Jason HenryDrake's 1500 and chicken bastilla at Tanjia.When you want to have a good meal paired with quality beer, the same roster of usual suspects tends to emerge: Monk's Kettle, Alembic, Magnolia, and other spots that taught you the term "gastropub" (we know; the word sounds like some sort ... More >>
David Gumbiner Not an indie punk duo, but S.F. gypsy brewers: Local Brewing Co.'s Regan, left, and Sarah.You might've seen Local Brewing Co.'s Regan and Sarah at Dolores Park, towing their five-gallon mobile kegs spray-painted with logos, giving away homebrew to what they call "focus groups." ... More >>
From now through the end of SF Beer Week, we're providing daily quarterbacking for the frothiest events. Skol, dudes. Jesse Friedman/Beer & NoshWe're over the Beer Week hump ― time to let the real gluttony begin. Behold the prix-fixe beer dinner: Thursday has eight on the schedule, ... More >>
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Astrology songs, pungent death metal, Philippine culture, and a Presidential roast
Comedian Neil Hamburger's career is one big joke
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