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SF Beer Week: last call suggestions for Sunday

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The Celebrator Anniversary Party at Trumer signals the end of SF Beer Week. More barleywine at The Toronado and another beer brunch at Magnolia. Brewers Sunday Tea at 21A and a brewmaster’s lunch with Fifty-Fifty Brewing. Meet the brewer from Berryessa at Zeitgeist. And a Pliny tapping at Rosamunde, SF.

San Francisco

Brewers Sunday Tea
Beer sausages from Fatted Calf, made with a featured strong beer. Other strong beers from Bay Area breweries on hand.
When: 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Where: 21st Amendment, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: BART or MUNI

Blackout Sunday
Dark beers on tap include Bourbon Barrel Aged Allagash Black, Cellarmaker Kelly's Blackout Stout, Lost Abbey Serpent's Stout, Stone Smoked Porter with Vanilla Bean, Anderson Valley Bourbon Barrel Stout, Almanac Biere de Chocolat, Firestone Wookey Jack IPA, High Water Campfire Stout and more. The Pastry Monster will supply savory and sweet pie pockets.
When: 5-9 p.m.
Where: Church Key, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: MUNI

Pliny Tapping
Rosamunde on Mission will tap a limited supply of Pliny the Younger. Get there early.
When: 4-5 p.m.
Where: Rosamunde Sausage Grill, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: BART or MUNI

Meet the Brewer: Berryessa Brewing
6 Berryessa beers, including a cask ale. Possibly live music. Limited releases.
When: 4-10 p.m.
Where: Zeitgeist, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: MUNI

Smoked Beer Flights
Get your smoke on sampling a variety of different styles of smoked beers from Thirsty Bear, Magnolia, Beach Chalet, Stone and more.
When: 5-11:30 p.m.
Where: Southpaw BBQ, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: BART, MUNI

Remnants and Hangers On
Visit Public House at AT&T Park for the last drop of fun: a secret list of craft beers.
When: 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Where: Public House at AT&T Park, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: MUNI

The Ave Hot List
Hot sellers and personal favorites, with a focus on Sonoma County breweries like Cloverdale Ale, Third Street Aleworks and Dempsey’s. Also, a new beer from Pine Street Brewery in addition to beer from Rubicon, Lost Coast and St. Florian.
When: noon-midnight
Where: The Ave, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: MUNI

Kick the Kegs
Happy hour all day long as The Sycamore and The Willows tap leftovers from Beer Week. Last chance to get a glass or two of the rarest kegs at happy hour prices.
When: noon-midnight
Where: The Sycamore, SF and The Willows, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: BART or MUNI

Tap Takeover with 21A, Lagunitas and More
21st Amendment Almond Porter, Lagunitas Lucky 13, Cappuccino Stout, Hairy Eyeball, Brown Shugga, Pac Brew Labs, Pine Street Brewing, Speakeasy, plus the Band of Gypsies special SF Beer Week collaboration and lots more beer and breweries.
When: 3-10 p.m.
Where: Amsterdam Café
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: MUNI

Dogfish 120-Minute IPA
Noc Noc on Haight taps another keg of Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA.
When: 6 p.m.-1 a.m.
Where: Noc Noc, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: MUNI

Sierra Nevada Tap Takeover
16 taps from Sierra Nevada: Knightro Stout, Pale Ale, Torpedo IPA, Ruthless Rye , Kellerweise, Bigfoot Barley Wine, Ovila Quad w/ Plums, Celebration, Porter, Stout, Old Chico, Ovila Golden Ale, Weizenbock, Belgian Black IPA, French Saison, Two Headed Ruthless, Single Hop #291, Cask Conditioned Ruthless Rye
When: 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
Where: Steep Brew at Whole Foods Market, SF
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: MUNI

Peninsula/South Bay

Harry’s Hofbrau
All Barrel Aged All Day

Sours, stouts and strong ales will be on tap, rotating as kegs kick.
When: noon-11 p.m.
Where: Harry’s Hofbrau, Redwood City
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: Caltrain, designated driver

Annual IPA Day with the Younger and Black Label
28 IPAs, DIPAs and 3IPAs on draft all day. Tapping Pliny the Younger, plus Drake’s Black Label Hopocalypse, Boneyard and local IPAs. Check their Facebook page for details.
When: 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Where: Harry’s Hofbrau, San Jose
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: designated driver

Almanac Tap Takeover
Almanac takes over the taps at Ale Arsenal with Valley of the Heart's Delight, Sourdough Wild Ale, Brandy Barrel Peche, Bourbon Sour Porter, Golden Gate Gose, Chipotle Stout and Honey Saison.
When: 3 p.m.-midnight
Where: Ale Arsenal, San Carlos
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: Caltrain, designated driver

East Bay

26th Celebrator Anniversary Party
The traditional last call for Beer Week, held at Trumer Brauerei. More than 30 breweries plus a catered dinner. Celebrator writers, beer industry luminaries and pioneers in the craft beer movement.
When: 4-8 p.m.
Where: Trumer Brauerei, Berkeley
How much: $60
Best way to get there: BART and shuttle bus from North Berkeley Station

Brewmaster’s Luncheon and Eclipse Tasting
Barrel-aging pioneer Todd Ashman of Fifty-Fifty Brewing in Truckee will be the featured guest at this Brewmaster’s Luncheon, which will include a guided tasting through three iterations of Eclipse: Four Roses Bourbon Barrel, High West Bourbon Barrel and Java Coffee Bourbon Barrel Blend. Bavarian beer hall style luncheon served family style with the diner’s choice of Miso Hoppy IPA or Charles B. Brown American brown ale. After lunch, diners will sample 5 oz pours of the three bourbon barrel aged Eclipses, paired with Ocho chocolates. Pre-sale tickets available.
When: 1-4 p.m.
Where: Hog’s Apothecary, Oakland
How much: $50 for lunch and beer tasting
Best way to get there: designated driver

Lagunitas and Firestone Walker: SF Beer Week Finale
Lagunitas will be pouring their IPA, Fusion 20, and Imperial Stout. Firestone Walker will be pouring their Pivo, Sucaba, DBA, and Velvet Merlin.
When: 4-10 p.m,
Where: Portal, Oakland
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: BART, bus

Meet the Brewer with 101 North
End the day with the crew from 101 North and BBQ.
When: 2 p.m.-midnight
Where: Beer Revolution, Oakland
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: BART

Iron Springs and Line 51 Special Release
Iron Springs and Line 51 release their collaboration beer, “Bridge and Tunnel IPA.” Two other beers from each brewery also featured.
When: 3-7 p.m.
Where: Rosamunde Sausage Grill, Oakland
How much: pay as you go
Best way to get there: BART, bus

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