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Thirsty Bear Brewing Company

Not Rated.
Thirsty Bear Brewing CompanyThirsty Bear Brewing Company
Based on:
19 Beers
325 Hads
Place Score: 86
Reviews: 59
Visits: 98
Avg: 3.8
pDev: n/a
Taps: --
Bottles: --
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

661 Howard Street
San Francisco, California, 94105
United States
phone: (415) 974-0905

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Photo of MightyCow9
2.25/5  rDev -40.8%
vibe: 3 | quality: 2 | service: 1 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5

I really expected more. We had trouble finding a seat, meaning it was crowded. But it was a Saturday. It was roughly 2:15 PM when we walked in. 2:30 when we sat down. 3:00 when we sat down. And about 3:45 PM when we got our beers. Many trips to find servers and people to help us met us with a big run around. We finally got our beers and the best was mediocre. An overly phenolic and young belgian wit, and an ESB that was bitter to the American style, although not advertised that way. All were too young and did not have anything special to offer. They had a cask offering, hand pulled, but we did not have an opportunity to order a second beer. We did finally get a nice and attentive server, but it was far too little and far too late. After an incredible experience at another beer stop earlier, this was made to seem like even more of a visit to the dentist.

I don't recommend this place, for anything but slightly better than average bar food. It has been rated better by others, but please enter at your own risk. There are much better places to visit in the Bay area or San Fran proper.

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Photo of BenHesk12
2.76/5  rDev -27.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 2.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3

This is your typical big city "brewpub" that is only kept in business because of its easy location for tourists to walk to. Here you will find expensive glasses of beer that taste like they were made by a first time homebrewer. I tried several different offerings and from a beer drinkers perspective Thirsty Bear is entirely forgettable. I went here because they have several TV's and I was watching a live sporting event with friends, however, I will not go back and cannot recommend this place to anyone unless you are in this area and are not willing to walk 10 minutes away to find somewhere better.

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Photo of klewis
2.95/5  rDev -22.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2 | selection: 3

We visited Thirsty Bear at about 4:00 on a weekday and sat at a table in the bar. After 10 minutes and no sign of someone to take care of us, I went to the bar and picked up our drinks. Five minutes later (15 min. after we've been seated by a hostess), our server finally shows up and warmly greets us, "Close your bar tab. This is my section." A hello might have been nice. Not appreciating her attitude, we decided to keep the bar tab open anyway, and I continued to get our drinks from the bartenders, who were much friendlier. Once the work rush came in around 5:00, the bar was a bit understaffed to handle the crowd, so expect to wait during peak hours. The beers were decent and were served in appropriate glassware. Besides for the service, it was a nice place to get a beer. Check it out if you're downtown, but don't make a special trip to go.

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Photo of jophish17
3.03/5  rDev -20.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 2.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | food: 4.25

Been here twice now. The first time was in September 2008, when the financial markets were on the verge of collapse. Fortunately, the world was in a better position as I visited this past February.

The location is prime for visitors - both beer nerds (a few blocks from 21st Amendment), business people (near the convention center) and tourists visiting the nearby Union Square. So I am surprised to see it with half of the reviews of 21st Amendment. The building is spacious - not really my thing - but the decor is a lot of brick and metals, which I do like. It almost seemed too big, though I can still remember the place being rather busy for Oracle OpenWorld in 08.

To start with, let's get one thing settled: those of use reviewing here are Beer Advocates, so we tend to really appreciate really good beer. That is not something you will get at Thirsty Bear. The beer here is uninteresting, and wholly below the local standards. Nothing on my sampler was good enough to order a pint of. However, it should be noted that none of the beers were offensive either - just very forgettable.

The food, on the other hand, we really enjoyed. This was a sort of in between brunch and lunch stop for us, so we spilt a couple of tapas plates which we enjoyed. I'd say the food menu was a bit off the beaten path from the standard brewpub menu of sandwiches and pizzas, so that was refreshing, even if the food wasn't breathtaking. Still, things like that keep girlfriends happy as you drag them from brewery to brewery.

This is not a spectacular brewery. It is not a charming bar. It is also not the best tapas bar in the world. However, all put together, I somehow left this place for a second time now thinking that I'll come back again next time I'm in SF. I always recommend this place as an outside-the-box destination for visitors to SF, and I'm not really sure why...

