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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Brews on the Bay Celebrates 10 Years

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Face it, you've always wanted to be out at sea, surrounded by gorgeous people and booze, exclaiming, "I'm on a boat!" Thanks to the San Francisco Brewer's Guild, you can realize your seafaring fantasy, surrounded by luxuriously-bearded beer geeks and craft beer from 17 local breweries. The 10th Annual Brews on the Bay: your one-stop shop for local beer and bad nautical puns.

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Your ticket includes unlimited 8-ounce pours of more than 50 brews including classic staples, style-bending experiments, session beers, sours, and barrel-aged beers. In addition to your favorite seasoned brewing outfits, you can expect beers from new breweries such as Cellarmaker Brewing Co. and Headlands Brewing Co. And, you'll be aboard a historic WWII ship where you can pretend you're swabbing the decks and say things like, "hey, there's Alcatraz and that old red bridge."

Tickets are on sale now, and are bound to sell out. See below for the pertinent details. BYO peg-leg, eyepatch, and treasure map:

Brews on the Bay

Where: S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien, Pier 45

When: October 19th, 12-5 p.m.

Cost: $55, tickets via Eventbrite

What: Unlimited beer complemented by live music from The Brothers Comatose and The Up & Down. Food available for purchase from Doc's of the Bay, Ebbett's Good to Go, Onigilly, and Burr-Eatery.

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