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JUNE BEER FEATURE

Published on May 29, 2015 under Beer Dinner, Beer Feature, Promotions

PrintLooking for a delicious beer to enjoy all month long at a great price?  Lucky for you we are offering our entire lineup of 21st Amendment Brewery cans for $3.  That’s right, for the entire month of June, any time you come to CBG, you can enjoy any can of 21st Amendment for only $3.  We’ll even give you a CBG coozie to drink it out of; ensuring that each drink is as cold as the last.

It’s Summertime and prohibition is over, so come show your appreciation for the 21st Amendment.  And don’t forget to try the Hell or High Watermelon with our Fried Chicken Special.

 

ABOUT 21ST AMENDMENT BREWERY

In 2000, Nico Freccia and Shaun O’Sullivan founded the 21st Amendment Brewery in San Francisco’s historic South Park neighborhood. The popular brewpub is now at the heart of the new city center, just south of the financial district and only two blocks from the San Francisco Giants baseball park. In addition to eight rotating taps of multiple award-winning hand-crafted house beers, the pub has been voted “Best Brewpub”, “Best Burger” and “Best Happy Hour” by the San Francisco press.

Freccia and O’Sullivan met in early 1995 in San Francisco. Both had just moved from southern California to the Bay area when they heard the calling of beer. O’Sullivan, a former photographer and paralegal, “traded his suits for boots and was saved by beer”. He moved to Berkeley and took a job as assistant brewer at the Triple Rock Brewery there. Freccia, a writer, actor and, by extension, restaurant professional, was also an avid homebrewer. Frustrated with the lack of beer culture in the L.A. area, he moved to San Francisco and began writing for the Celebrator Beer News, the west’s largest beer publication. Freccia and O’Sullivan met, became friends and, while sitting together in a summer class on brewing science at UC Davis, hatched their plan for what would become the 21st Amendment.