Breweries in San Francisco, CA

Whole Brew World Public Brewery Tour for One or Two (Up to 44% Off)

Whole Brew World

Whole Brew World

Public tours with stops at three, Bay Area microbreweries for tastings, plus round-trip transportation and complimentary snacks

$89 $59

VIP Brewery Tour for Two or Four People from Sacramento Brewery Tours (Up to 52% Off)

Sacramento Brewery Tours

Park N Ride

Over the course of about six hours, beer lovers sample the wares at three different breweries via a bus with beer on-tap

$250 $125

Brewery-Distillery Tour with Tasting for Two, or Private Whiskey Tasting for Up to 10 at Seven Stills (30% Off)

Seven Stills


This 4,400 sq. ft. industrial facility brews its own quality craft beers before turning them into artisanal, small-batch whiskeys

$40 $28

$29 for a Brewery Discount Card ($50 Value)

Brewery Card

Online Deal

Card provides discounts at breweries including New Glory, Yolo Brewing, Jackrabbit, and Heretic

$50 $29

$36 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $25 Worth of American Comfort Food and Drinks at Butter ($75 Total Value)



Tater tots, mozzarella sticks, and jalapeño poppers warm up tasters for fried mac ‘n’ cheese, twinkies, and deep-fried PB&J

$25 $12

$39 for a Wine Flight and Bites for Two at Tender ($58 Value)


Lower Nob Hill

Pairs enjoy three two-ounce pours of wine each, plus cheeses, charcuterie, truffles, and more

$58 $39

$17 for $30 Worth of Tropical Drinks at Hobson's Choice

Hobson's Choice

The Haight

Victorian-style punch house specializing in tropical drinks made with your choice of 120 rums

$30 $17

$5 Off A Purchase of $25 or More at Fizzee's


San Francisco

For $1, receive $5 off A Purchase of $25 or More

$0 $1

Blu Sampler Platters and Beer for Two or Four at Blu 42 Sports Lounge & Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Blu 42 Sports Lounge

Downtown Walnut Creek

Blu Sampler Platters fill bellies with chicken wings, mozzarella sticks, potato skins, and stuffed mushrooms, complemented by draft beers

$24.95 $14

Pub Crawl Admission for Two or Four from Pub Crawl San Francisco (Up to 46% Off)

Pub Crawl San Francisco

San Francisco

Revelers hit up three bars and a nightclub for a night of exclusive drinks, free shots, and no lines

$36 $20

Up to 44% Off Burgers and Cocktails at The Hatch Oakland. Two Options Available.

The Hatch Oakland

Downtown Oakland

Enjoy a build-your-own burger with vegan options, or drink from a wide selection of beers on tap

$25 $15

Two or Four Pints, Take-Home Glasses, and Take-Home Bottles of Beer at Yolo Brewing Company (Up to 51% Off)

Yolo Brewing Company

West Sacramento

Enjoy a pint of beer like Orange Blossom Blonde or California State Fair award-winning Nutty Brown with take-home glass and 22-ounce bottle

$36 $19

Desserts and Drinks for Two at A Grape in the Fog Wine Bar (Up to 51% Off). Two Options Available.

A Grape in the Fog Wine Bar

Rockaway Beach

Complex reds, crisp whites, and effervescent sparkling wines pair with shared desserts at this wine bar near the beach

$39 $19

$13 for Two Flights of Five Beers and One Appetizer at Faultline Brewing Company (Up to $26.50 Value)

Faultline Brewing


Flights of award winning local microbrews paired with housemade appetizers like calamari, roasted garlic hummus, and Thai chili wings

$26.50 $13

One Pizza of Your Choice with Purchase of Any Bottle of Red or White Wine at Beta Lounge

Beta Lounge

South Berkeley

For $1, receive One Pizza of Your Choice with Purchase of Any Bottle of Red or White Wine

$0 $1

$59 for $90 Towards Karaoke Party Room with $20 Drink Credit at Heartbeat KTV (Up to $110 Value)

Heartbeat KTV

Heartbeat KTV

Partygoers belt out their favorite tunes in private rooms equipped with mood lighting and TVs; $20 drink credit included

