SF Beer Week 2012 Schedule of Events with Payment Options

Sunday – February 12th
The people of Anderson Valley Brewing and Dan Frengs of Slow Hand Barbeque are coming together to bring you a beer barbeque at La Trappe Cafe.  Anderson Valley will be taking over all of our taps with classic and new releases.  Many of the Anderson Valley family and brewers will be with us to discuss their brews.
Admission is Free.

Tuesday – February 14th – Valentine’s Day – SOLD OUT!
Come join La Trappe Cafe and The Sea Forager of San Francisco and creator of the Monkeyface News blog, Kirk Lombard, for very different Valentine’s Day Event.  Forty guests will  enjoy various seafood dishes with beer pairings while Kirk entertains our guests with his passion and knowledge of self sustainable seafood in a convivial setting.
For info about Kirk Lombard go to: http://www.seaforager.com
40 Special Guests starting at 5pm
$40.00 per person
Price Includes Beer Pairings
For tickets go to:   http://latrappeloveislikefish.eventbrite.com/

Thursday – February 16th
 Meet the brewers from New Belgium in a sour symposium. There will be a slide show and talk with the brewers and later all attendees will mix various sours, to their liking, brought by New Belgium, in their own personal growler to take home.

There will be two seatings of 30 people at 4:00pm and 8:00pm.
$40.00 per person
For tickets go to:
4:00pm – http://latrappenbsoursymposiumfourpm.eventbrite.com/

8:00pm – http://latrappenbsoursymposiumeightpm.eventbrite.com/ SOLD OUT!

Saturday – February 18th
Join La Trappe for an all Italian six course beer pairing menu with rare Italian artisanal brews from such birrifici as Del Borgo, Baladin, Del Ducato, Almond 22, Birrificio Troll and others will be paired with chef Chris Keeley’s creations to bring San Francisco a night to remember.
50 special guests starting at 5pm
$65.00 per person
Price includes Beer Pairings
Go to the following link for tickets:

http://latrappeallitaliannight.eventbrite.com/

We are also working on more events for the week with TCHO chocolates and Vive La Tarte Belgian bakers and we also contemplating a final Sunday Brunch with beer pairings to end SF Beer Week 2012.

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