The San Francisco Brewers Guild invites you to celebrate 10 years of Brews on the Bay with us aboard the historic S.S. Jeremiah O’Brien at Pier 45, on Saturday, October 19th, from 2-5pm. Enjoy over 50 different beers made by San Francisco breweries, while soaking up the salty air, sunshine, live music, food, and spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and San Francisco. Tickets are on sale now for $55 and are expected to sell out.
This year’s event is shaping up to be our biggest and best yet. You can expect our member breweries to serve unlimited eight-ounce pours of their latest and greatest IPA, farmhouse ale, session beer, barrel-aged sour, imperial stout, and many other beer styles. The brewers will also be on hand to answer any questions about your favorite beers.
21st Amendment Brewery
Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant
Cellarmaker Brewing Co.
Headlands Brewing Company
Magnolia Gastropub & Brewery
Cervecería de MateVeza
Pacific Brewing Laboratory
Pine Street Brewery
Pizza Orgasmica & Brewing Company
Social Kitchen & Brewery
Southern Pacific Brewing
Speakeasy Ales & Lagers
Triple Voodoo Brewing
In addition to the local beer, we’re going to serve up local food and music. Off the Grid has provided us with four of San Francisco’s best food trucks and carts: Doc’s of the Bay, Ebbett’s Good to Go, Onigilly, and Burr-Eatery. They’ll line the pier to fill your mouth-watering needs for a few extra bucks. We’ve also enlisted The Brothers Comatose to play their lively roots music on the ship’s deck, while The Up & Down will be playing on the pier.
The S.S. Jeremiah O’Brien is a historical landmark from the World War II Merchant Marine era, and a portion of festival proceeds will benefit the National Liberty Ship Memorial.
Please note before purchase:
- All attendees must be 21+ and ID’s will be checked at the gate.
- Tickets will not be sold at the gate.
- Food is not included in the ticket price.
- The ship does not set sail during the event.
- Designated driver tickets are not available.
- Please drink responsibly and use public transit or cab services.