SF Beer Week!

SF Beer Week is coming! Starting February 10th and going through the 19th, this annual festival presented by the San Francisco Brewers Guild is sure to please all the beer lovers out there. The list of events going on throughout the week is impressive, ranging from a class on cheese and beer pairings to a festival pretty much just serving Barleywine.

We have teamed up with the guys from Triple Voodoo brewing to be your hosts for the first Saturday of SF Beer Week, February 11th.  This tour has picked out some of the best Saturday events to attend.  We’ll pick you up at 2 locations, first at Alembic departing at 12:30 and then again by the Embarcadero departing at 12:45PM.  While we head over to the Bistro Double IPA Festival we’ll be tasting Triple Voodoo beers, rocking out to a live DJ on board, and passing out some free souvenirs.

After 3 and 1/2 hours of drinking double IPAs, listening to live music, and stuffing ourselves at the BBQ, we’ll head back to SF to catch the Anderson Valley Release Night at Pi Bar.  Lastly, we’ll walk around the corner and finish with some sausages and Triple Voodoo new releases at Rosamunde.

To hop on this official SF Beer Week Tour it only costs you $29!   Beers and food at each event will be on you, but your transportation and beer tastings on the bus are covered!


Saturday February 11, 2011

12:30PM – Pick Up in SF at Alembic – 1725 Haight St., San Francisco, CA 94117 – (MAP)

12:45PM – Pick Up in SF at the corner of Spear St. and Market St. (MAP)

1:15PM – 4:00PM – Double IPA Festival – The Bistro, Hayward

5:00PM – 6:00PM – Anderson Valley Brewery – Pi Bar, SF

6:00PM – 9:00PM – Triple Voodoo Night – Rosamunde, SF

Admission Cost: $29 – Gets you transportation, music, free beer tastings, and souvenirs


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