The New Brewery Scene in Town

Explore the newest breweries in SF with a beer snob.

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Ian

An avid live music fan, I have always enjoyed a cold, tasty beer. I got into the craft brewing scene when the "micro brew" beers were not enough to quench my expanding palate and started experimenting and tasting beers from all over the world.... What I found, was that I really loved IPA's, consistently, more than any beer. In the last 13 years my knowledge of beer has grown exponentially, and what I have realized is that there is always more to try, and always beers that you fall in love with right away. I want to share this with you, bring you to some spots off the beaten path and help you to explore and discover some of the finest craft beers that San Francisco has to offer.

Drinks • 2 hours • Group size (3-10)

This is your chance to explore local beer with a local beer lover, and taste a variety of styles and types of beer in addition to delicious food pairings. With deep knowledge of SF and all of the local breweries and beer bars, this will be an exciting and social time you don't want to miss.

We will visit two breweries walking distance from each other in the blooming Dogpatch neighborhood.

Price per person
What's included?
£19



2 reviews

  • May 2014

    I was travelling alone, so the beertour was a great opportunity to meet locals and to enjoy the City and its different beers :) Ian was a great guide and gave me also a lot of recommendations for the next days in and around San Francisco! We had so mich fun!! Would book this event again!

  • May 2014

    My Dad & I and a couple of friends had a blast on the brewery/pub tour with Ian. He was super friendly, knowledgable and the places we went were great. Even though it was a Saturday and the tap rooms were busy he had made reservations so we had tours booked and a table waiting for us which we really appreciated. The whole day was very personal and didn't feel touristy at all, which is perfect if you are looking for a real/local San Francisco experience. And the beers were great! I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone who likes beer and wants to get a feel for the San Francisco micro-brewing culture.

Meeting location
Requirements
21 and over, only.
Guest Refund Policy
Full refund 5 days prior notice. Within 5 days 50% refund.
Weather Policy
Rain or shine.

£19

per person

The New Brewery Scene in Town

Dogpatch –San Francisco

Your host
Ian

Overview

This is your chance to explore local beer with a local beer lover, and taste a variety of styles and types of beer in addition to delicious food pairings. With deep knowledge of SF and all of the local breweries and beer bars, this will be an exciting and social time you don't want to miss.

We will visit two breweries walking distance from each other in the blooming Dogpatch neighborhood.

This experience is perfect for

I'd recommend it to a younger/flexible crowd. Ian is very nice but his approach is very informal.

Experience type Drinks
Group size 3-10 people
Length 2 hours
Meeting location

3rd Street

Times

He's not flexible about the minimum because otherwise is not profitable.
The maximum is 4 because he drives people to places.
If dates are blocked off, it means he's out of town.

Guest Refund Policy

Full refund 5 days prior notice. Within 5 days 50% refund.

Weather Policy

Rain or shine.

Requirements

21 and over, only.

About Ian

An avid live music fan, I have always enjoyed a cold, tasty beer. I got into the craft brewing scene when the "micro brew" beers were not enough to quench my expanding palate and started experimenting and tasting beers from all over the world.... What I found, was that I really loved IPA's, consistently, more than any beer. In the last 13 years my knowledge of beer has grown exponentially, and what I have realized is that there is always more to try, and always beers that you fall in love with right away. I want to share this with you, bring you to some spots off the beaten path and help you to explore and discover some of the finest craft beers that San Francisco has to offer.

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