File under reasons we love the Bay Area: North Bay brewer HenHouse has released a "mobilizing" IPA to support climate change initiatives; and in SF, City College has added cooking with cannabis to its roster of classes.
Plus, take a $1 ferry ride this week, watch video of an adorable chameleon rescue, and more local stories that have zero to do with the presidential election.
San Francisco Bay Ferry rolls out $1 tickets during November, The Richmond Standard
Thanks to "Dollar Days on the Bay," weekdays this month bring hella cheap ferry rides from downtown SF to Vallejo, Alameda, Oakland, and Richmond. Snag tix by downloading the Hopthru app. Read more.
HenHouse Brewing Company supporting Green New Deal with a new beer, SF Gate
In an effort to fight climate change, the Santa Rosa brewery is pledging a portion of proceeds from its new IPA, Vote for the Green New Deal, to Climate Emergency Fund. The best part? More than 70 other breweries are committed to following in HenHouse's footsteps. Read more.
CCSF Expands Menu with Cannabis Culinary Courses, SF Weekly
In addition to the first Cannabis Associate of Arts Degree in the United States, beginning this spring City College will offer remote courses that explore cooking with cannabis, within the context of history and social issues, with renowned chefs including author Mennlay Aggrey (The Art of Weed Butter), James Beard Award nominated chef Miguel Trinidad, and chef Amanda Jackson. Read more.
Chameleon rescued from high wires in Daly City, Mercury News
After three days atop a power line, the stranded exotic pet was rescued by the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA. Read more.
You Can Now Dine in a Bowling Alley in SF (But You Can't Bowl), Funcheap
While you still can't actually reserve a lane and bowl, if you miss the ambience, Presidio Bowl is officially open for indoor dining (or takeout). Read more.