SF Maritime Beer Festival: History and Hops on Hyde Street Pier | SF
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Hyde Street Pier | Hyde Street Pier, San Francisco, CA
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Thursday, February 12, 2015
SF Beer Week 2020 | February 7-16
SF Beer Week is the largest, most anticipated, and prestigious gathering of the Northern California craft beer community.
On Thursday, February 12th, come aboard the Eureka ferryboat for an evening of history and hops.
General admission includes unlimited beer tastings from some of the best craft brewers in the world, live entertainment from Sea Chantey performers, a DJ, and an historic waterfront beer memorabilia exhibit. Food provided by local vendors will be available for purchase.
SF Maritime Beer Festival
– Thursday, February 12, 2015 | 6:30-10 pm
– General Admission ticket includes unlimited beer tastings, entertainment, and admission to the Eureka Ferry Boat
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2015 SF Maritime Beer Festival
- A DJ with live music by Sea Chantey performers – Please note, unfortunately, the Oompa band had to cancel
- Historic waterfront beer memorabilia exhibit
- Admission to the Eureka Ferry Boat
- Proceeds go to the San Francisco Maritime National Park Association.
- Headlands Brewing Company, Mill Valley
- Magnolia Brewery, SF
- 21st Amendment Brewery, SF
- Drake’s Brewing Company, San Leandro
- Lagunitas Brewing Company, Petaluma
Food Truck Lineup
- Me So Hungry truck: Serving unique burgers and sliders
- El Paisa Taco Truck: Freshly made tacos, burritos and quesadillas
About the San Francisco Maritime Park Association
For more than 60 years, San Francisco Maritime National Park Association has worked to bring maritime history to life for visitors to the San Francisco Bay Area. Today, the Association supports San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park and independently operates the World War II submarine museum and memorial USS Pampanito. Each year, the Association’s unique Age of Sail education programs at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park serve more than 10,000 schoolchildren.