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Introducing: The Anchor Brewing Blog

Posted by at 11:59 pm | Category: San Francisco 0

We’ve been brewing beer for a long time here at Anchor Brewing Company. Over the years, we’ve developed a number of traditions and seen plenty of changes – in our industry, our city, and in the world around us.

As the decades have passed and trends have come and gone, we’ve kept things largely the same, honoring brewing practices first introduced here in San Francisco over a hundred years ago. But we’ve always made room for a select few state-of-the-art touches where we think it will improve your experience with our company and our products.

So a couple of months ago, we tried something new. First, we launched a brand new website, which itself pays tribute to the brewing pioneers who paved the way for those of us continuing the Anchor tradition, while highlighting the growing lineup of hand-crafted beers that we brew today.

Next, we joined Twitter, launched a new Facebook page, and began engaging with Anchor fans in these active communities. Soon after, we added a page to Google+ and toasted with people raising an Anchor on Untappd.

The response to our new digital experience has been remarkable, and we would like to raise an Anchor to each and every one of you for your support. Cheers!

But we’re not done yet… Today we’re happy to introduce the Anchor Brewing Blog.

On our blog, we have a little more room to go deep and share our insights into beer and the brewing process, stories and long-lost nuggets from the Anchor archives, photos and details from past and future events, and other thoughts and observations about San Francisco, its history, and the people and places that make it our favorite city in the world.

Have a question about beer or brewing? Here’s where we’ll post answers to selected questions that you Ask Bob Brewer, Anchor’s resident beer expert. And we have other ideas brewing for future blog topics.

So take a look around and let us know what you think so far. And remember, blogs are social, too. So we hope to see your comments!


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