St. George Spirits: 30 Years To Life

Cops and Robbers

Sunday, September 23, 2012
1-5pm
Location: St. George Spirits, 2601 Monarch St., Alameda
Tickets: $45 in advance and $55 at the door

St. George Spirits has been distilling craft spirits in the Bay Area since 1982. Thirty years in, with no parole in sight, they're hosting a party that puts bartenders where they belong: behind bars!

At SF Cocktail Week's grand finale in "the yard" of St. George Spirits, the Bay Area's most dastardly outlaw bartenders will be serving up criminally delicious cocktails using St. George's stolen-from-Kentucky Breaking & Entering Bourbon and in-the-clear gins. There will also be outdoor games, a prison tattoo station, and squirt-gun target practice. Food truck vendors will be on-site with rations.

So whether you're a cop or a robber, a sinner or a saint, come join us in celebrating three decades of craft distilling!

Live music from 1:30-4:30pm by Hot Pocket

Confirmed Food Vendors: Tacolicious, Breads of India and Five Ten Burger

Complimentary Photos Provided by: Smile City Photo Booth and A James Adams Photography

$5 Shuttle Services: per person, CASH ONLY, and exact change taken on the bus

Bus schedule

Buses to event:
12:15pm SF Ferry building Cali Party Bus pick up near Sinbads- Drop off at St. George Spirits- 2601 Monarch Street Alameda Ca.
12:30pm Ferry Building pick up near Sinbads. Drop off at the hangar.
1:30pm West Oakland Bart station pick up. Drop off at the hangar.
1:45pm West Oakland Bart station pick up. Drop off at the hangar.
2:30pm West Oakland Bart station pick up. Drop off at the hangar

Buses back to Bart and ultimately SF:
3:30pm Bus at the main entry gate to the hangar takes folks back to the West Oakland Bart.
4:30pm Hangar to West Oakland Bart.
5:00pm Hangar to SF. A bus load of passengers are taken back into SF, all the way to the ferry building.
5:15pm Final load of passengers to be taken back to West Oakland Bart and then that bus will continue to the SF Ferry Terminal.

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