Celebrate National Beer Day in San Francisco

Celebrate National Beer Day in San Francisco

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It's National Drink Beer Day so to celebrate, we have compiled a guide to your favorite sudsy adult beverage!

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    Anyone who lives in the Inner Richmond and drinks beer was super stoked when this bar and restaurant opened up, as it really filled a dearth -- and they probably all immediately joined the Mug Club, since it means they get a buck off every beer and a free beer on Tuesdays. 
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    Each of the 31 beers on tap at this airy, rustic bar, is from California. Why 31 taps? ‘Cause California was the 31st state. (So clever). The food at Hopwater is also good and really reasonably priced. Between the brews and the grub, this is one of those spots that’s super easy to come back to again and again. And again.
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    This craft-beer bar and bottle shop is tucked inside a luxury apartment building at Market and 10th, but that’s truly the only thing not to like about it. There are 20 beers on draft (almost all of which are from California), but don’t worry, it’s not like you’ll have had them all before; these guys focus on limited edition, seasonal, or specialty brews.
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    Whether you’re looking for a beer that pairs well with seasonal small plates, or just want to grab a seat at the bar and get your beer drinking sesh on, Sessions at the Presidio is your spot. There are 24 rotating taps and over 75 bottles, which means that it won’t be hard to find something to please your palate. Feeling adventurous? Check out the flight: 5oz pours of three beers that all fit the theme of the day.
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    City Beer Store is kinda like a wine tasting room, but for people who love beer. You can go in just to shop and pick up beer to go, settle in for a while and order one of the beers from the 15 rotating taps, or buy one of the 500+ bottles to enjoy there. All of the craft brewers want their beer to be sold there, so this is definitely the spot to find out what the cool kids are brewing and drinking.
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     Like Mikkeller, Monk’s Kettle has coolers set at 45, 50, and 55 degrees to ensure your brew is served at the right temperature, and the entire keg system is cleaned every two weeks so the beer always tastes its best. Not sure what to order? The staff is knowledgeable and friendly and totally willing to help you figure it out. We’d also be remiss if we didn’t point out that the seasonally driven pub fare is quite tasty. 
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    Toronado is known for helping usher the craft beer movement into the mainstream in the '80s, and it has continued to cater to beer snobs/lovers ever since. There are 45 rotating beers on tap and no, the bartenders don’t really have time to walk you through each one, so you may want to use your iPhone to Google them or have an idea of what you like, so the bartender can make a suggestion
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    This massive bar in the TL offers 40 drafts and two cask-conditioned ales, served at three different temperatures, depending on the style of beer. Yeah, they take this stuff seriously... so seriously, in fact, that all of the beers on tap are managed by a system dubbed the Flux Capacitor, which controls the exact mix of nitrogen and carbon dioxide used for each tap (no lightning required).
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