Pour Beer at Oktoberfest, Get Free Stuff, & Help a Non-Profit

The Bay's best newsletter for underground events & news is a really rad nonprofit that offers free, fun, social outings while trying out different ways to give back to the community. It’s a great way to earn some badly needed karma points without longterm commitments.

One of the big things they’ve got coming up is the opportunity to volunteer at Oktoberfest. By doing so you get:

Perks for Volunteering:
– Free entry into the event
– Free T-Shirt
– $12 for food or beer
– If you pour during a closing shift, you will get a free beer stein, a pizza party, and the entry into a wine raffle!

Celebrating in the true tradition of Munich’s famed festival, Oktoberfest by the Bay will include nonstop music, singing, dancing and the very best in German food and drink. Headlining the stage will be the world renowned, 21-piece Chico Bavarian Band!

One Brick volunteers will be staffing the beer taps at various locations inside the pier. Be sure to bring your photo ID. 
Sign up on the links below:

Friday September 22nd 8 PM – Midnight
Saturday September 23rd 8:30 PM – Midnight
Saturday September 23rd 1:30 – 5 PM
Sunday October 24th 2 PM – 6 PM

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