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July 16th, 2022

The Best San Francisco Breweries To Visit

Food & Drink

California is known for its strong craft beer culture and San Francisco more than holds its own in this category. Here is our list of the best San Francisco breweries to visit on your next trip to the city.

21st Amendment Brewery
563 2nd St.

Why we like them:
21st Amendment has some of the best seasonal craft beers in San Francisco.

Anchor Brewing
1705 Mariposa St.

Why we like them:
Anchor Brewing has been around for over 125 years and offers public tours and tastings.

Seven Stills Brewery & Distillery
100 Hooper St., Suite 4

Why we like them:
Seven Stills actually distills their beer into whiskey. Count us in!

Black Hammer Brewing
544 Bryant St.

Why we like them:
One of the brewers is a chemical engineer, so Black Hammer is part brewery, part laboratory with some great concoctions.

Cellarmaker Brewing Company
1150 Howard St.

Why we like them:
Possibly the most popular brewery in San Francisco, Cellarmaker continuously produces rotating small batches.

Fort Point Beer Co.
742 Valencia St.

Why we like them:
Their beer is delish, especially their hazy IPA, but don’t sleep on their hotdogs.

Laughing Monk Brewing Co.
1439 Egbert Ave., Unit A/B

Why we like them:
Their Belgian-style beers have a California twist but we love all the fun things to do like trivia, food trucks, and pinball.

Local Brewing Co.
69 Bluxome St.

Why we like them:
Local Brewing Co. offers 12 rotating taps, features some great food, and is a great pre-game stop if you’re heading to a Giants game.

Park Chalet Coastal Beer Garden
1000 Great Highway

Why we like them:
Park Chalet features a huge dog-friendly lawn often featuring live music and also offers take-home growlers.

Barebottle Brewing Co.
1525 Cortland Ave.

Why we like them:
Our resident beer expert, Lauren Vojvoda, says this is the best brewery experience in SF and that’s good enough for us.


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