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Tap List - 32


Alamo Draft House Boulevardier

Alamo Draft House Boulevardier

50.0% ABV

Alamo Drafthouse CinemaSan Francisco, CA

Alamo Draft House Imortal Singapore Sling

Alamo Draft House Imortal Singapore Sling

45.0% ABV

Alamo Drafthouse CinemaSan Francisco, CA

Alamo Draft House Nitro Far Eastern Gimlet

Alamo Draft House Nitro Far Eastern Gimlet

45.0% ABV

Alamo Drafthouse CinemaSan Francisco, CA

Alpine Pure Hoppiness

Alpine Pure Hoppiness

Double IPA8.0% ABV70 IBU

Alpine Beer CompanyAlpine, CA

This beer will take you to hop heaven. We've used hops in the boil, more hops in the giant hopback, and more dry-hopping!

Altamont Beer Works Dub Red IPA

Altamont Beer Works Dub Red IPA

American IPA7.5% ABV

Altamont Beer WorksLivermore, CA

A bitter, moderately strong American pale ale that uses its clean, supporting malt to showcase its hop character.

Anchor Christmas Ale

Anchor Christmas Ale

Winter Seasonal Beer5.5% ABV28 IBU

Anchor BrewingSan Francisco, CA

The Ale’s recipe is different every year, but the intent with which we offer it remains the same: joy and celebration of the newness of life.

Anderson Valley Briney Melon Gose

Anderson Valley Briney Melon Gose

Gose4.2% ABV15 IBU

Anderson Valley Brewing CompanyBoonville, CA

Briney Melon Gose boasts a thirst-quenching tartness that is perfectly balanced by subtle watermelon flavors and aromas.

Bear Republic Tartare Barrel Aged Berliner Weisse

Bear Republic Tartare Barrel Aged Berliner Weisse

Berliner Weisse4.0% ABV8 IBU

Bear Republic Brewing Co.Healdsburg, CA

One of the world’s classic sour beer styles, Tartare is Bear Republic’s interpretation of Berliner Weisse, the tart, low-alcohol beer style

Berryessa Common Sense

Berryessa Common Sense

California Common4.8% ABV20 IBU

Berryessa Brewing Co.Winters, CA

Crisp and refreshing California Common Lager.

Craftsman Heavenly Hefe

Craftsman Heavenly Hefe

Weissbier5.0% ABV

Craftsman Brewing CompanyPasadena, CA

Brewed with malted wheat, Heavenly Hefeweizen showcases the traditional aroma and flavor reminiscent of banana and clove that is unique to an unfiltered wheat beer.

Devil's Canyon Root Beer

Devil's Canyon Root Beer

Other Specialty Cider/Perry

Devil's Canyon Brewing Co.San Carlos, CA

14 oz: $5

A refreshing drink with wine-like apple flavors.

Dupont / Lost Abbey Deux Amis

Dupont / Lost Abbey Deux Amis

Saison7.0% ABV

Dupont / Lost AbbeySan Marcos, AR

A kinship of a dry, refreshing Old World Saison full of peppery spice that finishes with New World flavors of floral orange and earthy pine.

Eagle Rock Manifesto

Eagle Rock Manifesto

Witbier5.7% ABV11 IBU

Eagle Rock BreweryLos Angeles, CA

A refreshing wheat ale very pale in color

Faction Rye Red

Faction Rye Red

Irish Red Ale5.6% ABV

Faction Brewing CompanyAlameda, CA

An easy-drinking pint that balances toffee and caramel sweetness with a roasted dry finish.

Fieldwork Galaxy Juice

Fieldwork Galaxy Juice

American IPA6.6% ABV

Fieldwork Brewing CompanyBerkeley, CA

Hazy appearance, sticky mouthfeel, and fresh from the fields of Hawaii flavors. Galaxy Juice is a Waimea sized wave of pineapple

Fieldwork Salted Coconut

Fieldwork Salted Coconut

Oatmeal Stout5.6% ABV

Fieldwork Brewing CompanyBerkeley, CA

A very dark, full-bodied, roast ale with a complementary oatmeal flavor.

Fieldwork Sour Diesel

Fieldwork Sour Diesel

Wild Specialty Beer5.2% ABV

Fieldwork Brewing CompanyBerkeley, CA

Sour Diesel is tart Pale Ale with a hefty dry hopped putting off assertive ganja and grapefruit aromas. As the thick hop aroma sets the tone for your palate, there is an initial shock at the sour nature of the first sip. Slowly as you work your way through the glass, the tart acidic nature of Sour Diesel marries with the bright grapefruit notes of the hops, which in turn bridges the gap to the dank resinous hop character initially delivered.

