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Pleasanton 'Brew Crawl' celebrates St. Patrick's Day tonight

Saturday event to offer variety of beer, glasses, tasting map

The third annual St. Patrick's Day Brew Crawl will be held in downtown Pleasanton tonight in celebration of the St. Patrick's Day weekend.

The event, sponsored by the Pleasanton Downtown Association and Goodguys Rod & Custom Association, will stretch along Main Street from 5-8 p.m. with participating shops offering a variety of beer samplings and tasty bites at 26 locations.

Those joining in the event are encouraged to wear green and their best St. Patrick's Day costumes.

Beers being offered include those from 21st Amendment Brewery, Alaskan Brewing Company, Altamont Beer Works, Deschutes Brewery, Eight Bridges Brewing, Firestone Walker Brewing Company, Gordon Biersch, Handles Crafted Brews, Iron Oak Brewing Co., Karl Strauss Brewing Company, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Lost Coast Brewery, Main Street Brewery, Mendocino Brewing Co., Miller/Coors, Sauced Brewing Co., Schubros Brewery, St. Florian's Brewery and Working Man Brewing Co.

Only 1,000 tickets will be available for the event with tickets available for $35 at Redcoats Pub, 336 St. Mary St., and Studio Seven Arts, 400 Main St., and also online at PleasantonDowntown.net/

Tickets must be redeemed Saturday from 4:30-7 p.m. at the Firehouse Arts Center. Ticket price includes beer tastings, a commemorative beer glass and tasting map. Only 1,000 tickets will be sold. No tickets will be available the night of the event.

However, on the night of the event he PDA will be selling a limited number of designated driver tickets for $10.

After enjoying the Brew Crawl, participants with a wristband can enjoy 20% off a grande barista beverage from 7-9 p.m. at Tully's on Main Street.

The event will be held rain or shine, and there are no refunds.

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