Anchor Brewing Company

Brewery, Factory
1705 Mariposa St (at De Haro St)
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 863-8350
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
11:00am - 4:00pm
11:00am - 4:00pm



  • People who have the courage and creativity to start a small business are the vitality of this country--Anchor Brewing is Making it in America and gives a great tour!
  • In addition to Anchor's beer, try the hard stuff - they make Junipero Gin and Old Potrero Whiskey!
  • Pro tip: book a reservation for the brewery tour at least 2-3 months in advance. For $15, you get the tour and unlimited beer sampling at the end. Anchors up!
  • At the end of the tour, everything is available on tap
  • Save room for the six pack you'll drink in the tasting room
  • You'll likely need a reservation for this tour. Book now if youre planning a tripthey fill up 6 months in advance. Stick around for the endless samples of the seasonal California beers at the end.
  • Head over to the Anchor Brewing Company to try their Anchor Porter or Liberty Ale. The Brewery is known for kickstarting the craft beer movement in the US.
  • John and Nick were so nice with us and the Anchor Steam is great !
  • For tour reservations: 415-863-8350, ext 0, Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm Pacific time
  • Fantastic brewery tour that concludes in Anchor's distinguished tasting room, where they're more than happy to pour their fine beers. They have some classy swag too!
  • Daniel KNOWS his stuff. It's scary. Scary GOOD!
  • Try out the the California Lager, nice beah
  • As far as brewery tours go, this is one of my favorite. Have to book several weeks in advance (and do a weekday) but hey a day off to be with beer is a day well spent.
  • SF Weeklys Best Of 2012 Winner Editorial Pick Best Daytime Drinking Option. For anyone whose first exposure to the inside of a brewery was a mammoth Budweiser plant and a sample of fizzy...
  • Why read about history when you can experience it and even drink it! The tour is a "must do". Cheers!
  • Try and get to go on a brewery tour. This has to be the leading must-see brewery in The States!
  • One of the best brewery tours I've been on. Definitely worthwhile.
  • Established in 1896, Anchor is the only brewery to still use the term steam beer. The tours are great-lots of info, history, and plenty to drink. You won't be sorry!
  • The only way to come in here is in a booked tour. Sadly, they don't have a taproom as other breweries, but they do have a new taproom/beer garden at The Yard at Mission Rock! It's lovely. :)
  • The tour is fun, delicious and free! Do it

Nearby places

496 De Haro (at Mariposa St)
1600 17th St (at Wisconsin St)
100 Connecticut St (at 17th St)