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Monday, January 18, 2016

Monday Four: Old Bus Tavern and Harmonic Brewery Collaborate, Cher Donates Water to Flint

Posted By on Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 11:00 AM

click to enlarge Starship Rye Lager - HARMONIC BREWING
  • Harmonic Brewing
  • Starship Rye Lager

Plus DragonEats opens its third location, and oh look, somebody appropriated Martin Luther King's image to sell something.

Old Bus Tavern and Harmonic Brewery Collaborate for Beer Week
Next Tuesday, Jan. 26, Bernal Heights' Old Bus Tavern and Harmonic Brewing will release their special collaborative effort, Starship Rye Lager, at a dinner featuring OBT's pickled quail eggs and spaetzle. Once satiated, guests will board the repurposed 1979 Gillibus from Old Bus Tavern to Harmonic's brewery in the Dogpatch for some more beer and a live set by the seven-piece act The Smokedaddies. It's $130 for the whole shebang (with 5:30 and 8:#0 p.m. seatings), or $30 if you just want beer and music.

DragonEats Opens Third Location in the Haight
DragonEats, the banh mi chain with the sardine and five-spice chicken sandwiches has locations in SoMa and in the Castro, and now it's at 1671 Haight, too, according to Hoodline's Rose Garrett.

Hey, Look, a Tasteless M.L.K. Social Media Fail

Cher Donates Bottled Water to Flint, Michigan
You may have heard by now that Flint, Mich., has a serious water contamination issue. The Rust Belt city of 100,000 people hasn't been able to use its water for bathing, cooking, or drinking since Saturday, and so according to Entertainment Weekly, Cher has donated 180,000 bottles of water, mostly to low-income areas. You should really check out her inimitable tweeting style, too.

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Peter Lawrence Kane is SF Weekly's Arts Editor. He has lived in San Francisco since 2008 and is two-thirds the way toward his goal of visiting all 59 national parks.


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