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Celebrator Hosts 20th Anniversary Brewer's Mardi Gras! 

Sun., Feb. 17 2008
Sunday February 17, 2008 4p.m.-8p.m.
Oakland Convention Center/Marriot Hotel

Mingle with beer industry veterans while commemorating the Celebrator Beer News' 20th anniversary on February 17, 2008. A Mardi Gras-themed party will be held from 4 to 8 pm at the Oakland Convention Center/Marriott Hotel in Oakland. Featuring over 40 breweries, Dixieland Jazz and Zydaco music, and food catered by the Marriott.

Tickets are on sale at $55 each. A Media/VIP session starts one hour early and will feature special beers in limited production. VIP tickets are $80. There is also a $100 prize for best Mardi Gras costumes!
Take BART to the 12th Street station right in front of the Marriott Hotel. For info call 510-538-2739. For Visa/MC ticket sales call 800-430-BEER or visit www.celebrator.com and buy tickets on-line through Pay Pal.


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