Before a chance met friend pointed me to the Kezar back in June 2011, the only place I knew to find North Coast’s Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout on tap was at the mothership, the North Coast brewpub up in Fort Bragg. That’s fine for the few times a year we go up for a few days, but not for those of us who think Old Rasputin is tops and would rather have it on draft than in a pricey dinky bottle.
For those who are searching for Old Rasputin on tap in San Francisco, we found it yesterday at Inferno Pizza, 1800 Fillmore St, corner of Sutter. (Tasty pizza there as well. …)
Old Rasputin is also available at the Kezar Bar (900 Cole @ Carl). (Not at the other Kezar Bar on Stanyan, I’ve been told.)
The Page at 298 Divisadero Street (at Page) also has it on nitro-tap, alleges the Web. We’ll check that out soon.
Know of any other places in San Francisco where Old Rasputin is on tap? Comments welcome!
[This has been a public service for those hankering for Old Rasputin on tap in San Francisco]
This week’s challenge: Unwind.
Standing above the engines and winding wheels at The Cable Car Museum at Mason & Washington, San Francisco.
Two views of the tower for the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, taken from the Hill.
The silhouetted crane at the top of the tower — 09 Jan 2012 6:15 p.m.
The other full moon shot — 08 Jan 2012 5:42 p.m.
The shot of the sunrise behind Pier 14 — 09 Jan 2012 7:33 a.m. — from the parking lot behind the Ferry Building.
The current Photo Friday challenge is “People.”
Taken 01 Jul 2010 at San Francisco Magazine’s Best of the Bay Area party (and fundraiser for Family House) at the Metreon.
01 July 2010 Best of the Bay Area party and fundraiser (The Metreon, San Francisco)
Sunrise. 27 May 2011. 6:28 a.m.
To the left, lit, the tower for the eastern span of the SF-O Bay Bridge, scheduled to be fully open in 2013. Center with all the lights is Pier 17. Piers 17 and 15 are being restored and rebuilt to house the Exploratorium. Across the Bay, the blaze of light is the incredibly busy Port of Oakland.
29 Apr 2011 4:36A