SF Beer Week: Friday Event Roundup

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If you're anything like us, you're thinking "TGISFBWF!" Thank God it's SF Beer Week Friday! It's time to start planning your grand finale. If you haven't already, you'll need to feign illness and ditch out on work. Just say that your liver is acting up (it's certainly about to). For today's romp, we've selected three staggered events in the city, all of which can be attended by the ambitious beer week partygoer.

See Also: SF Beer Week: Thursday Event Roundup
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Load up the Clipper Card, grab the T train and start your day early at Speakeasy:
Speakeasy's Beer Week Brewery Blowout
Where: Speakeasy Brewery, 1195 Evans, S.F.
When: Feb. 15, Noon to 9 p.m.
Cost: Pay per drink
What: Check out the brand new taproom while sampling 15 rare and limited release Speakeasy brews on draft. There will be three bars, live music, a homebrewing demo, and food trucks.

Next, head to Monk's Kettle to sample beers from a cult brewery that rarely sees the light of day outside of San Diego:
Automatic Brewing Company Visits The Monk's Kettle
Where: Monk's Kettle, 3141 16th St., S.F.
When: Feb. 15, 2 to 5:30 p.m.
Cost: Pay per drink
What: Meet Lee Chase of Automatic Brewing, who was the early head brewer at Stone Brewing and now owns two of San Diego's finest beer destinations, Blind Lady Alehouse and Tiger! Tiger!. Chase brews on a small 10-barrel system tucked away behind Blind Lady. Drafts include White Riot, Quadracycle, Blactagon, and White Riot on coffee.

Finish strong at Public House with one of the best selections of Ballast Point brews we've ever seen in the Bay Area:
Ballast Point Tap Takeover
Where: Public House, 24 Willie Mays Plaza, S.F.
When: Feb. 15, 4 to 10 p.m.
Cost: Pay per drink
What: Gobs of limited and rare releases. Highlights include barrel-aged Piper Down Scottish ale, Sculpin IPA three ways (regular, on nitro tap, and with habaƱero peppers), and Victory at Sea Coffee Vanilla Imperial Porter served four ways (regular, rum barrel-aged on nitro tap, in cask with sour cherries and chocolate, and with Devil's Share whiskey oak chips).

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