Cellarmaker Brewery: San Francisco, CA

This brewery opened in the summer of 2013 and is located in the SoMa (South of Market) area of the city. They make various styles of beer, but the majority of the drafts offered celebrate the hop with beers heavy in the New Zealand hop varieties. Their brewing schedule is set up in a way by doing various one-offs but bringing back some fan favorites every once in a while for special occasions (Coffee & Cigarettes, Taco Hands). You won’t get tired of the tap list since they release new beers pretty regularly. The beers made here are easily some of the best in the city and sampling is made easy with various sizes offered at reasonable prices. They don’t bottle or can yet, but you can get any of their beers in a growler to go.

Side Note: The head brewer has a gnarly rat-tail.

Cellarmaker Brewery
1150 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 863-3940

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About Erik

I started this blog in 2011 to share my experiences traveling across the country visiting different bars, breweries and other beer related places. Check out the blog if you would like to read about some awesome places visited and beers I've tried.
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