Almanac Beer Taproom, Mission District

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SAN FRANCISCO | Almanac Beer Co. have been making award winning beers since 2010, but until December 2016 they didn’t have their own venue that people could visit to try the beers. It’s located in the space formerly occupied by Sous Beurre and is a bright venue with bar and table seating, and a surprisingly spacious beer garden out back.

All of Almanac’s year round beers are available on tap, along with seasonal brews and some rarities and vintages that are exclusive to the taproom. If you’re looking for more, there’s also a range of bottles and cans. For non-beer drinkers there’s draft cider and wine too, although if you are normally a wine drinker we highly recommend trying one of the Grand Cru Imperial Sour Beers. The red is brewed with grapes, raspberries and vanilla beans, and aged in red wine barrels, while the white is brewed with muscat grapes and apricots, aged in white wine barrels. We’ve converted wine drinkers into beer drinkers with these before.

For those new to Almanac’s beers go for one of the tasting paddles, which will give you small pours of a a variety of beers on tap. Most of what Almanac brews is very good, but particular favourites of ours include the Vanilla Cherry Dogpatch, a 7.5% ABV red sour ale brewed with Bing, Rainier and Montmorency Cherries along with whole Madagascar vanilla beans, and the Farmer’s Reserve Strawberry, a 7.0% ABV blond sour ale brewed with coastal Seascape Strawberries grown at Swanton Berry Farms in California’s Santa Cruz Mountains.

For hungry folk, the kitchen serves a seasonal menu updated daily with market-fresh produce, locally sourced ingredients, and a growing selection of house-made charcuterie. All food is designed specifically to pair and enhance the enjoyment of the beers and is much more than an afterthought.

Almanac Beer Taproom

2704 24th Street
San Francisco
California 94110
United States

Telephone: 415 932 6531
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Tue – Sat: 3:00pm to 10:00pm
Sun: 3:00pm to 9:00pm

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