21st Amendment Brewery Celebrates Reopening of SF Brewpub and the Return of SF Giants Baseball to Oracle Park with Freshly Brewed Small Batch 16 oz. Cans of Latest Release in the CHALKBOARD PROJECT
That’s Some Kind of Magic
A Bright and Silky Hazy IPA with Citra, Mosaic, & Idaho 7 Hops Brewed in Homage to Brewpub Chalkboard Artists Across the Nation
San Francisco, Calif.— Monday, May 10, 2021 — The 21st Amendment Brewery and SF Giants baseball are synonymous with springtime in downtown San Francisco. 21st Amendment opened their Brewpub located 3 blocks from Oracle Park in 2000, the same year the SF Giants stadium debuted in China Basin along the Embarcadero. What better way to celebrate the official re-opening of the Brewpub and return of the SF Giants than with a special small batch release in their new series, the CHALKBOARD PROJECT. The exclusive SF Brewpub beer program theCHALKBOARD PROJECT features astonishingly fresh 21st Amendment limited-edition beers (16 oz. cans in 4-packs) that commemorate the creative minds behind chalkboard designs for thousands of beers at breweries across the country.
A silky and pillowy Hazy IPA, That’s Some Kind of Magic (6.7% ABV) is brewed with Citra, Mosaic, and Idaho 7 hops by Shaun O’Sullivan (Co-Founder and Brewmaster, 21st Amendment Brewery). For 21 years, O’Sullivan and his brewing team have brewed hundreds of small batch beers on the 12-barrel brewhouse with each having originally crafted chalkboard art that hangs as the backdrop to the iconic SoMA bar. For the design of That’s Some Kind of Magic, digital illustrator Dylan Drebitko (@Drebitko_Design) hand-drew the mystical figure featured on the 16 oz. can emulating both the otherworldly uniqueness of the beer itself and distinct artwork.
“Since the day we opened our doors in 2000, we’ve been making small batches of handcrafted beer, experimenting with flavors and styles and ingredients,” says Shaun O’Sullivan. “Every new beer gets a fun name and a hand-drawn chalkboard plaque, introducing the beer to the public for the first time. The beer itself is art, and the art brings the beer to life. Our ‘Chalkboard Project’ is an ode to all of the artful and creative draft lists throughout craft breweries and bars everywhere. When the limited-edition 16 oz. cans are gone, it’s time to wipe the slate and start fresh. Live in the moment and enjoy them while they last!”
The 21st Amendment Brewpub is now open for indoor and outdoor dining seven days a week (Sunday – Wednesday, 11 am – 7pm/Thursday – Saturday, 11am – 9pm). The Brewpub is the perfect stop to and/or from the ballpark with many classic dishes on the menu such as Brewmaster’s Fish and Chips, Crispy Chicken Banh Mi, Brew Free or Die Chili, Buffalo Blue Pizza, Monterey Bay Calamari, Sully’s Cheese Curds, Totchos, and more! The latest beers on tap includeBlood Orange Brew Free! or Die IPA, Brew Free! or Die IPA, Haul’n Oats Hazy Oat IPA, Koala Tea IPA, There’s Money in the Banana Stand Stout, 2nd Street Märzen, and Landbier Lager. To view the full beer and food menu, please visit this LINK.
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About 21st Amendment Brewery
21 years ago (established in 2000), Nico Freccia and Shaun O’Sullivan opened the doors to the 21st Amendment brewpub in San Francisco’s historic South Park neighborhood. In addition to quickly becoming one of the city’s favorite pubs, 21st Amendment began expanding beyond the Bay Area by helping to pioneer the movement to canned craft beer. Known for their witty names and delicious brews, 21st Amendment offers year-round selections, as well as seasonal offerings and their infamous once-in-a-while limited-edition releases. Sold in 33 states plus Washington D.C., 21st Amendment produces beer in its state-of-the-art brewery headquarters in San Leandro, California and is among the top 50 craft beer brewers in America.