Sunday, February 10th, 11:30am to 2:30pm - Beerunch
A beer and food pairing brunch featuring beers from MateVeza, Moonlight, Allagash, Magnolia, Cervecería de MateVeza, and other morning-friendly brews at Public House. Tickets are available for purchase at www.beerunch.com
Wednesday, February 13th, 4pm - Cellar to Remember
Our Cellar to Remember night will present the best of beer and Giants baseball together in one evening. An evening commemorating both of the San Francisco Giants' most recent World Series, with rare cellared beers from 2010 & 2012. The first 60 guests to purchase a beer will receive a free tour of AT&T ballpark. Beers include: 2010 SN 30th Fritz and Ken, Jack and Ken, SN Bigfoot, Hebrew Rejewvenator, FW Parabola, Avery Meph Addict, Stone Vertical Epic 10-10-10 w/ Oak, 2012 Allagash Fluxus, Allagash Barrel Aged Black, Deschutes Black Butte XXIV, FW DDBA, Ballast Point Sour Wench, Alaskan Smoked Porter, and Stone Vertical Epic 12-12-12. Admission is free.
Friday, February 15th, 4pm - Ballast Point Tap Takeover
Ballast Point is taking over the taps of Public House to pour their full line-up, along with limited and rare releases. Beers include: Victory at Sea "Regular", Rum Barrel Aged Nitro, Cask with Sour Cherries and Chocolate, Devil's Share with Whiskey Chips. Sculpin IPA "Regular", Nitro, and Habanero. Barrel Aged Piper Down and Black Marlin. Barmy Ale, Jalapeno Smokescreen Smoked Helles, Indra Kunindra, Big Eye w/ Ginger, Tongue Buckler IRA, Thai Chili Wahoo Wheat, Sour Wench, Navigator Dopplebock and Reef Rye. Admission is free.
Saturday, February 16th, 4pm - Band of Gypsies
The Band of Gypsies is a group seven brewers from all over the Bay Area. The brewers include Bison Organic Beer, Calicraft, Highwater Brewing, Lucky Hand, Oakland Brewing Company, Pacific Brew Labs, Triple Voodoo and Uncommon Brewers. Featuring their collaboration beer, The Belgian Tramp, along with many of their other specialties including Highwater Campfire Stout and Berliner Wiesse, and Pac Brew Lab Squid Ink and Imperial IPA. Admission is free.