$110 $59

Glasses of Wine and Cheese Plates for Two at TasteVin Wine Bar & Bistro (46% Off)

TasteVin Wine Bar & Bistro

San Carlos

Cheese plates pair with different wines, from crisp white and light red to bold, powerful red and dessert, all served with bread and honey

$54 $29

San Francisco Beer & Bacon Binge - Any Sun @ 3:30pm Through Dec. 18, 2016 (Reserve in Advance)

Second City Tours- Golden Gate Park

Golden Gate Park

$100 $50

$50 for a Wine Tasting for Two with a Take-Home Bottle and Corkscrew at Winery Collective ($107 Value)

Winery Collective

Fisherman's Wharf

Taste five vintages culled from California’s boutique wineries and select a bottle to take home

$107 $50

Drinks and Appetizers at Crimson Lounge (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Crimson Lounge

Northeast San Francisco

Hip lounge space decorated with colorful artwork and plush booth seating invites party-goers to sip on cocktails and nibble on appetizers

$20 $12

One Drink with Purchase of One drink at Blur


Civic Center

For $1, receive One Drink with Purchase of One drink

$5 $1

90-Minute Taste Like a Pro Class or 2.5-Hour Intro to Wine Class at Discover Wine & Spirits Academy (50% Off)

Discover Wine & Spirits Academy

San Francisco

Instructors introduce wine history and winemaking techniques or tasting terms and etiquette before leading students in a tasting

$195 $97

1-Hour Meet the Maker Tasting Tour for 2 or 4 with Souvenir Glasses at The San Francisco Mead Company (Up to 39% Off)

The San Francisco Mead Company


Owner and meadmaker Oron guides groups through the process of making mead, including samples of raw honey and the finished fermented treat

$40 $29

Wine Tasting and Bocce Ball for 4, 8, or 12 at Sol Rouge (Up to 55% Off)

Sol Rouge Winery

Treasure Island

Sample French-inspired wines and play leisurely games of bocce ball at Sol Rouge’s winery tasting room on Treasure Island

$100 $45

Wine Tasting and Bocce Ball for Up to 12 at Vie Winery (54% Off)

Vie Winery

Treasure Island

Tastings of locally produced wines to enjoy among friends during games of bocce ball at the winery tasting room

$120 $55

Cuban Jazz Pianist Arturo O'Farrill - Saturday November 19, 2016 / 7:30pm

Herbst Theatre at the San Francisco War Memorial Building

Northeast San Francisco

$40 $25.25

Wine Tasting for Two or Four with a Take-Home Bottle for Each at Mountain View Winery (Up to 78% Off)

Mountain View Winery

San Rafael

In a brand-new tasting room, guests leisurely sample a selection of wines, learn about the winery, and take home a bottle of wine each

$89.98 $23

Hookah and Cocktail Packages for Two or Four, Valid Sun-Thurs at Fog City Hookah Lounge and Bar (Up to 52% Off)

Fog City Hookah Lounge and Bar

Fog City Hookah Lounge and Bar

Hookah lounge and bar features unique hookah flavors paired with signature cocktails

$39.99 $19

$29 for a 2016 Napa Valley Wine-Tasting Membership for Two from Napa Valley Passport ($59 Value)

Napa Valley Passport

Online Deal

Access free tastings, discounts, and special promotions at Napa Valley wineries

$59 $29

$29 for Online Wine-Pairing Class from Wine Pairing Course ($59 Value)

Wine Pairing Course

Online Deal

Through interactive site, students learn to distinguish different types of wine and match them with the foods that draw out flavor profiles

