Take a peak behind the curtain…


Help us unleash our creations.

Welcome to the Mad Scientist Club! At Exf Brewing Co, we sought out to create not only a different type of loyalty club, but a meaningful one as well. This isn’t just a typical “mug club”, this is an opportunity to participate in the development of new beers as we bring them to market. We can’t just offer this opportunity to everyone, this is a limited and exclusive membership. Sign up quickly to reserve your spot!

What does a membership to the Mad Scientist Club get you?

  • A once per month meeting to sample exclusive prototype beers. These beers are not available to the public and may never be! You have the opportunity to help set the direction for Exf Brewing Co and how our beers will taste in the future
  • Discounts of $1 per pint or $4 per growler during the month(s) of your membership
  • First access to limited release beers and merchandise
  • Your own customized Mad Scientist Club Lab coat
  • Your name, in chalk, above our Bar and Tap so you can brag to your friends, if you’re into that kind of thing

Memberships cost $30 per month or $300 for an annual membership. Once sold out these spots are only available if a member leaves the club. Sign up is first come first serve, so reserve your spot now!

Step 1:  Submit the registration form below and make your first payment. If you select a monthly membership, you will be charged $30 per month on a recurring basis. If you select an annual membership, you will be charged $300 per year on a recurring basis. If you ever need to update, suspend or cancel your membership, just contact us by email at Upon registration,  you can expect an email confirmation message and, shortly thereafter, an email containing more information on how to use the benefits of your Mad Scientist Club membership.

Step 2: Science!!!

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Science. Beer. Perfection.MAD SCIENTISTS IN THE LAB


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