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From: Mark N. Davis <mndavis@pbhya.PacBell.COM>
Subject: San Francisco KQED Beerfest
Date: 1992-07-10 00:16:23 GMT

Howdy gang,

This Saturday (7/11) is the annual KQED Beerfest in San Francisco. For
those within range that are unaware of it, I highly reccommend this event.
There are representatives from breweries all over the world, and of course
samples of all their brews, as well as many different types of grub.
$30 gets you in, buys you a glass and a map, and the rest is up to you. You
get 3 hours to taste/chug this wide variety of beer and food, and its an
excellent oppurtunity to try all those styles and brands that you never
have got around to. The hardest part is trying to remember which brews you
liked the best after the 103rd sample, but I like a challenge! Finding the
exit afterwards can be quite thrilling as well.
For those that can make it, its well worth the time and money. Unfortunately
I don't remember the address, but its somewhere around 4th and Townsend. I'm
sure you can find out more in the newspaper, or even by calling KQED.

Hope to see you all there,
Mark


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