Brew­eries to Visit

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An­chor Brew­ing Co.

An­chor’s Potrero Hill fa­cil­ity of­fers daily tours, which in­clude a brief his­tory of the sig­na­ture beer and brew­ing process. The brew­ery is also home to An­chor Dis­till­ing Com­pany, which of­fers one-hour tast­ing ex­pe­ri­ences.

ThirstyBear Or­ganic Brew­ery

This is the city’s old­est brew­ery-restau­rant and its first and only CCOF cer­ti­fied or­ganic brew­ery. With a self­de­scribed “Ger­man­in­flu­enced West Coast style of brew­ing,” ThirstyBear spe­cial­izes in pil­sners, IPAs, stouts, Bel­gian-in­spired ales, cask con­di­tional ales, ses­sion beers and bar­rel-aged brews.

Bar­rel Head Brew­house

The first thing you’ll no­tice walk­ing into this mod­ern brew­pub is the row of bar taps welded onto the top of a gi­ant, World War II-era tor­pedo. Bar­rel Head of­fers 30 ro­tat­ing mi­cro­brews on tap and eight house-brewed drafts, as well as a se­lec­tion of rare bot­tles. The menu also fea­tures cock­tails—some con­tain­ing beer—and a build-yourown-Man­hat­tan menu.

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