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SIG-BEER-WEST this Saturday 6/19 in San Francisco

From: David Alban <extasia(at)extasia(dot)org>
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Subject: SIG-BEER-WEST this Saturday 6/19 in San Francisco
Date: 2004-06-15 14:57:18
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Saturday, June 19, 2004 at 6:00pm
San Francisco, CA

Beer.   Mental stimulation.

This event:
  Saturday,  06/19/2004,  6:00pm,  at the [1]Zeitgeist Bar and Guest
      Haus, San Francisco

Coming events (third Saturdays): 
  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 
  Saturday, 10/16/2004, 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, June 19,
2004 at [2]Zeitgeist Bar and Guest Haus located at [3]199 Valencia at
Duboce in San Francisco, CA.


According to their website, Zeitgeist has:

      [4]plenty of drafts, mostly micro-brewed beers, a good
      selection of call liquors, a beer garden, and hotel


Concerning food, they say:

      the  grill  opens  around  6.00  p.m.  each  day and closes
      when everyone's fed (or Aundre's fed up)

Festivities  will  start  at  6:00pm  and continue until we've all
left.  Zeitgeist  is on the [5]corner of Valencia and Duboce and
[6]looks like  this.  It's  [7]three  blocks  from the 16th St BART
station (16th St and Mission).


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 each month.

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 June 2004:   Zeitgeist is [9]three blocks from 16th St
    BART.  You  may  want  to consider [10]BARTing 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 [11]dc-sage 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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