Firestone Walker Double Barrel Ale

Firestone Walker Double Barrel Ale

British Pale Ale5.0% ABV30 IBU

Firestone Walker Brewing CompanyPaso Robles, CA

This British Pale Ale is fermented in American oak barrels to balance the hop character with hints of smokiness and vanilla.

Golden State Mighty Dry Hard Cider

Golden State Mighty Dry Hard Cider

Fruit Cider6.9% ABV10 IBU

Golden State CiderSebastopol, CA

Mighty Dry Hard Cider was born from the ideals of the west coast and crafted with a delicious blend of culinary apple varieties. This Cider is crafted with miraculously crisp West Coast apples, fresh vim and California vigor.

Headlands Pt. Bonita

Headlands Pt. Bonita

Czech Premium Pale Lager5.5% ABV38 IBU

Headlands Brewing Co.Mill Valley, CA

20 oz: $8

Well-balanced with complex malt flavors that carry strong bitter notes without a harsh finish.

HenHouse Chemtrails IPA

HenHouse Chemtrails IPA

American IPA7.0% ABV

HenHouse Brewing CompanyPetaluma, CA

A bitter, moderately strong American pale ale that uses its clean, supporting malt to showcase its hop character.

HenHouse Saison

HenHouse Saison

Saison5.5% ABV

HenHouse Brewing CompanyPetaluma, CA

Farmhouse Style Ale with Black Pepper and Coriander.Sweet and fruity aroma of spices with notes of citrus peel and yeast. Sweet and fruity flavour of spices and hops with notes of citrus peel and grapefruits. Spicy finish.

Iron Springs Kent Lake Kolsch Ale

Iron Springs Kent Lake Kolsch Ale

Kölsch4.5% ABV

Iron Springs Pub & BreweryFairfax, CA

A crisp, clear beer balanced with subtle fruit and hop characters.

Marin Bostonian Jankster

Marin Bostonian Jankster

American IPA7.8% ABV

Marin Brewing CompanyLarkspur, CA

A bitter, moderately strong American pale ale that uses its clean, supporting malt to showcase its hop character.

Marin Brew Trois Fluers Saison

Marin Brew Trois Fluers Saison

Saison6.3% ABV

Marin Brewing CompanyLarkspur, CA

A Belgian ale that is most commonly pale, refreshing, moderately strong and finishes dry

Moonlight Death And Taxes

Moonlight Death And Taxes

Schwarzbier5.0% ABV

Moonlight Brewing CompanySanta Rosa, CA

20 oz: $8

A dark, German-style lager with balanced roasted, smooth malt flavors and mild bitterness.

North Coast Old Rasputin On Nitro

North Coast Old Rasputin On Nitro

Imperial Stout9.0% ABV75 IBU

North Coast Brewing Co.Fort Bragg, CA

Produced in the tradition of 18th Century English brewers who supplied the court of Russia’s Catherine the Great, Old Rasputin seems to develop a cult following wherever it goes. It’s a rich, intense brew with big complex flavors and a warming finish.

North Coast Old Stock Ale Cellar Reserve Aged In Wheat Whiskey Barrels (2014)

North Coast Old Stock Ale Cellar Reserve Aged In Wheat Whiskey Barrels (2014)

Old Ale14.4% ABV

North Coast Brewing Co.Fort Bragg, CA

A noticeably strong beer tilted towards malty sweetness that is best drunk by a warm fire on a cold winter’s night.

Pizza Port Graveyard's Pale Ale

Pizza Port Graveyard's Pale Ale

American Pale Ale6.4% ABV

Pizza PortCarlsbad, CA

A moderate, refreshing ale with noticeable hop aroma balanced by supporting malt flavors.

Sierra Nevada Celebration

Sierra Nevada Celebration

American IPA6.8% ABV65 IBU

Sierra Nevada Brewing CompanyChico, CA

Famous for its intense citrus and pine aromas, Celebration is bold and intense, featuring Cascade, Centennial and Chinook hops—honoring everything we have at Sierra Nevada.

Temescal Station Wagon

Temescal Station Wagon

American Pale Ale4.7% ABV

Temescal BrewingOakland, CA

A moderate, refreshing ale with noticeable hop aroma balanced by supporting malt flavors.

