SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Firefighters quickly doused a small fire at the Anchor Brewing Co. building in San Francisco on Wednesday morning before it had a chance to do any major damage.

Fire crews responded to the call about the fire around 9 a.m. and were able to put it out and clear the area by 9:16 a.m., according to fire department spokesman Lt. Jonathan Baxter.

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The single-alarm fire did a minimal amount of damage to a single room in the building at 1705 Mariposa St. and no one was injured, Baxter said.

“And no, we didn’t use beer to put it out,” Baxter said.

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All the employees have been allowed back into the building and all roads in the area are open.

“Everything should be back to normal,” Baxter said.

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