Mikkeller opening a bar in San Francisco

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(San Francisco, CA) – While the Mikkeller team has hinted at this for weeks, the official-ish announcement came on Wednesday: Mikkeller Bar SF will open later this year at 34 Mason Street in, you guessed it, San Francisco. You can look at a handful of construction photos on the bar’s Facebook page.

Specialty Beer Bar currently under construction is located on the ground floor of a 1907 Victorian building at 34 Mason Street San Francisco. While technically on the edge of the Tenderloin this establishment is conveniently located 1 block from Powell BART station and two blocks from Union Square.

We will feature 40 taps from the best breweries in the world, 2 cask handles, specialized bottle selection and exclusive house beers. All meticulously chosen, well cared for and properly served.

Our cellar will host a “sour room” where you will find the best Lambic and sour beer produced in the world.

We are building a full kitchen and will feature great food prepared to pair well with our beer.

It is our goal to create the finest Beer Bar in the world!

Meanwhile Mikkel’s brother, Jeppe of Evil Twin Brewing, is opening a bar in New York City called Tørst in March.


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  4. Terrible bar. Was really hoping to like this place, as I only get my Belgian beer fix once a year in Brussels. But the atmosphere is sterile — seriously food-courtish, the service is absent and worst of all, the beers are all served in the same little (.25L) chablis glasses without regard to type. Add to it that the prices are very high ($7.50 to $14.00 per glass) and the location is a little wanting.
    A real shame that this appears to be one of the only places to get Brasserie de la Senne beers, but I’m hoping Toronado will be coming through with those more regularly.

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