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Photo of DaPeculierDane
3.1/5  rDev -18.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 2.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5

I found a bit more class at the thirsty bear than I’m used to finding in the average brew pub. The stereo pumped Cole Porter era jazz, the tables were filled with well dressed businessmen in work attire, and the very idea of a Tapas Brew Pub seemed a touch upscale. Atmo was pleasing: high ceilings, good conversation space, large patio, multilevel, well separated bar/dining rooms, bright but well placed and uplifting lighting, etc… The food looked great but I didn’t try any. Service wasn’t very good. My bartender seemed to know the beer and answered my questions directly but didn’t offer any suggestions or elaborate much. He also seemed a bit annoyed that I was bothering him at all. He provided me with a couple of free samples (which should have been .$50 based on the menu) but did so as if it were a pother to him. Selection was mediocre. Aside from 10 or so house beers, the bar offered 3 Belgians in the bottle (Chimay and Lindeman’s). Quality was low. The Vaencia Wheat was a cloying disaster. The ESB was thick, heavy, and utterly unhopped. The only beer that I found at all pleasing was the Kozlov Stout on Nitro and that was just average. This place is low on my list of spots in the area but if you’re walking to 21st Amendment from the BART it’s right on the way so you might as well stop in and check it out. Maybe if you try some food you’ll like it more than I did.

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Photo of Clembo1957
3.25/5  rDev -14.5%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3

I arrived at The Thirsy Bear to be greeted by a deafening clattering noise, unfortunately i'd arrived on the Bars regular Flamenco night! fortunately the Flamenco was fairly brief and i could enjoy my beer again in relative peace. I sampled a couple of beers on my visit, Howard St IPA and Polar Bear, both of which were enjoyable.

The bar seemed to be largely food orientated and while the food wasn't bad the servers seemed to be in a hurry to serve us, clear the plates again and free the table for the next customer so my eating experience felt somewhat rushed. The beer wasn't bad but next time i think i'll avoid the Flamenco Dancers...

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Photo of francisweizen
3.35/5  rDev -11.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | food: 4

This place is pretty good. The atmosphere is slick with a long bar and many tables downstairs with some ppol tables and more seating upstairs as well. The nice 2 level warehouse/loft style suits this place nicely, although the clientele does tend to sway a little too yuppy for my liking. The quality of the food and the beer here is pretty good, but the year rounds beers can be a little boring and bland to this weather BA. Never-the-less some of the heavier winter seasonals and experimental beers turn out pretty darn good. The selection is usually pretty boring though, and this place is quite pricey...I will say that the service is great on some occasions and bad on others, so all in all i'll give it a 3 for service...as for the little plates (tapas)...they are all very good, but again pricey...a popular place with beer-lovers and non-beer lovers alike...and certainly worth a trip when you are in the SoMa district of downtown SF.

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Photo of ccrida
3.35/5  rDev -11.8%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 2.5

Big open space, modern loft style, exposed brick, modern art (right next to the MOMA in fact), lots of light. Really not the vibe I like in a brew pub, looks more like an upscale lounge.

Friendly, cute waitresses knew the ABV of the seasonal, even though it's not listed on menu. Very knowledgeable on the food menu, all the Spanish pronunciations, but I was a little disappointed to see it as all tapas, paella and flat bread being the only other items of substance. I got an order of flat bread for $10, it was fine, but I'd need like 5 more to make a meal of it, and wasn't try to spending $100 at a brew pub, so I decided to go somewhere else for dinner. I had 2 of their beers, both seasonals. The trippel wasn't that great, the bourbon barrel stout was better. r They had 7 regular taps as well. I talked to a local at 21st Amendment (where I later walked to for a real meal) and he didn't speak to highly of their house beers. Too foo-foo for me overall, mostly suits and pointy loafer crowd. At least they were playing classic rock, I think it was Santana (which would make sense with their Spanish theme). The sliders, also $10, were ridiculous, you got 4, the patty couldn't have been bigger then a quarter, maybe a poker chip, but probably not even that. Brewpub food for bulimics.

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Photo of jreitman
3.4/5  rDev -10.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 4

Went to Thirsty Bear the first time for a conference despite living 2 blocks away at one point. The atmosphere is very tailored too the professionals that work in the area... a little upscale and modern. I found it to be totally comfortable with a group of 10 people near the bar. The upstairs has a couple pool tables and darts. The beer I had was an IPA, unfortunately I didn't analyze it enough for a proper review, but I found it very tasty. Service was a bit uneven. The waitress we had was friendly enough but wasn't very responsive a couple times over the course of a couple hours.

Overall I would definitely go back if I was downtown.

