Information provided by Bay Area Brewers Guild.
Breweries and beer businesses from Half Moon Bay to San Juan Bautista are hosting events to showcase their craft during San Francisco Beer Week from Feb. 1 through Feb. 10. Put together by the Bay Area Brewers Guild, SF Beer Week aims to highlight breweries and businesses across five regions including San Francisco, East Bay, North Bay, Silicon Valley and the Coast.
“I’m excited to be a member of a wide region of amazing brewers and to have the support of the Bay Area Brewers Guild in bringing beer lovers to my area,” says Fran Fitzharris, owner of Brewery Twenty Five.
According to a press release from the Bay Area Brewers Guild, "The coast region is rich with world class, award wining breweries and businesses that highlight craft beers. Driving beer related tourism to the coast region and shining a light on the rich culture of local breweries are the primary goals."
Breweries like Discretion Brewing, Shanty Shack Brewing, Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing, Brewery Twenty Five, Sante Adairius, Woodhouse Brewing and Elkhorn Slough Brewing and beer based businesses Lupulo Craft Beer House, Brew Cruz, Aptos Street BBQ, and Cremer House have will also be hosting events throughout the region.
For the complete list of events visit sfbeerweek.org
The Bay Area Brewers Guild, formed in 2004 as the San Francisco Brewers Guild, is a nonprofit trade association representing the region’s independent craft breweries. Our mission is to preserve the Greater Bay Area’s brewing heritage; advocate on behalf of members; partner with artisan producers in the food, beverage, hospitality and agricultural industries; educate the greater public; and unite those who make local beer with those who love it.
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