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Auburn Alehouse

Brewery or Brew Pub

A recent addition to Old Town Auburn, the Auburn Alehouse Brewery and Restaurant is located in the historic American Block Building at 289 Washington Street in Old Town Auburn, California. This building was the former home of the Shanghai Restaurant and bar (1896-2005), where scenes from the movie "Phenomenon" were filmed.

The ambiance of the Auburn Alehouse combines the charm and character of this historic brick and mortar building with the bold industrial elements of a gleaming 10-barrel microbrewery. Guests and friends can enjoy lunch, dinner, and libation while watching the freshly crafted beer they are drinking being produced just a few feet away. There is also an outdoor patio with a great view of the historic Auburn courthouse. An outdoor patio offers a great view of the historic Auburn courthouse, and the Auburn Alehouse is located just 1/10th of a mile from the original Auburn Brewery, which brewed for thirsty Auburnites from 1855 until 1908.

There are always at least 6-8 beers on tap and Hard Cider and select “guest” craft beers are also available on draught. Interestingly, the Auburn Alehouse is located just 1/10th of a mile from the original Auburn Brewery, which brewed for thirsty Auburnites from 1855 until 1908. You may stop by for the ale, but you’ll find the food is a star attraction as well. Whether you’re in the mood for pub fare or a sit down dinner, there is something for every one at the Alehouse.

Hours

Sunday thru Thursday - 11 am until 10 pm. Friday and Saturday - 11 am until midnight.

Seasons Open

All