After an eight-month build-out that includes a state-of-the-art tap room and beer garden, Headlands Brewing Company is opening today in Lafayette, giving Contra Costa County residents a great reason to get out and drink a craft beer in the sunshine this weekend.

Fans of Hawk Hill Hefeweizen, Pt. Bonita Pilsner and the other Nor-Cal themed beers that Headlands has been kegging and canning since 2013 can finally enjoy the suds on-site, along with a small menu of snacks and sausages. The brewery opens at 3 p.m. at 3420 Mt. Diablo Boulevard, next to Bonehead’s Texas BBQ and Locanda Positano.

In addition to the 20-tap floating draught tower, outdoor patio and fire pits, look for about 10 small-batch ales like Four Peaks Hazy IPA, Lafayette Light Lager and Lightship Sour Pilsner as well as guest beers (Gummy Worms Pale Ale from Sacramento’s New Glory Brewery), local wines and ciders.

Sausages ($8-$16) range from a plain DIY dog with choice of condiments to the Diablo Dog with balsamic onion jam, cream cheese and fresh jalapeño slices, and the Contra Dog, a classic Chicago-style sausage with sliced tomatoes, giardinera, green relish, Hill 88 mustard and sport peppers. Snacks include beef jerky, trail mix, coleslaw and chips.