From The Cannery website:
Jacks Cannery Bar and Oyster Pier
Courtyard Level, North Bldg.
Fresh seafood appetizers, salads, sandwiches & daily special entrees featuring a T-Bone dinner for $9.95; full bar featuring 110 beers on tap. Visit Jacks Oyster Pier for a complete raw bar showcasing our fresh local catch.
From Celebrator Beer News:
Jacks at the Cannery. The latest addition to the Jacks family of ale houses, the Cannery location boasts a whopping 110 taps in a huge, 7,500-square-foot restored part of the complex. With 13.5 million people walking past the front door every year, there's no need to worry about beer sitting idle in its keg. The 68-tap main downstairs area opened in October and was joined in mid-March by a 42-tap upstairs addition. The walls upstairs and down are lined with original oak paneling from the Hearst Castle, and the rooms are filled with long, heavy, wood tables and huge, ornate fireplaces. General Manager, Head Chef and Tapologist Jackie Smit's goal is to make the upstairs bar and pool table area the home of the elitest of micros. Plans are afoot for the addition of Jack's own brewery, the reincarnation of California's first start-up microbrewery since Prohibition, the new New Albion Brewery.
From malted barley.org:
When one first stops into Jack's they can't help but appreciate the
atmosphere. They have the place decorated with beer paraphernalia and
tap handles. They have over 110 beers on tap. The barmaid who was
working the day I was there had a very good working knowledge of beer,
as well as the features of what she had on tap that day. She allowed me
to sample a half dozen beers. All were excellent. If I wasnt a slacker
who waited three months to post to my blog I might even remember which
ones they were. Highly recommend if you ever find your self down by the
Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco.
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