The Bruery Humulus Terreux

The Bruery Humulus Terreux

Wild Specialty Beer5.7% ABV40 IBU

The BrueryPlacentia, CA

A sour beer that derives some of its taste and aroma from the particular spices, herbs or vegetables

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AleSmith Speedway Stout

AleSmith Speedway Stout

Imperial Stout12.0% ABV60 IBU

AleSmith Brewing CompanySan Diego, CA

Chocolate and roasted malts dominate the flavor, supported by notes of dark fruit, toffee, and caramel.

Boulevard Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale

Boulevard Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale

Saison8.5% ABV38 IBU

Boulevard Brewing CompanyKansas City, MO

750 ml: $

Beginning with fruity aromatics and grapefruit-hoppy notes, the flavor of this straw-colored ale tapers off to a peppery, dry finish.

Budweiser

Budweiser

American Lager5.0% ABV10 IBU

Anheuser-Busch, Inc.St. Louis, MO

12 oz: $

Budweiser is a medium-bodied, flavorful, and crisp with blended layers of premium American and European hop aromas.

Cascade Sang Noir

Cascade Sang Noir

Wild Specialty Beer9.5% ABV

Cascade Brewing CompanyPortland, OR

750 ml: $

A sour beer that derives some of its taste and aroma from the particular spices, herbs or vegetables

Coors Original

Coors Original

American Lager5.0% ABV15 IBU

Coors Brewing CompanyGolden, CO

The Banquet Beer was born in the Rockies and has been a proud part of the American experience for generations.

Dogfish Head Oak-Aged Noble Rot

Dogfish Head Oak-Aged Noble Rot

Wood-Aged Beer9.0% ABV

Dogfish Head Craft BreweryMilton, DE

A beer that has picked up wood flavors and aroma from its time aging in the wood

Firestone Walker Helldorado

Firestone Walker Helldorado

American Barleywine12.8% ABV25 IBU

Firestone Walker Brewing CompanyPaso Robles, CA

19.2 oz: $

vanilla, light char and amazing lavender-honey notes. Rich boozy honey liqueur character and loads of smooth sweet toasted malt to finish. The El Dorado hops dance in the background without playing a dominant role in the flavor profile.

Founders KBS 2016

Founders KBS 2016

Imperial Stout12.4% ABV70 IBU

Founders Brewing CompanyGrand Rapids, MI

12 oz: $

Imperial stout brewed with a massive amount of coffee and chocolates, then cave-aged in oak bourbon barrels for an entire year to make sure wonderful bourbon undertones.

Hamm's

Hamm's

International Pale Lager4.7% ABV

Miller Brewing CompanyMilwaukee, WI

12 oz: $

Hamm’s, first brewed in 1865, an America’s classic premium beer, "Born in the Land of Sky Blue Waters." Hamm’s is brewed in true family tradition using the purest water and the choicest barley malt, grain and hops. Hamm’s has a low to moderate body and bitterness and a low to moderate hoppy aroma. Hamm’s is available in select states.

Lost Abbey Red Poppy 2014

Lost Abbey Red Poppy 2014

Wild Specialty Beer5.5% ABV

The Lost AbbeySan Marcos, CA

500 ml: $

A sour beer that derives some of its taste and aroma from the particular spices, herbs or vegetables

Miller High Life

Miller High Life

American Lager5.0% ABV10 IBU

Miller Brewing CompanyMilwaukee, WI

12 oz: $

Yeast our founder brought over from Germany, light Galena hops from the pacific northwest, and a combination of malted barley.

Pacifico Clara

Pacifico Clara

Mexican Lager4.5% ABV10 IBU

Cervecería ModeloTijuana, Mexico

12 oz: $

The classic Mexican lager from the Pacifico Brewery of Mazatian, founded in 1900 by German settlers.

Rogue Hazelnut Brown

Rogue Hazelnut Brown

American Brown Ale6.2% ABV33 IBU

Rogue Ales & SpiritsNewport, OR

22 oz: $

A nutty twist to a traditional European Brown Ale. Dark brown in color with a hazelnut aroma, a rich nutty flavor and a smooth malty finish.

Sierra Nevada Ovila Barrel Aged Dubbel

Sierra Nevada Ovila Barrel Aged Dubbel

Belgian Dubbel8.5% ABV

Sierra Nevada Brewing CompanyChico, CA

750 ml: $

This Abbey Dubbel was aged in a blend of red wine and bourbon barrels to add a new level of complexity to an already beguiling brew. Rich malt flavors of burnt sugar and caramel blend seamlessly with bright fruit notes from the wine barrels, while the bourbon oak lends a mellow hint of vanilla.

