On Sept. 20, the Drink SF Beer shuttle revisits the Bayview neighborhood along with sister ‘hoods Portola and Bernal Heights, where you’ll find the youngest upstarts of the SF craft beer scene (the oldest brewery on this route is barely a year and a half!).
Hosting Meet the Brewers night is Ferment.Drink.Repeat, which turned one year old just last month. Launched by Kevin and Shea Inglin, FDR, as it’s colloquially called, set roots as a homebrew shop while building out the brewery — and it’s still a great place to learn to brew. In addition to enjoying tasty FDR brews and frequent live music in the tasting room, FDR still runs the homebrew shop and hosts many educational sessions and brews days, generously offering up time and expertise to the community while sharing their passion for craft beer. More details on the beers and brewer activities being lined up for this evening coming soon.
Come join us and check out these emerging neighborhood craft beer scenes.
The #DrinkSFBeer shuttle is FREE, and stops at each venue every 10 min. Just hop on, hop off anywhere on the route (no need to reserve a seat). Riders can download the Chariot app on iTunes or Google Play, register, then track the shuttle in real time, too.
Don’t miss out on Eat Drink SF, San Francisco’s premier annual food and beverage festival that celebrates the Bay Area’s world-class chefs and restaurants. The members of the San Francisco Brewers Guild will be out in force, hosting the SF Craft Beer Booth, with the brewers from five members featured for each session. Ticket includes unlimited food and drink, plus curated experiences and programming. Experience the deliciousness for yourself August 24 – 27. Tickets are on sale now.
Run for stress relief, run for fitness, run for fun… just run. If you love the feeling of the pavement flying by beneath your feet — and a well-deserved celebration afterward — a City Beer Runs 5K / 10K is for you.
Each of these fully supported runs follows a route through the city’s streets, allowing you to soak up SF while getting in those miles. These runs aren’t timed, which means you can go all out or lope along at a leisurely pace as you see fit. But don’t dawdle too long; the finish line is at one of San Francisco’s bars or breweries, which means you’ll discover instant gratification in the form of a frosty beer. Fill those wobbly legs with a delicious drink and the blissful buzz of accomplishment — and make a toast to guilt-free fun.
Visit the website to sign up. Each run features raffle prizes and a post race beer from an awesome Bay Area brewery (all races in SF except where noted):
5/6 – Magnolia Brewing
6/10 – Standard Deviant Brewing
7/1 – Triple Voodoo Brewery
8/12 – Rogue Public House
9/9 – Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing – race in Santa Cruz
10/14 – Black Hammer Brewing
11/11 – Barebottle Brewing
12/9 – Faction Brewing – race in Alameda
Enjoy over 70 locally crafted beers from San Francisco breweries while soaking up the salty air, sunshine, food and spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and San Francisco. It’s one of the most memorable and unique beer festivals in the world.
You can expect our member breweries to serve unlimited pours of their latest and greatest IPA, farmhouse ale, session beer, barrel-aged sour, imperial stout, and many other beer styles. The brewers will not only be bringing a ton of beer, but they will be on hand to serve and answer questions.
Members of the San Francisco Brewers Guild will be bringing their best brews (official list TBA) and local food vendors will be bringing a variety of option for purchase. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for the latest updates.
This is our 14th year aboard the S.S. Jeremiah O’Brien, an historic landmark from the World War II Merchant Marine era. A portion of festival proceeds will benefit the National Liberty Ship Memorial. This 2017 installment of Brews on the Bay will be our biggest and best yet, so we hope you can join us! Get tickets now.