Somehow, some way, the calendar already flipped to December, which can mean only one thing. No, this has nothing to do with Santa Claus – it’s something even better. The Bay Brewed – San Francisco’s only indie rock beer fest – is this Saturday, December 7 at Public Works, with live performances from Mikal Cronin, Shannon and the Clams, Kelley Stoltz, Golden Void, French Cassettes, Magic Fight, and the North Beach Brass Band, accompanied by unlimited beer tastings from a group of 13 SF-based brewers put together by the San Francisco Brewers Guild and food from Doc’s of the Bay and BOB CHA.
Now, we are happy to announce the addition of one more element into the fray: DJ Jamie Jams will be spinning a mix of garage-inspired early 2000s jams throughout the day at Public Works. Jams has a few different regular gigs around the City, including Debaser (’90s alternative dance party at The Knockout), Shine On (shoegaze/post-punk DJs and live bands also at The Knockout), and Last Nite (early 2000s indie dance party at Elbo Room), so be sure to check out his set at The Bay Brewed to get a taste of what this SF disc jockey is all about.
Get your tickets for The Bay Brewed at the Eventbrite ticketing page, and we’ll see you this Saturday for an afternoon of great music, beer, and food at Public Works. And to whet your palette, be sure to check out our Q&As with Brewed performers Kelley Stoltz, Golden Void, French Cassettes, and Magic Fight, and learn more about the participating brewers (Part 1 and Part 2).