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Corrected info: SIG-BEER-WEST this Saturday 5/15 in San Francisco

From: David Alban <extasia(at)extasia(dot)org>
To: sfpug(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Corrected info: SIG-BEER-WEST this Saturday 5/15 in San Francisco
Date: 2004-05-11 13:14:20
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[Note:  The information sent yesterday was not correct.  This month's
        venue is 21st Amendment.  We'll probably go back to Zeitgeist
        next month.]

Saturday, May 15, 2004 at 6:00pm
San Francisco, CA

Beer.   Mental stimulation.

This event:
  Saturday,  05/15/2004,  6:00pm, at the 21st Amendment Brew Pub[1],
       San Francisco
  directions[2]  *  beer[3]  *  food[4]


Coming events (third Saturdays): 
  Saturday, 06/19/2004, 6:00pm, location to be determined 
  Saturday, 07/17/2004, 6:00pm, location to be determined 
  Saturday, 08/21/2004, 6:00pm, location to be determined 
  Saturday, 09/18/2004, 6:00pm, location to be determined 

San Francisco's next social event for techies and their friends,
sig-beer-west, will take place at 6:00pm on Saturday, May 15, 2004 at
21st Amendment Brew Pub[5] in San Francisco, CA.


21st Amendment's selection of beer[6] includes their own delightful
brews, and a fair selection of guest brews.  They have a full food
menu[7] and I can personally recommend the sweet potato straws and the
grilled Monterey Bay squid.  Festivities will start at 6:00pm and
continue until we've all left.


Directions to 21st Amendment can be found on their directions page.[8]
They're about a fifteen minute walk down 2nd St. from the Montgomery
BART station.


When you show up, you should look for some kind of home made
sig-beer-west sign.  We will try to make it obvious who we are. :-)
Note:  Please look for the sig-beer-west sign, not for a particular
person. sig-beer-west may have different hosts from month to month.

Everyone is welcome at this event. We mean it! Please feel free to
forward this information and to invite friends, co-workers, and others
(all of legal drinking age) who might enjoy lifting a glass with
interesting folks from all over the place.

Can't come this month? Mark your calendar for next month.  (Do it now
before you forget!)  sig-beer-west occurs on the third Saturday of the

Any questions, comments, suggestions of things to do later on that
evening, or new venue suggestions ... email the current sig-beer-west
Instigator.  The Instigator's Username is extasia. The Instigator's
email address is *the Username* at *the Username* dot *org*.

sig-beer-west FAQ

  1.  Q: Your announcement says "techies and their friends".  How do I
         know if I'm a techie, or a friend of one?
      A: Well, actually, you don't have to be a techie to attend.  You
         just have to be able to find the sig-beer-west sign at this month's
         event.  That's it.  Simple, huh?

   2. Q: I'm not really a beer person.  In fact I'm interested in
         hanging out, but not in drinking. Would I be welcome?
      A: Absolutely! The point is to hang out with fun, interesting folks.
         Please do join us.

   3. Q: Is parking difficult in the city, like maybe I should factor
         this into my travel time?
      A: Yes.

   Note for May 2004:  21st Amendment is a fifteen minute walk from
     Montgomery BART. You may want to consider BARTing[9] and not worrying
     at all about parking.



   sig-beer-west was started in February 2002 when a couple Washington,
   D.C. based systems administrators who moved to the San Francisco Bay
   area wanted to continue a dc-sage[10] tradition, sig-beer, which is
   described in dc-sage web space as:

       SIG-beer, as in "Special Interest Group - Beer" ala ACM, or as in
       "send the BEER signal to that process".

   The original SIG-beer gathering takes place in Washington DC,
   usually on the first Saturday night of the month.


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