Tecate

Tecate

International Pale Lager4.5% ABV13 IBU

TecateMontezuma, Mexico

12 oz: $

The most ubiquitous symbol in Baja California is undoubtedly that of Tecate Beer, the cerveza that is a source of pride to Baja California people.

Events - 9


28

Thu

Fantastic Fest SF: The Square

September 28, 6:30p.m. - 9:00p.m.

Ticket includes entry to Fantastic Fest SF opening night party. Head across the street after this screening to Gray Area at the historic Grand Theater to immerse yourself in an evening of live music, art and drinking. THE SQUARE, Ruben Östlund's latest farce and follow-up to 2014's Fantastic Fest entry FORCE MAJEURE, is partially about an actual square: an exhibit at a prestigious art museum in Sweden where everyone can enter and be equal. It's where we're forced to accept each other on the terms of the social contract. It's also... well, bullshit as Östlund demonstrates through 142 minutes that range from hilarity to horror. There are limits to this tolerance and THE SQUARE spends most of its running time pushing its characters and its audience to reflect on the breaking points we have with tolerance. These are places that we've not really explored in either film or in life, and the result here proves to be as thoughtful as it is funny. Östlund had a higher ambition for this film. FORCE MAJEURE zeroed in on the dysfunctional relationship of a married couple after the husband's faults become too much for his wife to bear. FORCE MAJEURE is certainly a more focused narrative than THE SQUARE, which almost feels episodic. That's actually refreshing because there's so much that's memorable here that the two films ultimately avoid comparison. This feature focuses on the perfectly handsome and privileged Christian (Claes Bang, who is destined for great things), who, like the male protagonist in FORCE MAJEURE, experiences a traumatic event that's completely beyond his control and catapults him into increasingly bad decisions that reveal his true nature. It's in watching Östlund break down the main character that we get the opportunity to explore the movie's themes. There's a lot going on in THE SQUARE, but all of it is pure entertainment. The ambition allows for Östlund to pull out some real showstoppers. THE SQUARE may shake you at times but it will leave you laughing so hard you'll be gasping for air. I was wishing it would never end. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcmMYzyVt5Y Tickets: https://drafthouse.com/sf/show/fantastic-fest-the-square

29

Fri

Fantastic Fest SF: My Friend Dahmer

September 29, 12:30p.m. - 2:30p.m.

Filled with pathos and melancholy, MY FRIEND DAHMER is a year spent in the company of Jeffrey Dahmer, one of the most nefarious serial killers in the annals of crime. But this story begins earlier. This is the story of a lonely boy named Jeffrey whose parents are divorcing, whose dad forces him to change his hobbies in order to avoid the pitfalls he fell into, whose friends only hang out with him to force him into embarrassing dares, and who is full of conflicting emotions, desires and feelings that he is unable to communicate. Featuring an incredible, mesmerizing and heart-breaking performance by Ross Lynch, MY FRIEND DAHMER is an incredible adaptation of the comic book of the same name. Rather than try to focus on Dahmer's violent crimes, the film digs deeper under the skin of the teen who would become one of America's boogeymen. By looking at a character for whom a lot could have been different, MY FRIEND DAHMER reminds us that monsters are not born but shaped through encounters with the world around them. The rest of the cast gamely match up to Lynch's performance including a brilliant Anne Heche as Dahmer's equally adrift mother. Using serial killer film tropes but turning them on their head to create an increasing sense of sad inevitability, MY FRIEND DAHMER is elegant character study at its best. Capturing a sense of small town America that resonates with every frame, the film ambles through the heartbreaking story of a boy who ended up becoming a vicious violent murderer while never resorting to cheap answers or pop psychology. By holding up a mirror to society at large, MY FRIEND DAHMER asks difficult questions of us all. And perhaps makes us give some answers that cause discomfort by suggesting the truths we'd rather avoid. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=tB_-a-XbnqU Tickets: https://drafthouse.com/sf/show/fantastic-fest-my-friend-dahmer

29

Fri

Fantastic Fest SF: Haunters: The Art of the Scare

September 29, 3:30p.m. - 5:45p.m.

