Hall of the Slain

Norse mythology tells of majestic Valhalla, or Hall of the Slain, where those who die in battle are guided by valkyries to join the throngs other brave kings and heroes before the throne of Odin. Much like the fallen soldiers of Asgard, memorialized here are the myriad rare and out-of-print Beardstuffs that have perished on the battlefield of limited editions and small-batch production, never to be sold again. May their greatness be forever memorialized in the Hall!

  • HOPSKULL SKATEBOARD DECK (VIDEO)

    Only 60 of these old-skool custom-printed skateboard decks were made. Inspired by the enigmatic designs coming out of Powell Peralta in the 1980’s, it featured a stylized Burning Beard “Hopskull,” gilded with a crown of golden barley and dank hop cones, and a standard Burning Beard insignia on the tail. Designed by the legendary Mike Weeks and printed on a throwback deck from Quincy Woodwrights, it was......

  • Sabado De Los Muertos T-Shirt

    This limited edition tee shirt featured the Burning Beard hopskull, custom designed in a traditional—yet undeniably badass—Día de Los Muertos style. Screen printed on a super soft and comfy Next Level tee shirt, right here in San Diego. Chévere!  ...

  • Hop and Roll Over T-Shirt

    Like the faded memory of your favorite late night power ballad, Hop and Roll Over beckons you back to a time when you rocked a little harder, rolled a little faster, and partied ev-er-y day. Find your glory days again at Burning Beard Brewing, where the beer is cold, the jukebox is loud, and the people are real. Rock on. \m/ Released May 31, 2016......

  • Year-1 Anniversary Stein

    Included with admission to the Beard’s Year-1 Anniversary Party, this 25 oz stein was emblazoned with a stylized hopskull custom-designed for the event. All photos: @zombiechuck          ...

  • Year-1 Anniversary T-Shirt

    Designed for the Beard’s Year 1 Anniversary blowout, the shirt featured the more rustic Hopskull graphic (originally designed for the BB skateboard), with some additional artistic flourishes. After iterating on several versions of the shirt, Mike and Jeff ultimately decided to go minimalist and not include any text or verbiage. As you can see, that was definitely the right decision. Truly a badass shirt.  ...