Rouge Public House: San Francisco, CA

This is one of several “Outposts” that the Rouge Brewery has along the West coast. Outpost basically means that it’s operated by Rouge Brewery (Oregon) and you can find a ton of their beers on tap here. This places offers the normal staple beers but also has a ton of their more limited edition beers on too. Although I’m not a HUGE fan of the Rouge beers, I still like visiting this place while in the city. There’s an outdoor drinking area which makes it a nice place to visit and drink outside – something that’s not super-common while in a major city. The prices are very reasonable and even if you don’t like Rouge beers, there are usually guest beers on tap to satisfy your needs. Taste something you like? To-go bottles are availble for a wide variety of beers and you can add them on your tab. They have a food menu and sell the typical bar food but if you’re not into the menu, there’s a ton of other places to eat in the area (this is located on the edge of Little Italy and North Beach).

Rouge Public House SF

673 Union St, San Francisco, CA 94133

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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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  1. Pingback: La Trappe Cafe: San Francisco, CA | getting dark beer blog

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