The full liquor license has not yet come through yet, though, so the hard-liquor drinks aren't available.
It's a buy-one-get-one-free deal.
It's $25 for a 90 minute loop between Beer Week destinations, and that includes three 10-ounce pours.
No doubt the city's craft cocktail movement still has legs to stagger on, but this whole speakeasy schtick is yesterday's news.
It's going to be a tough sell for bar owners.
There are now two at Jasper's, and one at Grand Cafe, with likely more on the way.
It's called Fernet-Vallet, and they use it like bitters around Mexico City.
It's a shandy made with Anchor Distilling's new hop vodka.
Also, Erick Castro's upcoming San Diego spot, Polite Provisions.
The price goes up on January 16.
Also, you might want to consider a season pass to these events.
This is gonna hurt ... your liver.
Also, Hi Lo BBQ reveals their cocktail list.
The beer taps at the bar at the Financial District Hilton just got some revision via certified cicerone and Social Kitchen brewmaster Rich Higgins...
First of all, why do you only by Champagne and sparky stuff when you're heading to a New Year's Eve party?
Owner Joan Verratti is the only female licensed distiller in the United States.
Rio Grande/Trick Dog's Josh Harris, for one, trolls estate sales.
The name and concept are still TBD.
They're taking over a corner market at Clement and 12th Avenue.