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Beer Bash

April 7 is National Beer Day, and what better way to celebrate than imbibing the spirit? Local suds, of course. Here are some Marin brewers with an option for everyone.

• Headlands Brewing You can never have too much of a good thing, right? That’s why Mill Valley–based Headlands Brewing offers its beers in 16-ounce cans. Grab one of the Hill 88 Double IPAs after trekking the real deal. headlandsbrewing.com

• Marin Brewing Co. This award-winning brewery has been a Larkspur fixture since April Fools’ Day, 1989. The massive selection is conveniently sorted on the menu in order of richness, taking the guesswork out for thirsty guests. marinbrewing.com

• Iron Springs All the beers at this Fairfax brewery are handcrafted on location in 10-barrel batches. Additionally, the water used to make the beer is sourced from the seven Marin reservoirs, as well as the Russian River. Talk about local flavor. ironspringspub.com

• Moylan’s Brewery Brendan Moylan, who also opened Marin Brewing Co., brought this microbrewery to Novato in 1995. A generous happy hour, favored beers like the Kilt Lifter and pub fare galore make this establishment a community staple. moylans.com

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