Don't Forget to Check the Schedule for SF Beer Week Events, Dinners and More


By Dana Eastland. We mentioned it in December but don’t forget that San Francisco Beer Week is coming up soon. It’s from January 22nd through 31st, and there are lots of great sudsy events to check out.

A few to consider: on Saturday January 23rd, Red Dog is hosting chef Beau Schooler of Juneau, Alaska, and Almanac Brewing for a special Alaskan Seafood and Almanac Dinner complete with seafood from both Alaska and California (and yes, there will be crab!). Tickets are $150 per person and include food and beer.

Then, on Sunday January 24th, Red Dog is hosting Almanac again, this time for a Chef’s Night Out dinner complete with some of the industry’s favorite chefs. Dishes inspired by attendees Liza Shaw (Merigan Sub Shop), Tim Archuleta (Ichi Sushi), and Lauren Kiino (Red Dog) will all be on offer. Tickets are $145 per person and include food and beer.

On Tuesday January 26th, ~BON MARCHÉ~ is hosting a Feast of the French Flanders, curated by master cicerone Rich Higgins, featuring five courses of French cuisine and Flemish ales for $79 per person.

On Wednesday January 27th, Black Hammer Brewing and chef Mark Liberman are hosting a special event in the former TBD space, which will include a sneak peek of the space’s future. The special sneak peek includes beer from Black Hammer, including some completely new brews, as well as lots of small bites to try.

There are tons of beer events happening the whole week, on all sides of the bay. Be sure to check out the schedule here, and get ready for brewing madness. Event locations, times, and costs vary; see each event for details.

Event Info

Friday Jan 22, 2016 – Sunday Jan 31, 2016