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Photo of blgianbeer
3.43/5  rDev -9.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

The Thristy Bear is an interesting combination of brewpub and tapas restaurant. The tapas restaurants that I've visited in the past mainly focused on wine. The food was well done and reasonably priced. My wife and I shared four tapas courses and it was plenty of food. The manchego/crab brushetta was awesome.
We tried four beers. The Vanilla Ale was interesting. Aroma was good (I love vanilla) but the flavor was a bit off. I'd prefer vanilla flavoring from oak barrels as opposed to real vanilla. Both the Brown and Black Bear beers were superb. Very well balanced and drinkable. The IPA was also nice. This is a good stop for dinner with the spouse while visiting SF.

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Photo of hotglassmama
3.5/5  rDev -7.9%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 4.5

On vacation in San Francisco and using my phone's navigator to find a brewpub nearby, we landed at the Thirsty Bear. The first very pleasant surprise- everything they brew is organic! I was inclined to try the sampler, having never heard of their brews before. After trying the seven regular beers and a double sample of the seasonal brew, I settled on a Kozlov Stout. It was very tasty and quite nitrogenized. I was not as impressed with the Meyer E.S.B., which was good as a sample but proved too bitter for my taste after the Kozlov. Running short on time, we vowed to return the next day for dinner. On this second trip I stuck to the Kozlov, since it stood alone at the top of my list (after all, the Golden Vanilla sample just really didn't do it for me!). I ordered the house smoked baby back ribs with brown bear ale BBQ sauce and was quite pleased. They were fall off the bone tender and very tasty. The portion was just right and I felt satisfied with the value. Will I go there again next trip? Maybe, but only after I check Beer Advocate first to see what else is out there, a tactic that hadn't occured to me previously (thanks to the friends who pointed this strategy out).

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Photo of dgilks
3.5/5  rDev -7.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5

I tried out Thirsty Bear because I needed a place to waste a couple of hours before heading out for dinner. The interior is nice enough but a bit dark and loud for my preferences while the service was fairly good but nothing special. While all the beers were house made and their was a substantial range to choose from, I found many of them to be a bit similar and the quality was a tad disappointing. Overall though, prices were decent and the experience was okay. Good if you are in the area but I wouldn't search it out.

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Photo of koolchas
3.55/5  rDev -6.6%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 3

the thirsty bear basically caters to a more professional/corporate crowd. when there most people were in suit/ties.

overall, a nice place, but nothing to jump hoops for. they happened to be out of their vanilla beer, but their other beers i'd put as middle of the road. not terrible, but not great.

the food is "ok" as the party i was with just ordered appetizers. the flat bread was stand out with the other choices being so-so and their cerviche was not good at all i.m.h.o.

overall, if short on time and need a brew pub that is close to the bay bridge and if you have to select one that you have not been to before, drive up the street a bit and head over to 21st amendment.

thirsty bear is still worth at least a "one time" visit, but with other better choices s.f. has to offer i'll doubt i'll return when in the city.

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Photo of yemenmocha
3.6/5  rDev -5.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

Near 21st Amendment, so good for a two-fer. I like environments like this with the spacious layouts and high ceilings, as this reminds me of the way many brewpubs were in the 90's when craft breweries were called micros. Server was very nice, knowledgeable, and professional overall.

Selections on tap were more numerous than I expected but nothing spectacular in the way of styles. They were brewing that day I was there so there was a glorious aroma in the air. Didn't order food, so can't comment on that. Near the stadium if that's where you're headed. Prices seemed high but not too bad for San Francisco.

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Photo of argock
3.6/5  rDev -5.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4

The Thirsty Bear is an open-air brewpub which brews good but not great beers. The beers are developing, but they still require heavier malting overall. I tried their Polar Bear Pilsner and their Meyer's ESB (nitro-poured). Both beers suffered slightly from undermalting, and the pils was also underhopped. Their food is Americanized tapas, which is a good choice to pair with beers and probably provides them with a good profit margin although serving sizes were above-average for sharing among 5 people. The service was friendly but so-so on accuracy (in a group of 5 people our server made 3 mistakes in the beer orders alone). Their beer selection is quite good (8 different draft selections made on-site). The prices were also good -- $6 for 20oz draft, $4 for a 12oz draft, and the pours were full with proper head. The bill for 5 patrons with 5 tapas dishes and with some having 1 and some having 2 beers was about $125.
I liked Thirsty Bear but didn't love it.

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Photo of bboven
3.65/5  rDev -3.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

First place I went on my honeymoon and came back two more times. They have a pretty good variety of their own micro on tap and a really interesting concept of a menu focused on great tapas. They tap a new firkin of cask-conditioned ale on Tuesdays and serve it the right way. The second level of the building is more bar-like with a pool table and dartboards.

