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Have you been to the Fernet Barback Games? It’s a wonderful, beautiful, shitshow that happens once a year. Basically a bunch of local bars put forth their employees to compete in weird feats of bar stuff. Hilarity happens, as does lots of booze drinking. And the best part is that it’s 100% FREE as long as you RSVP. Here are all the official details:

THE 7TH ANNUAL FERNET-BRANCA BARBACK GAMES

*** Guts. Glory. Music. Fun. Fernet-Branca ***
The Fernet-Branca Barback Games returns for its 7th & largest year yet in the Bay Area.  Cheer on your favorite local bar establishment as they put their gladiators battling through a series of rigorous challenges to crowds of cheering industry friends.

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On Sunday November 23rd, the best Barbacks from around San Francisco will compete at the legendary Regency Ballroom to determine the Bay Area’s best barback.

In the end there can be only one.

THIS IS A FIRST COME FIRST EVENT.

WE SUGGEST ARRIVING SUPER EARLY TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION!

21+ only

Featuring a Variety of Musical Performances & Special Guests

Plus San Francisco’s Favorite Industry Judges

Sunday November 23rd, 2014
The Regency Ballroom
1290 Sutter St
San Francisco, CA

7pm barback registration
8pm doors

WITH LIVE PERFORMANCES by MOM DJ’s, Equipto & Mike Marshall + Special Guests!

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