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3rd Annual Girl Scout Cookie & Beer Pairing

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February 10, 2019
12:00 PM - Until Close
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685 Folsom St
San Francisco, CA 94107
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Tickets / Reservation
$25-30

Ahh, the best time of year. SF Beer Week and… the start of Girl Scout Cookie season! To celebrate two of the greatest things in life, for the third year running, we’ve created a flight that pairs 4 awesome Bay Area beers with 4 of everyone’s favorite cookies.

And you’ll be drinking up for a good cause! Over $4 from every flight will go directly to the Girl Scouts of Northern California, whose mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

Must be 21+ to attend.

4 beers, 4 cookies, $4 donation

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FEATURED BEERS

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BREW TANG CRAN

Bare Bottle Brewing Co.

CRANBERRY TANGERINE KETTLE SOUR

4.2% ABV

Brew Tang Cran ain’t nothing ta funk with. Classic fruited kettle sour featuring Grapefruit, Tangerine, Orange Peel, and a splash of cranberry.



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GOT SPICE...GIRL

Black Hammer Brewing

PEACH JALAPEÑO BELGIAN BLONDE

7% ABV


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BLUR IN STEREO

Fieldwork Brewing Co

IPA

7% ABV

With blur in its name and its appearance this juice monster balances a hefty mouthfeel and a ghost-like bitterness to compliment the hop notes of ruby red grapefruit zest, muscat wine grapes, gooseberries, and white gummy bears. With a flavor profile that drips new school hops and a super juicy mouthfeel Blur in Stereo is an IPA that is an experience upon itself.



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HOT CHOCOLATE

Fieldwork Brewing Co

MEXICAN EXPORT STOUT

6.8% ABV

Hot Chocolate is an ode to the beauty that is Mexican Hot Chocolate. With a base beer consisting of a softly bittered Foreign Export Stout we then added copious amounts of Chocolate, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cayenne Pepper, Milk Sugar, and Ancho Chilies. All of these flavors and spice character are backed up by a huge creamy body; however the restrained sweetness and spicy heat helps retain its drinkable nature. The upfront cayenne-induced heat is assertive, but quickly dissipates to the big milk chocolate character that had previously dominated the nose. All of these Abuelita-inspired flavors meld elegantly, ending with rich cinnamon notes and hints of smoke provided by the Ancho Chilies. Whether you are trying to keep warm on a crisp night in the Bay Area, or hoping to sweat out the night before, Hot Chocolate satisfies both all while being as rich and pleasurable as a mug of Champurrado.



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