$59 $29

Select Local Merchants

  • ThirstyBear Brewing Co.
    ThirstyBear Brewing Co.: A User’s Guide Organic Craft Beers | Seasonal Spanish Tapas | Local and Sustainable Ingredients | Live Flamenco Dancing Sample Menu Paella: valenciana with saffron, tomato sofrito, chicken, chorizo, clams, mussels, and rockfish—Michael Bauer of the San Francisco Chronicle said, “[It] is the best I've had.” Tapas: steelhead tartare with Loch Etive steelhead, shallot, and housemade rosemary crackers Tapas: empanadas with adobo chicken, spinach, lime crème fraîche What’s on Tap Grizzly Bear Red Ale, with hops from Hops-Meister Farms Kozlov Stout, a deep black ale that smacks of espresso coffee and bittersweet chocolate Panda Bear Ale, a light drinker dry hopped with whole vanilla beans and TCHO cocoa nibs Ingredient Origins: Meats and produce hail from farms and producers around California, unless imported from Spain. Expect produce from Knoll Organic Farms and seafood from CleanFish. What’s Behind the Name: Owner Ron Silberstein found an article in the Chronicle titled “Thirsty Bear Bites Man for Cold Beer.” It was the story about an escaped circus bear who wandered into a bar, bit Victor Kozlov’s hand to get his beer, and then fell asleep in a park outside the bar, probably with a fake mustache drawn on by his friends. Where to Sit: Grab a brushed-steel chair near a red-felt pool table in one of the industrial-style rooms surrounding the brewery’s glass-encased tanks. When to Go: Sunday—if you like flamenco. Local artists such as Roberto Zamora and Clara Rodriguez give lively performances each week. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Pick up a book on David Lynch or Henri Matisse at 871 Fine Arts (20 Hawthorne Street) After: See a postmodern performance at the absolute cutting edge of theatre at Yerba Buena Center For the Arts (700 Howard Street).
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  • Social Kitchen & Brewery
    Social Kitchen and Brewery: A User’s Guide Housemade Microbrews | Beer as Seasoning | Southern Meets Asian | Cocktails and Beertails Sample Menu To share: brussels-sprout chips Small plate: mac & cheese with truffle oil Entree: Social burger with blue cheese, applewood-smoked bacon, and a side of tempura-battered sweet-potato fries To drink: Rapscallion golden belgian beer When to Go Happy hour (4 p.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays) means discounted craft beers, well drinks, and bar bites. Nurse a hangover with weekend brunch, during which you can savor pork-belly fried rice or brioche french toast. Just bring some aspirin—the live music tends to get a little loud. Vocab Lesson Belgian red ale: Different from an irish red ale, the belgian version has a distinctly sour taste produced by fermentation with lactobacilli and long aging periods in oak barrels, which also give it a wine-like character. Sisig: Filipino for “sour snack,” the most common form of this dish consists of pork marinated in vinegar or citrus, and then flavored with savory seasonings. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Marvel at the thousands of novelty pins in every imaginable shape and slogan at Oriental Art Gallery (1340 9th Avenue). After: Head to Urban Bazaar (1371 9th Avenue) for an evening class in crafts such as crochet and printmaking, or bring a growler to the monthly Stitch ‘n’ Bitch gathering. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Longtime Social chef Christopher Wong created the menu at Blueprint Tap Room (680 8th Street)—the concept’s similar, although the beers aren’t made in-house.
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  • Speakeasy Tap Room
    Speakeasy Ales & Lagers: A User’s Guide Small-Batch Microbrewery | Subterranean Taproom | 12 Rotating Draft Beers | BYO Food Sample Beers Baby Daddy Session IPA, a citrusy brew with a hoppy punch Syndicate No. 02, a Scarface Imperial Stout blended with five ales and aged in a bourbon barrel Harvey Milk Stout, a dark brew dedicated to the gay rights trailblazer The Vibe: This space designed by Kelly Malone mixes reclaimed and recycled wood with exposed ductwork and hidden hideaways to create a functioning nod to the speakeasies of old. The Food: There’s no kitchen at the taproom, but food trucks frequent the nearby streets. Guests can also bring their own eats from home or steal a picnic basket on the way over. Where to Sit: After entering through the peephole-equipped door, belly up to the solid-wood bar to watch the bartenders pull from 12 taps. Guests can also sneak away to one of the many nooks and crannies, including a lounge-style area with pallet windows and plush banquettes. While You’re Waiting Grab a growler to go. Press the “In case of raid” button and see what happens. Accept the fact that you can never win a staring contest against the microbrewery’s shifty-eyed logo.
