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Celebrate SF Beer Week with FREE Food and Cheap Pints

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So, as you may have noticed from the Swagger Stagger video I was in: it’s SF Beer Week!  And today there is a dope event going on that even you, my dear broke-asses, can afford to attend.

Wes Anderson and Kenny Scherr from the Whole Foods in Potrero Hill, have teamed up with Speakeasy Brewery, to make a super small batch of a yet unnamed dry hop American ale.  Tonight is the very first time they are tapping it!

If you go to the Whole Foods in Potrero from 4-7pm today, you’ll be able to get this fine new beer in your belly.  Beers will only $3 and they’ll come with a commemorative pint glass, plus there will be lots of FREE food ranging from tomato pie to smokey crab artichoke dip and gourmet cheese and ice cream.  Yummm…..

Hooray for Beer Week!

* UPDATE: I apparently misinterpreted the info I received.  While there will be FREE food samples, much of the food will be for sold at a cheap price.  Please read WEs’s comment below for the exactitudes.

Speakeasy – Whole Foods Collaborative Beer Launch
Whole Foods Market
450 Rhode Island @ 17th St.
[Potrero Hill]
Monday 2/8
Cheap Beer and FREE Food!

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