Anchor Steam BeerDeep amber color. distinctive flavor. rich history. anchor steam beer owes its deep amber color, thick, creamy head, and rich, distinctive flavor to a brewing process like none other.
Liberty AleHoppy. well-balanced. revolutionary. the champagne-like bubbles, distinctive hop bouquet, and balanced character of liberty ale revives centuries-old ale brewing traditions that are now more relevant than ever. first introduced in 1975, liberty ale is brewed strictly according to traditional brewing methods, and uses only natural ingredients - pale malted barley, fresh whole-cone cascade hops and a special top-fermenting yeast, and water.
Anchor PorterIntimidating color. unexpected taste. welcome to american porter. with deep black color, a thick, creamy head, rich chocolate, toffee and coffee flavors, and full-bodied smoothness, anchor porter is the epitome of a handcrafted dark beer.
Old Foghorn AleAn english tradition revived in san francisco. the malty sweetness, fruitiness, unique hop aroma and high original gravity of old foghorn barleywine style ale is to beer much as port is to wine.
Anchor Small BeerThe original session beer. a unique low-alcohol brew reminiscent of an english bitter, with a light amber color and lots of hop character, anchor small beer is certainly not small on flavor.
Brekles BrownA balance of malt and hops. a blend of past and present. inspired by the all-malt brown ales in anchors brewing archives, brekles brown has a coppery brown color and unusual depth of flavor with hints of citrus which makes for richness and complexity without heaviness. the classic, all-malt, single-hop brown ale.
Anchor Bock BeerA traditional celebration of spring. with a modern kick. the dark satiny texture of anchor bock, with its rich hints of chocolate, caramel and roasted barley, is our interpretation of the strong german beers that signal the coming of spring.
Summer BeerCrisp and cool as a san francisco summer. the crisp, clean flavors of anchor summer beer are refreshingly light, a thirst-quenching american-style filtered wheat beer.
Humming AleBold. effervescent. defining character. this bold, frothy, effervescent ale, with hints of citrus, finds its name throughout english literature that might just as well describe its taste, its history, or just how it makes you feel.
Christmas Ale2012 anchor christmas ale. new tree. new recipe. same traditions. each year since 1975, anchor brewing creates a distinctive christmas ale, available from early november to mid-january. a rich, dark spiced ale, our secret recipe is different every yearas is the tree on the labelbut the intent remains the same: joy and celebration of the newness of life.
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Awesome spirit tasting. Learned lots about gin and whiskey.GooglePlace - March 2018
Good atmosphere, plenty of seating indoors and out, allow dogs, and friendly service. Oh! And they have free WiFi and food trucks outside. The only downside is that they close at 7pm every night. Great spot!GooglePlace - February 2018
The guided tour is worth it. They explain the process of brewing and the history behind each beer which is interesting. Afterwards, you’re able to taste about a dozen of the different beers that they have on tap also. In my opinion, the beer isn’t as good as other breweries but it’s still an SF experience that everyone should have at some point.GooglePlace - January 2018
Awesome beer, great bar keeps, and a really fun environment. Bring your own food or eat at the food trucks here. They have outdoor games like cornhole to play. Family friendly so bring your kids and pets! Really fun afternoon!GooglePlace - January 2018
This was an excellent tour and Jarrod was an excellent guide. Please change your policy to adults only. Since parents can't make this decision you'll have to. On my tour it was extremely disruptive with 8 kids under 8.GooglePlace - November 2017
Established in 1896, Anchor is the only brewery to still use the term steam beer. The tours are great-lots of info, history, and plenty to drink. You won't be sorry!Foursquare - March 2016
The only way to come in here is in a booked tour. Sadly, they don't have a taproom as other breweries, but they do have a new taproom/beer garden at The Yard at Mission Rock! It's lovely. :)Foursquare - October 2015
The tour is fun, delicious and free! Do it🍻Foursquare - January 2015
Pro tip: book a reservation for the brewery tour at least 2-3 months in advance. For $15, you get the tour and unlimited beer sampling at the end. Anchors up!Foursquare - December 2014
You need to register to a tour to visit the brewery!Foursquare - October 2014
At the end of the tour, everything is available on tapFoursquare - October 2014
Save room for the six pack you'll drink in the tasting roomFoursquare - October 2014
Men's Health Mag
You'll likely need a reservation for this tour. Book now if you’re planning a trip—they fill up 6 months in advance. Stick around for the endless samples of the seasonal California beers at the end.Foursquare - October 2014
Head over to the Anchor Brewing Company to try their Anchor Porter or Liberty Ale. The Brewery is known for kickstarting the craft beer movement in the US.Foursquare - June 2014
Fantastic brewery tour that concludes in Anchor's distinguished tasting room, where they're more than happy to pour their fine beers. They have some classy swag too!Foursquare - March 2014
John and Nick were so nice with us and the Anchor Steam is great !Foursquare - September 2013
For tour reservations: 415-863-8350, ext 0, Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm Pacific timeFoursquare - July 2013
Daniel KNOWS his stuff. It's scary. Scary GOOD!Foursquare - May 2013