Social Kitchen & Brewery in San Francisco, where the brut IPA trend started in 2018, closed with little warning over the past weekend. Read More
Social Kitchen & Brewery
Social Kitchen & Brewery is the Sunset’s destination for locally brewed craft beer in San Francisco. Social offers contemporary comfort food, inventive cocktails, and a wide variety of craft beers. Social is located just a few blocks from Golden Gate Park in the lively neighborhood of the Inner Sunset. In 2015 and 2017, Social brought home the Gold Medal at the Great American Beer Festival for “Mr. Kite’s Pale Ale” in the Classic English Pale Ale Category.
Meet Our Brewmaster Kim Sturdavant
Award Winning Brewmaster Kim Sturdavant enjoys using a combination of ingredients from all over the world creating beer that is both approachable and unique. At Social he focuses on brewing English and California inspired ales, an array of Belgian styles, American and German style lagers, as well as experimental styles utilizing barrel aging, sour mashing, wild yeast, and other techniques. His love of complexity and intricacy in flavor make all of Social’s beers stellar for food pairing. Striving to make beer that leaves it up to you whether to ponder the details or simply enjoy without pretension, his favorites are the ones you drink with friends on any occasion.
Social Kitchen & Brewery is an independent craft brewer.
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