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- $18 for one pitcher of signature beer and pizza for two (up to a $29.95 value)
- $28 for two pitchers of signature beer and two pizzas for four (up to a $59.90 value)
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*Beers rotate weekly, customers may choose from the selection of signature brews below for their pitchers. Not all brews are on tap at the same time. Newport Beach Blonde, The Wedge Wiezen, Dead Cowboy Stout, Pelican Pale Ale, Newport Coast Steam, Balboa Brown, Riptide Red, and Bisbee’s ESB
Newport Beach Brewing Company
Though it has no legal bearing in the U.S., the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516 is gospel at Newport Beach Brewing Company. It stipulates that only three ingredients should be found in beer: barley, hops, and water. Brewer Derek Bougie sticks to this 16th century decree when creating all of Newport Beach's beers, which include hefeweizens, pale ales, and the comically named Evil Monkey and Village Idiot. And the Bavarian approach pays off: since 1995 Newport Beach Brewing Co beers have earned the brewery two bronze medals, two silver medals, and one gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival.
While Derek sticks to tradition, Newport Beach's head chef, Gabriel Beltran, prefers putting an contemporary spin on classic bar food. Made entirely in-house, his cuisine ranges from bourbon stout salmon, 1/2 lb. Harris ranch raised burgers, and fish and chips to brick-fired, garlic-crusted pizza topped with macaroni and cheese. His innovation even extends to desserts such as calzone filled with white and dark chocolate. Beer-fueled feasts unfold in front of Newport's HD televisions and 101-inch flat-screens, which stay tuned to the latest sports and weather reports from neighboring planets. Patrons may also visit the beer garden and patio located near the beach and the bay on Balboa Peninsula.