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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Feb 06, 2015
06:00PM - 10:00PM
SF Beer Week's Opening Gala
Largest, most-anticipated, and prestigious annual gathering on the Northern California craft beer community.
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Fort Mason Center
Event Description

 

The San Francisco Brewers Guild is thrilled to announce that tickets to SF Beer Week's Opening Gala (Fort Mason Center, Herbst Pavilion; Fri, Feb. 6, 2015) are now on sale via Eventbrite. The Opening Gala is the largest, most-anticipated, and prestigious annual gathering of the Northern California craft beer community. 80+ Northern California breweries will be onsite spotlighting the region's most creative and compelling brews (a preview of the premier breweries already on board for the Gala are listed in the press release below). The Brewers Guild also announces today its initial line-up of more than 80 events taking place during SF Beer Week (Feb. 6 - 15, 2015), the largest amount of events ever confirmed by the time Gala tickets go on sale. A total of 600 events will be announced in the coming weeks, all of which are hosted during Beer Week by renowned breweries, acclaimed restaurants, bars, and retailers spanning the greater San Francisco Bay Area from Santa Cruz to Santa Rosa. For up-to-date event information, please visit sfbeerweek.org.
Fee: $75.00

Contact Information
Name: Jesse Cutler     Email: jesse@jpcutlermedia.com
Phone: 510-338-0881

 

 

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