Americans love a good scare at Halloween and nothing quite does it like a haunted house. Almost unique to this country, haunted houses carefully traverse the ground between naff and brilliant. However, as always, there's so much more to the story than meets the eye. HAUNTERS is perhaps the most comprehensive documentary anyone's ever going to need on the subject. Starting with the history of haunted houses, the film travels the entire gamut, including their inception, their evolution and even their future. Rather than deliver a dull history lesson, each clever development is illustrated by an enlightening array of interviews with some of the most fascinating people within this niche industry. Haunters who create and build houses which are in turn smart, scary and controversial, who act out the roles of the monsters sometimes as relief and sometimes as escape, as well as the people who visit year after year. The film also touches on the psychology of fear: why we crave it, how we avoid it and how these sideshow attractions fit into the overall picture. A joy to watch from start to finish, HAUNTERS is a rare example of a documentary that boasts both an interesting subject matter and the personalities to support it. From the dedication of Shar Mayer to the controversial figure of Russ McKamey, HAUNTERS is stuffed to the gills with fascinating characters who offer unique insights into this rarely explored world. Jon Schnitzer has an uncanny eye for capturing interesting interviewees and stories that both amuse and engage. Whether you're a haunted house fan or someone with zero knowledge, HAUNTERS creates the groundwork for you to be 100% fascinated with them by the time it's over. Who knows? Maybe it will even inspire you to create your own haunted house this October. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dkgzrspm8sM Tickets: https://drafthouse.com/sf/show/fantastic-fest-haunters-the-art-of-the-scare

29

Fri

Fantastic Fest SF: Jailbreak

September 29, 7:00p.m. - 8:40p.m.

The all-female Butterfly Gang have long been the scourge of Cambodia, their fingers in seemingly every criminal enterprise imaginable. When the police manage to capture their lone male member — a simpering dandy known as Playboy — they know this is their opportunity to bring the whole enterprise down. So Playboy is shipped off to the most secure prison in the nation for safekeeping. But, of course, no prison is unreachable for the Butterfly Gang, and it takes barely a heartbeat for things to go wrong. Eager to earn the favor of the powerful gang, the prisoners start a riot with rival factions struggling to be the one to silence Playboy before he has the chance to speak with a small squad of police trapped inside, trying desperately to save both his life and their own. With the burgeoning film culture of Southeast Asia and an increasing number of nations developing local language film industries, Cambodia is very much a nation on the rise. Levels of production are up with local storytellers exploring an increasingly wide range of styles and genres. Thus, we have JAILBREAK, not only the first Cambodian film ever to be selected at Fantastic Fest but also the first true martial arts film ever made in the history of the country. Local martial arts style bokator is front and center here. There are obvious similarities to muay thai, though a very good number of differences as well. Film stars Dara Our and Tharoth Sam are both highly trained in the art with both on national level exhibition teams, Tharoth being one of a handful of Cambodian women to fight professionally. And showcasing that skill is the raw, energetic choreography from Our and imported star Jean-Paul Ly — a French-born, Chinese-Cambodian stuntman and fighter whose credits include LUCY and DOCTOR STRANGE — that quite simply never lets up. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzUzaGV8DDg Tickets: https://drafthouse.com/sf/show/fantastic-fest-jailbreak1

30

Sat

Fantastic Fest SF: Gemini

September 30, 7:00p.m. - 8:50p.m.

The Los Angeles of GEMINI is beautiful. Bathed in the glow of fluorescent lights and the exquisiteness of Hollywood, it's the same beauty found in recent neo-noir entries like DRIVE and NIGHTCRAWLER, and what we experienced in classics like Mann's HEAT and Hill's THE DRIVER. The beauty isn't just a feast for our eyes, but the meat that GEMINI's narrative is built on. The intoxicating beauty of celebrity and the beautiful celebrities themselves are the focus of this whodunnit from Aaron Katz (LAND HO; COLD WEATHER). Heather (Zoe Kravitz) is a movie star, but unhappy. She doesn't have a private life and she's stalked everywhere by fans and paparazzi. Her only anchor to reality is her personal assistant, Jill (Lola Kirke from MISTRESS AMERICA). When the two of them are involved in a dark crime at the end of act one, Katz's neo-noir intentions come fully into focus. Jill is both on the run and out to find the meaning behind the crime. Everyone's a suspect, every line is a clue and nothing is what it seems. GEMINI may be a terrific noir in the most traditional sense of the genre, but it's also an incredibly smart examination of celebrity culture in LA. One oddity of this culture has always been the role of the personal assistant. Once you hit that level of success where you need a P.A., that person does nearly everything for you. The celebrity isn't just fully dependent on their P.A., but they can completely lose their own identity when they cede their ability to do anything — shopping, scheduling, driving, etc. Their identity morphs and bends into some strange combination of the two personalities. Thankfully, Katz rightfully discovered this phenomenon is fertile ground for a noir narrative. GEMINI plays with this and gives us the most memorable mystery of the year. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPYjNfP0Mxk Tickets: https://drafthouse.com/sf/show/fantastic-fest-gemini

1

Sun

Fantastic Fest SF: Brawl in Cell Block 99

October 1, 7:00p.m. - 9:30p.m.

