Speakeasy Ales And Lagers36 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 1195 Evans Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124, United States
- Timings: 01:00 pm - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4156423371
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Brewery, Adults
Founded on 1997, this brewing company has been making a killing thanks to its catchy beer branding. The drinks are named after references to the 1930s prohibition-era mobsters. For example, two of their most popular brands are Prohibition Ale and Big Daddy IPA. The company is ambitious, with plans to expand significantly. Meanwhile, check out their brew. It’s widely available in California now, but there’s just something better about having it from the source. The bar-style décor is retro and warm; the atmosphere is cheery.
How to Reach Speakeasy Ales And Lagers
- Buses 19 and 44 stop Evans Ave & Keith St
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Speakeasy Ales And Lagers Reviews & Ratings
Everything you'd think it would be. Brave coming to The Hood for the good suds. 94124 reppin! Those who know don't speak on it!
Lovely Taproom. Decent place for a cold pint during the day. Various brew styles. Not just a long list of IPAs. Fair price compared to many.
Brought our own food. Saw some cute dogs inside the brewery. Had some good beer. Nice time.
This place is awesome - a little outside of the center, but so cool and easy going.
This is a nice chill place, kinda out of the way but still good energy. Bartenders are friendly and knowledgeable. I like their food truck nights for introducing me to some unique food while enjoying great testing beer. Update/Edit: What a difference a few months makes. Had to knock down two stars here. We started to make this our after work Happy Hour go-to spot due to proximity to our offices. Not sure what happened at the taproom since my initial review, but those friendly interactions with the bartenders have gotten downright salty. One bartender was just plain rude and we decided to find another spot. We gave it another shot a couple weeks ago, because we really liked the place and figured it could just have been a bad day for the guy. Different bartender, not as rude, but I definitely didn't feel welcome. I still like the brews and will continue to purchase at the store, but I won't be returning to the taproom any time soon unfortunately.