Super small, very quaint spot with a decent tap list and a solid bottle selection as well. Burger was a little above average. Service was much to be desired. Waitress was a bit smug. Just didnít see what everyone else does in this place.
Visited the 7th February 2015 for the United Sour of America - The place is easy to access between the metro and the bart (16th Mission). Very smart place, great ambiance and clean. The selection is really amazing you can find all you want from the best breweries of the world, but take care to check the price before. Some beers are too expensive. The service is professional, food is available but I didnít try it. A good place where the beers are at the best.
Visited with Linh. $5 uber from Toronado. Dark mahogany wood bar with nice new age feel. Small kitchen behind additional seating. Clean bathroom. The place really maximizes the space potential. Friendly staff. Food tbd. Really nice draft list - when we visited included: Lost abbey BB Angel Share, Lagunitas, prairie, and the other standard California offerings. Really solid place.
Other than being expensive this place is pretty awesome. Great beer selection, cool staff to talk to that didnít come off as pretentious, and the food though rustic was very tasty. Itís a little tight inside but outside tables are available, and the place is opened up wide in the warm weather. This is a must visit for anyone visiting San Fran with beer on the brain.
Cool little spot on the Mission District of the City. Stopped by on a Monday afternoon, a perfect time, not to crowded, parking outside. Fantastic draft and bottle selection, and the food looked good. They had Pliny on tap, which is always a good sign.
Visited here a few times over the years, but never rated it for some reason. Itís located in the Mission District with lots of ístuffí happening all around. Fun area. Inside is very small but cozy with kind of a cross between British pub and Belgian beer bar ambiance. The servers were friendly and knowledgable. The selection of beers is always good with some of the more regular locals and a few interesting things. I got a Cascade Gingersnaps sour that was one of my favorite beers this year. Other stuff from Craftsman, Moonlight etc. The prices were very high, but thatís to be expected in SF. Itís also very close to BART with other place ticís nearby. Someday Iíll have to try the food.
Visited on a Saturday evening during SF Beer Week 2014. The place was packed, but we were lucky to have some seats at the bar.
During our visit they had only American sours on tap and in bottles, who could dismiss that? Nice service despite a full bar and restaurant.
I wonder how this place is during a normal Saturday?
For an Enropean no problem with the prices, cheaper than at home.
Would like to try the food next time, it looked really tasty.
kevinsenn (126) Waterloo, Ontario | January 13, 2014| Updated March 2, 2016
Nice place with a good tap selection and large high-quality bottle selection. Good food, friendly staff. Pretty good prices. Would return!
Edit: did return, and liked it even better the second time. Delicious food, and the tap selection was even better than the first time. Had some really good pale ales and sours.