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'Drink SF,' A Free Shuttle Tour Of Local Breweries, Launches In Lower Haight Tonight

If your love of beer extends beyond the glass and into the brewing process, then tonight's launch of Drink SF, a guided shuttle tour, may interest you. The San Francisco Brewers Guild is behind the unique multi-destination evening, which will guide drinkers to various breweries in Lower Haight and the Inner Sunset for a behind-the-scenes peek at their brewing processes.

Tonight's tour will kick off at Lower Haight brewpub Black Sands, which will offer some special rare releases. They include Oil as Embers, a coffee milk stout with cocoa nibs served on nitro, and Midnight Rye, a black rye ale with chocolate added. A Ghost Town Brewing collaboration red ale will also be on offer, as well as Smash IPA. 

Starting at 7pm, a free shuttle service will offer beer fans a hop-on, hop-off tour of local breweries. The Brewers Guild is calling this route the Haight / Sunset Line, with stops at Magnolia BrewpubBarrel Head BrewhouseSunset Reservoir Brewing Company and Social Kitchen & BreweryThree free shuttles will run along the route from 7-11:35pm. 

If you can't make tonight's inaugural shuttle ride, never fear—there are a bunch of other tours coming up. The next event will be held on April 20th, when the Mission / Dolores / Bernal Line shuttle will take visitors to three more breweries (Old Bus Tavern, Woods Cervecería, and Southpaw BBQ) and to Rosamunde Sausage Grill for a SF Brewer's Guild tap takeover.


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