Fort Point Ferry Building
Fort Point came onto the SF beer scene in 2014 and found instant popularity. The secret to its success is its approachability. It’s kind of like that kid in high school who is genuinely nice to everyone—thoughtful, balanced, and easy to be around. The main brewery is in a historic Crissy Field building that was once used as an Army motor pool but isn’t allowed to serve the public. But you can still enjoy the beer at Fort Point’s flagship beer hall in the Mission which comes equipped with tons of seating, including dog-friendly outdoor tables; a food menu focused on SF-style seafood, like Dungeness Crab Rolls and Cioppino; and 20 taps, 10 of which are guest taps. Want a beer after your weekend farmers market shopping? There’s also a cozy Fort Point kiosk in the Ferry Building.