Holy Mountain Brewing Company is a fantastic place to day drink on a rainy day. Its Interbay location is a little tough to find, but once you’re in, you should stay awhile as you can watch freight trains zip past their open garage door. From oak-aged ale with raspberries and blackberries to barleywine with a bunch of malts and hops, this is the kind of beer that you’ll want to drink slowly, and in nice stemmed glasses.
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