The food is fantastic though a bit pricey once you order enough for a meal. The micros are hit and miss; they seem to brew about half their beers to appeal to macro drinkers and the Stouts and IPA types are good but nothing outstanding. Definitely worth checking out especially on Tuesdays.

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Photo of PeprSprYoFace
3.7/5  rDev -2.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

This place is located pretty much at the heart of the city and is right accross from a fire station.

The atmosphere was kinda cool with pool and other games to play up stairs and the people that go there seem pretty cool as well.

The beer was just ok to me with nothing really sticking out. I had the sampler and tasted them all and nothing i thought was amazing. Seemed like it was all about average.

I your in the area i would give it a go but it wasnt anything special. If i lived near by i would go there often but i probably wont go back since i live in so cal. Suposidly they have cask beers on certain days but i didnt get to try them.

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Photo of axisjones
3.7/5  rDev -2.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

Thirst Bear is the "other" SOMA brewpub, 21st Amendment being its counterpart (I am not counting Gordon Biersch). This seems like the trendier and more upscale of the two.

Dim almost club like interior, really tall ceilings, very hip. A really long bar flanks an open dining room with a second floor coming up in the back. Worst placement of bathrooms ever, about 30 stairs up and around. The decor and vibe screamed yuppie, which i don't vibe as well with, it almost bordered on pretentious. The semi-exposed brewery was a site though, with the equipment coming up from below from behind the bar.

The service was okay, it was too crowded to even matter, tried to squeeze it at the bar, my friend had to stand for a while nearby.

I ordered the sampler (7 beers), all average to mediocre. Nothing really stood out and some choices were just weird. They seemed overly fond of using nitro taps on beer that was already somewhat weak. On the plus side, there were a lot of guest and house brews.

The food prices were more than I was willing to pay, so it was chevy's next door. I would go back if someone else was driving, otherwise this would be one of my last choices in the city.

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Photo of drewbage
3.75/5  rDev -1.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Last visit was during a foolish attempt to drink all 9 beers of the San Francisco Strong Beer Month in one night. (I did 8 of them for the record.)

The Thirsty Bear's concept has always been one of my favorites, but the execution has always left a little to be desired to me.

The menu concept is tapas (which gets translated by some as "yuppie chow") which to me is about as close to perfect for eating with groups over drinks. This is exactly why the Spanish invented this cuisine. Menu varies and has always been good.

The beer on the other hand has always varied. On this particular visit I had the Bearly Legal barleywine and the Winterbock. The winterbock was phenolic and the barleywine was fine, but still relatively lackluster.

The crowd here is my other problem here as the posing yuppies really do invade this place by nightfall. Hey, I like yuppie cusine, not yuppies.

Still a very nice place though.

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Photo of kdoc8
3.78/5  rDev -0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3

This was my final brewery to visit in San Francisco. It's located very conveniently and close to the whole Powell and Market area if you're a tourist or just want a beer before hitting the SF MOMA. It's large - several stories, and modern with lots of seating. The upstairs is cool - lots of bar games and pool tables. I could see how it would get crowded on a weekend evening, but it wasn't too crowded at lunchtime on a weekday. They were mainly a tapas restaurant, but I didn't have the patience for tapas that day so I just ordered a sandwich. It wasn't spectacular, but it also wasn't their speciality. They had a large selection of their beers on tap. It was priced quite reasonably for that area of town.

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Photo of baiser
3.83/5  rDev +0.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Quite a trendy place for a brewpub on Howard St between 2nd and 3rd. Wasn't expecting the type of food they served, which was spanish cuisine. I didn't think it went well with their beers, but nonetheless, I enjoyed a few of their hot tapas, which were priced $10 or less. Their main dishes were just under $20.

In terms of beer, they offered quite alot of their own brews. Many different styles and a range of tastes. I enjoyed their IPA and stout the most. They had 2 seasonals - a fruity beer called Hallucination and also a Dunkel weizen which was so-so. Every Tuesday, they offer cask pints for $3. Also, they offer 3 oz tasters of their beers for $0.50 which turns out to be cheaper than their pints.

Service was a bit slow, but it was also a busy night. It took a while for a waitress to come, and the drinks took even longer. But she was very friendly and appeared to know about their beers.

There is an upstairs with pool tables.

Overall, I was quite happy with this place and will probably go back for their stout. I can pass on the food though.

