Humble Sea Brewery’s Seasonal Pop-Up Graces the Santa Cruz Wharf

Leveraging the over 300 days of sunshine a year and an epic 360-degree ocean view, the region’s second-largest brewery is reopening its outdoor beer garden on the Santa Cruz Wharf.  

Sporting creative, sea-themed names like Gillmore Girls, Jean Fog Van Dayum , and Elon Mollusk, Humble Sea Brewery took over a former spot where a restaurant once stood. The wide-open space – the result of a demolition – is the perfect wood-plank patio for Adirondack chairs, breezy umbrellas and a prime spot on a century-old wharf that stretches a half-mile into the ocean. Known for its “foggy IPAs,” Humble Sea boasts five times as many unique beers as brewing company Russian River and nearly as many as 44-year-old Sierra Nevada.  The seasonal pop-up will feature cold beer and food trucks Fridays to Sundays from Noon to 6PM to start, increasing days and hours as summer approaches.