Another moment in “time” has arrived. We now agree to obey the seasonal temporal adjustment to our daylight savings time control program concept. Fiddle with your clocks and finer timepieces, let your connected machines access the “cloud” as the Biergarten returns to this reality now. Join us beginning March 12, 2017 …
3pm – 9pm Monday-Saturday
Sunday, 1pm – 7pm (no change)
Saturday, February 18th
Join Fort Point Beer Company, Biergarten and Proxy for a special SF Beer Week 2017 presentation of Ridley Scott’s “Blade Runner” based on Philip K. Dick’s groundbreaking novel, “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” — When the world’s social order is threatened by escaped bioengineered beings (Replicants) on a search for their maker, ex-detective Richard Deckard (Harrison Ford) is tasked with a special mission: find and retire (terminate) the rogue androids before the threat is discovered. Set in a dystopian 2020 Los Angeles, “Blade Runner” beautifully explores cinematic themes of technology, humanity, consciousness and the environment.
Fort Point Beer Company will be on hand serving the 2017 San Francisco Brewers Guild Collaboration Beer, New Frontier, in honor of this futuristic evening. Additional Fort Point beers will also be available for purchase.
Tips for enjoying movies outside at PROXY Walk-In Theater, corner of Hayes and Octavia, Hayes Valley.
We wish you all a wet and wonderful Holiday Season filled with Peace, Love, Thanks and Bavarian beer. Plus, enjoy the best Glühwein in Hayes Valley at both Suppenküche and Biergarten. – The chef also has Goose for the holidays. Come join us and celebrate the dark season in the land of the Gnomes.
Christmas Eve Dec. 24th:
Suppenküche OPEN (kitchen closes 9pm) / Biergarten CLOSED
Christmas Day Dec. 25th:
Suppenküche CLOSED / Biergarten CLOSED
New Years Eve Dec. 31st:
Suppenküche OPEN (kitchen closes 9pm) / Biergarten OPEN
New Years Day Jan. 1st:
Suppenküche OPEN / Biergarten CLOSED
The moment has arrived to obey a seasonal temporal adjustment to the daylight savings time control program. As such, the Biergarten returns to …
“Biergarten Winter Hours”:
2pm – 8pm Monday-Saturday
Sunday 1pm – 7pm (no change)
This change also brings hot mulled wine (Glühwein) and more holiday fun.
Both Suppenküche and Biergarten will be closed for service on Halloween night this year. Stay safe and have a wonderful holiday.
Oktoberfest is here! on the 17th of September … That’s a Saturday.
This is the schedule:
Tapping (& drinking) of the first ceremonial keg(s) at PROXY’s Walk-In-Theater.
Biergarten opens with a full menu, music and more Oktoberfest Bier.
Suppenküche opens for even more of the deep Bavarian festival flavor.
Traditional attire* most welcome.
*As is the long standing Suppenküche custom, we will have limited edition (nontraditional) Oktoberfest event T-Shirts. A portion will be available at noon at the PROXY Walk-In-Theater on Saturday the 17th, as well as Suppenküche and Biergarten while supplies last.
Wha? – Oktoberfest is a 16 day festival held each year in Munich Bavaria, Germany at the town’s ‘meadow’ and festival grounds called the ‘Theresienwiese,’ named after Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen the wife of Prince Ludwig (later King Ludwig I) in whose honor the first Oktoberfest, on October 12, 1810, was originally held. It is the world’s largest fair and Munich’s most famous event. Since 1950, there has been a traditional festival opening: A twelve gun salute and the ceremonial tapping of the first keg of Oktoberfest beer at 12 noon by the current Mayor of Munich with the cry “O’zapft is!” (“It’s tapped!” in the Austro-Bavarian dialect) begin the Oktoberfest each year. The beers (Oktoberfestbiers) that have been served at the event in Munich since 1818 are supplied by only 6 breweries. These are known as the Big Six: Spaten, Löwenbräu, Augustiner, Hofbräu, Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr. Traditionally Oktoberfestbiers were the lagers of around 5.5 to 6% abv called Märzen – brewed in March and allowed to ferment slowly during the summer months. Originally these would have been dark lagers, but from 1872 a strong March brewed version of an amber-red Vienna lager made by Josef Sedlmayr became the favorite Oktoberfestbier. Today strong, light Oktoberfest lagers have become the favorite. Visitors to the modern day Oktoberfest also eat huge amounts of food, most of it traditional hearty fare such as sausage, hendl (chicken), käsespätzle (cheese noodles), and sauerkraut, along with such Bavarian delicacies as roast Pig Knuckles and Whole roasted Cows.
Is a beer … Animal is here …
It’s not as rare a sight as it used to be: An American IPA on tap at Biergarten. Our good friends at Fort Point Beer don’t just make a fantastic red ale (Westfalia) they make damn good IPAs. Animal is one we can’t afford not to share with you. Super fresh, a little cloudy and a lot delicious. We have about a week’s supply. We just tapped the first one.
Both the Suppenküche and our Biergarten WILL BE OPEN!
– Let’s celebrate this holiday devoted to workers’ rights in America. Attributed to Peter McGuire, a carpenter in New York who brought together 100,000 workers to successfully strike for better conditions and pay. He continued to fight for the people, for more than a decade, until the “Labor Day” holiday (the first Monday in September) was ratified by Congress in 1884. Let us toast this small victory! To all of the workers working on all that work! September is a hell of a month.
For the first time. Biergarten presents an exclusive to America! In the last week of August, 2016: Seriously, for the very first time in our country we will consecrate:
Aldersbacher Urhell on tap!
From the award winning Brauerei Aldersbach (since 1268, Aldersbach, Bavaria, GmbH). We wholeheartedly welcome this supreme example of Bavaria’s premier “session” beer: the Helles. Built on a strong, slightly bready, malt backbone, it’s still crisp and clean with a thick white creamy head. Please, come and drink it while you can. This is a very special opportunity, and a great way to get in shape for Oktoberfest.