4 Breweries To Kick Your Feet Up At In January

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Standard Deviant Brewing

Even though we feel like a new brewery is always opening in SF, this one takes the cake. Meet Standard Deviant Brewing, a new brewpub that lives in a former auto-body shop in the Mission. Which means, yes, the space is industrial with high ceilings and communal picnic tables, and a 26-foot bar made from a single slab of redwood. This team of brew babes (men) are updating their following on Facebook daily so tune in for more! // 280 14th St, Mission,

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Photo courtesy of Black Sands Brewery

Black Sands Brewery

This brewery is built on the philosophy that beer is for sharing. Not just the final product, but the entire process of making it. You can watch the brewers over at Black Sands make beer, taste it fresh right out of their fermenters, see the recipe, and leave with everything to make it yourself. The space is designed and planned so that everything is transparent, from beer to recipes to food. The kitchen, like their brewery, is completely open. You can sit right up front to the open kitchen and watch your meal being made. And of course, only served California inspired dishes that pair perfectly with the house made beer. // 701 Haight St, Haight Ashbury, blacksandsbeer.com

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Photos courtesy of Anchor Steam


Anchor Steam

One of SF’s more classic breweries, Anchor is America’s first and oldest craft brewery, with roots dating back to the California gold rush. Today, their beers are handmade from an all-malt mash in our traditional copper brewhouse. The process combines the time-honored art of classical craft brewing with carefully applied, state-of-the-art modern methods. Their tasting room in the Dog Patch is perfect for those mid-day tech pencil pushers who need a quick decompress before heading back into work. Plus if you can’t make it to their showroom, the sell literally at all groceries SF wide with collaboration cans with the SF Giants and so on. // 1705 Mariposa St, Dog Patch, anchorbrewing.com

Photo by Anthony RogersPhoto by Anthony Rogers

Photo by Anthony Rogers

21st Amendment

In 2000, Nico Freccia and Shaun O’Sullivan founded the 21st Amendment Brewery in San Francisco’s historic South Park neighborhood. The popular brewpub is now at the heart of the new city center, just south of the financial district and only two blocks from the San Francisco Giants baseball park. In addition to eight rotating taps of multiple award-winning hand-crafted house beers, the pub has been voted “Best Brewpub”, “Best Burger” and “Best Happy Hour” by many a local. Their brewing station in San Leandro is where the party is poppin’ — with a wide array of seating and all their brews and test-trials are sold and sampled. // 2010 Williams St, East Bay, 21st-amendment.com

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4 Breweries To Kick Your Feet Up At In January
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