It’s the first Beer Friday of 2014!
Enjoy a family friendly, admission-free evening of live music, catered food and our award winning selection of sustainably handcrafted beer and root beer.
4:00pm to 11:00pm.
Friday, January 31st
Devil’s Canyon Brewing Co.
935 Washington Street,
San Carlos, Ca., 94070 [map]
Beer Friday Food Trucks
Food will be available to purchase from:
Poutine and Stuff on Fries! The Smothered team is lead by Chef AJ Sioson.
Classically trained at the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, CA, he brings nine years of culinary experience, and taught various culinary classes at the Milpitas Adult Education.
Serving gourmet burgers, specialty sandwiches
and comfort food
to the greater south bay.
Try our Goldrush Burger, our version of the Parisian Burger!
Devil’s Canyon’s 2014 SF Beer Week Events:
Sat, Feb 8th:
1st Annual West Coast Craft Can Invitational
Mon, Feb 10th:
Sudsy Breath Bowl-Off at Mission Bowling Club
Wed, Feb 12th:
5th Annual “LADIES ONLY” Beer Tasting
Fri, Feb 14th:
Movie Night: Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Sat, Feb 15th:
Beach Volleyball, Bands and Beer at Surf Spot
See our calendar for more events and full details.
6-8pm – Australian Songstress Review
Australian songwriters Carrie Henschell from rocking country band “Carrie and the Cut Snakes”, Mel Fraser from award winning band “We All Want To” and critically acclaimed Indigenous singer/songwriter Sue Ray are joining forces to embark on a stripped down acoustic tour of the USA West Coast.
8:30-11pm - The California Sons
Take a heavy dose of Americana, add a shot or two of Whiskey, and you have the The California Sons, a fast-rising quartet from Atherton, CA.
With two guitars, bass and drums, The California Sons began as an acoustic, bluegrass-influenced duet comprised of acclaimed singer/songwriter/recording artist Erik Olson, and a legend-in-his-own-mind Eric Schultz. Several years later, drummer Eric Getter and bassist Nate Pease came on board. “We have a dynamic show. A lot of people like to dance“, said singer and guitarist Erik Olson.
Dance and drink, apparently. Some of The California Sons ‘s more popular songs include “Tangled in Twilight,” “Fay Dunaway” and their breakneck chart-buster of “Across the Great Divide.” All that apparently leads to the performance culminating into what one fan called, “A Great Wagon Wreck.”
“That’s an instrumental, a fast song and a Jam tune,” Eric Schultz said. “But it almost has these psychedelic riffs in it. It’s a lot of fun to play.” Schultz says each person in the band comes from a different musical realm, which gives the group a unique mix. The group sings three and four part harmonies, and trades off lead vocals too.
“Nate has a heavy Jazz background. Eric G has more of a jam-rock (one),” Olson said. “Schultzy is bluegrass, I’m rock and folk. So, we’ve kind of taken all our influences and put them together. It’s what we lovingly call bluegrass-folk-rock-americana with a shot of whiskey.”
There they go with the whiskey, again. But the music is so brisk, lively and toe-tapping, it goes down easy. It’s also made The California Sons a festival favorite.
This Month’s Charity
One dollar from each pint sold at Beer Friday goes to a different charity every month through our “Cheers! for Charity” program.
The Surfrider Foundation (San Mateo Chapter) – We are a local chapter of the Surfrider Foundation, a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. Founded in 1998, our chapter covers the beaches and coastline of San Mateo County, California.