A walking tour of San Francisco's home breweries
For one sunny afternoon, home brewers are opening their backyards and garages for you to check out. Walk around and see how homebrew in San Francisco gets made. We'll all be brewing batches of the same beer so that we can fill a barrel and age it for next year's beer week.
Artisan Brewing Co.
Standing at the intersection of beer, wine, yeast, and oak...trying to direct traffic.
25th & Valencia
Look for the Orange balloon!
2665 Bryant Street
Three friends brewing ales and lagers in modern and historical San Francisco beer styles. Swing by and see our 15 gallon RIMS brewing system and talk shop!
Elizabeth Street Brewery
798 Elizabeth Street
Since 2003, the residence of Alyson and Richard Brewer-Hay has been known to family and friends as The Elizabeth Street Brewery. Located in the family-oriented San Francisco neighborhood of Noe Valley, The ESB is a pub for the people, by the people. The brewery now boasts a 20-gallon tippy dump system called "Molly".
726 15th St., San Francisco, CA
Comrades Brewing makes fun, funky beers. Come check out our brewing studio; we're in 'The British Grocery.'
1462 Hampshire Street
We're a homebrewers' collective in SF dedicated to supporting the local homebrew community and sharing homebrew with beer lovers in SF. Come visit our hackerspace and get involved!