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Photo of benito
3.85/5  rDev +1.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Thirsty Bear is a classy brewpub in the heart of SoMa. Turning the busy corner from 3rd Ave onto Howard, leaving SFMoma behind, Thirsty Bear's storefront jumps out with its fun design (a bear chugging!) and rich colors. Inside, the dining room is flanked by a long bar and exposed brick on the other walls.

They had nine of their own brews on tap as well as bottles of Chimay, Orval, and Lindeman's. I tried five of the nine, enjoying immensely the Black Bear (WBC winning Schwarzbier) and the very refreshing Organic Golden Vanilla. The ESB was a cut below, but still tasty, and the wit and maibock were average at best.

It's the food that makes this place special though. Not necessarily the quality of the food, but rather the type of cuisine they're serving. I never fault brewpubs for serving pub fare or pizza (bottom line--they go well with beer), but I often long for something different to break up to monotony. Maybe I need to visit fewer brewpubs, or maybe I need to visit more brewpubs like Thirsty Bear which does Spanish tapas and antojitos. (They also have flamenco shows every Sunday night.) As soon as I tasted the food and beer together here, the idea of pairing Spanish (not Latin American, but true Spanish, as in the Iberian Peninsula, Europe, Ferdinand and Isabella) food and craftbeer was both novel and logical. Spanish cuisine's two main ingredients--salt and oil--meet great partners in crime with some of Thirsty Bear's craftbrews. Spanish food may never replace pub grub or pizza as the staple fare of US brewpubs, but Thirsty Bear makes a good case as to why it should.

Overall, an inviting, friendly and inventive brewpub in downtown San Francisco. Recommended.

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Photo of Redrover
3.85/5  rDev +1.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

I hosted a small business diner here. Some of co-workers were initially skeptical, but this place quickly won them over.

As described by others, this is a fairly narrow but long bar/dinning area. The upstairs contained the bathrooms, pool tables and some place for entertaining.

I was there on a Sunday evening which happens to be flamingo night! Some nice guitar playing and dancing entertained us. It really added a unique vibe and I wonder if this weekly event draws a different crowd.

For dinner, we went with a bunch of tapas dishes and some yummy seafood paella. Some of the best food I have ever had at a brewpub. Great combinations of flavors and very fresh ingredients!

The beer was fine, but it didn't blow me away. Still, very solid representatives of the styles. I had a seasonal Mai Bock and the IPA. The brewing equipment is on display behind the bar. I wish I had another chance to sample a few more.

The service was a bit slow, but very friendly. The food did come pretty quickly after we ordered..

I'm very glad I had a chance to stop by.

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Photo of Murchmac
3.85/5  rDev +1.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I keep thinking this place is chester cheetah cheesy, but I keep coming back and enjoying every time I go, so it can't be all that bad, right?

It's not. Had a wet hop beer, and also a multi grain pale ale with roasted oats and rye. Good glassware for those that care, decent prices, waitstaff cute and friendly. This place is just good enough to like.

The tapas food was good too. Tasty empenadas that look like hot pockets, ribs, fig salad, ceviche, all good and fairly well priced.

Pool tables upstairs, cask conditioned beer for 3 bucks... I'm going to start recommending this place, so go there. I like how they have a lot of different styles of beer, some are worse than others, but they have a few good ones.

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Photo of ThreeWiseMen
3.88/5  rDev +2.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Stopped in here for dinner the other night with my family and good friend, Zach.

Thirsty Bear has an atmosphere that seems to accommodate all ages. The interior is open and comfortable with modern decor. The restaurant and bar occupy the deep and narrow bottom floor, while the upstairs is (apparently) reserved for private parties - there are a few billiards tables, dart boards, and a small bar area.

Zach and I each ordered the "all beers" sampler, which included eleven different 4oz. samples. Nearly all of the beers were above average (Golden Vanilla being one exception), though none of them were special. The best of the bunch were Brown Bear, Meyer E.S.B., and Howard St. I.P.A. (Polar Bear Pilsner also deserves mention).

Our group ordered several rounds of tapas, capped off by a shared plate of steak and broccoli paella. While the tapas ranged from mediocre the good, the paella was great! On top of that, the tapas-style dining left all of us feeling satisfied, not overly full, at the end of the night.

Our waitress was very friendly and attentive, and even gave us free beer coupons at the end of the night (I think because I presented my AHA card). Even though the food and drinks weren't much to write home about, we really enjoyed our experience.

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Thirsty Bear Brewing Company in San Francisco, CA
86 out of 100 based on 59 ratings.