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ThirstyBear is the first & only Certified Organic brewery in San Francisco!! Pairing Spanish cuisine of Tapas & Paellas with hand-crafted organic beer, sangria, Spanish & California wines, & full bar with premium spirits. ThirstyBear serves only sustainable harvested seafood; all natural meats free of growth hormones & synthetic additives; and local organic seasonal produce. ThirstyBear recycles all paper, glass, aluminum & plastic. We compost all organic matter; we recycle our cooking oil into biodiesel. Our menu paper is post consumer recyled; our to-go containers are recylable & or compostable. We use energy efficient lighting, heating, cooling & conserve water in the brewery & restaurant. Feel Great about what you eat & drink here!! We're an establishment that cares about your health & our environment!! Support your local Organic Brewery!!
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Primary Phone: (415) 975-0804

Phone: (415) 974-0955

Phone: (415) 974-5624

Primary Phone: (415) 974-0955

Phone: (415) 975-0804

Fax: (415) 974-0955

Payment method
cash, travelers checks, all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
Southeast San Francisco, South of Market
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Categories
Beer Makers Equipment & Supplies, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Garage, Street

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Alcohol: Beer, Yes, Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average

Good For Groups: Yes

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Robin F.

11/09/2010

Overall
Great Place for a Beer

If you like beer, they have a great selection plus their own. Good place to get the gang together after work for some tapas and brew. They have a big room upstairs for company parties if you are looking for something casual and comfy.

Casi C

05/31/2010

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It's all about the I.P.A.

Howard street I.P.A. or Golden Vanilla? Definitely go with the I.P.A.!! The friend I went with has a sweeter tooth than I, so if you're like her then you will love the Vanilla. Next time I'm definitely going for the taster. It's hard to choose between all the tasty brews they have on tap! The tapas are tasty, but a bit on the small side! I know tapas are supposed to be small bites, but these were abnormally small, especially for the price! I saw other people with salads and hamburgers that looked amazing! I think that's what I will be getting next time.

vinsimmons

07/31/2009

Overall
Nice...

Good beer. Had the sampler and finished off with the Golden Vanilla. All the beers were good. THe golden ahd a very nice vanilla finish and was light and crisp to boot. The only downside of this brew pub is they don't serve food! Okay, they don't serve man food! I was real hungry and all we could get was tapas style dishes. Could have used a burger and fries. Wound up eating our "appetizers" and having to go to another brew pub to eat dinner. That was a tough trade off. Would go there again, but I'd eat first.

world_traveler

04/22/2009

Overall
Very popular!

This place is very popular and understandable so - they serve good tapas, very good sangria, and have a fun and casual environment. Great place to go out with friends. They also have a second floor; I've seen groups have events and parties there.

paul_f

03/17/2009

Overall
Good Beer

Good home made beers. The bar is lacking good bar food. Menu is tapa style so it is small portions and overpriced. Not enough good options to go with beer.

coog78

07/09/2008

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Good food, drinks

Nice spot for drinks and a snack. Ceviche was pretty tasty, though the small amount of flatbread was odd. Sangria was surprisingly really good, as we hesitantly ordered it instead of beer. Just wasn't in the mood for beer, but the fact that they brew on spot will ensure I order next time. Friendly waitress as well.

John3B

08/02/2007

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Overall
Worth the stop

Another great beer destination, close to downtown. IPA and Stout are especially good, and the food is excellent - different from the usual pub fare, but in a good way. Place can get really crowded after work, but we never had a problem finding a seat at the bar, or being seated by the hostess. Friendly, prompt service. Watch out for your credit card receipt though, they still have a machine that prints out your whole number!

nomadslime

04/16/2007

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good beer, good scene, eh tapas

Generally a good happy hour bar. The beer is fresh and always a good pour, but it gets packed pretty easily even when it's not full. This is due to poor traffic layout in what is otherwise a huge space. I'm not big on tapas, but their selection is big, so I can usually find something I like. It's in a good SOMA location for the happy hour crowds, so it's particularly great on Thursday nights. Just don't expect a seat

marcuslav

04/02/2007

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Overall
vanillalicious

I really like the Golden vanilla beer they got at this place it taste great. You can also try the calamari and the sour dough bread with the olive oil.

onibean

04/01/2007

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Overall
Make sure to ask for Sarah!

I went to the Thirsty Bear for the first time the other night and had a great time. We sat in the bar area for drinks and appetizers. Our server was Sarah and we had so much fun with her! She made some great recommendations about food and beer. I had the lamb empanadas and they were to die for. I would definitely go back and ask for her!

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