There's no such thing as a "case of the Mondays" during SF Beer Week. The streets are awash in bubbly nectar, and you need to do your part to consume it. To ease you back into the groove, today we'll focus on casual "Meet the Brewer" style events.
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In honor of our Halloween hangover, we'd like to share a beast of a beer. Imagine a brew so big and bad that it has to be quarantined from the rest of the beers at the brewery. This beer is so dangerously contagious that the brewer rents a dedicated, second set of bottling equipment to guarantee aga ... More >>
What: Brewtruc's Charity Beer Garden
When: Saturday, April 28 from 1 to 7 p.m.
Where: 246 Ritch Street
Cost: $20 gets you a glass of ten beers
The Rundown: This Saturday, Brewtruc is teaming up with Forage SF to support the construction of Forage Kitchen, complete with rooftop garden and nanobr ... More >>
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Day one of The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival brought something more unusual than ironic outfits or that poor guy who couldn't get his flip flops on for the life of him: rain. Usually, the desert festival is known for scorching, sometimes three-digit heat. But rain and wind be da ... More >>
Jason HenryOur sour beer lineup. After we recently offered up a sour beer primer, we decided the category was ripe for our recurring blind beer taste test. This month's panel was treated to a variety of sour beer styles from the United States, Belgium, and Italy. For a genre that generates de ... More >>
Brett L./FlickrThe sour beer sessions run Aug. 20 and 27.Unless you've been living in a lagering cave in the Czech Republic (or the Midwest), or just traveled here from the turn of this century, sour beers are all the rage. Just ask the Paper of Record. In case you couldn't make Stone Brewery ... More >>
Michael's Photos!/FlickrThere are more than 100 choices, most under $5.Tommy Harris founded Tommy's Joynt in 1947. Today it's run by second cousin Susie Katzman and her family. It's not for fancy pants. The cafeteria-style eatery is famous for carving up freshly roasted meats (beef, both corn ... More >>