The history of brewing beer in San Francisco dates back to the mid-1800s. The Gold Rush spurred the creation of hundreds of bars to quench the thirst of hard-working gold miners. The infamous earthqua...
ke of 1906 laid waste to many of the breweries, and later, prohibition took care of the remaining establishments.
It was the re-emergence of Anchor Brewing in 1965 and Albion in 1975 that put San Francisco back on the brewing map. In 2004, the San Francisco Brewers Guild was formed to educate the public about craft beer, promote the industry within city government and organize events like the popular SF Beer Week.
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