SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco-based Holy Craft Brewery announced its American Bombshell Blonde Ale will be served at Oracle Park during the 2019 Giants baseball season. The specialty crafted brew can be enjoyed at three of Tony Gemignani’s Slice House locations throughout the ballpark.
Holy Craft Brewery was founded by Bay Area natives Steve Seto, CEO, and Phil Fabian, master brewer in 2014. Holy Craft quickly gained recognition for their homegrown brews inspired by acclaimed San Francisco restaurants including Scoma’s Restaurant, Blowfish Sushi and Tony’s Pizza in North Beach.
In 2019, Holy Craft opened its first taproom in North Beach in the former home of Sip Bar & Lounge, located at the intersection of North Beach and Chinatown neighborhoods at 787 Broadway (at Powell St.).
“For a newcomer in the craft beer industry be able to get their product into one of the most famous ballpark venues in the country is almost unheard of,” said Phil Fabian, co-founder and master brewer at Holy Craft. “We could not be more excited for this opportunity.”
Holy Craft’s beer is also sold at BevMo, Cal-Mart and Total Wine. Beers can also be found at select neighborhood corner stores, like S&S Groceries in North Beach in San Francisco.
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