outlander labels--plus about 20 bottles. Two sitting rooms are charmingly outfitted with salvaged wares, including a phonograph from the 1940s that patrons are welcome to use. The intended vibe: mellow. A patio seats 20 and will accommodate the grilling action (there have been mentions of beer sausages).

Radulovic will captain the food menu, which may include such ale-infused offerings as stout cheese pate plus sandwiches and salads.
Opening festivities happen Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 5pm-midnight. Starting August 5 Outlander will serve lunch and dinner daily; happy hour is slated weekdays between 3 and 6.

Their beers for opening week :

Peanut Butter PioneeringABV: 6.0% IBU: 22 /// Our first, but certainly not last, attempt at a peanut butter beer. A medium bodied stout with an interesting smoky aroma. Flavors of peanut butter, chocolate and coffee make this beer more complex as you drink it.

Burn it Brown ABV 5.5% IBU: 25///It was a pleasure to brew. Pungentlyfruity nose with a lurking nuttiness. Fairly light-bodied, yet still with a sweet, malty character and a caramel finish.

Strawberry Wheat ABV: 5.8% IBU: 23 /// It speaks for itself.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Drove 30 miles just to see no one showing up. Left bad taste in the mouth.

    August 4, 2012

    • Ken B.

      We were all on the patio, did you look outside? Sorry we missed you, hope you got a chance to try a pint.

      August 4, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey, Where are you guys?

    August 4, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    We called the brewery, and the guy said that they're open from 5 pm-1 am sooooo ... maybe they've got something up their sleeve?? At least we won't be far from Brouwer's :0)

    August 4, 2012

  • Laura

    FYI: I went last night and wanted to let you know that business was booming and....at the time I was there they were already out of the three beers listed. The owner said he will need to brew another batch and that will take 3 or 4 weeks.

    August 4, 2012

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