How does it fit?
The Black Stout Brewmaster Hoodie fits comfortably — not too tailored, not too baggy.
How is it sized?
Check out the handy sizing guide.
How do I care for it?
Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
- Fabric: stain-resistant cotton blend twill.
- Four large internal parks for hops, bottles, and snacks.
- Chest pockets with a pen slot.
- Ribbed cuffs, so you can pull up your sleeves and get down to business.
- Bottle opener on the zipper.
These days, seems like most everyone's brewing beer, drinking beer, or talking beer, at least among our hop-happy friends. So, we thought that making a hoodie for beer makers sounded like a good idea.
The Black Stout Brewmaster Hoodie features a bunch of goodies for beer producers and consumers alike, including breathable, stain/slosh-resistant fabric, interior storage pockets for salty snacks and other essentials, a bottle opener on the zipper, and more.
Want a lighter flavor? Check our Brown Ale Brewmaster Hoodie.
Jim Woods is head brewer and cofounder at Cervecería de MateVeza, a cafe and small brewery on the corner of Dolores Park dedicated to providing locally-sourced, Argentinian-style empanadas paired with creative artisanal beers.
Long a homebrewer, Woods developed a yerba mate ale recipe and brought MateVeza to market in November of 2006, making it the first beer brewed with yerba mate in the world.
Woods later cofounded Cervecería de MateVeza to showcase his beers and act as a test kitchen for new experimental beers. Brewing on a 20-gallon system, his noteworthy experiments have included a line of Girl Scout Cookie inspired beers, gruits brewed without hops, beers brewed with wild yeast, and many others. Woods is a certified Cicerone.