So the thread about beers brewed in LA got me thinking, how do folks rank the beers brewed in SF? I mean we have a great SF bay area beer scene, and lots of great beers to be had in SF at bars, bottle shops, etc. But for beers truly brewed in SF we seem to have 2 great or at least very good big micros (Anchor and Speakeasy), and then several brewpubs that get limited love (21st Amendment, Magnolia, Beach Chalet, Social, Thirsty Bear, Southern Pacific, Gordon Biersch). Other brewers with SF addresses do not brew here: Pizza Orgasmica brews in Marin, Hebrew in ?, 21st cans in MN, Almanac in SJ, Pacific Brew Labs brews in the east bay I think. Are Southpaw BBQ or Unicorn Pan Asian still brewing their own on premises in SF? So, I'd love to know what I'm missing, happy to hear of nanos too. Mostly wondering about which of the above - truly brewed in SF places - you beer geeks like? Seems like Anchor gets the most love for sure, great history and great beers (I personally love Liberty but never really fell for Steam). I like Speakeasy but rarely buy them to be honest (but I brew much of my own so I'm usually buying one-off releases). I've only been once or twice since the new brewer took over but gotta say I've really enjoyed Social amongst the brewpubs. Related question, is it just the super huge real estate and other start up / doing biz costs that keep us from having more truly great brewed in SF beer? We're certainly a great market for selling great beer.