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Our Brainstormer Pub Quiz is now sponsored by Anchor Brewing!

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Our Brainstormer Pub Quiz is now sponsored by Anchor Brewing!

Our regularly scheduled Brainstormer Pub quiz is now sponsored by Anchor Brewing! This means we will now have at least one special Anchor brew on and you will have the opportunity to win cool Anchor swag like beautiful logo pint glasses and more! Our Pub Quiz is held every Tuesday at 7:30 and is always free to play. See you there!

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This weeks Pub Quiz canceled

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This weeks Pub Quiz canceled

Our regularly scheduled Brainstormer Pub Quiz is cancelled for St. Patricks Day. But you should come in and celebrate with a pint green beer and  some tasty Corned beef and Cabbage!

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Chocolates and Trivia Tonight

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Chocolates and Trivia Tonight

Come play our pub quiz tonight and enjoy our special dessert! We are offering flights of our rarest beers paired with artisan chocolates from Oakland chocolatier Michael Mischer. A flight of four beers and four chocolates is $20, or try just the chocolates for $8 for four. Brainstormer trivia starts at 7:30 and is always free to play.

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Beer Release Party for Beer Revolution’s 5th Anniversary

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Beer Release Party for Beer Revolution’s 5th Anniversary

Wednesday 2/11, smack dab in the middle of S.F. beer week we will celebrate Beer Rev.’s 5th anniversary with the release of our collaboration; the Cinquieme Revolution; a Belgian style Dubbel. Come try it for only $3 a glass and enjoy live dirty roots and Americana from Doubting Thomas and the True Believers! NO COVER

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Brainstormer Beer Trivia and Anchor Tap Take Over

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Brainstormer Beer Trivia and Anchor Tap Take Over

Trivia night this week is going to be extra fun! For S.F. Beer Week the questions will be beer themed and it will be sponsored by Anchor Brewing. Which means extra cool prizes from Anchor Brewing as well as six of their most delicious brews on tap! This Tuesday 2/10 from 7:30-10:30pm.

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Valentine’s Day Beer And Chocolate Pairing

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Valentine’s Day Beer And Chocolate Pairing

Plans for Valentine’s Day? This is the perfect Valentine’s Day date and the sweetest way to end S.F. Beer Week; limited edition bourbon barrel aged beers, sour fruit beers and IPAs paired with locally made artisan chocolates from Michael Mischer. Saturday, February 14th 4pm-12am.

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Tap List for our upcoming PCB Tap Takeover for S.F. Beer Week

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Tap List for our upcoming PCB Tap Takeover for S.F. Beer Week

Here is a partial list of some of the beers we will be serving as part of PCB Tap Takeover this year:

Bourbon Barrel Aged Blue Whale, Imperial Red Ale aged 13 months in a Makers Mark barrel.

Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Oakland, Burton Ale aged 15 months in a Makers Mark barrel, our People’s Choice awards 1st place winner at our Holiday Beer Pairing last year.

Bourbon Barrel Aged Sour Cherry Mermaid’s Revenge, Belgian Triple with sour cherry aged 4 months in a Makers Mark barrel.

Bourbon Barrel Aged Leviathan, Imperial Stout aged 12 months in a Makers Mark barrel.

Blood Orange Gray Whale, Blood Orange Pale Ale.

Oakland Pride, Pomegranate Belgian style Wit.

Neptune’s Nemesis, Belgian style Black Ale.

Revolutionary Dubbel, Belgian style Dubbel brewed for Beer Revolution’s 5th Anniversary.

Pacific Revolution, Coffee Imperial Stout also brewed for Beer Revolution.

Coast 66, AKA Paul and Dave’s Bogus Journey, Imperial Rye; a collaboration with Elevation 66.

 

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The 48th Annual Antiquarian Book Fair

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The 48th Annual Antiquarian Book Fair

Work up an appetite at the #CABookFair Feb 6-8 cabookfair.com at the Oakland Marriot. Bring a recipt from Pacific Coast Brewing and get $2 off at the fair!

“The Book Fair is all about bringing people closer to books by giving them a chance to browse, touch and even go home with items that they might imagine could only be found in a museum or special collections library”
– Michael R. Thompson, ABAA Member

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