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Sf Beer Week Brews On The Brain – Beer Trivia
Tuesday, Feb 13, 2018, 07:00 pm
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Cost: Free to Play

Are you a beer buff, a craft connoisseur, or a sudsy specialist? Gather up your brew buds and geek out at Beer Trivia! With 6 rounds covering everything from brewing history, beer styles, craft culture, and more. Hit the books and the bars to start studying now! BREWS ON THE BRAIN DETAILS Specially themed for SFBW and guaranteed to challenge all kinds of beer lovers. Come early to get a seat and get a round from the bar! - Trivia starts promptly at 7pm - New teams and new players welcome - Free to play - Powered by Brainstormer Trivia - Brainstormer.com

Ages: 21 & Up

Show Time: 07:00 pm

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