One World, One Glass
Saturday, March 26, 2011 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
On March 26th, join Drink Good – Do GOOD at One World, One Glass for unique spirit and beer tastings from three regions of the world.
Each region is represented at a different bar. No matter which one you attend, you enjoy unlimited tastings as well as savory ethnic snacks. You can even keep your souvenir glass.
And better yet, a significant portion of the proceeds is donated to MetWest School in Oakland. MetWest is one of forty public high schools around the country pioneering a model of internship-based education. It’s approach to learning is grounded in a commitment to educate one student at a time, in a tight-knit community of peers, family, teachers, and community mentors. In a city where the average drop-out rate is 31%, MetWest’s graduation rate is 100%.
It all goes down on Saturday, March 26th from 6pm-9pm.
South Asia's “Bollywood” Whiskey and Beer
Hosted at EZ5 (684 Commercial @ Kearny)
Featuring Desi Jams DJ
Mexico's “Without Borders” Tequila and Beer
Hosted at Madrone Art Bar (500 Divisadero @ Fell)
Featuring DJ Roger Más (El Superritmo)
The Caribbean's “Voodoo Magic” Rum and Beer
Tope Lounge (1326 Grant @ Green)
Featuring Guillermo (Sweater Funk / Colombia y Panamá)
Tickets can be purchased on a per-bar basis for $45.
If you’re ambitious enough, you can purchase the “World Tour” package, which includes admission to all three bars and car service for a group of four friends for $240.
Check in at all three bars via Foursquare, post a picture of your group with the bartenders, and win a Drink Good – DO GOOD t-shirt plus a bottle of booze!
See you Saturday, March 26th!
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DO GOOD Coalition
Drink Good – Do Good is one branch of the DO GOOD Coalition. It honors two long-standing institutions that contribute to the spirit and integrity of San Francisco – premium alcohol and social responsibility. We host themed events where guests can taste unique alcohol brands, socialize with friends and directly support local nonprofits with the funds raised.
Now your drinking habit can be used for good rather than embarrassing pictures.