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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

SFoodie Writers Get Inked in Drink, the Weekly's Annual Bar Guide

Posted By on Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 4:48 PM

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Maybe you shook your print copy of SF Weekly today and something fell out? No, it wasn't a handbill for some, um, CEO massage from a backroom advertiser, or a half-off coupon for Tila Tequila Uncorked! No doubt it was Drink, the Weekly's annual bar and nightlife guide, which you can read online too, of course.

That's appropriate, since three of its four articles are by SFoodie writers: Beerista Jason Henry rounds up local nanobrewers and gypsy beer makers; Lou Bustamante writes about sharing a bowl ― a punch bowl that is, along with other suddenly trendy forms of open-source drinking; and Alastair Bland charts the new river of sake running through everything from a Saturday evening Off the Grid McCoppin satellite to Chotto in the Marina. Nice work, gentlemen.

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