There are no words to describe BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99. There is only hyperbole. Words are small for humans, and this film is anything but. No, this is a gigantic behemoth of a freight train of a monster of a film, one so big and outrageously over the top it's hard to comprehend while watching and even harder to fathom post. What opens as a gritty thriller closes with a cacophony of the most hardcore analog violence I've ever experienced in four decades of watching hardcore violence. Ladies and gentleman, it is our esteemed honor to welcome back the brilliantly twisted vision of S. Craig Zahler. BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99 follows Bradley Thomas (Vince Vaughn), a former boxer-turned-drug runner who is incarcerated after a deal goes horribly wrong. Sentenced to serve time under the watch of the sadistic Warden Tuggs (Don Johnson), Thomas must fight to stay alive and to protect those he loves. In anyone else's hands, this narrative could have beaten a pedestrian path but the result here is anything but. For the first hour Zahler flirts with us, deliberately taking his time to establish Vaughn's character and suppressing the monster that lies beneath their conjoined skins, but once they arrive at prison their rage is unleashed... and is it ever a sight to behold. Vaughn metamorphosizes into a killing machine that is part Frankenstein's monster, part shark from JAWS and part monster truck. On Zahler's watch, Vaughn's pugilism is more muscular, physically overpowering and brutally terrifying than anything that has ever preceded. On the heels of his Fantastic Fest closer, BONE TOMAHAWK, Zahler doubles down on all of the things that made his debut a phenomenal ride with a script and direction that is uniquely his own. Much like his first film, he trusts his writing in the hearts and minds of a select few and allows them to wrestle his words to life with the same force and physicality he commits to the page. Every beat calculated, every pause metered, and every action punishing as he drags us into deeper waters before going in for the kill. And what a gloriously savage kill it is. BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99 is a bold, fearless and shocking film that will challenge every part of you. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XnCP5ggpbI Tickets: https://drafthouse.com/sf/show/fantastic-fest-brawl-in-cell-block-99

7

Sat

I Dance What I Am: Isadora Duncan in Print and Film

October 7, 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m.

Find the full Litquake festival schedule here: http://www.litquake.org/2017-litquake-festival Co-presented by San Francisco Dance Film Festival Born in San Francisco, the “mother of modern dance” Isadora Duncan (1877-1927) shattered boundaries and stereotypes for women, set the dance world on fire—and lived a life of scandal and drama. Tonight Amelia Gray discusses her new novel Isadora Duncan (NPR: “a stunning meditation on art and grief”) with filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine, directors of the 1989 documentary Isadora: Movement from the Soul. Conversation will be followed by film screening and book sales. $15 adv / door With: Amelia Gray is the author of five books: Isadora, Gutshot, THREATS, Museum of the Weird, and AM/PM. Her fiction and essays have appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Tin House, and VICE. She lives in Los Angeles. Emmy-award winning directors/producers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine have created critically-acclaimed multi-character documentaries for 25 years that form a larger portrait of the human experience. Among their eight films, some have won Emmys and others have appeared on year-end top ten lists. Their most recent is The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden (2013.)

12

Thu

The Mission Position Presents: Brad Wenzel

October 12, 8:30p.m. - 10:30p.m.

The Mission Position recently celebrated its 4 year anniversary and 1 year at our new home in the Mission at Alamo Drafthouse San Francisco! We're excited to keep bringing you the best comedians from across the country. This month with headliner Brad Wenzel Featuring: Irene Tu, Adrian McNair, Feel Woods, Joey Avery and other surprise performers! Tickets Online: https://drafthouse.com/sf/tickets/showtime/0801/15086 Doors at 8:30pm, show starts at 9pm! Every month The Mission Position brings the best comedians to the Alamo Drafthouse theater for a live comedy show that provides club-level talent without a drink minimum. Hosted by two of San Francisco’s best comedians, Adrian McNair and Irene Tu (featured on Viceland, KQED, Seeso, SF Sketchfest and Bridgetown Comedy Festival). Brad Wenzel is most known for his offbeat, one-liner comedy. He is a professional comedian so don’t be thrown by his youth and unassuming presence on stage. Described as “the tin-can-kicker of comedy” Brad will surely win you over with his dry delivery and a barrage of clever jokes. His act jumps back and fourth between everyday observations and surrealism. By drawing material from both his life and his imagination, he comes off as a relatable guy sharing some weird thoughts. KnightArts.com described his act as, “not so much clean in content as very wholesome in its delivery.” Currently based out of Los Angeles, Brad began doing stand up in Michigan at the age of 17. He has accomplished a lot since then. Highlights include, being a “new face” at the prestigious, 2014 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, winning the 2015 Great American Comedy Festival (held in honor of Johnny Carson), and making his television debut on CONAN in 2016 followed by a return appearance in 2017. Brad has opened for: Brian Posehn, Kathleen Madigan, Gilbert Gottfried, Pete Holmes, Louie Anderson, Jerrod Carmichael, Todd Barry, and Patton Oswalt. In addition to working with these acts, Brad tours comedy clubs around the country and has appeared at prominent showcases including Meltdown in Los Angeles, Knitting Factory in New York, and Comedians You Should Know in Chicago. Checkout Brad's last Conan appearance here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOcdTMM3nfk

