Drench up the salty air, daylight and fantastic perspectives of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and the city and sound of San Francisco all while getting a charge out of nearby specialty brew on a WWII transport at a standout amongst the most essential and one of a kind celebrations on the planet. Blends on the Bay returns Saturday, October 13, for its fifteenth year on the S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien, a noteworthy World War II shipper marine ship docked at Pier 45.
Space is limited. You will be on a ship, all things considered, so don't hold up to get your tickets. It is delivered by the San Francisco Brewers Guild, this occasion is one of the Bay Area's most cozy lager celebrations - one the brewers themselves anticipate. Furthermore, neighborhood create brewers will be protesting in the streets, serving boundless pours of their most recent and most noteworthy IPAs, farmhouse beers, session lagers, barrel-matured sours, sultry stouts, and numerous different styles, with more than 70 lagers set to stream.
This is their fifteenth year on board the S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien, a notable milestone from the World War II Merchant Marine time dispatch, and properly, a segment of celebration continues benefits the National Liberty Ship Memorial. This 2018 portion of Brews on the Bay will be our best yet, so they trust you can go along with them.