There really is no better way to spend a sunny Spring Saturday than with good friends, good drinks and baseball. Just a few blocks away from AT&T Park, home of the SF Giants, you’ll find 21st Amendment, a local brewery and restaurant founded in 2000. A great setting for both pre and post-game gatherings, it’s the perfect place if you’re there to try some of their hand-crafted beers, or just hoping to grab a burger.
One of the best things about 21st Amendment is the beer garden they open up on game days. In the De Boom Street alley, on the side of the pub, bar tables, stools and a small bar are set up for Giants fans and beer lovers to take advantage of some great brews and nice weather on the way to or from the ballpark. One of the most popular, and pretty original, is the Hell or High Watermelon beer, served with a fresh watermelon slice on the glass. For those of you not into a fruity brew, there is always a wide array of varietals on tap, from Pale Ales like Drakes 1500 to dark IPAs like Back in Black, there is something for every taste at 21st Amendment. Also, if you can’t actually make it into the restaurant, but you still want to try some of their tasty brews, you can always look for a few of them: Hell or High Watermelon, Brew Free or Die IPA and Monk’s Blood Belgian Ale, available in a growing number of stores throughout the country. |21st Amendment|
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Sat: 11:30 am – 2 am
(11am for weekday home games)
Sun: 10 am for brunch