13

Fri

The European Refugee Crisis: Havarie and the Art of Slow Cinema

October 13, 6:00p.m. - 8:45p.m.

For full schedule of Litquake 2017, click here: http://www.litquake.org/2017-litquake-festival Co-presented by Center for the Art of Translation, Goethe-Institut San Francisco, and Unnamed Press Inspired by a short cellphone video of a raft of refugees, shot by a tourist from the deck of a cruise ship, Merle Kröger and Philip Scheffner created both a feature film and a novel, Havarie (Collision). Scheffner’s film loops the original clip into a haunting 90-minute “slow cinema” hallucination and meditation on the nature of refugees, while Kröger’s book unspools a crime story from the same collection of characters. Kröger reads from her book, followed by a screening of Havarie, and then an onstage discussion with both Kröger and Scheffner. $15 adv / door With: Merle Kröger is a novelist, script writer, and film producer living in Berlin, Germany. She produces art films and documentaries for international arthouse cinema. She also writes scripts for independent cinema in India. Since 2003, Kröger has published four novels, which combine documentary research, personal history, and political analysis with elements of crime literature. For Grenzfall (2012) and Havarie (Collision) (2015), she received the German Crime Novel Award. Collision will be published in November 2017 by Unnamed Press. Philip Scheffner, born 1966 in Homburg/Saar, lives and works as an artist and filmmaker in Berlin. Together with Merle Kröger, Alex Gerbaulet and Caroline Kirberg, he runs the production platform pong. He took part in the Berlinale Forum with Havarie (2016), And-Ek Ghes… (2016), Revision (2012), Der Tag des Spatzen (2010), and The Halfmoon Files (2007).

On Deck - 24


21st Amendment / Cigar City Golden Sunshine

21st Amendment / Cigar City Golden Sunshine

Berliner Weisse4.0% ABV

21st Amendment BrewerySan Francisco, CA

A very pale wheat beer low in alcohol with light bread and clean lactic sour flavors.

Almanac Barbary Barrel Noir

Almanac Barbary Barrel Noir

Imperial Stout10.2% ABV

Almanac Beer Co.San Francisco, CA

This oak-aged ale is our love letter to bourbon barrels. Barrel Noir is a sumptuous, inky ale that celebrates the velvety texture and subtle

Almanac San Francisco IPA

Almanac San Francisco IPA

American IPA6.5% ABV

Almanac Beer Co.San Francisco, CA

A bitter, moderately strong American pale ale that uses its clean, supporting malt to showcase its hop character.

Altamont Beer Works Ganja Juice

Altamont Beer Works Ganja Juice

Double IPA9.0% ABV80 IBU

Altamont Beer WorksLivermore, CA

An intensely hoppy pale ale with minimal malt character, designed to showcase its strong hop flavors.

Ballast Point Coconut Victory At Sea

Ballast Point Coconut Victory At Sea

American Porter10.0% ABV60 IBU

Ballast Point Brewing CompanySan Diego, CA

We took our trademark robust porter brewed with Caffe Calabria coffee and vanilla and added a dose of coconut.

Bear Republic Sherry & Sauternes Grizz

Bear Republic Sherry & Sauternes Grizz

Belgian Specialty Ale (Archived)9.5% ABV33 IBU

Bear Republic Brewing Co.Healdsburg, CA

A varying Belgian style with fruit and spice notes and good carbonation.

Fieldwork Chocolate Milk Brown

Fieldwork Chocolate Milk Brown

American Brown Ale5.4% ABV

Fieldwork Brewing CompanyBerkeley, CA

A malty beer that uses its hop flavor to complement and enhance its chocolate and caramel characters.

