Rogue’s San Francisco Pub Not Salvageable

The Rogue Pub located in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood has been officially deemed unusable and the Oregon-based brewery will need to look elsewhere for a new home after more than a decade in the area.

“We created many fond memories during our 15-plus years in San Francisco and we will miss the pub dearly,” said Rogue president Brett Joyce in a newsletter to consumers. “We truly enjoyed the pints shared with our Rogue Nation Citizens, neighbors, and friends.

“Our Brewmaster of 29 years, John Maier, proposed to his wife, Stacey, on the Golden Gate Bridge before celebrating their engagement at our North Beach outpost.”

On March 17 a Four-Alarm fire tore through the building and destroyed the pub, the building, and other adjacent businesses.

“Fortunately, no one was hurt thanks to the quick actions of our staff,” Joyce wrote. “We have remained hopeful that we could re-open the pub but, due to the extensive damage and uncertainty surrounding the extent of rebuilding, our landlord has decided to terminate our lease and focus on the construction project that lies ahead.

“We remain hopeful that we can find another location in San Francisco and continue to share our ales and spirits with our loyal Bay Area fans.”

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