Anchor Brewing Company

The rich history of Anchor Brewing can be traced all the way back to the Gold Rush, when German brewer Gottlieb Brekle arrived in San Francisco with his wife Marie and infant son Frederick. Brekle applied for citizenship in 1854, and his brewing and business acumen would soon lead to his ownership of a little San Francisco brewery, which would one day become known as Anchor. The brewery inherited a long tradition of brewing what had come to be known as steam beer, one of the quaint old nicknames for beer brewed along the West Coast under primitive conditions and without ice. Today "steam" is a trademark of Anchor Brewing.

Blood Orange Blonde

The delectable fruit of the blood orange—deep crimson in color, with enticingly rich aroma and tangy-sweet juiciness—provides a distinctive twist to this blonde ale. Blood Orange Blonde™...

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Anchor Gold

Straight Forward and Easy Drinking. Anchor Gold™ is a throwback beer - light golden color, crisp & cool, smooth & easy, and brewed year-round for good times....

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Blackberry Daze

Blackberry Daze IPA is a synergistic union of blackberries and hops. It gets its hop bitterness and some of its hop aroma in the brewhouse....

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Liberty IPA

Liberty IPA is made with two-row pale malt and Cascade hops. It is the combination of Cascade with new hop varieties that creates the mouth...

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