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Monday, November 28, 2011

At The Bay Brewed, Rock Out With Your Craft Beer Out

Posted By on Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 8:00 AM

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We know you like to rock. Perhaps you're reading this from your cubicle, and your colleagues have no idea there's an Iron Maiden t-shirt lurking underneath your sweater vest. You love live music, but every time you reach the front of the line at a concert concession stand, you're faced with overpriced, watered-down swill. Thankfully, the BudMillerCoors stranglehold on concert brew is over. Welcome The Bay Brewed, a unique opportunity to rock out with your craft beer out.

The Bay Brewed: A Rock and Roll Beer Festival is brought to you by City Beer Store, the SF Brewer's Guild, and The Bay Bridged, a local non-profit dedicated to exposing local independent artists. Rather than forking over $8 for a silver bullet, you can chat with reps from 9 local breweries as you enjoy unlimited beer tasting from a commemorative glass. With Rosamunde on hand to sell sausages, you'll have all your vital needs under one roof. Brush up on your simultaneous air guitar/beer sipping routine, and you're ready to go.

The Bay Brewed: A Rock and Beer Festival

Where: The Verdi Club, 2424 Mariposa St. (at Potrero), 415-861-9199

When: Saturday, December 3rd 2pm-7pm

Cost: $45 advance, $55 door, 21+, tickets here

What: Live music from Sleepy Sun, Weekend, Extra Classic, and Terry Malts. Unlimited beer tasting from 21st Amendment, Beach Chalet, Anchor Brewing, Drake's, Social Kitchen, Marin Brewing, Lagunitas, Magnolia, and Speakeasy. You can find more info and music clips here.

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