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  • Magnolia Pub and Brewery
    Magnolia Gastropub & Brewery: A User’s Guide Housemade Craft Beers | Seasonal, Local Pub Eats | Weekend Brunch | Growlers to Go Sample Menu Snack: scotch quail eggs with beer-mustard aioli Entree: beer-brined pork chop with heirloom runner beans and baby kale Dessert: float with Humphry Slocombe Stout ice cream and housemade root beer What to Drink: You can’t go wrong by sampling anything from the current draft list, which Zagat called one of the most “awesomely-curated” beer lists in the city. The Vibe: When Imbibe magazine’s editors selected Magnolia as one of their 75 favorite breweries in 2014, owner Dave McLean told an interviewer that he wants to replicate the “comfortable and convivial atmosphere of a true ‘public house’,” complete with pints, brewery tours, and growlers to go. Inside Tip: Magnolia doesn’t accept reservations. So if you want to get a seat without long waits, avoid peak dining hours. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Grab a whiskey and some stick-to-your-ribs barbecue at Magnolia’s sister restaurant, Smokestack at Magnolia Brewing Co. (2505 3rd Street).
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  • Park Chalet Garden Restaurant
    Housed within the heart of Golden Gate Park, Park Chalet Garden Restaurant manages to simultaneously embrace its natural surroundings and its contemporary, urban setting. Glass walls and ceilings completely surround the diners, affording them pastoral views of Queen Wilhelmina's windmill and the dutch-tulip garden without sacrificing the comfort of an indoor environment. During warm, sunny days, natural light floods the space and the retractable glass doors slide open to admit warm breezes. The dining room's pendant lamps and immense stone fireplace become invaluable at night, keeping the restaurant brightly lit and the temperatures toasty throughout the evening. To complement this elegantly cozy ambiance, Executive Chef Matthew Urban and his team devised a menu of familiar comfort foods with subtly refined touches. Smoked paprika oil adds an unfamiliar yet welcome burst of savory flavor to the fried chicken, and cornmeal-crusted trout arrives at tables with an aromatic saffron aioli. Occasionally, the chefs look for inspiration in other cuisines and fuse those flavors with Californian ingredients. Crushed avocados add to the ahi tuna tartare's richness, but the dish's ginger-sesame vinaigrette balances those flavors with a hint of zesty spice. However, the chefs aren't the only culinary talent at Park Chalet Garden Restaurant. The staff also brews a variety of beers in-house, crafting everything from smoky, German-style märzens to refreshingly hoppy IPAs. As diners enjoy one of these brews with their meal, they can take in the views and applaud the local bands and extraterrestrial magicians that perform every Tuesday evening.
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  • Rogue Ales Public House
    Meet Mo: The Naked Lady in the Bathtub In 1987, a few self-described rogues decided to start a brew pub. In 1988, they started brewing in a basement. But 1989? That’s where Mo comes in. Swiftly outgrowing their basement digs, the founders sought a permanent place in which to brew, sell, and savor their beer all at once. In scoping out Newport’s Historic Bay Front, one of these founders met an older woman named Mohava Niemi, best known as the founder of Mo’s Restaurants. Mo invited him in, and the two got to talking over clam chowder—her hallmark dish. Mo confessed she’d always wanted to live above a bar. And as luck would have it, she owned a two-level building. Along with some shops and studios, her building had an empty, 1,100 square foot storefront on the ground floor—and three apartments on the top. Mo promised a generous discount, as long as they did two things. First, “feed the fisherman.” That was Mo’s way of saying they should help the local community. Second: hang a memorable picture of Mo in the bar for all eternity. Today, Mo’s legacy endures, and not just through her black-and-white, garb-free grin. She helped strengthen the bar and brewery’s revolutionary spirit, and she also paved Rogue’s tradition of community involvement. This involvement, first seen when locals picked up hammers and extra shifts back in 1989, is also evident in Rogue’s local farms. Between its farms, its dozens of beers, its spirits, and its tasting/meeting facilities, Rogue has become an ever-evolving testament to community, friendship, and above all, revolution.
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