Drink Good – DO GOOD is hosting a multicultural spirit and beer tasting called “One World, One Glass: Part Two” on Wednesday, April 27, from 5pm to 9pm, at three separate venues across San Francisco, California. The proceeds benefit the San Francisco Education Fund supporting San Francisco public schools.
The three separate tastings feature alcohol from three regions of the world – the Caribbean, Mexico and South Asia/India. Each region is represented at a different bar, where guests enjoy unlimited tastings as well as ethnic snacks.
“Because our first multicultural tasting in March went so well, we’re doing it again!” says Yvonne Chavez, lead coordinator of Drink Good – DO GOOD.
Gold Cane Cocktail Lounge is hosting Mexico’s “Lucha Libre: Fighting for GOOD” (sponsored by El Mensajero); Murio’s Trophy Room is hosting the Caribbean’s “Pirate Booty: Plundering for GOOD” (sponsored by JahWorks.org); EZ5 is hosting South Asia’s “Bollywood Life: Dancing for GOOD” (sponsored by India West).
The Caribbean tasting at Murio’s Trophy Room (at 1811 Haight Street) will feature Don Q Rum, and DJ Guillermo on the turntables. Other participating brands include Amrut Distilleries, Chakra Indian Beer, Sergeant Classick Hawaiian Rum, Tequila Don Pilar, Artá Tequila, Magave Tequila, Tequila Adan y Eva and Crispin Cider. Attendees will be able to keep their tasting glass as a souvenir.
The event is a fundraiser for the San Francisco Education Fund, whose programming focuses on one goal: improving student success in San Francisco public schools. The Education Fund provides cash-strapped schools with two effective and almost unlimited resources – volunteers and funds. It provides busy teachers with grants so they can work in small groups to help solve pressing challenges at their schools. It also engages students to become part of the solution they want to see at their school.
Tickets for this event can be purchased on a per-bar basis or the “World Tour” ticket package includes admission to all three bars and car service for a group of four friends. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Drink Good – DO GOOD website or Facebook page.