Yes, however reservations are required to tour the brewery. You can also visit the Anchor Beer Garden, located just south of AT&T Park in SF, for pints, flights, growlers, merchandise, and food.
Tour and reservation information can be found in the Tours section of our site. Perhaps that’s why they’re often booked up to 6 months in advance. Every Thursday and Friday at pm an educational beer tasting is led by a Certified Cicerone® and Anchor Tour Guide. Our craft beer can be found throughout the US, and around the globe.
When it comes to our beer, generally fresher is better.
We recommend you enjoy our IPAs and hop-forward brews within 120 days of bottling.
A three character code is now included on the new back label of the bottle."I knew that was the hallmark of an old bottle," Crouse said in an interview while taking a break from his job at a Halifax-area warehouse.Crouse later spotted a logo on the side of the cork, which can be seen through the side of the bottle's neck. Keith & Son Brewery," the previous name of the now famous Halifax-based Alexander Keith's brewing company, which opened in the early 1820s.For example, Dad's Beer, Bottled for 905 Liquor Stores, St. Here is an example for the state of Missouri,: The feds referred to the near beer produced during prohibition as Cereal Beverages. When you first arrived, you finally answered the question: “Why do I tick so many beers? Since your creation, I’ve drank my weight in the stuff, possibly many times over.Occasionally you run across a label with a U-type permit without the IRTP statement; an obvious error that the federal label examiner would be quick to jump on. Jody Farra & Phil Myers book The Post Prohibition Brewery Guide 1933-1983 lists the permit numbers that the Treasury Department has on file, but the file is incomplete.