Your Passport to Fun – Discover Concord’s Best Tap Houses

Concord’s Beer Passport is back starting February 19. Visit all four featured tap houses and earn a free craft beer flight from Visit Concord.

Craft beer lovers have reason to celebrate as Visit Concord and four of Concord’s top alehouses have come together once again to offer the Beer Passport. The event runs Thursday, February 19 through Sunday, May 31 at the Concord Tap House, Epidemic Ales, EJ Phair Brewing Company and The Hop Grenade.
Simply pick up your Passport at any of the featured locations, or at the Visit Concord office in Salvio Pacheco Square, and start making your rounds. Once you have a stamp from each of the four alehouses (no purchase necessary,) Visit Concord will provide a voucher for a free flight at the location of your choice. It’s as fun and easy as that.

Special commemorative, red Solo-style drinking cups and stickers are also available at Visit Concord, while supplies last. Stop by any time during regular business hours to pick one up. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for a chance to win some cool prizes like tickets to the Spring Brews Fest and Beer Passport tee shirts. For more information, go to Beer Passport 2020.

Beer fans won’t want to miss Concord’s big annual brew fest on Saturday, March 28, at Todos Santos Plaza. Now in its 11th year, the Brewing Network’s Spring Brews Festival is known to be one of the best craft beer festivals in all the Bay Area. Enjoy a day outside in the park with a stellar lineup of California’s best craft beers, live music and great food.

Grab your passport and enjoy brews at:

Concord Tap House:

Born out of a sense of community, the new brewery on the block offers 24 taps as well as pub fare.


@concordtaphouse

Epidemic Ales:

Beers here are bold, unique and have memorable names like Zombrew and Patient Zero.

@epidemicales

E.J. Phair Brewing Co:

Pair up a Jaegarschnitzelwich with the Shorty’s Revenge Strong Amber.

@ejphairconcord

The Hop Grenade:

This premier tap room houses 21 taps and tasty beer bites. They’re also home to the popular podcast The Brewing Network.

@hopgrenade