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Anchor Sets Return of Drink Steam Week

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TASTE News Service, August 2, 2018 – For the fourth year in a row, Anchor Brewing Company will celebrate America’s first handcrafted beer, Anchor Steam Beer, with the return of Drink Steam Week taking place August 12-19, 2018.

Back in 2015, the Mayor of San Francisco proclaimed the third week of August to be Drink Steam Week, celebrating Anchor’s revolutionary role in the American craft beer movement and continued commitment to brewing in San Francisco. This summer, Drink Steam Week will consist of celebrations across the country to honor Anchor’s profound 122-year history.

Anchor Steam can GG Bridge in background Picmonkeyphoto by Erin Conger

“Drink Steam Week is a nationwide tribute to Anchor’s flagship and the pioneer of the American craft beer movement, Anchor Steam,” said Anchor Brewing Company CEO and President Matt Davenport. “Founded in 1896, Anchor has held steadfast to its traditional brewing techniques and high quality standards, including the unique process of open fermentation, using whole-cone hops, and brewing in a manually-operated, classic copper brewhouse. Anchor Steam Beer is the foundation of both Anchor Brewing and the craft beer movement, and that’s a legacy we can come together to celebrate.”

Although Drink Steam Week originated in San Francisco, beer fans can join the festivities from coast-to-coast with more cities and regions participating than ever before.

While festivities span the country, Anchor will also be celebrating where it all started—the brewery. Beer fans are encouraged to join a brewery tour and tasting to get a glimpse at centuries-old craft brewing traditions, a bit of San Francisco history, and a generous tasting of select Anchor beers. Tours are available daily, reservations are required and can be made at www.anchorbrewing.com/brewery/tours.

Celebrations will also extend to Anchor Public Taps, the pilot brewery and bar located just across the street from the iconic brewery. As an exclusive offering to honor the heritage and legacy of Anchor Steam Beer, Unfiltered Steam Beer will be on tap for the duration of Drink Steam Week. It’s the Anchor Steam Beer fans know and love, but unfiltered. When asking an Anchor Brewer how they like to drink Anchor Steam they’ll say, “straight from the cellar tanks.” This beer is Anchor extending that special experience to its fans.

Guests at all Drink Steam Week events are encouraged to grab an Anchor Steam and share the moment on social media by using #RaiseYourAnchor and #DrinkSteam. Anchor Brewing will be sharing the most interesting photos and videos from around the country on @anchorbrewing throughout the week. Below is a list of official Drink Steam Destinations around the country:

San Francisco

Café Du Nord, Four Deuces, Gold Cane, Grant & Green Saloon, Hotel Utah, Kilowatt, Mission Bowling Club, The Page, Vesuvio, Zeitgeist

Oakland

Kingfish Pub & Café, Make Westing, Somar Bar & Lounge, Telegraph Beer Garden, The Avenue

North Bay

Bar Bocce, BooKoo, Finnegan’s Marin Restaurant & Bar, Gestalt Haus

San Mateo

Alpine Beer Garden, Boulevard Café, New England Lobster Market & Eatery, Old Princeton Landing, Sam’s Chowder House

Sacramento

Café Du Nord, Four Deuces, Gold Cane, Grant & Green Saloon, Hotel Utah, Kilowatt, Mission Bowling Club, The Page, Vesuvio, Zeitgeist

Oakland

Kingfish Pub & Café, Make Westing, Somar Bar & Lounge, Telegraph Beer Garden, The Avenue

North Bay

Bar Bocce, BooKoo, Finnegan’s Marin Restaurant & Bar, Gestalt Haus

San Mateo

Alpine Beer Garden, Boulevard Café, New England Lobster Market & Eatery, Old Princeton Landing, Sam’s Chowder House

Sacramento

Beach Hut Deli, The Depot, Hilltop Tavern, Socals Tavern, Tank House BBQ & Bar

Los Angeles

Akbar, Brennan’s Pub, Diablo, Johnny’s Bar, Mohawk Bend, San Francisco Saloon

San Diego

Beach House Grill, Slater’s 50/50, Small Bar, Tower 23—JRDN, Waterbar

Reno

Docs Hollidays, Imperial Bar & Lounge, Mellow Fellow, Our Bar, The Eddy, The Stick

Seattle

74th Street Ale House, Columbia City Ale House, Double J Saloon, Henry’s Tavern, Hilltop Ale House, Treehouse Café

Chicago

Hopleaf Bar, Moody's Pub, Oyster Bah, Pacific Standard Time, Shaw's Crab House, Slightly Toasted

Atlanta

Rosati’s Pizza (Hoschton location), Rosati’s Pizza and Sports Pub (Cumming & Atlanta locations), W.H. Stiles Fish Camp

Florida

Casey’s Upper Deck, Celtic Ray, Kapow, Roque Pub, West End Trading Company

Virginia

Bottlecraft, Humboldt Steel Corporation (Portsmouth & Norfolk locations), No Frill Bar & Grill, Water Street Grille, Whole Foods Market—Oyster Point Pub

New York City

B Bar & Grill, Finnerty’s, Fresh Salt, Old Stanley’s

Long Island

Corks & Taps, Momo’s Sports Bar, Rudi’s Bar and Grill, Swiftway Beer

Boston

Coolidge Corner Clubhouse, Doyle’s Café, Eastern Standard

Cape Cod

Epic Oyster, JD’s Woodfire Grill, Impudent Oyster, Jailhouse Tavern, The Bog Pub

 

About Anchor Brewing Company

Anchor Brewing Company’s roots date back to the California Gold Rush making it one of America’s oldest breweries. Its Anchor Steam® Beer is San Francisco’s original since 1896. In 1965, Fritz Maytag acquired and revived the struggling brewery at a time when mass production of beer dominated and seemed unstoppable. Maytag started a revolution in beer that originated today’s craft beer movement. An undisputed icon, Anchor is America’s first craft brewery where beers are handmade in our traditional copper brewhouse from an all-malt mash. To learn more visit www.anchorbrewing.com.

 
 
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