Category Archives: Featured Event
By natpatch | Published: May 16, 2013
A big congrats to little sis as Abbots Cellar earned a Top 100 billing from the Chronicle's Michael Bauer! Also, keep an eye out for our Roof Top Honey, as the bee hive recently installed on the roof at Abbots is already putting out some beautiful honeycomb. And for those that missed it, a new "At the Bar" menu is now available from 5:30 to 7pm nightly. Grab a seat at the bar or chef's counter and enjoy! Cheers, The Kettle and the Abbot
By natpatch | Published: March 20, 2012
Monk's Kettle is open for Lunch and Dinner, from 12 noon until 2am each day. The kitchen stays open until 1am each night. Nearly all dishes are available To-Go by calling 415.865.9523 x1. Hope to see you soon. Cheers, The Kettle
By bensbrew | Published: February 8, 2012
Thanks to all for an amazing SF Beer Week 2012! We were happy to host a few key events (2nd Annual Trappist Dinner; "Sweet & Sour" Valentine; The Bruery Anniversary Series flight; and an Eclipse Bottle Signing with FiftyFifty Brewer Todd Ashman), and take our Beer List to whole new levels.
For those that missed it, be sure to get in on the fun early next year!
By natpatch | Published: December 12, 2011
Happy new year to all! And many thanks to Chef Adam for an absolutely amazing New Year's celebration. As we begin another year anew, here's to wishing you and yours all the best for 2012. Cheers, The Kettle
By natpatch | Published: November 16, 2011
Many thanks to Firestone Walker and 2011 Brewer of the Year Matt Brynildson for an amazing Beer Dinner. Featured beers from the event included three 2011 GABF gold medal winners, a silver medal winner, a 2010 gold medal winner, an aged 13% stout, and the latest anniversary beer: XV. A PDF of the full menu can be viewed HERE.
By natpatch | Published: November 30, 2010
In case you missed it, The Monk’s Kettle now offers a rare List of Vintage beers. We have unveiled a menu of beers that have been aging in our climate controlled beer cellar, most since our opening in December of 2007. This list will change over time and grow, as beers peak for consumption, and the seasons change. We now offer some of these bottles to you.
To see what's on the List click HERE
By natpatch | Published: October 27, 2010
Thanks to North Coast Brewing Co. for joining us in an amazing 5-course beer dinner. The featured beers included: Red Seal, Le Merle, Pranqster, Brother Thelonious, Old Rasputin XII, and Anniversary XX. A pdf of the full menu can be viewed HERE. A visual recap of the dinner (courtesy of Sonya Yu), can be viewed HERE.
By natpatch | Published: October 18, 2010
Thanks to all that joined us for the Bay Area release party for the S.O.S (Save Our Shores) Charitable Pilsner. Seventy-Five cents from each 22oz bottle purchased is being donated "to the rescue and restoration of the environment, industry and individuals fighting to survive the disastrous Gulf oil spill." The Monk's Kettle is also donating 50% of all Abita sales from the night to charity benefitting the restoration of the Gulf Coast. FEATURED BEERS: S.O.S (Save Our Shores) Charitable Pilsner Abita Abbey Ale Andygator Helles Doppelbock
By natpatch | Published: September 17, 2010
The Monk's Kettle hosted a 6-course Beer Pairing Dinner on Oct. 6, with Grand Teton Brewing Co. of Victor, Idaho. The featured Beers included: Sweetgrass APA, Bitch Creek ESB, Fest Bier, Barrel-aged Double White, Barrel-aged Double Vision, and Barrel-aged Black Cauldron. Click HERE to view a pdf of the full menu. To see a visual recap of the event by one of our regular attendees (Sonya Yu), please click here.
By natpatch | Published: August 23, 2010
The Monk's Kettle hosted a 6 Course Dinner & Beer Pairing September 1, with the beers of De ProefBrouwerij of Belgium. The featured beers included: Bersalis, Slaapmutske Tripel, La Grande Blanche, Saison Imperiale, Reinaert Flemish Wild Ale, Monstre Rouge, and Van Twee. A PDF of the full menu can be viewed HERE. To see a visual recap of the event, please click HERE to view the pictures taken by one of the regular attendees, Sonya Yu.