Fieldwork Green Rest

Fieldwork Green Rest

American IPA6.9% ABV

Fieldwork Brewing CompanyBerkeley, CA

A bitter, moderately strong American pale ale that uses its clean, supporting malt to showcase its hop character.

Fieldwork Nomadic IPA

Fieldwork Nomadic IPA

American IPA7.5% ABV

Fieldwork Brewing CompanyBerkeley, CA

A bitter, moderately strong American pale ale that uses its clean, supporting malt to showcase its hop character.

Fieldwork Strawberry Tart

Fieldwork Strawberry Tart

Brett Beer6.2% ABV

Fieldwork Brewing CompanyBerkeley, CA

A funky flavored beer with dry fruity flavors

Firestone Walker Helldorado 2016

Firestone Walker Helldorado 2016

English Barleywine11.8% ABV25 IBU

Firestone Walker Brewing CompanyPaso Robles, CA

An intense, complex English ale that showcases malty richness paired with a velvety, luscious texture.

HenHouse An Honest Day's Work

HenHouse An Honest Day's Work

Saison6.9% ABV

HenHouse Brewing CompanyPetaluma, CA

A Belgian ale that is most commonly pale, refreshing, moderately strong and finishes dry

HenHouse Inside Job DIPA

HenHouse Inside Job DIPA

Double IPA8.4% ABV

HenHouse Brewing CompanyPetaluma, CA

An intensely hoppy pale ale with minimal malt character, designed to showcase its strong hop flavors.

Lagunitas Willett Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout

Lagunitas Willett Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout

Imperial Stout11.7% ABV32 IBU

Lagunitas Brewing CompanyPetaluma, CA

It’s a chocolatey, coffee-y, smoky, Bourbon-y beast of a barrel-aged thing.

Marin Three Flowers IPA

Marin Three Flowers IPA

American IPA6.6% ABV

Marin Brewing CompanyLarkspur, CA

3 Flowers IPA is a straw colored Rye IPA. The three flowers referred to are Citra, Cascade, and Chinook hops.

Monkish Ninja Star

Monkish Ninja Star

Belgian Blond Ale5.3% ABV

Monkish Brewing Co.Torrance, CA

A moderately strong golden ale with fruity-spicy Belgian yeast characteristics

Monkish Spellchekk

Monkish Spellchekk

Belgian Pale Ale5.5% ABV

Monkish Brewing Co.Torrance, CA

A somewhat fruity and easy drinking Belgian ale which is less aggressive than many other Belgian beers

North Coast Tart Cherry Berliner Weisse

North Coast Tart Cherry Berliner Weisse

Berliner Weisse4.0% ABV

North Coast Brewing Co.Fort Bragg, CA

Light beer with strong cherry flavor and a lemon citrus backbone. Tart and lightly sour finish.

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company Barrel-Aged Narwhal

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company Barrel-Aged Narwhal

Imperial Stout12.9% ABV60 IBU

Sierra Nevada Brewing CompanyChico, CA

A big, intensely flavored dark ale that ends with a warming, bittersweet finish.

Sierra Nevada Narwhal Imperial Stout

Sierra Nevada Narwhal Imperial Stout

Imperial Stout10.2% ABV60 IBU

Sierra Nevada Brewing CompanyChico, CA

his malt-forward monster is bold – with notes of baker’s cocoa, molasses, and dark roasted coffee. This massive imperial stout is incredibly complex, rich, and intense.

Temescal Are You Ready For The Country

Temescal Are You Ready For The Country

Mixed-Fermentation Sour Beer2.8% ABV

Temescal BrewingOakland, CA

A wild-fermented beer containing funky sour flavors and a variety of aromas

Temescal Station Wagon

Temescal Station Wagon

American Pale Ale4.7% ABV

Temescal BrewingOakland, CA

A moderate, refreshing ale with noticeable hop aroma balanced by supporting malt flavors.

The Bruery Melange No.14

The Bruery Melange No.14

Imperial Stout13.4% ABV25 IBU

The BrueryPlacentia, CA

A big, intensely flavored dark ale that ends with a warming, bittersweet finish.

The Bruery Mischief

The Bruery Mischief

Belgian Golden Strong Ale8.5% ABV35 IBU

The BrueryPlacentia, CA

This wickedly good golden ale is fiendishly dry-hopped with American hops to add a layer of complexity and mystery to its fruity, dry Belgian-style character.

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