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Friday, July 16, 2010

Boobs and Beer Converge for BreastFest

Posted By on Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 1:42 PM

click to enlarge For once, coming together for a cause greater than the individual parts. - MUSIC2WORK2/FLICKR
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  • For once, coming together for a cause greater than the individual parts.
In the immortal words of The Bloodhound Gang, "Hooray for boobies." Tomorrow brings us the 10th Annual BreastFest Beerfest, this year jiggling over the Golden Gate Bridge and into the city. Benefiting the Charlotte Maxwell Complementary Clinic, a beer festival that raises funds in the fight against breast cancer is a win-win. Attendees will get unlimited samples from any of the 46 breweries pouring on Saturday, and everyone who has and/or loves boobs will be adding to the $200,000 already raised by Brendan Moylan from Moylan's in the event's 10-year history.

In addition to the usual suspects such as Lagunitas and Russian River, fest-goers will get to try offerings from far-flung microbreweries including Mount St. Helena (Middletown, Calif.) and Auburn Ale House (Auburn, Calif.), who perked up at the chance to help protect bosoms.

10th Annual BreastFest

When: Sat., July 17, 1-5 p.m.

Where: Herbst Pavillion, Fort Mason Center (near Laguna and Marina)

Cost: $45 in advance, $50 at the door; $10 extra for the hour-long VIP session that starts at noon

Tickets: Via the event website

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