What better destination for Father’s Day than Anchorage’s premier brewery and restaurant where you’ll find 13 craft brews ranging from pale blondes to rich stouts? Founded in 1996, all beers are made onsite and managed by master brewers Chris Anderson and Bob Acree. As an upscale establishment in downtown, it’s a popular destination for any special event.

You’ll see the 15bbl single infusion mash system, one of just 1,200 in the U.S., which is at the core of what makes a great brew. Highlighting U.S. west coast-style beer and British beers via the complex oak aging system, the brewery crafts 4,500 barrels of draft alone each year (half is sold onsite).

A Day for Dad

For the brew-loving Dad in your life, you can even get a growler to go. However, most guests prefer to pair their brews with lunch, brunch or dinner. Make reservations in advance for Father’s Day, and treat dad to a lavish brunch like no other. He can dine on the Brewhouse Crab Cake Benedict, Hunters Skillet Breakfast, or fresh homemade buttermilk biscuits and gravy.

For dinner, there’s Ale Fondue with pretzels, Amber Ale battered cod, beef sliders, salmon dip and much more. Dessert includes their famous bread pudding, flourless chocolate torte, the original peanut butter pie, and an eclectic mix of ice cream (try yours with a beer drizzle!).