Salumeria, the popular deli spinoff of Flour + Water that's attached to Central Kitchen (20th and Florida), is getting a second location next week at 1550 Bryant Street (between 16th and Alameda), in the newly renovated Hamm's Brewery Building at the edge of Potrero Hill.

The new location, like the first, will be a European-style deli and charcutier, with meats, cheeses, and lunch items like their signature salumi sandwich, and their roast beef sandwich on a Firebrand pretzel roll, but new to this location will be a breakfast program. It will be open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. starting Monday.

Overseeing things will be Flour + Water exec chef Thomas McNaughton, as well as chef de cuisine Ryan Pollnow. McNaughton says he and the team are "excited to open our doors in a new location and to be a part of the reinvention of the iconic Hamm’s Building, a San Francisco landmark."

Also, there will be wine and beer, including Hamm’s proprietary brews.

The building, which hasn't seen any brewing since 1972, is being renovated and refurbished for mostly office use, with leases already signed with Rdio and Asana. Hamm's Brewing Company originated in Minnesota but the company had a West Coast brewing operation in San Francisco, at this location, from 1954 to 1972. The Hamm's brand is now owned and distributed by MillerCoors.