Ethiopian Dry Process Guji Dabo. The first bean we really fell in love with. Grown on the Dabo farm in the Guji region of Ethiopia, dried in the sun before processing, this roast features aromas of blackberries, blueberries with a slight acidic twinge, however, the roast level backs up the brightness with a well balanced caramel & chocolate note.
Flor de Maya
Guatemala Santa Barbara Flor de Maya. Larger bodied, lower acidity. Lots of milk chocolate and salted caramel, with a smooth, viscous finish
We all love coffee. We make it for ourselves in the brewery each morning, so we felt it was only natural for us to share what we love drinking. One of our owners, Lester, has been an avid coffee fan for as long he’s been drinking beer. He also loves making things. So a couple of years ago, he started roasting his own coffee at home. He’s been working on his coffee craft, roasting beans from around the world, to find a unique and flavorful combination of country origin and roast level. We roast our own coffee - test batches at Lester’s house in Oakland and larger batches at the Co-Roast coffee facility in Berkeley, with our friend Christian (Noe Valley Coffee). We pour each cup to order, making sure that it’s as fresh as the beer that we brew. Check out our new coffee service hours below.
Our rotating list of local tasty food trucks. Pairs well with beer. Trust us, we’ve tried them.
Features three local artist Bryan Arrieta, Jerry Beitzell and Mark Anthony Lozano. Gallery focused on the streets of San Francisco and how we view it.
What better way to spend a Tuesday night than with a pint & a little drone racing?
Dave and the boys are back, smooth jazz on a Thursday.
Stop on by for a couple pints and a couple laughs!
Monday: 3pm - 10pm
Tuesday: 3pm - 10pm
Wednesday: 3pm - 10pm
Thursday: 3pm - 10pm
Friday: 10am - 11pm
Saturday: 10am - 11pm
Sunday 10am - 9pm
Yes, Well behaved kids are allowed everyday until 7:30pm. After 7:30pm, we are adults only. Parents must accompany their children at ALL times. We also cannot accommodate parties for kids.
Yes, Friendly furry companies are allowed. We love doggies, but they must be on a leash at ALL times
Yes, we have a non-alcoholic kombucha & ginger-hibiscus soda that we make in-house. We also have Diet Coke, Coke, Hansens all natural sodas, and sparkling water.
Absolutely! Each flight comes with 4 - 5oz tasters. Cheers!
NO! Our license doesn’t allow outside alcohol.
Yes, feel free to bring your own food. We also have a rotating lineup of local food trucks onsite. See our food truck calendar.
Yes, we offer growlers & crowlers (32oz cans) filled to order. We fill any growler, although any logos must be covered with tape. We ONLY fill clean growlers.
Yes, absolutely! We are honored to have worked with many local community organizations. Please fill out our Donation Request form to get started.
Yes! We sure do. Gift cards are available at the taproom or online.
Great question, we are located at 1525 Cortland Ave, SF, CA, 94110
um… YES! DO we have games? Try this, we have Killer Queen one of only 4 publicly available consoles in SF. Only 69 have ever been produced. We also have shuffle board, ping pong, table soccar, pinball and arcade style games.
Sure thing, our number is 415-291-2404 .
Santa Clara will be our first satellite tap room! We’ll have beer, food, events, and more!
Perfect for birthday parties and family gatherings, etc. Accomadates approximately 6-10 people. Reserve a table in the main taproom, mezzanine, or back warehouse
Comfortably fits up to 40 people. Ideal for more private events, such as engagement parties and company team building trips.
A stunning setting next to our brewing equipment, this unique lounge space is perfect for groups up to 15-20.
Suitable for large groups, up to 100 people. Immersed amongst the brewing equipment, the north warehouse is the perfect spot for company parties.
We can handle everything from a small birthday party to a large corporate offsite in our huge brewery. With multiple spaces available (tables, front lounge, north warehouse or the entire brewery), just let us know what you’re looking for! Due to increased demand, we will no longer be able to accommodate all requests, although we are working diligently to ensure you have a great experience at Barebottle.
Additionally, we ask that children must be supervised at all times and please be considerate of other patrons. Unfortunately, we do NOT host parties for kids. Lastly, balloons, confetti and other messy decorations are not allowed in the taproom. Thank you for your understanding.
No kids allowed after 8pm, everyday. No kid parties allowed.
Any non-profit organizations and/or school related inquiries please email: email@example.com
Please fill out the form to find out more information about using the brewery for your private event.
Learning to brew beer is among the most important survival skills one can acquire! Join us for a 1.5 hour class at Barebottle Brewing Company where you're learn how to make high quality beer at home, and have some fun along the way. The class is taught by Chris Thompson, a competition-winning homebrewer and Certified Beer Judge
Over many years of entering and judging beer competitions, we noticed a simple, but largely unrecognized insight: some of the best, most innovative beers in America are being brewed by homebrewers. In almost every competition we judged, the award-winning homebrewed beers were more inventive and daring than the majority of commercially available beers on the market. That insight, along with an enduring passion for the craft of beer making, led us to create Barebottle, a San Francisco crowd-inspired craft brewery.
Barebottle Brewing Company was co-founded by Lester Koga, Michael Seitz, and Ben Sterling, three friends and former classmates at Cornell Business School in Ithaca, NY. After moving from Ithaca to the Bay Area in 2007, the three began homebrewing, became certified beer judges, and began winning medals at homebrewing competitions. Barebottle brews innovative beers inspired by the San Francisco Bay Area using local ingredients wherever possible, and partners with local homebrewing groups to develop new beers using a competitive method.
Barebottle is located at 1525 Cortland Ave San Francisco, CA 94110.
1. Use the things that inspire us every day from the Bay Area as the foundation for each new beer we make.
2. Inspire our merry band of super talented brewing comrades ( head brewer, the founders, and the Bay Areas best homebrewers) to create new beers.
3. Just like in regular competitions, we pilot brew a select group of beer finalists and ask the public to vote for their favorite. may the best beer always win.
We believe this approach will lead to some amazing beers, we hope you are eager to help us try some of them.
Just brewed up a good batch of homebrew and want to share? Just wanna say hello? What ever the reason, we love getting mail. Fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you shortly.
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