Jon Carpenter will oversee recipe development and production as the reinvented brewery seeks growth in the world of craft beer.
The big new brewery will operate in tandem with the Haight Street gastropub.
It was, yet again, a boozy good time. And we have photos.
He's been working hard with Lakefront Brewery on a recipe for Fernet Stout, and now it’s flowing through tap lines at Nicoletta Pizzeria and Osteria Morini.
We've rounded up some highlights from the huge and complicated schedule.
Expect a ton of really awesome beers, sandwiches and house-cured charcuterie.
The chef will make Ethiopian tacos with injera bread on a $140 menu coming from Govind Armstrong's kitchen.
The beer is dark, bitter, and best at breakfast time.
It's $25 for a 90 minute loop between Beer Week destinations, and that includes three 10-ounce pours.
For the first tapping, both beers will be offered at special low price.
So much for all that The City That Loves You Back business!
The Surly Goat owner predicts big things for what was once considered a "wasteland."
Owner Evan Clancy promises the $5 burgers will not come topped with fried eggs or foie gras.
One of the guys behind it worked at The Bruery in the OC.
Last year, the five-hour showcase of 40 curated brewers and Paso Robles restaurants sold out quickly.
The Long Beach brewpub will explore the range of dark ales in bottle and on tap.
The leatherneck owner is working on it, and also expanding across the country.
The bourbon barrel-aged Russian Imperial Stout is another well-coveted once-a-year release.
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With so many blessings from the beer gods, you'd think it was Beer Week.
It has cacao nibs in it.