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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Come Drink With SF Weekly on Saturday

Posted By on Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 2:45 PM

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When you picked up your print newspaper this week, you may have noticed a slim, attractive insert slip out of it. That was our annual DRINK issue, 34 pages dedicated to adult beverages and the places we love to consume them.

In it you'll find an essay on the integration of bar bites and cocktails by Lou Bustamante, a meditation on beer's coming hopaissance by Jason Henry, a study of the new wine trend of "kitchen sink blends" by Mary Ladd, a 24/7 party schedule by Derek Opperman, and an ode to nightlife by Benjamin Wachs.

To celebrate the issue and its subject matter, SF Weekly is throwing a party on Saturday at the Old Mint. $35 gets you all-you-can-drink booze and all-you-can-eat food from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Plus there will be a cocktail competition judged by me and music editor Ian S. Port (who is very well-versed in both drinking cocktails and judging things), a DJ, and more fun. Tickets are available here; the full list of vendors is after the jump.

Beer

21st Amendment Brewery

Calicraft Brewing Co.

Das Brew

Drake's Brewery

Lagunitas Brewing Company

Ninkasi Brewing Company

Pine Street Brewery

San Francisco Brewing Co.

Speakeasy

ThirstyBear Brewing Co.

Trumer Pils

Wine

Bluxome Winery

Broadbent Selections

First Crush

Quintessential

The Wine Club

Steven Kent Winery

Booze

2 Gingers Irish Whiskey

Belgian Genever

Caňa San Francisco

Hornitos

Falcon Spirits

Papa's Pilar

Seven Stills

Tres

St. George Absinthe


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Anna Roth

Anna Roth

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Anna Roth is SF Weekly's former Food & Drink Editor and author of West Coast Road Eats: The Best Road Food From San Diego to the Canadian Border.

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