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Rogue Ales Public House

Map & Directions 673 Union
San Francisco, CA 94133
FLAG
 
415-362-7880
  • Brewery
  • Sun, Fri-Sat 12pm-2am, Mon-Thu 12pm-12am
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining

Description

SF Weekly's Description

Oregon-based Rogue's local watering hole offers as many as 18 house beers plus a handful of guest taps. This is a prime location for drinking in North Beach if you don't want to feel like you're drinking in North Beach. The vibe is laid-back, although the beer can be spendy, with pints costing a cool $6 (even during happy hour). There's also a full liquor bar where you can try some interesting drinks such as the Bloody Mary with bacon. Rogue serves basic pub grub, too - also with bacon.

 
Member Reviews

  • on 05/29/13
    1

    I visited Rogue Ales Public House during my trip to San Francisco in March. I love their brews but their facility is disgusting. Tables are sticky with God knows what, food is cold and lacks flavor, the floors and restrooms were just filthy. How does this place stay open? To say the least visiting the Rogue Ales Public House totally changed my opinion of Rogue Ales.

    MC
    Athens, Georgia

  • rayrauch
    rayrauch wrote a review for Rogue Ales Public House
    on 05/16/12
    4

    Every Rogue Ale or Beer you ever wanted to try. Plus a happy hour!
    Watch your fav. sport plus a beer Garden in back.

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Tips from foursquare

  • David I. on 05/22/09

    drink beer

  • Matt N. on 04/21/09

    Try the Hazelnut Brown Ale

  • Dan E. on 06/21/09

    chocolate stout

  • Karl F. on 01/16/11

    Pro tip: The beer is good, but don't eat here if you can help it...

  • Rick T. on 10/24/11

    The trivia night on Thursdays is off the hook!!!

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