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The Great KQED San Francisco Pub Crawl

By William Brand
Wednesday, December 19th, 2007 at 8:01 am in Uncategorized.

KQED MonsterI wrote about the Great KQED San Francisco Pub Crawl this morning in my column. Also did a slide show, which you can find here.

A bit of background. KQED, the public radio-tv station in San Francisco asked me to put together a pub crawl. The crawl was sold on KQED’s online auction. Three Silicon Valley couples were the winning bidders.

We did the crawl on Dec. 8.

Here are the stops we made on the crawl

21st Amendment. 563 2nd St., S.F. 415-369-0900;

Toronado. 547 Haight St., S.F. 415-863-2276;

Alembic. 1725 Haight St., S.F. 415-666-0822;

Beach Chalet. 1000 Great Highway, S.F. 415-386-8439;

City Beer. 1168 Folsom St., S.F. 415-503-1033;
For an audio slide show of our pub crawl, go to http://www.ContraCostaTimes.com.

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  • Bruce

    Local brews would be nice….we can all go to europe. Why bash Zane…..too sucessful? going on zanecrawl in October. i hope it is more exiting than yours which sounded boring

  • http://www.beernewsletter.com/blog William Brand

    Gee Bruce, that was nasty. What;s a local beer to you? Mine’s Pliny the Elder, which we consumed on that pub crawl, along with a couple of dozen others, all but one or two made within 30 miles of the crawl.