A nod to Mary Ellen Pleasant, the mother of civil rights in California, this year’s label features the Eucalyptus trees she planted outside of her manor on Bush & Octavia.
We got to check out the centuries-old craft brewing traditions, and get a taste of San Francisco history, not to mention taste all kinds of great new Anchor beers.
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,
With its roots beginning in the Gold Rush, San Francisco’s Steam Beer has been brewed here for at least 150 years.
Their purchase of a San Francisco based beer (founded 1896) shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Large breweries have been snapping up popular California beer brands like hotcakes in the last few years, 2015 in particular was huge year for acquisition in particular.
UNITED IN NIGHTLIFE! Calling all ginslingers, barbacks, servers, deejays, bouncers, dancers, party photographers, hat checks, swampers, and anyone and everyone who works in this great city’s nightlife! Entrance is FREE for all you service workers and friends! FREE Anchor Steam Beer provided by Broke-Ass Stuart for the first hour of
Held in the historic 1874 San Francisco Mint, Hops and History is back for its 2nd annual event. Unlimited beer tastings from Anchor, Magnolia, Speakeasy, 21st Amendment, Triple Voodoo Brewery, Pine Street Brewery, Thirsty Bear and so many more! Also, home brewing demos, local food vendors, and an expanded exhibit
I generally welcome any new addition to my neighborhood, especially when that said addition is not another bodega to compete for my addiction to $1 cans of Arizona iced tea. That being said, the new bar Night of Joy finally opened last week and by far exceeded my expectations. The