North Coast Brewing Company
|Location||Fort Bragg, California
|Owner(s)||Mark Ruedrich, Tom Allen, Doug Moody|
The North Coast Brewing Company was founded in 1988. Mark Ruedrich is the company's president and brewmaster. In 1994, they acquired the rights to Acme beer. They are currently the exclusive beer and major sponsor of the Monterey Jazz Festival, SFJazz, the Mendocino Music Festival and the Oregon Jazz Party. In 2012, North Coast was the 42nd largest craft beer producer in the United States based on volume.
- Acme California Brown - a brown ale (discontinued)
- Acme California IPA - West Coast-style India pale ale
- Acme Pale Ale - American-style pale ale
- Anniversary - several styles have been released in celebration of the brewery's opening in 1988 (sometime denoted by roman numerals) including X, XVI, Twentieth, and Silver Jubilee - 25th
- Barrel Aged Old Rasputin - imperial stout aged in used bourbon whiskey barrels
- Beer Engine Red - a red ale (discontinued)
- Black Hart - a dry Irish-style stout
- Blue Star - unfiltered wheat beer
- Brother Thelonious - a Belgian-style strong ale named in tribute of Thelonious Monk and some profits are donated to the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz
- Class of '88 - a barley wine produced in collaboration with Rogue Ales and distributed via Deschutes Brewery's channels
- Cru D'or - dubbel (discontinued)
- Grand Cru - brewed with agave nectar and aged in used bourbon barrels
- Le Merle - saison
- Mary's Pilsner - a pilsner (discontinued)
- Old No. 38 - a dry Irish-style stout
- Old Rasputin - a Russian-style imperial stout
- Old Stock Ale - an old ale which is bottled in vintages and in many special editions, including one to benefit the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in Ōtsuchi, Japan, Fort Bragg's sister city
- PranQster - Belgian-style pale ale
- Red Seal - red-colored pale ale
- Scrimshaw - pilsner
- Wintertime Ale - brewed near Christmas
|Alt Nouveau||Altbier||1993 Great American Beer Festival Bronze|
|Oktoberfest||Brown Ale||1992 Great American Beer Festival Silver|
|Old No. 38||Dry Stout||1993 Great American Beer Festival Silver, 1992 Great American Beer Festival Bronze|
|Old Rasputin||Imperial Stout||2002 Great American Beer Festival Gold, 2002 World Beer Cup Bronze, 2001 Great American Beer Festival Bronze, 1998 World Beer Cup Silver, 1996 World Beer Cup Gold|
|Old Stock Ale||Old Ale||2003 Great American Beer Festival Bronze, 2002 World Beer Cup Bronze, 2001 Great American Beer Festival Silver|
|PranQster||Belgian-style Ale||2003 Great American Beer Festival Silver, 1998 World Beer Cup Bronze|
|Red Seal Ale||Red Ale||2002 Great American Beer Festival Silver, 2000 Great American Beer Festival Gold, 1992 Great American Beer Festival Silver|
|Scrimshaw||Lager||2000 Great American Beer Festival Bronze, 1996 Great American Beer Festival Silver, 1996 World Beer Cup Bronze, 1994 Great American Beer Festival Bronze, 1992 Great American Beer Festival Gold|
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