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21st Amendment Celebrates the Arrival of Hell or High Watermelon

21st Amendment Celebrates the Arrival of Hell or High Watermelon

It was a watermelon massacre at San Francisco’s 21st Amendment Brewery yesterday evening as co-owners Nico Freccia and Shaun O’Sullivan celebrated the seasonal release of Hell or High Watermelon beer with a sacrificial watermelon toss from the brewery’s roof. A hearty happy hour crowd celebrated…

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Woods Polk Station Brings Yerba Maté-infused Beers to Polk Street

Woods Polk Station Brings Yerba Maté-infused Beers to Polk Street

Woods Polk Station, one of upper Polk Street’s newest bars, is also one of San Francisco’s smallest bars. Sandwiched between two other new businesses—a juice shop and a taco/tequila joint (what more could you want?)—Woods Polk Station specializes in yerba maté-infused beers and empanades with…

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Anchor Brewery Brewmaster Shares History, Details on New IPA

Anchor Brewery Brewmaster Shares History, Details on New IPA

Since joining Anchor Brewery in 1971, Brwemaster Mark Carpenter has had a role shaping the beer scene locally in the Bay Area and also nationally with unique beers that helped influence the craft beer movement. Under the guidance of former owner Fritz Maytag’s, who bought…

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10 Winter Beers to Warm Up the Holidays

10 Winter Beers to Warm Up the Holidays

It’s not yet officially winter, but coinciding with the holidays and cold weather is the arrival of winter beers at Bay Area bars and retailers. We stopped at SoMA brew hub City Beer Store and Oakland beer house and bottle shop Beer Revolution to see what beers they recommend for the season.

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21st Amendment, Magnolia Celebrate Belgian Beer Month With Unique Brews

21st Amendment, Magnolia Celebrate Belgian Beer Month With Unique Brews

Two of San Francisco ’s most well-known breweries are offering up some special beers in November, all part of the celebration of Belgian Beer Month.

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Beer: New Awesome SF-based Web Series Celebrates Craft Brews

Beer: New Awesome SF-based Web Series Celebrates Craft Brews

Do you consider yourself a beer enthusiast? If so, you need to check out SF-based Oct 28 Productions’ new web series Brew Age. Brew Age: A Craft Beer Revolution is a stunning short format video series, documenting the home brewers and microbrewers alike that are…

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Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Launches Grateful Dead Themed Beer

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Launches Grateful Dead Themed Beer

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has teamed up with the Grateful Dead to launch a new collaborative beer called American Beauty.

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Speakeasy Celebrates 16th Anniversary with Huge Block Party

Speakeasy Celebrates 16th Anniversary with Huge Block Party

Call it a Sweet 16 of sorts as San Francisco’s very own Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, which is celebrating a birthday on Saturday with an afternoon block party.

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Anchor Brewing to Offer Unique 12-Pack

Anchor Brewing to Offer Unique 12-Pack

Starting in September, San Francisco’s famed Anchor Brewing will be offering a new 12-pack called Craft Originals, featuring four different beers.

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Best Dishes at San Francisco’s Bacon and Beer Festival

Best Dishes at San Francisco’s Bacon and Beer Festival

The irrepressible smell of pork wafted through the Grand Ballroom at the Fairmont in San Francisco on Sunday as more than a dozen chefs prepared dishes for the first-ever Bacon and Beer Festival in San Francisco.

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Bacon and Beer Festival to Debut in San Francisco

Bacon and Beer Festival to Debut in San Francisco

Bacon and beer, a match made in heaven for many, hogs the spotlight Sunday, August 25 as San Francisco plays host to its first-ever Bacon and Beer Festival.

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Outside Lands Announces Food Lineup

Outside Lands Announces Food Lineup

Although the Outside Lands Music Festival is not taking place until August, the food, beer and wine options will remain plentiful again for this year’s festivities.

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