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Speakeasy Brewery Cracks Open "The Tap Room" This Fall

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Taken outside Speakeasy Ales & Lagers in Bayview.
Taken outside Speakeasy Ales & Lagers in Bayview.
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The Speakeasy Ales & Lagers brewery in Bayview has been killing it at the weekly Friday and Saturday happy hours—so much so, that they are going to open a full-time tap room and retail space on-site this fall, and they've already enlisted San Francisco's "doyenne of Do-It-Yourself"/Indie Mart founder Kelly Malone to build out an "intimate, basement speakeasy (obviously) inspired space."

Word from our trust-worthy anonymous tipster is that it will be a tasting room format, with ten beers on tap and one cask. Everything will be available in 4 oz. pours and flights. Limited bar snacks will include the very-chic-now 4505 Meats' chicharrones.

How big is the space? It will seat about 25 to 30 in a smallish private room. Merchandise and growlers will be available for purchase, and there will be daily tours once the tap room is fully up-and-running. The name is still not finalized, but will likely be something like The Speakeasy Tap Room.

· All Speakeasy Brewery Coverage [~ ESF ~]

Speakeasy Ales & Lagers

1195 Evans Ave, San Francisco, CA

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