4th Annual Chocolate and Beer Festival
on February 18, 2013
Hundreds of Bay Area residents flocked to the Craneway Pavilion on Saturday for a delicious end to SF Beer Week. Attendees sampled beer of all hues from nine different breweries and chocolates and other sweets from twenty confectioners. The event also featured live music, raffles, beer pong, a bouncy castle, and unseasonably warm afternoon sunshine. Proceeds benefited Richmond’s Police Activities League, which offers athletic, artistic and academic activities for local youth.
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As an older citizen, I attended and enjoyed the young crowd, music and bay ambiance but found the slim beer offerings limited to three companies. So the festival title was misleading. However, the setting is spectacular.
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