Neighborhood Beer Guide

With Summer winding down and Fall rapidly approaching, there isn’t a better time to enjoy a refreshing craft beer. Whether you prefer ales, lagers, porters or malts - the San Francisco beer scene is chock-full of plenty of spots to sip your favorite beer style.

Take a look at our neighborhood beer guide for the best taprooms and brew houses in the city:

 

Fort Point Beer Company Taproom
Visit: San Francisco Ferry Building

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A trip to San Francisco’s iconic Ferry Building isn’t complete without a visit to Fort Point’s taproom. Indulge in the company’s unique selection of brews, inspired by San Francisco’s climate and culture.  

 

Anchor Steam Public Taps
Visit: 495 De Haro Street in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill District

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Anchor Steam has been a San Francisco staple since the late 1800s, and while there are endless spots to sip on an Anchor beer across the city, nothing beats a visit to the company’s tap room. From behind-the-scenes brewery tours to fun and interactive events and tasty snacks, Anchor Steam’s Public Tabs will make your weekend. And did we mention it’s in the Potrero Hill? Hello endless sunshine!  

 

Standard Deviant
Visit: 280 14th Street in San Francisco’s Mission District

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Nestled between SoMa and the Mission District, Standard Deviant has rapidly emerged as a neighborhood destination for tasty beers in an industrial setting (the tanks are literally footsteps away!) The company has expanded its beer offerings over the last couple of years to feature a robust list of brews to choose from, making them a great destination for distinct flavors. 

 

Black Sands Brewery
Visit: 701 Haight Street in San Francisco’s Haight District

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Visit Black Sands brewery for a true California beer experience. Thoughtfully designed and beautifully curated,, the company has crafted it’s brews, dishes and even taproom with California characteristics in mind.

 

Hayes Valley Biergarten
Visit: 424 Octavia Street in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley District

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Situated right in the heart of Hayes Valley, Biergarten offers the ideal spot for frothy beers, pretzels and sunshine. Choose wisely from their well-curated list of German beers and grab a picnic table close to the fence for ample people watching - one of our favorite past times :).  

 

21st Amendment
Visit: 563 2nd Street in San Francisco’s SoMa District

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Famous for fashioning pints of their Hell or High Water Watermelon Beer with a slice of watermelon, 21st Amendment is easily a top choice for a summer brew. Head over on Giants game days for all the drinks and eats! 

 

Barebottle
Visit: 1525 Cortland Ave in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights District

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Tapping into San Francisco’s rich food and culture scene for inspiration, Barebottle prides itself on creating unique flavor profiles for each of their beers. What's more, they rely on the public's vote for which brew to craft. 

 

Triple Voodoo
Visit:  2245 3rd Street in San Francisco’s Dogpatch District

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Lindsay Meyer