Brewski lovers will rejoice that “SF Beer Week” rolls around, Feb. 6-15.
The 10-day beer celebration will showcase the San Francisco Bay Area’s long heritage with craft beer. More than 150 events are planned throughout the Bay Area. They include beer festivals, beer dinners, meet-the-brewers evenings, home-brewing demonstrations, music, films, and even a museum exhibition.
“We want the public to know that San Francisco is a hot spot for artisan and craft beers. It is an artisan environment,” said Dave McLean, owner and brewer of Magnolia Gastropub and Brewery, and the Alembic bar. “San Francisco has the top examples of artists – from cheese, to wine, to arts and culture – and beer is a part of that excellence.”
After all, beer is considered the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic beverage in the world. The Bay Area’s connection dates back to the 19th Century, when it had nearly 50 breweries.
The Alembic will feature unusual beer cocktails. Gordon Biersch will host a Bavarian Beer Breakfast with four or five varieties of Hefeweizen. Red Restaurant and Bar in Santa Cruz will host a multi-course dinner paired with beers from Uncommon Brewers of Santa Cruz.
For a complete list of events, click here.