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Haute Dogs and Beer at Craftsman and Wolves Will Blow Your Mind

Plus, coffee galore at CUESA, the launch of The Cocktail Chronicles and a beer tasting event in Russian Hill.

Craftsman and Wolves
Craftsman and Wolves

MISSION— For the month of July, Craftsman and Wolves is making all your dreams come true by adding beer to their lineup of insanely creative pastries and coffees. The brew is the result of a Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Beer Camp collaboration, in which Bay Area chefs created their very own beer. Craftsman and Wolves' pastry chef Angela Pinkerton was part of the crew to create "Kitchen Sync," a citrusy pale ale made  with lemon, orange and peppercorns. They'll be pouring it every weekend in July, and pairing it with their Haute Dog, a beef dog baked in a mustard-seed croissant, topped with grainy mustard and salt-and-vinegar chips. A pint will go for $5, while the beer/dog combo will be $11. [EaterWire]

SOMA— Stop by Bar Agricole to try cocktails from The Cocktail Chronicles, a new book from executive editor of Imbibe, Paul Clarke. The book includes a collection of modern drinks that are easy enough for the home mixologist, including some concoctions from Bar Agricole's Thad Vogler and Comstock Saloon's Jonny Raglin. The event takes place Monday, July 6 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at Bar Agricole. [EaterWire]

EMBARCADERO— Though Blue Bottle may have bowed out of the Ferry Plaza Farmer's Market, there won't be a shortage of caffeination anytime soon. Highwire coffee has signed on for the Saturday market (starting July4), while Four Barrel Coffee is bringing the buzz to the Thursday market (starting July 9). Sightglass will join the party on both Saturdays and Tuesdays. [EaterWire]

RUSSIAN HILL— The Russian Hill Beer Society is hosting an inaugural beer tasting, featuring beers from Almanac, Fort Point and Triple Voodoo. The brewers will be on hand to talk about their favorite beers, and a taco truck will be in attendance for obvious reasons (tacos are delicious). The event takes place Thursday, July 9 from 6 p.m.-9 p.m.; tickets available here. [EaterWire]